Lemon Tree Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLemon Tree Hotel and Suites Anaheim
The hotel was okay, but I'd give it about three stars.
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Anaheim was very beautiful. We went to Disneyland and met Kian Lawley and Rydel Lynch in Downtown Disney. Our hotel was okay, but it could have had better service. Our favorite rides were Space Mountain, Indiana Jones, and the Matterhorn. Our food came to a total of $13.
The restaurant that we ate at:
... two hours flew by, and before we knew we were ushered out of the castle . We hung around as we wanted a group photo. That took a bit to orchestrate. Simone and Scott managed to get it on their cameras. And then we boarded our bus, this time we used small change to cover our ride. I think I paid 51c for the two of us to ride... The bus dropped us off at Disney and we walked back to our hotel, promising to meet up with the Stevens family at 6:45am for ...
... finished the night with the famous fireworks over the Disney Castle which as always is the highlight of the day. Got back to the hostel at 11.30 No doubt I'll be visiting another Disneyland somewhere else in the future :) Notes. Indiana Jones - best ride of the day Awful ride photos Cass crying on Splash Mountain Amazing icecream from Parade St Cass seeing a 5 year old come off space mountain which peeped her confidence up for the ride - the boy then started crying instantly ...
... and a cruise down Rodeo Drive. I can only think of Eddie Murphy as we drove around the streets of Beverly Hills, even spotting the police station (insert his laugh here) and down to Santa Monica Pier. Tick, Tick, Tick.
As we head into our first Halloween on American soil I reflect back on this short but rejuvenating trip as one that blew out the final cobwebs of my past allowing for the dreams of my future to manifest in the ...
... really heavy. Very very awesome. And I went to a show in the planetarium. Oh. My. Giddy aunt. I've never been in a planetarium before and it was amazing. Breathtaking in fact. You aren't allowed to take pictures in there so I can't show you but it was one of the most enjoyable half hours ever. Highly recommended. It was dark once the show was over and I got outside. The view of the city at night was pretty cool. Again, my photos just don't do it justice (I have got a camera now so ...