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1313 North Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA
Anaheim, CA 92802

 (714) 781-4101

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Magic MountainUniversal Studios HollywoodDisneylandLEGOLAND California, Knotts Berry Farm to name a few."  See More

"Hollywood Blvd Griffith Observatory Disneyland Universal Studios Hollywood"  See More

"In California I would recommend the San Diego Zoo, and at least one of the Sequoia tree parks -Yosemite National Park or Sequoia and possibly Monterey Bay Aquarium in addition to Disneyland  Then go to Las Vegas  From there you can do daytrips Boulder Dam and to Grand Canyon National Park or you can just drive to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas."  See More

"You can take a shared SuperShuttle to any of the hotels in the Disneyland area and it's a fraction of the price it would cost to go to a residential address."  See More

"There are various shuttle options to get you from Los Angeles International Airport to Disneyland at a cost of around $20 pp."  See More

"Disneyland is in Anaheim."  See More

"For the Angels' trip, the obvious answer is Disneyland, just a couple of miles away from Angel Stadium of Anaheim."  See More

"Disneyland Park Huntington Beach - "Surf City" is a great beach to check out."  See More

"Of course there's Disneyland Park."  See More

"Long Beach also has some gems : Aquarium of the Pacific, MOLAA and Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure aren't too far either (about 35 minutes inland by car)."  See More

"Highlights for me included some of the studio tours, such as Warner Bros Studio But I mean even now I still get my kicks from Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure."  See More

"If you have enough time, Disneyland Park is right across :)."  See More

"They love going to Amusement Parks like Disneyland Park/Disney's California Adventure, Six Flags Magic Mountain and Universal Studios Hollywood."  See More

"I mean I still get my kicks from Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure."  See More

"I'm from Newport Beach and Disneyland Park is seriously a 25 minute drive away (without traffic)."  See More

"I would recommend you stay a couple nights at the beginning or end of your trip around Disneyland Park and the rest of the time in Laguna Beach There are hundreds of hotels in every price range near Disneyland."  See More

"So, you're Irish? OK, then I'll assume that you relish sunshiny days and warmth. And, that you're coming sometime after May 2015. In that case, if there were 5 iconic LA things to do, I'd suggest: 1. Beach. Arrive early like 9a. Apply lots of sunscreen. Rent a surfboard. Swim. Tan. Bring food or go to a beach with food nearby. Go for a boardwalk bike ride. You might do this in conjunction with lunch. Good beaches, depending on where you are staying, Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Manhattan Beach, or Huntington Beach 2. Go to a Dodger Game at Dodger Stadium . Arrive 90 minutes early to see the warm ups and batting practice. Or, a Laker game. Either of these are probably a night time activity, so the day would be open for something else. 3. On surface streets, drive From Pacific Palisades through Brentwood through Westwood, through Beverly Hills, Hollywood (especially Sunset Blvd) all the way to Greater Wilshire / Hancock Park. If you follow the right path you'll drive through some 10-13 miles worth of incredible multi-million dollar homes. 4. Spend time in Hollywood. See starving actors dressed like super heroes on the streets. See a play. See a movie at Mann's Chinese Theater and check out all the hand and foot prints. See the Hollywood Wax Museum. See all the sidewalk stars. Go out to a club at night, or see some live music at Hollywood Palladium or the Hollywood Bowl. The Hollywood bowl is a great venue to take a picnic dinner and wine, go early, and enjoy a classic LA evening. See the kitschy Hollywood Museum, do a Gray Line tour or get a map of the stars. Go out to a restaurant, see more starving actors who are working as waiters/waitresses and ask "are you an actor"? Try to see the taping of a TV show, be in a studio audience: ."  See More

"All amusement parks are open, Disneyland Park is in Anaheim and that's about 45 minutes away."  See More

"There's Disneyland Park, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm."  See More

"With a two year old you should definitely check out Disneyland Park."  See More

"Hi Shehana, Is it ever really winter in LA? There's really no such thing as things shutting down for winter. We have been experiencing ugly weather recently, but for people from California that usually just means overcast skies. I know... we're spoiled haha. That was my long way of saying don't worry, amusement parks are definitely open, there are broadway plays, shows are filming (you can check out this trippy question for info on how to get free tickets:"  See More

"I'd stay some place central between the Disneyland Park and Universal Studios Hollywood."  See More

"I'd rent a car especially if you're planning on going to family attractions like Santa Monica, Disneyland Park or Universal Studios Hollywood."  See More

"For Disneyland Park, I would look into the Hilton Anaheim."  See More

"Disneyland Park (this is in Orange County, but still worth visiting) 4."  See More

"Some highlights in and around LA are The Grove and Farmers Market, LACMA, Runyon Canyon Park, Getty Villa, Mulholland Drive, 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach and Boardwalk, Malibu, Zuma Beach, Marina Del Rey, theme parks (Disneyland Park, Universal Studios Hollywood, Six Flags Magic Mountain)."  See More

"Disneyland Park and Knott's Berry Farm are also about an hour or so away."  See More

"If you're into rides, there are a ton of amusement parks: there are smaller ones like the Santa Monica Pier or the more obvious Disneyland Park and Six Flags Magic Mountain."  See More

"You can also get the buses to Disneyland Park etc."  See More

"There is always Hollywood and Disneyland Park."  See More

"From LAX you could also consider Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure."  See More

"For Disneyland Park: Disneyland Park, I suggest you guys get there as early as possible to obtain your fast passes."  See More

"But in all honesty I recommend a park hopper between Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure."  See More

"I highly suggest Disneyland Park, Mission Beach, Balboa Park, Coronado Beach where the Hotel Del Coronado is which is the hotel the movie "Some Like it Hot" was filmed."  See More

"I've been to Walt Disney World, Disneyland Park and Disneyland Paris and all are amazing and unique in their own ways."  See More

"The Annabella is a nice hotel and a perfect location for the convention and to see Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure."  See More

"I likd Disneyland Paris, but prefer the original Disneyland Park in California."  See More

"I would assume that if they are focused on the convention at Anaheim Convention Center and Disneyland Park, they could somewhat shuttle themselves to Anaheim or fly John Wayne Airport (SNA) or Long Beach Airport (LGB) to get closer, than LAX Los Angeles International."  See More

"Then also staying near Universal Studios Hollywood or Disneyland Park would make sense too so they can hang out in the park or at the nearby shops and take advantage of the free shuttles."  See More

"If you're going to Disneyland Park, there's Carthay Circle Restaurant and Lounge in CA Adventure."  See More

"There is one about 4 blocks away from Disneyland Park - if you walk there you will be entering from the East it is about a 10 minute walk."  See More

"Places like Hollywood Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier, Third Street Promenade, Venice Beach and Boardwalk, Universal Studios Hollywood, Disneyland Park are the biggest tourist attractions in LA."  See More

"And of course, there's always Disneyland Park!"  See More

"Disney has a stable of "good neighbor" hotels that are less expensive than the Disneyland ParkDisneyland Hotel but offer many of the same benefits."  See More








   
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