Residence Inn Anaheim Hills Yorba Linda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... really fun.
Then we saw the Life and Times of Abraham Lincoln, which was very interesting, and I found a random cell phone there, and returned it to Lost and Found, I hope whoever lost it, got it back.
Then we went back to NOLA Square and rode Pirates of the Caribbean again, and then I had made dinner reservations at Cafe Orleans. The food was really good. I also have to say Disney is amazing at accommodating allergies. I am deathly allergic to ...
We arrived at Disney Saturday morning and managed to check into our hotel early which was a bonus!. We are staying at the Ayres hotel about 3km away from Disney which is great because we are away from all the madness!. This hotel is really nice and quiet. We purchased our Disneyland tickets on Saturday then went and watched the new movie tomorrowland in downtown Disney. We ate at the Cheesecake Factory then ...
... that awkward patriotic kerfuffle, we finally got into the park and just one look at the coasters made my stomach flip. Especially unusual for me since I'm usually all for action thrill rides, but once again, I wasn't feeling 100%. The roller coasters are all rated from 1 to 5, from "low thrill" to "aggressive thrill". Being the daredevils we are, we only rode ones with a rating of either 4 or 5 - "high" or "aggressive" thrill. The first roller coaster we went on was ...
... TV characters. They don't work for a company or anything, they are just randoms who dress up and try to get you to take pictures with them and ask for money in return. It was quite a relief to get back on the bus, definitely felt safer there.
We then drove through the famous Sunset Strip, Beverly Hills district and Rodeo Drive. Once again, hard to get any good photos from the bus. When it was first built, Sunset Strip was all clubs, but now there are only eight left. ...
... with all the stalls of food and different people selling own personal artwork. Music and street performers kept the beach walkway alive, while basketball, squash and other beach sports were being played everywhere you look. (Physical activity was not in short supply here) always something to do in Venice beach. As we continue down the walkway fighting off the apparent new “bob Marley of Reggae” (guys that just try and flog their music to you autographed) ...