Extended Stay America - Orange County - Yorba Linda
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lemons. The cool thing is that the house was never moved, nor remodeled from the time the Nixon's lived there. One of the president's sister-in-laws kept the majority of the family furnishings and personal effects. A significant part of the museum is dedicated to those things you would anticipate being major events during his career. His 8 years as VP; Defeat by Kennedy; 1968 and 1972 Presidential wins; Diplomatic efforts with Russia ...
We had our final breakfast in the USA before string about the onerous task of packing everything - including all the souvenirs and other shopping we have done. We managed to fit it all in using only one extra bag, which was a relief. Of course, the weather was perfect yet again, so we checked out around lunchtime and headed to the Westfield Santa Ana Mall, hoping to occupy our time until we had to catch out flight at 11.40 pm! We did ...
... he was about 9 years old. The house still stands in it's original position.
His Dad's second venture was a gas station and later added a grocery store. All of the family worked in the business which had some success.
Nixon's early life stands in contrast to the beginnings of FDR, Kennedy, and Johnston.
... to test it out on the open road to Las Vegas! The hotel is great, a separate room with a telly for the kids, nice and clean, great pool, and so close to Disneyland. We filled in some time buying groceries, and tackling the left hand side of the road, very bizarre!! We also saw some very strange products in the supermarket, almost everything filled with peanut butter, and/or cheese. Gross. Hardly any ...
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