Hotel Pepper Tree
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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So here we are in the Pepper Tree Hotel in Anaheim after an absolutely exhausting 24 hours. Low points, getting onto our international flight in Auckland only to discover we had seats on opposite sides of the plane! Air NZ apparently thought it was our responsibility to rectify it, and suggested we ask people next to us if they were prepared to …
After three full on days at Disneyland, we had a leisurely start to the day. We headed west from Anaheim to Long Beach to check on the RMS Queen Mary, the retired ocean liner that is now permanently docked at Long Beach. But before we went onboard, we checked out the retired Russian submarine moored alongside. On the outside, she looked a little like a 'rust bucket' but inside held a wealth ...
... Takeaways".6. "Entrée" means "Main".7. "Hot Biscuits" are what we call "Scones"8. "A la mode" in a dessert means "Served with ice-cream".9. "Free drink refills" doesn't mean go get it yourself if you want another, but "we'll give you a completely new drink whether or not you are finished your first one".10. An American plate or portion meant for a single person could probably feed a starving African family for a week.11. All restaurant menus have ...
... field, Ramone's paint job service and Luigi's tire shop. The animatronics in this ride were absolutely amazing, even better than the "Pirates of the Caribbean" one yesterday. Every "Cars" character was there, full size, talking, driving, bouncing around on hydraulics, blinking and all the rest. It was like stepping straight into the animated movie. Another car of people then showed up beside us and we raced on the Radiator Springs track, which was ...
... we also ate at IHOP, grabbed takeaway pizza (& wine) from The Pizza Press, & dined at McCormick & Schmick's Grille at Garden Walk. It was certainly handy having takeaway places nearby when we were tired and wanting to kick back and relax. The pizzas were nice and I loved the little takeaway wine-in-a-glass. IHOP I wouldn't bother with again, but if you're not a food snob then it would be fine. McCormicks was one of the best meals I had ...