Lemon Tree Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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Third day at Disneyland. We decided for a late start. 10.30 we got up. We needed it. It has been a furious pace so far. We got a load of washing in while we had breakfast / lunch. Great place at the hotel with great food. We got some. Veggies and salad in which was good. Off to Disneyland again. We got some more rides knocked off the list and the ...
... coaster and then headed for "Mickey's Fun Wheel," aka the ferris wheel from hell. The cars on the wheel swing from side to side (except for a few attached cars). We decided to ride the swinging car, but that was a mistake. Mom really liked it, but Owen and I did not enjoy it. I can still feel it rocking now...bleh...
Soon after we were off to California Screamin, the big roller coaster, their "Rock and Rollercoaster," if you will. It was built to look like an old ...
... To be fair, this seemed like a good idea because nothing was open before 10 am on Hollywood Boulevard... and there was the matter of free wi-fi. Our plans were dashed though because prominently displayed throughout the restaurant were signs advising customers that there was "no loitering" in McDonalds and we had to be out in 30 minutes. We were way too slow off the mark as we came out of Maccas. They got us. The tour dealers. With jazz ...
You know that LA is big, right? Well, it is SO MIUCH BIGGER than you think. We found this out today as we saw more sights than you would ever be able to see unless you were a local.
So, we hired a local - Lily from LA Insider Tours - and we had the best day. Took in Griffith Observatory, with spectacular views across the city. Went to Grumman's Chinese Theatre and saw some favourites in the concrete, including ...
... the fact that mud slides and earthquakes are a common occurrence in California and pose a great risk to these homes and the families that live in them.
We passed Dockweiler State Beach which looked really pretty with the sun setting out over the water. The really cool thing about this beach was that it had fire pits all over the place so you could come and hang out in the evenings and have a fire on the beach. It was monitored and only open for ...