Extended StayAmerica Orange County - Anaheim Hills

1031 North Pacificenter Drive, Anaheim, California, 92806, United States
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Shuttle Transportation to Disneyland

by mjdjdd

Are there shuttles along Harber Blvd. from Dolphin Cove Resport to Disneyland? are they free and how often do they run? thanks very much

Re: Shuttle Transportation to Disneyland

by DueSer

There are city buses along Harbor Blvd but as for a shuttle, it would most likely be provided by the hotel itself so it's best to ask them. However, Orangewood & Harbor is just one block south of Katella & Harbor. It would only be about a 5 minute walk to get from the resort to Disneyland.

Re: Shuttle Transportation to Disneyland

by lmkluque

The last time I was in Anaheim, there were Disney Shuttle stops all over the place. I believe that they were free and ran about every half hour.

However, it is true that most hotels offer a free Disney Shuttle.

Re: Shuttle Transportation to Disneyland

by Camping_Girl

If your hotel does not have a free shuttle to Disneyland, then you will have to rely on public tranportation on the city bus or the ART shuttle. (Anaheim Resort Transit) An unlimited day pass on the ART is now $4 per adult. You can also get 3 and 5 day passes. It is a great option for getting around Anaheim, as the ART shuttles service other areas - such as The Block at Orange and Anaheim Stadium. here's a link to their website:

http://www.rideart.org/index.php?loc=1

Be sure to check out my Anaheim page for plenty of tips on Disney.

Re: Shuttle Transportation to Disneyland

by listenandlearn

Disneyland shuttle buss runs in a matter of every 30 minutes.It goes from one major hotel to the next, as it enters Disneyland front of Harbor Blvd. (facing Ihop) you will notice on the opposite road another Disneyland shuttle getting ready to make his guests route pick up. I forgot the website of the schedule and location pick-up but here is one of the general telephone local numbers of Disneyland, do ring them and request to be transfered at the customer service and they will update you the exact hour which the shuttle passes your hotel. Do ring them(714) 781-4000. Your asking if it's free "YES! YES! the Disneyland shuttle pick up from hotel to the park is free as well as from Disney to your hotel is also FREE OF CHARGE! In addition to the above, remember there is a Disneyland shuttle pick-up, from LAX airport on to Disneyland Hotel or Disneyland Grand Hotel, these shuttle is not free but mind you, it is certainly so much cheaper than any other public shuttle bus. We used the Disneyland Airport shuttle bus about a year ago and it cost per person only one way only $16.00. Again, use the same telephone number which is (714) 781-4000 for exact and more accurate hours. HAVE A GREAT TIME IN DISNEYLAND! Foods inside the parks costs so much more and since you are allowed to bring your own lunch or snacks why not prepare ahead, guests are also allowed to bring their drinks, but do pay attention: please make sure you do not bring any drink in a glass bottle, ...GLASS BOTTLES ARE NOT PERMITTED inside the parks (these is for the guests safe sake). Make sure your liquids or your sodas are in plastic bottles containers. HAVE A MAGICAL DAY...as everyone says while inside the happiest place on earth!

Travel Tips for Anaheim

FastPass

by Fewf

Disneyland quickly got a reputation that you're paying a lot of money to mostly stand in line. They now offer FastPasses for the rides with the longest queues. Just come to the ride, but instead of getting in line, go to the FastPass machine and slide in your admission ticket. Out slides your FastPass, and in the time interval on your FastPass, you can come and stand in the shorter FastPass line and avoid the wait. Thank you, Disneyland, for this wonderful addition. Highly recommended.

Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Splash Mountain)

by rmlopez74

Splash Mountain first opened in Disneyland back in July of 1989 and is by far the greatest ride in Critter Country. It is a definite must, especially on hot days. You don't get soaked on the ride, but it will get you wet enough to cool you down a bit.

Splash Mountain is based on the characters from the movie "Song of the South", released by Disney back in 1946. The original movie was a combination of live action and animation, which was one of the first of it's kind. The movie had an elderly man, Uncle Remus, telling stories to children about Brer Rabbit and his friends. As the stories were told by the live action actors, they would unfold in typical Disney animation. A great movie if you get to see it. The ride is a somewhat disjointed collection of different scenes about Brer Rabbit taken from the movie.

All this culminates in a 52 foot drop at a 45 degree angle. Quite a plunge. And it is here that you will most likely get wet. A great ride for young and old alike. The ride has a lot of detail in the various scenes. It is really nicely done.

Fast Pass System

by Camping_Girl

Certain rides in DL & DCA belong to the Fastpass system. (FP) The maps they hand out as you enter the parks will outline which rides are in the FP system, and signs at each participating ride will let you know how long your anticipated wait time is, both with and without a FP. The FPs really cut your waiting times in the parks. The trick is knowing how to make the most of them.

The most important part is that you can only hold 1 FP from each park (ie: DL & DCA) at a time. What does that mean? Well, when you get a FP (which is done by inserting your park pass into the FP machine nearby to each participating ride), it will have a return time on it. This return time is the time at which your FP is usable. Until that return time you cannot get another FP for another ride in that park. Your FP will be valid for 2 hours from the return time. But don't worry about the expiry time; you can use them at any time after the start time shown. As the day progresses, the return time on FPs often gets later and later. For example, if you get a FP for Indiana Jones at 9 am, the return time will probably be around 10 am. But if you get a FP for this ride at 3pm, the return time is likely to be after 7 pm. So, if you get a FP first thing in the morning you should be able to get another one for a different ride within an hour or so. If you wait until things are busy in the afternoon to get one, you likely will not be able to get a second one for another ride until evening. By grabbing a couple of them early in the day you can use them whenever you need to that day.

The best rides to get FP for are: in DL - get FP for Space Mtn or Nemo as soon as you arrive in the morning and then proceed to either Space Mtn or Matterhorn to ride. By the time you are finished you will probably be able to make your way to Indy or Splash Mtn and get a FP for that ride as well. Then return any time after that & use your FP for these rides to get on with a reduced waiting time. In DCA - get FP for Soarin as soon as you enter the park. Proceed to Tower of Terror and ride. Grab another FP for either this ride or Grizzly River Rapids or Screamin when you're finished. Note, you will not need FP for GRR or Splash Mtn on chilly days.

Keep in mind also that some very popular rides (such as Soarin) often stop issuing FP by as early as noon on very busy days. Also, each person in your group must get their own FP with their own admission pass. You can send one person from your group to obtain all the FPs for your group, while the rest stand in line somewhere else, if it's really busy. Note, there are separate lines for people with FPs at all rides so don't get in the regular line up.

BYOW-Bring Your Own Water!

by marinarena

Very simply put- bring your own water, in a bottle or canteen. You will need it especially during the summer at D-Land. No one at the entrances gives a visitor grief because of bringing in outside water. Don't give in to paying $3 for bottled water here! This money could be used towards Mickey Mouse ears :-P !

New Orleans Square Oasis

by Hopkid

Yes, the Disney Gallery is a place to shop as well but something that may not be known about is that there it can be a nice oasis to remove oneself from the mayhem and hordes that are typical along the streets of New Orleans Square. Go up the stairs directly above the entrance to the Pirates of the Caribbean and go the right upon entering. You'll see a doorway that opens up onto a terrace with a few tables and chairs. The terrace overlooks the street out front and the Rivers of America beyond. You can take a load off and rest your ailing dogs while watching the "guests" flow by as well as the Columbia and the Mark Twain.

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Address: 1031 North Pacificenter Drive, Anaheim, California, 92806, United States