Lemon Tree Hotel and Suites
- 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:
... via Little Saigon, the largest community of expat Vietnamese in the US. Although the buildings looked very American, the stores were all Vietnamese and we were definitely the only outsiders in the area! We found an authentic Vietnamese restaurant for lunch and enjoyed the great food at a bargain price.
Last stop was at the outlet mall not far from our hotel for a few holiday bargains! ...
... brain aneurysms, blood clots, liver damage and breathing complications."13. There is an abundance of not only overweight adults, but also overweight kids.14. Thus, there are more obese people on mobility scooters than there are people with legitimate physical disabilities or broken bones. So the majority of people with "Front of line access" to rides at Disneyland are just lazy fat people on scooters.15. Everyone drives either an SUV, Hilux ...
... of ape and grapes and melon! We may as well just come here for breakfast, it's free and they were offering us more than one sample each haha! We bought a small packet of raspberry granola, Greek yoghurt and minute maid lemonade for breakfast and then a huge salad pot each for lunch, I had chicken cesear and Ross had BBQ chicken. We are it back at the hotel room, got showered and dressed and went back out to see paramount pictures and I wanted to go to DASH store on Melrose ...
... not. His name was Jim, a lawyer with 6 kids, and we spoke about all kinds of aspects of life. He divorced his wife when his children were at a young age like I was, and he told me of the stories and bonding he made with his kids because of that. He didn't know how to cook and use a washing machine and a lot of the time the few older children were teaching him, and helped him parent the younger ones until he learnt. But as he learnt from ...