Anaheim Camelot Inn & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnaheim Camelot Inn & Suites
Friendly Staff however room was a little bit smelly on entry
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So today we were up early to pack our bags and check out of the hotel Then onto our character breakfast. Zander made an interesting cup of tea by using coffee instead of water.. We went on the Star tours ride again and did some last minute souvenir shopping Also went on the Matterhorn again as well as the tiki room Caught an 10:50 flight back To Sydney
Halloween!! A big day was planned for a Disneyland Halloween. We arrived early in our normal attire an quickly hit the rides with star tours - awesome Star Wars ride then buzz light year ride and Space mountain. Much to Zander and Amelia's disgust I enrolled them into the Jedi training academy. We then headed into toontown and met Mickey Mouse …
We were up early to pack the RV and had an hours drive to Anaheim to drop off the bags before dropping of the RV back to EL monte in Santa Clara. On the way after travelling more than 2000 miles I happen to clip the passengers rear view on a safety board hanging onto the road, after navigating mountains and alpine passes I clip the rear view on the …
Got up early as we wanted to get to Disneyland as soon as it opened to try avoid some of the crowds. Walked to Disneyland entrance where you have to go they a security bag check there's already quite a line got the our turn and was told no selfie sticks allowed oops we had to we had to either have it confiscated or take it back to hotel. We decide …
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