Extended Stay America - Orange County - Anaheim Hills
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... we read it can be hard to find one at all. We hoofed it up (and I quickly realized how out of shape I really am). When we made it to the top, I turned around and there across the valley, on the opposite hill was the famous Hollywood sign. Eric couldn't believe it. It was such a fun surprise! The observatory was built in 1935 and was the vision of Griffith J. Griffith, who died before his dream became a reality. It was ...
... I would say between three and five thousand turbines of varying sizes. You have to be careful that you are not mesmerized by the blades slowly turning as you drive directly towards a few. The long day driving probably added to this strange feeling.
Anaheim throws out the welcome mat for Linda and I, complete with the SWAT team. Our hotel is blocked by SWAT so we wait and watch from Carl Jrs, while we enjoy a nice burger, weird. ...
... quite remarkable
the only thing the same is that there are Billabong and Quicksilver shops and, I
might add, a little cheaper than home, how does that work?
This is a very surfy town, lots of young people with
surfboards and all heading to the beach, the surf is not very high today but
everybody is swimming and having a lot of fun.
We walk through the markets and there is some lovely stuff, home made
... we took a quick detour through the Ghiradelli chocolate shop, and got a free sample. It was great! Then we went out the exit through the Grand Californian, and waited for my dad with my mom and grandma. All too soon, my dad arrived with the van, and we drove out of Anaheim. We stopped at an In-n-Out for dinner, and then drove to our hotel in Kingman, Arizona. We had an absolutely wonderful and magical trip to Disneyland, and we loved every second of it!!!!
... the end almost looks real!
We rode the omnibus back up to the castle, and got off right across the street from the new Jolly Holiday bakery. It is a really cute new restaurant, with yellow and white striped tables and umbrellas, and delicious-looking sweet treats. There are penguin stained glass windows, and Mary Poppins is on the weather vane on top of the building.
Next, it was on to New Orleans Square, to ride Pirates ...