Anaheim Camelot Inn & Suites
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Friendly Staff however room was a little bit smelly on entry
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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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roads: anything with less than 5+ lines!
Syl´s favourite-evers: too many (see previous entries plus the sour apple rings she has bought today ;)
We are spending the last night in a hostel near the airport and it took us half a day to reach here by bus, getting a taste of what backpacking without a car feels like. We are ready for our next adventure!
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