Anaheim Express Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... thrill" to "aggressive thrill". We only rode ones with rating 4 or 5 - "high" or "aggressive thrill". The first roller coaster we went on was the "Silver Bullet". It has an "aggressive thrill" rating - way to be eased into the park! Let's just say it was definitely aggressively thrill worthy, feet-dangling, plenty of loops and solid G-force. I swear I passed out for a few seconds at one point, bit of a shock to the system. Though surviving ...
... and also Christina Aguilera's. They seemed easily reachable, so no doubt they have plenty of security to keep fans and paparazzi out. Next was Beverly Hills, a very pretty place, where we saw even more "Pretty Woman" locations. The most expensive house in Beverly Hills is worth $70 million. There are no gas stations here, or even hospitals, it is only fabulous houses, beauty parlours and high-end shopping. That lead us to Rodeo Drive. Apparently the ...
... entered the track at 2:30pm and first off the track was so easy then after that we got to a creek crossing the guy in the Ford F150 went first and just planted it didn’t even back off, water was everywhere in his ute but he didn’t seem to mind so one after another we entered the creek and we all made it across bar one which didn’t have a snorkel and was flooded. So I hitched the snap strap and pulled him out, I think he is going to make a ...
... Kosher, a kosher supermarket in LA, and filled up a cooler with food for shabbat and bags of nosh.Then we went to Universal.
We started with the studio tour which was interesting and we saw the sets where lots of the tv shows and movies we watch are filmed. They took us into a part of the new King Kong movie where we wore 3D glasses and felt like we were part of the movie where dinosaurs were after us. It was very cool.
We went on a bunch ...
... path follows the sand along kilometres of beach down to Santa Monica. Skaters, bike riders and surfers are everywhere just loving life by the sea.
We rented longboards for $6 an hour each. It was easy to ride and we couldn't stop smiling as we cruised past handball tournaments and guys and girls ripping up the skate park. There were pop up market stalls along the strip selling artworks and bracelets and henna tattoos.
An hour on the longboards flew by and we went to ...