Econo Lodge North
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28th November 2013
Start: Motel 6, 9070 Castillo Dr, San Simeon, California
Finish: Econo Lodge, La Palma Ave, North Anaheim, California
Thanksgiving Day!! This morning we started off with a fry up brekkie at a nearby hotel before heading South on the Hwy 1. The scenery was nowhere near as nice as the …
... grass as a clip from the Lion King was played and when Jack Sparrow made an entrance, also appearing to be striding through the mist on the water, balls of fire and jets of flame shot up from the surface of the water as canons fired. We were about 20 metres back from the edge of the bay, but we could still feel the heat and were still dampened by the spray from the fountains. (You can tell by the detail in this paragraph that this was a favourite of ours!).
... of an archeological dig, past doors where strange evils tried to burst through, under tunnels and over rackety 'rope' bridges. The scariest part of the ride was when we were roaring down a slope, and a huge boulder 3x the size of the jeep starting rolling from an overhead ramp. We were sure it was going to hit us, even though subconsciously we knew it wouldn't happen. I'm not actually sure what happened because I'm ashamed to admit I shut my eyes- only one of ...
... I cannot share about the ride, but it is amazing behind the scenes. Off for a private tour of Carthay Theater Restaurant. The restaurant is a replica of the theater in Los Angeles where Snow White premiered. The decor was focused on the 1930's. No food, just a tour where we also got to go into the exclusive club 1901. Uncle Bob really enjoyed this stop as there were many old pictures of Walt and press clippings about him.
... characters but we enjoyed going in all the shops, seeing some of the old film memorabilia. We continued wandering until we reached the Chinese Theatre, which is directly in front of the hand and foot imprints from the stars! So we spent a good while looking at all of these and fighting through the crowds to take pictures, before heading back the other way. The streets were lined with artists and performers, as well as loads of tourists, ...