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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... 2 - "Whoa"
Fun Factor: 4 - "Yay"
Wait: Long (45 Minutes)
The first of the "Mountains" rides is rather tame coaster experience. It was a lot of fun, and is a great place to start if you are just getting into coasters.
5) Splash Mountain
Scary Factor: 3 - "Whoa"
Fun Factor: Depends, do you like getting Wet?
Wait: Long (45 Minutes)
Awake at 6. Breakfast at 6:30. Hit the road about 7:45 and arrived at the park 'n' ride for Disney at 8:20ish. Boarded the shuttle bus and headed for the happiest place on earth. First stop Disneyland proper, and a ride down Main St to Sleeping Beauty's Castle, followed by a 20 min wait for a space shuttle ride in Tomorrowland. Then a brief meander through Fantasyland (riverboat cruise through Story Book Land and a buttery popcorn snack) to ...
... tonnes of Lego sets as you would expect, some of them were absolutely massive. 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! After browsing the Lego store, Mum and I took our last visit to Sephora. Mum probably spent five minutes in there while I stayed for about an hour - There's just no getting sick of ...
... once a day, but when we arrived, it turned out they had cancelled it due to the weather.
Instead, we joined the "Studio Tour", a tram tour through some of the outdoor filming locations at Universal. There are entire outdoor sets that replicate New York streets (the "Metropolitan") and European streets ("Little Europe"). We didn't get to see the city hall set, where famous "Back to the Future" scenes were shot, because there were people using that ...
... 3rd Street on our way back to catch our bus. Here were the normal shops like Sephora, Nordstrom, Old Navy etc.
We were back on the bus at 5pm. At this time it was getting dark. From Santa Monica we were driven down to Venice Beach, where it has become quite a rough area with lots of graffiti and there were bars on windows of most of the homes. At one point we drove by a restaurant called Cows End. Apparently this is actually owned by Rachel Hunter! ...