Little Boy Blue Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We also went back to the Lightning ride for the third time. Also got another POOH visit in. We also had a ride on a carousal. This was awesome. As there has a lounge on the ride for me. We had dinner at the down town Disney. Then I went home. Donna and Dylan went to the fireworks and Disneyland and more rides. Park shuts at midnight. San Diego tour ...
... coaster, but it was steel and had a little loop on it. They played carnival music in your headrest while you rode. It was a really fun ride! Mom said it was her favorite ride at Disneyland. It was definitely up there for me. Justin Mom and I loved it. Owen was a little overwhelmed.
From there, we went to the newest and most hyped land in all of Disneyland: Cars Land. Let me tell you, the Imagineers spent some money on Cars Land. Not a single detail was left out. They ...
... we were sold! An 11.30 two hour personalised tour of Hollywood. Von drives a hard bargain - secured our seats for "half price." Some time to touch base with the essentials: got to enjoy the Walk of Fame, the Dolby Theatre, the views of the Hollywood sign and of course mixing it with Marilyn, Oscar, Spider-Man, DollyBoy, Transformers and Shrek. Went bargain hunting for souvenirs and shoes. Even had time to take out a few locals and ...
... s star in a corner on the wall - because he didn't want anyone walking all over him. Checked out the beautiful Roosevelt Hotel across the road and walked up the red carpet stairs of the Dolby Theatre.
We looked at Hollywood, Rodeo Drive, Sunset Blvd and some of the beautiful Beverly Hills homes, checked out the sign - which is actually been remade in good old Aussie steel. Had lunch at the Farmers Markets.
... period of time. Looked fun.
That was pretty much the end of our tour. Its amazing how tiring it can be sitting in a bus all day! The kids and I may have had a little nap on the way back to our hotel.
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