Extended Stay America - Orange County - Anaheim Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... minutes to 90 minutes. Boys went on all the roller coaster rides but a lot of them were for younger kids and weren't exciting enough. Eating was expensive with Hamburgers at $11 Churros at $5 so we ventured out to Downtown Disney outside the park a street filled with eateries and shops with cheaper food and Starbucks :).
We had lunch and came back into the park to wander around and by now were getting use to were things were. Some rides in the afternoon ...
... the Buzz Lightyear ride and while everyone was fussing over trying to find someone to fetch it, I ended up strolling back through the exit to where you get off the ride. Luckily they had picked it up and handed it straight back!
After Disneyland we went over to the Adventure Park and found that the main roller coaster that was closed the last time we visited was now open - Hooray! It was a very long wait for "California Screamin'", about an hour outside in ...
... caught our eye (just by how weird it was) a prescription marijuana shop, the jist was that you could go in have a test of some sort and come out with a doctor’s note saying that you could be prescribed the green leaf that is marijuana. Muscle beach is a prominent concrete stature that looks over the beach like a big bench press sort of shape with a sand area with pull-up bars. Obviously everywhere has that main local, and this one had a big black guy shouting ...
... discovered at Disneyland is "Fruit Carts". They had them in most of the lands around Disney and the fruit was cut and bagged and kept on ice. The pineapple and watermelon were so flavorsome and juicy and kind of outweighed the hefty price tag. $2.99 for a quarter of a piece of pineapple – and don’t forget to add the tax! Vegie cups were pretty good too. If you know me well you know I love my vegies. Aaron would get a knife to eat ...
... Air BnB. Air BnB, for those who don't know, is an app which links people who need rooms to stay, with people who have free rooms. The guy we stayed with had a room mate who was constantly absent, so we had the free room which had an en-suite and the apartment had a lovely balcony.
It was also opposite a really good and fairly reasonably priced burger place, called pono burger, with super organic meat and lovely sweet potato fries. We then walked to the ...