Marina Seven Motel
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... didn't go on this ride, because it was a water ride with a drop at the end (80ft I might add), but I'm glad she did, because I got the absolute funniest photo out of it (the camera took the shot just as we went over the edge of the drop). The story that goes with this ride is that when Steven Spielberg trialed the ride (he helped to create it), he made them stop at the top of the drop and he walked the whole way down! He obviously just didn't want to get wet, ...
... our last stop was the Backlot Tour. We sat in the front carriage of the tram and toured the lower levels of the site looking at the sets, sound stages and props used in some very well known movies. A lot were in production on the day also. We weaved through sets from Back to the Future, The Grinch, Psycho to name a few before heading to the Jaws to scare all of the tourists hehehe The best part of the tour was the new instalment of the King Kong 4D segment. This ...
... yet..." She reached down and picked up a billfold and reached towards me saying "are you Rosie? This is for you."
Stunned, I opened it to find a special note inside. It read:
"Happy 50th Rosie! Was originally going to pay for the door charge, but thought this might generate more fun all around... I know you'll have a grand time! And I like thinking my dad might've had a hand in provoking your invitation. A little piece of history! Love from ...
- Bailey and I traveled 215 miles to Tulare, California. Got some snacks and filled up our gas tank.
- Drove 169 miles arrived at UCLA
- We ate Late lunch at The Hat. It is one of my favorite spots down south. I had a delicious pastrami burger.
- Later in the evening for desert we ate at Diddy Riese, a popular local cookie and ice cream spot. Great end to a long day of driving
... of all kinds. It is lined by the ubiquitous pine trees and we could only catch glimpses of the water through the trees. However, Peter pulled in to Baker Bay which provides access for the public to the boat ramp and beach.
We then came to Dorena Bridge. This was the prettiest of the lot with shuttered windows and easy access. The brochure said it is a popular venue for weddings and I could see why. It is now a dead end but it is possible to walk from ...