Econo Lodge Anaheim North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Anaheim
... good since it was longer the first time I walked past. I knew it was a haunted house ride but wasn't sure what it was about. You walk into an elevator and then sit in a chair and put on seatbelt. The it goes up and you see some scary things, then it drops suddenly. I screamed. It did this a few times but was very scary. Then all over. Long wait for short rides. The I went on the Monorail that goes over both parks and also the hotel/resort areas. I looked around a bit more but my ...
... for Space Mountain, so we went over to ride Thunder Mountain. We got the back row, which makes a big difference on Thunder Mountain. The ride there was almost the same as the one in Florida, the only difference is that the last hill has a dynamite explosion instead of falling rocks. It was pretty awesome.
Last we hit up Space Mountain, which my mom had not ridden yet. California Space Mountain puts Florida Space Mountain to shame. It's a much smoother ride to start ...
... s from the Gibson Girl Ice cream Parlour on Main Street. Jesse got a double scoop chocolate ice cream in a choc coated waffle cone. The ice cream was nearly as big as she was.
With all items on the Disneyland Park list ticked off, it was time to go back to use the Fastpass for the Cars Ride in Californian Adventure. On our way out of the Disneyland park we ran into Mulan. So the girls lined up for a photo & autograph.
... for 2 year olds and others for big kids. We searched the grounds for a photo with Mickey but never found him :( There was no time for food so we got a hot dog togo and polished it off while waiting inline for another ride!! I did not allow Cass to buy Mickey ears' (apparently only the Disney grinch would stop one from buying ears) but she got socks instead! We found a spot for the street parade an hour early to make sure we got to see it all - and we were not ...
The day started with a rumble. Denise was sure there was an earthquake but luckily it was just Von welcoming us all to a beautiful day in Los Angeles. That was a relief! As we have made our way up and down Hollywood Boulevard each day so far we have been greeted by the same tour operator with a cheery "Hello Aussie Girls" - it seems we have a new best friend. Today, he shared a very blue joke - and you will have to ask Julie about it some time. The punch line ...