Travelodge Laguna Beach
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Finally got to sleep a bit longer this morning. After a nice long breakfast we set off to Studio City for a bit of shopping before heading down 101 to Laguna Beach. I had booked two different hotels in Laguna, the Inn at Laguna Beach in town and the more exclusive Surf and Sand a bit down the beach but since Rob was not with us I decided to stay at the Inn in town. The Inn at Laguna Beach was a great place with a nice little ...
... went and watched the Aladdin Show in the Hyperion Theater. It was fantastic. The singing and dancing was amazing but the Genie was the stand-out. He was so funny.
After the show it was was 6pm so we got a FastPass for The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and whilst we waited we went on the Monsters Inc - Mike and Sully to the Rescue and then back on the Silly Symphony Swings.
We were heading back to the Tower ...
... Kelp forests which sawed on gentle rhythmic motion with the currents that were about, a truly memorable tour. One back on the jetty we had fish and chips at an idyllic fish and chip shop, we soaked up the sun and atmosphere as we watched the locals go about their trade. After lunch following persistent lobbying from Will we went swimming, getting changed in the toilets was no mean feat and my tolerance was pushed to the limits, this was not overly fair on Will ...
... crossing the parks going from Fast-pass to short queued ride to get as much in as possible today. Rides (and notes) included:
California Screaming – roller coaster, crazy great
The Matterhorn – near original ride, a bit of a rough ride but it is meant to be a bobsled
Space Mountain – indoor roller coaster with lightshow that causes great effects.
Splash Mountain – log flume ...
... do to earn a living. Once we reached the outskirts of Los Angeles the bus driver took us on a tour of Beverly Hills, stopping at Beverly Hills Boulevard, to have a look at the Walk of Fame. From here we went on to Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica Beach, and then stopped at Venus Beach for an hour. Here the boys had the opportunity to play a game of 3-on-3 against some of the locals. It was the back on the buses, heading to our accommodation for the night in ...