Embassy Suites Hotel Anaheim North
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... of Mad Men on the wall. The layout of the café is very old school and the owner told us it was used for some coffee scenes with Don Draper and his daughter. I could have sat in the same seat as Betty! It looked like it was from the 60’s even now so no major set re-designs needed!
We got back to the hotel and quickly packed up and were politely encouraged to hurry up by housekeeping for our late check out at 1pm.
... Tiki Room
Scary Factor: N/A
Fun Factor: 2 - "Kinda Legit"
Wait: Fast (5 minutes)
It's a musical show with a lot of animatronics. It does have the best
drink in the park next to it: the Dole Whip Float (Pineapple Ice Cream +
12) Star Tours
Scary Factor: 2 - "Whoa"
Fun Factor: 1 - "Meh"
Wait: Slow (45 ...
... our trip so we went back to the hotel early around 3pm. Day 3 We went to Disneyland early again. On the way we had breakfast at a place called Denny's. I thought I would have a small breakfast, but I got a giant breakfast the plate was full to the top and then I got a plate of pan cakes as well. I didn't really want that all. When we got to Disneyland we went straight to the Indiana Jones ride and did it twice while it was quiet. That ride ...
I got an early start on the trip and broke it up a bit by laying over with Adrienne, Aristotle (and, of course, their charming roommate, Delanie) for a couple of days. It was actually meant to start a day sooner, so I'm very glad I had this buffer of the day or two in LA or the whole trip would have been knocked off kilter! Laura and I were half-way to the airport when I got a text telling me that the flight was ...
... our last show, Special Effects Stage. This was a very entertaining show featuring stop motion, 3-D technology and green screen technology and more. They showed how computer generated movies, like Despicable Me, were made and even how 'classic' movies were made. Naturally there was a 'comic' presenter who was always getting in the way. At one stage he 'ate' one of the volunteers from the audience! He was quite comical!
After this ...