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Disneyland

We stayed a different RV park than we normally stay at when we are here. We decided to try one closer to the park. We chose the Anaheim RV Village. It was walking distance from Disneyland and had excellent facilities and very good prices. You get to see the fireworks at Disneyland every night from your RV in the park.

http://www.anaheimrvvillage.com/

We decided to pay for one day park hopper tickets at $110/ea. 

That got us into the park at 8am and out by midnight in both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park. Below are a few pictures and links to videos I uploaded to You Tube.

 

Entrance to the Park

Main Street Disneyland

Toy Soldier Drummers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOJqZs8XnuY

 

It's A Small World

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8K78ApcePM

 

Orleans Street

Haunted Mansion

View of Disneyland from the train

Hollywood Backlot

Very large Christmas ornaments!!!

California Adventure Land

View from the ferris wheel

Nighttime in California land

The Disneyland Christmas Parade

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LnABT2briM&feature=youtu.be

 

John and I headed for El Centro after LA. We stayed at a very nice Rv park called SunBeam Lake RV Resort

http://sunbeamlake.com/

We made a quick trip across the border into Mexico and saw some of the city of Mexicali. We went to their huge mall. Quoted from Wikipedia:

"Plaza La Cachinilla Mexicali"

Plaza La Cachinilla Mexicali is sure to be one of the largest shopping mall there is to be found in the entire municipality of Mexicali. This humongous, modern construction seems out of place in a city where old Spanish missions and bullfighting arenas aplenty are situated. However, it offers a temptingly cool and lively haven to those who dislike the hot weather of Mexican outdoors. Inside Plaza La Cachanilla, there are rows upon rows of popular stores of clothes, furniture, shoes, toys, electronics and other items along side stores selling unique objects, most of which can only be bought in Mexicali. Whether you feel like buying a brand new set of designer bikinis for the beach or a case of local tequila concoctions, Plaza La Cachanilla is the shopping mall to be.

 

Back to Palm Springs for Christmas and New Years. We head out mid January and plan on staying a week in San Diego and a week in Quartzite dry camping.

 

 

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