Little Boy Blue Motel

416 West Katella Avenue, Anaheim, California, 92802, United States
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Tour Suggestions

by Micmarie

We are making our first trip to Anaheim and area in Feb. Two adults and 3 children age 8 13 and 16. Can anyone recommend a good tour company to take us o areas outside of Anaheim such as Universal Studios ,Knotts Berry Farm,and The Citadel Shopping Outlet? My husband refuses to rent a car as hates the traffic.

RE: Tour Suggestions

by lmkluque

KnottsBerry Farm is in the next city over, but just a few miles from Disneyland and shouldn't be much of a problem getting to. I suggest you check with your hotel. They usually have pamplets that offer tours to most of these places, sometimes the hotel itself will offer the transportation.

Hope this helps,
Linda

RE: Tour Suggestions

by southofla

If you have a hotel in Anaheim then you can take a Shuttle to Universal Studios. You just need to purchase the full price ticket from them and they provide a bus ride up there.

http://themeparks.universalstudios.com/hollywood/website/vi_freeshuttle.html

Depending on what his idea of traffic is. Outside of the Rush Hours traffic in OC is not bad. However, the I-5 is pretty bad consistantly between the 91(Knotts) and the Citadel which is in LA County.

Knotts and the Citadel are relativly close so you might want to check if your Hotel has a Shuttle to them. If not you can check out someone like Greyline. They provide tours to these places.

http://anaheimsightseeing.com/

Hope this helps.

RE: Tour Suggestions

by cnilson

Everyone has had good advice so far. The only thing I would add is that depending on the type of outlet shopping you're used to, The Citadel might not be worth the trip. It's on the small side, and (in my opinion) the shops there don't have the best deals. If you're determined to outlet shop, though, it's about the only option in LA without driving out to Palm Springs.

Travel Tips for Anaheim

People Mover

by b1bob

Clint and I didn't know what we wanted to do despite going through nearly all the park. We finally settled on the People Mover which gave us a relaxing view of Tomorrowland as we figured out what to do next. Between my 1995 and 1996 visits, the People Mover was discarded.

Enjoy a local craving!

by marinarena

Having a Carls Jr treat in the home of Carl!

Anaheim is the physical and sentimental headquarters of the beloved Carls Jr fast food restaurants. The founding family of the chain restaurant, the Karchers, is quite famous locally with the late patriach Carl Karcher, having appeared on advertisements.

Carls Jr is popular along with McDonalds, Burker King, Jack in the Box and other fast food restaurants with hamburgers as the main menu item. Burgers from Carls are charboiled and fairly distinct in overall taste (at least burger lovers here do tell a difference!).

There are at least three Carls Jr restaurants in Anaheim and several throughout California. The one closest to the Carls Jr headquarters is at 401 Carl Karcher Way.

Alllow a little indulgence of mine here :-) :

Nowadays, I rarely order a burger, but every now and then I go for one. Much more though, I love to get the Santa Fe chargrilled chicken sandwich, arguably the best, close to gourmet chicken sandwich one can get at a fast food joint! Though much on a fast food menu is not so healthy, one has to give some kudos for this sandwich to be featured. For one, the bun is wheat bread over white. Also, the chargrilled children is better than the greasy fried chicken. Lastly, it has a big grilled green chile for the southwest "Sante Fe" flavor. There is a zesty southwest sauce and cheese added to it as well but the cheese can be left out and the sandwich still has great flavor.

I kept wondering why my...

by BuickMackane

I kept wondering why my cousins kept stopping at the water fountains at Disneyland because they weren't drinking fountains. It was explained to me that it's the local custom to splash yourself with the water from the fountains in order to keep cool while walking around. I learned something new!

On Parking!

by marinarena

If you are coming to Edison field for an Angel game or another event, park outside of the stadium lots, in areas across State College Blvd. Outside lots are always cheaper, about $5 less or so. If you want to arrive to the stadium for even less, come by bus (OCTA bus 50) or by (Amtrak) train which is just steps away from the stadium. Bring a hat or buy a bright red one just before the game starts. Also, sunshades and sunblock becuase the sun can be strong during the summer baseball season

Try the Ferris Wheel at Night!

by rmlopez74

On the California Boardwalk section of Disney's California adventure there is a huge 16 Story tall ferris wheel called "The Sun Wheel". There are two sets of cars, one stationary, the others swing and slide around. (if you have kids, or a mildly week stomach, stick with the stationary) But the real secret to this one is to wait until after dark to go on. The views from 16 stories up are amazing! You can see all the way out to the beach!

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Address: 416 West Katella Avenue, Anaheim, California, 92802, United States