Eden Roc Inn & Suites
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... hops than I ever knew before and I know exactly what to order when I get home. It's a shame that most breweries don't ship out of state, let alone out of the country.
One of our favourite TV series, Sons of Anarchy is filming it's last few episodes not far from where our friends live, so we went to visit some of the sets that they use before they are shut down for good. Unfortunately we didn't see any filming in action, but we did get to peek through the bars of the car ...
... You get thrown around and snorted on. It is quite realistic. We experienced an earthquake and of course the shark.
We rode the many rides which were mainly motion simulators. They were very well done, just got a bit much after a while. Weren't feeling the best. The Jurassic ride was a bit different and we got an absolute soaking. Silly me asked if we could sit in the front. Big mistake, although it did cool us off.
We saw the water world show where stunts ...
... to get a feel for the place and to see whats around,so we kind of agreed and hopped on the train, except when we were on the train looking at everything we decided we just wanted to get off and start playing! Just get on with it!! So we did.
The next train stop was Mickeys Toon Town. Where else would you want to start at Disneyland anyway? Mickey very kindly put on a show for us about 5 minutes after we arrived at Toon Town so ...
... both were just gorgeous, we rode a couple of roller-coasters and a few other rides, was a lot of fun but did upset my tummy just a little !!
We are now back in LA filling in the afternoon and fly tonight back to Melbourne.
It has been a fantastic holiday, but we are both ready to come home, missing everyone and cant wait to see our little Charlie Bear for lots of cuddles
... Pier where the big rollercoaster, Ferris wheel (the most scary ride for me! Explanation later) and swinging chairs etc were, was just like stepping into a 1950's fun fair. The wooden decking complimented the brightly colored stalls, posters and benches. Disney's typical attention to detail included themed rubbish bins (trash cans!), interesting things to look at while in queue and uniquely uniformed staff for each land within the park. Mickey's Fun Wheel is a ...