Extended Stay America - Orange County - Brea
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Still in recovery mode. Bob still getting over his cold. Walked to downtown Brea this morning. Nice suburb with well maintained gardens and clean streets. Nothing opens before 10am, so it was very peaceful. The Brea Mall is a good size. It has 4 department stores: JCPenny. Sears, Macy's and Nordstrum. Lots of sales on, so there might be a couple of pair of shoes being bought, by one or both of us! There is a Tesla dealership ...
... were many lunch options and the site has lots of shady places to sit in to take a break from the movie mayhem. We went for the American diner giving the Flintstones BBQ with the largest turkey legs I have seen. We eased in with the 4D experience of the Shrek movie.Then the Simpsons roller coaster simulation, Minon Mayham. Munz and I braved the Jurassic park tower with the 84 foot drop and ...
... outside with hot coffee. OK, another confession from this deprived, no chocolate for at least 35 years, girl. I have never enjoyed coffee and never drank it. So it was easy to give up when I went off caffeine many years ago. Well, when we arrived here from LAX on June 4th at 8am, we had some time to burn at the train station before we headed to Bayeux. There was a Starbucks at the train station and Bob wanted to ...
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... nuts etc. This turns out to be the smaller part of the place though as most of the stalls are actually taken up by restaurants ranging from very good to **** tourist traps. Most of them have shared seating like a food court. Between the food vendors there are also some jewelry accessory places, foodstuff vendors and similar.
We arrive late morning on a day that seems to become quite warm. Since we’re not really there to ...