Residence Inn Anaheim Hills Yorba Linda
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... but the odd thing is, it was nearly deserted. Quite eery actually, we probably only saw a handful of others the entire time. I do not know how these businesses stay afloat.
Lunch back in our room and it was time for mundanes like washing while the boys enjoyed the pool for a bit. While I was supervising them, I got talking to a woman from Canada, who I think was sitting by the pool to escape her grandchildren who she is here with, and who was drinking something that I ...
... would be made not to grab a bargain especially when you have 3 boys in love with Lego. After wiling away some time at the stores in Downtown Disney we managed to catch the first monorail heading into Disneyland. The station was ideally located just across from the Lego store so our entrance into Disney was via the monorail direct to Tomorrowland. Just off from the monorail we went headlong into the Finding Nemo submarine ride. Very cool! ...
... like 'It's a Small World"???
Smitten with Pluto, big hugs all round.
Oh on Pluto Pups, you know the type we have at the Easter Shows, well over here they are Corn Dogs.
Disney just does things so well, amazing place, the evening show was spectacular, how do they make fireworks look like shooting stars as they play "When you wish upon a Star"!!
11pm park closure, so guess who were the last to leave?
... is already in planning stages, and a new DL watch for me. They also have a nice 2014 DL calendar which actually starts this September. Some unique DL photos on each month to remind us of our awesome trip to California. We made our way across the courtyard to gain access to Disneyland park. The line was insanely long. But, after ten minutes or so we were inside the park once again. They don't use fingers scans here like they do in WDW. Instead, they take your photo ...
... in the whole park. The boys rode the rides like champs, one after another. After some lunch and shopping we took our pop up to the RV park to set up and have a nice nap. Thankfully this was the day that Jeff figured out the A/C problem, because it was hot hot hot. Upon returning to California Adventure we convinced the boys to ride the Tower of Terror! The beginning of the ride's Twilight Zone theme was reminiscent of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility