Ramada Anaheim West
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First night here- friendly helpful staff. The room is clean and comfy - Lovely comfortable King sized bed - good faciligies but going to ask for a electric jug instead of the coffee perk. The air con is taking a nit ofngetting used to as it is quite noisy.
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Wow the biggest day ever getting here lol - flew from the Gold Coast to Auckland then a few hours later the mammoth flight to LA!
I must admit trying to sleep on a small seat where you cant sleep on your side is not the most refreshjng way to arrive at your destination, but we made it :)
Managed to get a shuttle to our accommodation was …
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Then I wanted Dole Whip, the most amazing Disney snack ever, so we went to Adventureland, and grabbed some fast passes for Indiana Jones. We went to The Enchanted Tiki Room, got Dole Whip floats, which are the most amazing things ever, and relaxed in the nice AC ...
... in that area, like a large Ferris wheel where the cages on the wheel went around as well as swung side to side. Then we explored other parts of the park like the Cars section. I when on a ride by myself which had cars that race around a large track and just 2 meters away from the finish the cars got stuck and I sat there waiting for half an hour till the started the ride again. We went back to our hotel because we had an early start the next ...
... over the loud speaker and instructed us to turn and face the flag in preparation for the National Anthem. And so began "The Star-Spangled Banner", people sang with hands on hearts while we tourists felt like atheists trapped in pre-dinner prayers, awkwardly not knowing what to do or where to look. The elderly man just ahead of us in the line even shed a few tears. When the doors officially opened, war veterans and those who had "served" their country were granted ...