- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... about the 15 iphone 6s in his hand luggage. Happy with the virgin experience and would recommend but the inflight entertainment was a bit limited. Darcy had trouble with the airlines name and referred to it as vergin (with a hard g for goat sound). Flight departed smoothly at 1:40pm and landed at about 10:40am. I would tell you what time this is in Australia but I can't. You do the Math, we're too tired. It went for about 13.5 ...
... much time planning what we'd do. DCA is a big Park, although smaller than Disneyland, and we were quite overwhelmed. We were really keen to see Cars Land though, so we hopped a ride on a red trolley bus, grabbed a fast pass for Radiator Springs Racers (my top ticket item) and headed to Cars Land. If you've ever seen Disney's 'Cars' then picture yourself standing at the head of the main street with Luigi's Tyres on the left and Flo's V8 Cafe on the right, with ...
... themed Test Track but instead of trying to get from 0-64.9, you are racing another car. After cars, Uncle Bob went on Tower of Terror but I didn't go on because I did not want to free fall. After Tower of Terror, me and Uncle Bob went on California Screamin' Roller Coaster. It was a big roller coaster that had 3 drops, 2 of them were huge. First the ride launched you from 0-55 in 4 seconds and then the drops began, after the drops ...
... the morning so we got those out. As we waited, we could hear the fireworks from disneyland, the first time they'd gone off in three nights. World of Color started at 9:45 and was about half an hour long, which was weird because California adventure closed at 10:00. The show is a combination of fountains, music and projected movies. We didn't get soaked, but there was a lot of mist coming over us. After the show, we returned to the ...
... and pulled as hard as I could as long as the ride lasted causing a dizzying cognitive dissonance. Now that's a metaphor for life. I then saw a fantastic light and performance show, featuring a bleoved archetype : " The Sorcerer's apprentice." I could not resist getting my own stuffed Mickey with wizard's cap to ...