Plaza Hotel Santa Ana
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Fatigued and hungry we took the freeway to Anaheim in the late afternoon where we will spend the next few days at Disneyland and California Adventure Park. I was intrigued by my first visit to a US supermarket. I found 80 corn tortillas in one bag for $3.57 - too good to be true. While the girls rolled their eyes I saw the opportunity for a lot of Mexican dinners for very little ...
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... a boat load of people quietly pass you by. It was a classy establishment not piratey at all! No drunken sailors to be seen.
The meal was delicious, possibly the best one we have had since being in the US. Good old Steak and Vegies! The steak was cooked to perfection. Blacky and I always share meals when we are out so it makes for a good portion size, otherwise they are way too big.
The kids loved "my" drink. Raspberry, Kiwi, ...
... and we just wanted to get away from the throngs of people. So we rafted over to the old “Tom Sawyer’s Island” (now it’s called “Pirate’s Lair” due to all of the popularity of pirates), and explored around there. Josie was more thrilled about it than Mac, but he seemed okay with it. It’s not the same, however. Fort Wilderness is closed, and doesn’t have the same feel as before. Or ...
... A lot of nothing. Nothing seems to grow. Miles and miles of sun scorched land.
Things began to change around Moreno valley, just south of San Bernardino. The traffic was plain crazy - certainly not a friendly place for a motorhome with a car in tow.
We survived it OK and finally made it to the campground in Anaheim around 5:30pm.
The campground; Anaheim Resort RV Park is OK. It is really close to ...