The Comfort Inn & Suites Anaheim, Disneyland Resort
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DISNEY In March and April, Spring Break is one of the Resort's most popular times of the year. Hotel Guests can take a break of their own and relax in the pools between visiting the Parks. Average Temperature Range: 51 to 73°F Typical April Hours (subject to change): Disneyland Park Opens 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. Closes 10:00, 11:00 p.m. or 12 midnight …
... and then there was security! Talk about like being 'striped searched'!! We had to put all our hand luggage on trays to go through the x-ray machine, but also our shoes, coats, sweatshirts/hoodies, empty all pockets and even belts to be taken off! I had on some loose jean and was afraid they might fall down without my belt! Then you are told to stand in the 360 deg body scan machine with your hands above your head! Then ordered out and to stand on a certain spot before they let you ...
... there was souvenir shops and a fair ground with rides like a Ferris wheel and roller coaster. We went on the Ferris wheel (this one didn't swing, much to Kelsi's delight!). We ended up going around 7 times! There were great views at the top all down the beach to the hills, which were just visible due to a smog that hung around most of the day. We walked right to the end of the peir and there just over the rail was a sea lion in the water. He was probably hoping to get cast ...
... majority of the trip, we had to watch "Guardians of the Galaxy" on a screen 30cm away from our faces that angled towards our chests. It's amazing how ignorant other people can be to the comfort of others, especially us tall ones who are pressed for knee room as it is. I hope they enjoyed the whole metre of space they got in front of them! They weren't even awake to enjoy it.
Once the turbulence subsided, I managed to sleep for the last ...
We set off from the Pirate Bay Resort keen to get to LA that evening. Back at Meteor Crater I'd been chatting with a Kiwi chap who recommended an RV park close to Universal Studios. I phoned ahead and reserved a plot.
We pushed on the endless, straight roads towards LA. Arriva at LA wasn't like we saw LV, appearing in it's entirety over the brow of a hill. LA is massive, and sprawling. It just got more built up and we encountered more traffic. I missed the quiet empty roads we ...