Anaheim Islander Inn And Suites
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This place was great, clean and affordable and within walking distance to Disneyland. I don't recommend the free breakfast as it was doughnuts and OJ (not my idea of a healthy start to the day). Also they organised a "taxi" for us to the train station - which shoul dhave cost us a lot less but they called a private car - which was exxy for the 5 minute ride up the road. Aside from those two issues it was great.
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... a wheel. The faster you spin the wheel, the faster your tea cup spins. If I learned anything in Vegas, it's that spinning wheels lead to big payouts, so I spun that wheel with all my might. Jamie did not approve. In fact, we had a "time out" after the ride on a bench with some water. I wonder how many divorces this ride causes.
I hope that was entertaining to read. I'm out, enjoy the sunset!
... I wanted to eat it and I liked how it tasted. But did I like how I felt? No. One day I was sat in my room trying to have a nap and I looked at my suitcase that was overflowing with clothes and things I'd bought, as well as the empty fast food containers and I had this fleeting thought, "am I turning into an American"? Of course not all Americans eat fast food and spend hundreds of dollars on designer clothes. But that's what's a lot of ...
... Theatre, Kodak Theatre and some stars on the Blvd. On the way back to Santa Monica, we drove through Sunset Blvd and we were able to see some of the famous comedy clubs and bars including the Whiskey A Go Go and the Viper Room (where River Phoenix famously died).
Back in Santa Monica, we ventured down to the pier for a bit but the kids were tired and hungry so we decided to head back to the hotel and call it a day. ...
... through Wisteria Lane and Cabot Grove! We had bought the Front Line Pass, so could skip all the queues and save at least half each time.
We had dinner at a typical american hamburger place, spent 40$ in four and ate very well.
Tomorrow we will leave LA for Santa Barbara with the feeling that we saw half of what we wished to see. We missed the Griffith Park and its Observatory and the LACMA museum... We will go next time we stop by ...
... watch), Hula dance lessons (or the best granny dance ever), Ukulele lesson (well just one, we were rubbish), and Trivia!
We actually won one Trivia, on...Flags!!!! Well not to diminish ourself but the competition was mostly American, so as long as you know European flags, you're good!
We had the Captain's dinner, we went well dressed but didn't go as far as some people, who booked professional photo sessions.