La Quinta Inn & Suites Anaheim Disneyland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We took the audio tour around the boat which took us from the bridge at the bow all the way to the isolation ward in the stern. We were fortunate when we passed the old radio room to talk to some HAM radio enthusiasts. I can see why they love sitting in a room filled with radios talking to anyone on the air because they certainly gave us the whole nine yards!
We made our way back ...
... warning about food poisoning at the bottom of the page: "Consuming raw or uncooked food may increase your risk of food borne illnesses" (AKA. Don't blame us if you get sick eating our food).12. Likewise, advertisements on TV about medications dedicate more time to explaining the serious side effects and risks of taking it as opposed to what the benefits of the drug actually are. "This is great! But it will increase your risk of heart ...
... If only it was longer!
Next we went on the second most popular ride in the park, "The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror". We didn't really know what to expect in this one, but turns out it is the 'abandoned/haunted' Hollywood Hotel. You enter a large elevator where you sit and are held in by a lap belt. It is sort of like the "Giant Drop" at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, except you are shot up and dropped down unexpectedly. It is like you are ...
... some rest and rejuvenation so that our “Mickey” together with his “Minnie” can make it to the evening’s Halloween Parade along Disneyland’s Main Street.
The following morning, an encounter with the real Minnie Mouse. The photos says it all!!
Perhaps not Bennett’s “first birthday ever”, but surely his best to date! And for sure a priceless experience that none of the rest of us will ...
... so would definitely recommend a stroll of a few blocks to visit there. There was a Denny's, a steak house, and a number of takeaway shops, along with a 7-11 within a few blocks range. Of course you could also head through the entrance to the plaza between the parks and go to Downtown Disney which had a number of nice restaurants. The other location we enjoyed nearby was Garden Walk. It had entertainment areas we didn't make use of, and a variety ...