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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Breakfast was a little later today and that gave everyone a chance for another sleep in. With the group refreshed we headed over to Knott's Berry Farm and started on a thrill ride marathon. The boys headed their own way while the girls headed to the biggest ride in the park. While there were a few hesitations and plenty of closed eyes everyone tried out as many of the rides and shows as they could. From the Xlerator to the Boomerang there was plenty ...
... create your own Lego things. There was also tonnes of Lego sets as you would expect, some of them were huge. The store had it's own massive characters as decor, including full sized Hulk and a gigantic Genie, Jasmine and Aladdin on their flying carpet suspended from the ceiling - all built from Lego! Next Mum and I took our last visit to Sephora, Mum probably spent five minutes in there while I stayed about an hour - There's just no getting sick of ...
... and let's just say being at the front of the log means getting the wettest. We finished off the day with an encore ride on the "Silver Bullet", it was much better the second time round, when I was feeling better and didn't faint on it!
It turns out today was a great day to go to Knott's Berry, we got straight on every single ride, no waiting lines! There weren't many people in the park, maybe because it was an overcast school ...
... versions of what he’s always thought of as i-Pad sized characters. We’ve heard the stories of how children have freaked out when first confronted with this "discrepancy". No freaking out, but Bennett eyes them all warily and declines the offer of getting up close for a photo-op. Flying Dumbo’s and a carousel are less threatening options. But what really breaks the ice is a visit to that perennial favourite of generations of first-timers, It’s ...
... I think we were lucky. I definitely recommend ear plugs if you're a light sleeper like me. They block out the noise of people moving around outside, and the somewhat noisy plumbing. Breakfast was included in the price. Please note, it's very basic. But as a way of filling our bellies and getting us ready for the day it was adequate. There were cereals & yoghurts, pieces of basic fruit (like bananas & apples), bread/bagels to toast, pastries ...