BEST WESTERN PLUS Orange County Airport North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... there was plenty to entertain the kids including a 3D penguin movie and Bubblefest (!) an annual bubble-related extravaganza including a bubble show which Clara watched enthusiastically (Phoebe dipped out) and tried very hard to participate in by sticking her little hand up every time to Bubble Master asked for a volunteer. Phoebe meanwhile was engaged in trying to walk on water whilst encased in a giant bubble. After all this educational ...
Up early to catch the plane from NYC to LA. The taxi trip was interesting when the driver had a yelling match with a police officer. Then it cost me a hundred dollars in excess luggage at the airport. We settled into the long haul six hour flight with a woman with a dog sitting right next to me. I was not impressed, Cherry ...
Woke at our lovely new Hotel to yet another lovely breakfast, and after having a look around in the daylight - and realizing the hotel was right on the cliff face overlooking the beach - we packed again to continue our coastal tour down to LA. This leg turned out to be three hours long, weaving its way along the spectacular roadway, through the beautiful town of ...
The adventure is just beginning she says, repeatedly! Our room is just ok, but we are across the street from DISNEYLAND! We walk between Disneyland and California Adventure, also a Disney park to Downtown Disney. They do not miss a trick for making money. We had our bags checked going and coming and we were not paying to go inside any park. We had dinner at Jazz Kitchen Express, a New Orleans style fast food. Pepper plays a big roll in their menu. The ...
... out to Disneyland’s front entrance. We love that feature about the parks out here--everything is so walkable. Yes, there is a monorail, but the parks are smaller and so close that you really don’t need to use it, just walk from one park to the next to Downtown Disney.
Our first stop was Space Mountain, but the line was too long. We “Fast Passed” four tickets for later in the day, 7:20 p.m. ...