Travelodge Inn & Suites Anaheim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... more. We did see the World of color show and fireworks as we were leaving California. He loved both shows and asked Randy to turn on the fireworks after it was done! He gave Goofy a hug at Goofys kitchen where we ate at the 1st night. Food was OK but it was more for the experience. He only liked Dale when characters came around to our ...
... guy who got thoroughly soaked + also an Indian family who were sitting in the 'splash zone'. Even though they had 'poncho' raincoats on, I'm sure the amount of water they chucked on them their coats wouldn't have save them!
Next we went straight to our last show, Special Effects Stage. This was a very entertaining show featuring stop motion, 3-D technology and green screen technology and more. They showed how computer ...
... stay if you're on a Disneyland vacation, and we could definitely see why. After receiving our tickets and making our way over to the park entrance, we made it into Disneyland. We decided to go on the "Star Tours" Star Wars ride first. It was a 3D simulator ride, with C3PO as the pilot of the "ship" we were in. Lots of flying, dropping, close calls, crashing and simulated high speed. Of the many simulator rides I have been on, in Japan and in Australia, I would say that this one was one ...
... After the tour we had a cookie and coke in a local cafe and then made our way back to the hotel. We still had a few hours so we sat around the pool chilling. At 4.30pm we left for the airport. We had a lovely man from British Airways checking us in. Both of our bags weighed over 23kg but he let them go through. He couldn't give us an upgrade but he did move us upstairs to better seats :-) We then had 4 hours at the airport, we were both ready just to go ...
... to quickly). And we also passed by Beverly Hills basically for the same reason as I mentioned before with The Walk of Fame; if you are in LA you just have to pass by there. And we drove by Beverly Hills anyway (kind of) on our way to Santa Monica. So we did NOT visit the actual downtown of LA with Chinatown and stuff like that.
A really nice place to visit, we both liked it a lot. We wanted to see a lot ...