You might think Disney has had enough of theme parks, but there's also a small shopping mall that has brands that make up a large part of the Anaheim Resort District in Orange County, California. Outlets Orange is run by Simon Malls and is the place where everything from Nike to Victoria's Secret is offered. There are 7-Eleven Basic Care stores in the Resort District of Anaheim, so save time and energy for a trip to Knott's Berry Farm.
Just off I-5, just north of Anaheim, is Outlets Orange, home to some of the biggest names including Target, Walmart, Home Depot and other major retailers. My pick for this outlet is Georgia Restaurant, which serves Southern food, including fried chicken from the South, biscuits with gravy, hot dogs and more. It's been around since the 1930s and is a safe way to calm your post - ride shake. American experience is just part of it, but even if you're not known for throwing, you're always in the stands.
Disney California Adventure Park is Disneyland Park, where you will find the Sleeping Beauty Castle, the Magic Kingdom and the War of the Worlds. Although this park offers much more frightening rides than Disney's, it is a place for real roller coasters. You certainly feel like you've taken the first step into a bigger world when you arrive at war. Disney merchandise You will want to buy everything from Disney toys and accessories to Disney movies and merchandise.
Ask at the information terminal for information and you will receive a booklet offering a further 10% discount on many brands, or ask at the information terminal.
The biggest bargain was in the huts, where the new season of Ray-Bans made a third less sales, while DKNY made handbags 50% cheaper and DKY handbags a third cheaper. The highlight, however, was the traditional four-hour wobble, which was exciting enough to inspire us once more for more. The time spent hanging dragged us up and down, plunged us down through five turns and then took off again to hurl us around what seemed to me to be an old, fashionable, gentle roller coaster. It was impossible to jelly surprisingly - leggy, although we were on board to turn the corner, but it was still impossible not to leave with a smile on your face and a sense of satisfaction at what had been such a good ride.
It was a few minutes of fun spinning and spinning through space, but I didn't expect a massive adrenaline rush, so I didn't expect it to hit me like that.
The main excursions worth queuing up for are Soarin'Around the World, which takes you to the Egyptian pyramids and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Race in the Cadillac Range, where you can drive a Cadillac on a fast track. After leaving town for a while, you can visit neighboring cities such as San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Jose, all of which feature roller coasters and water parks, by train or car. You can take the express bus to Disneyland, although it is a fairly slow and direct ride. The shuttle stops several times and takes you directly to your hotel.
If you rent a car or take a taxi, the journey time to SNA is about 20-30 minutes, depending on the traffic situation. If you do not choose the shuttle or train from the airport to your destination, the journey by car from the airport to the hotel can take 20 minutes to an hour.
Los Angeles and San Diego can be reached from Anaheim via Amtrak, Metrolink and Anaheim stations. Amtrak and MetroLink provide access to the Anaheim train station, located at the intersection of Anaheim Boulevard and Van Nuys Avenue in downtown Anaheim. If you fly to Anaheim, you will arrive at Wayne Air Force Base, which is about 30 minutes from the airport.
Shuttle service provides access to area tourist attractions including the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim International Airport, Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau and other attractions.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is by far the largest airport in the area, but the closest commercial airport is Long Beach Airport, or LGB, followed by Orange County Airport in Santa Ana and San Bernardino Airport. While transit connections to Disneyland are good, Anaheim Resort Transportation will take you to many popular tourist destinations, while the Orange County Transit Authority provides bus services to the city and surrounding area. IHG also has cosy hotels for those who stay in neighbouring cities, which will keep you close to your main destination.
These hotels offer all the amenities of a holiday, from fully equipped kitchens to a full-service bar, dining area and spa.
Staying in the Anaheim Resort District means being close to the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim International Airport and the Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau. The area is also kept up to date with the latest news and information on the city's events, attractions, hotels and restaurants.