Extended Stay America - Orange County - Anaheim Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to make a few scream but the one that realigned our spines was the Ghostrider. An old wooden structure that shook the life out of everyone and saw a few of us shaking our heads and checking if our neck was where it used to be. We headed back to the hotel to have a short briefing before travelling into Hollywood. Our driver took us on a tour of Downton LA and pointed out key buildings and locations that had been used in movies throughout the ...
... Hopefully all my makeup purchases will be under the weight limit and make it back home in one piece! I eventually said goodbye to the place and came back out - Jordan wasn't happy about how long he had to wait for me, so it was time for some food! We had "Wetzel Dogs" which were hot dogs wrapped in a thin layer of pretzel, they were pretty good. We sat at Starbucks for a while to eat and drink and then it was back to "World of Disney" one last ...
... even with 6 thrill rides being closed, for maintenance reasons or the lack of people in the park, there were still 13 coasters of 4-5 thrill rating to enjoy. We finished off the day with dinner at The Cheesecake Factory. White chocolate and raspberry truffle cheesecake is now my new fave! Tomorrow is Universal Studios which should be fun, although it is meant to be a storm hitting tonight and carrying through to tomorrow so we shall see how it goes. ...
... World. Met with wide-eyed wonderment and despite its lack of present-day political correctness, the ride is a confirmation if one was needed, of Disney’s skill in knowing exactly what appeals to one segment of its target audience!
After that it was plain sailing! We head to “Toontown” and Mickey’s house. Another great example of Disney’s skill in managing the expectations of its smallest visitors. The house and all of ...
... juices & hot drinks, and some hot food. Waffles, and fried potatoes were the staple. Each day the eggs & meat alternated between a type of scrambled egg & little sausages, or an omelette style egg (complete with processed cheese hidden inside) & ham steak. We were pretty simple; I went for the hot food with an occasional treat of a waffle, and my son had toast. The restaurant will try and entice you downstairs to Captain Kidd's ...