Anaheim Harbor RV Park

1009 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, Orange County, California, 92805 , United States | Campground
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This campground, located in the Southwest Anaheim area of Anaheim, is near Disneyland Resort, Anaheim Museum, and Anaheim Indoor Marketplace.
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Travel Blogs from Anaheim

Out n about in LA

A travel blog entry by bradndad2014 on Apr 20, 2014

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... to Florida / Miami...

Prior to leaving home, Brad had heard rumours of Nike shoes and Apple products being cheap in the US...
We are here to tell you, not much is cheap in the US !!
Nike shoes retail for about $140.00 and Iphone 5s is $600.00, remember, it's USD.
As an example, Brad ordered a burger for lunch at a cafe in our shopping mall in the suburbs, a nice cafe, but just a cafe.. Menu price was $16.00 + 12% tax + 20% ...

The city I never thought I would see

A travel blog entry by gunduana on Feb 10, 2014

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... Griffith observatory. All of this in less than 55 hours!
And here I sit, sleep deprived from our current flight to San Juan that took us over Houston airport (bleh at them for naming it after George Bush), wondering why I forgot my Kindle in that stupid bathroom in Houston and why my German Sim card had to be in the Kindle cover... So I guess some spontaneous technology shopping coming up for me, too.
That aside, ...

Anonymous in La-La Land: Parts I and II

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa on Sep 24, 2013

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... it was off to Malibu for some beach driving. Coastal Route 1 in California stretches from Los Angeles to San Francisco and is said to be among the most scenic drives in the country. We took to the cliffs of Malibu, occasionally stopping to look over the bluffs onto the Pacific, or to catch a squadron of pelicans soaring to a fish feeding. California's natural side is something exceptional, and should not be ...

Never trust a snake

A travel blog entry by hollywoodblonde on Jul 30, 2013

... watched his group of lemmings idolize him and wait for him to make a decision. I couldn't escape his name. It seemed like every brain dead bimbo was brainwashed by this guy. I had to confront him. Did it even matter? He didn't care. I rejected him!? Get over yourself! He managed to segregate the whole hostel. He controlled his group who they talked to who they sat with and what they did.

Today was a hard day. My best friend Angie was going back home to England. I ...

Whole Lotta Ham

A travel blog entry by jbakermwdi on Mar 01, 2004

Running a public access studio was like being the ringmaster of a circus – but with more clowns. Characters of all sorts came and went – preachers, dancers, chiropractors, astronomers, and horror-show enthusiasts.

These were not like the shows you’d watch on other channels. We had a psychic who stared into the camera for thirty minutes – mostly in a trance as his creepy eyes gazed into nothingness. A woman complained that the show ...

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