Embassy Suites Hotel Anaheim North

Address: 3100 East Frontera, Anaheim, Orange County, California, 92806, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Northeast Anaheim area of Anaheim, is near Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace, Honda Center, Flightdeck Air Combat Center, and Grove of Anaheim.
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      Travel Blogs from Anaheim

      Disneyland

      A travel blog entry by canadainmay on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... Chloe and Jordana loved having photos taken with the Disney characters. Went on a few rides, I think Jordie found some of them a bit noisy and scary, although by end of the day she seemed to have got used to it. They loved its a small world and want to go on it ...

      DAY 13: Downtown Disney Shopping

      A travel blog entry by kelsi-rawinia on Dec 13, 2014

      ... ready and then made it down to Downtown Disney. We've probably been to that store about three or four times now, but you seem to see something new every time you go in. Mum got attached once again to the character soft toys, she came away with a Mike Wazowski and a Nemo.

      We also went to the Lego store, which even though it was no LegoLand, still amazing! It had a huge wall of Lego pieces in buckets, where you could buy single ...

      DAY 11: Knott's Berry Farm

      A travel blog entry by kelsi-rawinia on Dec 11, 2014

      ... show sort of thing, where a guy did a traditional hoop dance and talked (really fast) about a bit of Native American history and his family tree. The park itself is country and western themed, with a bit of Native American chucked in there, though it seemed to have a bit of an Amish look about it. There were lots of markets selling weird things, not like the shops at Disneyland. Jordan, Dad and I did the one wet ride that was open, the ...

      Staying at Best Western Plus Park Place Inn

      A travel blog entry by shar_a on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... machines, laundry room with a bench seat outside, and small shop. We didn't find time to use the pool & spa but they looked sufficient enough. After weighing up security of leaving clothes washing/drying in the laundry room and the best use of my time, I chose to use the hotel's "fluff & fold" laundry service. It was money well spent getting our bag of laundry done. We were located on the top floor (third level) & with the noise of people ...

      Day 4 - HollywoodLand, California.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Aug 24, 2014

      ... way, however we weren't! Back down to the main road and across a few blocks, we found the big statue bear and the entrance to 'Griffith Park' all the parks have main roads which I still think is weird. But we walked through a little river park area type place called ferndale, it had a stream going through it with little crayfish in there, Ross of course wanted to jump in and catch them! I had to drag him away from the stream to carry on walking, then we found gold fish in the ...