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Vacations and World Travel Visiting our beautiful city? Come stay at the Arbutus Vista - Vancouver's Bed & Breakfast.
How was your trip? Which tour packages would you recommend/avoid? Must do's and must eats? Share tips, photos and experiences with other senior RS members who just want to get away..

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Old 07-28-2016, 12:59 PM   #1
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Disneyland Packages?

Trying to find packages to disney for 2 ppl in september. Flight / Hotel / Passes (and car if possible)

anyone have recommendations for websites to check out? I tried expedia but no passes on the site?
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that's a great secret date spot,
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If you plan on going to the other parks, just book flight + hotel and buy a CityPass.
Southern California CityPASS
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If you plan on going to the other parks, just book flight + hotel and buy a CityPass.
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thought about that, how far drive is san diego from LA / Anaheim?? Might plan a hotel near disney thats close to both
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I booked through Expedia. No crazy deals to be had. Got to buck up for Disney. Sadly I booked when our dollar was even weaker. Almost 5k for flight, hotel and 3 day passes for a family of 5 and my youngest was free
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Booked a WestJet Vacation package via Flight Centre last October. 3 night, 4 days for $1600 for two. This included flights from YVR to LAX, pick up and drop off (shuttle van) to and from LAX, Hotel, 3 Day Park Pass (admission for 3 parks on 3 days, we did Cali Adv. and then twice to DL). Booked like a month in advance, so don't know if its on the cheaper or expensive side.
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thought about that, how far drive is san diego from LA / Anaheim?? Might plan a hotel near disney thats close to both
i did the city pass 2 years ago. it looks like it is lego land instead of universal now
drive is not that bad to san diego. about 2 hours if i remember correctly.

found tickets at orbitz.com. booked with air canada since it was the cheapest. probably the last time I will book with air canada. return flight was on air canada rouge and it was the worse flight i had. as the seats from small and cramped with limited leg room.

booked a shuttle to hotel from LAX. walked to avis to get the car rental since it was down the street. so don;t need to pay for the airport fee. i did seaworld on sunday, universal on monday, returned the car and disneyland for 3 days straight after since i figured there would be less people at disneyland during weekdays

i stayed at a hotel across the street from disney so its a short walk to the gates each day. can always hang out at downtown disney each day as the close late and don't need a pass.

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The drive sucks. Much rather go to Legoland the day before you leave and stay there for the night.
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i did the city pass 2 years ago. it looks like it is lego land instead of universal now
drive is not that bad to san diego. about 2 hours if i remember correctly.

found tickets at orbitz.com. booked with air canada since it was the cheapest. probably the last time I will book with air canada. return flight was on air canada rouge and it was the worse flight i had. as the seats from small and cramped with limited leg room.

booked a shuttle to hotel from LAX. walked to avis to get the car rental since it was down the street. so don;t need to pay for the airport fee. i did seaworld on sunday, universal on monday, returned the car and disneyland for 3 days straight after since i figured there would be less people at disneyland during weekdays

i stayed at a hotel across the street from disney so its a short walk to the gates each day. can always hang out at downtown disney each day as the close late and don't need a pass.
Might do this..... sounds smart but lego land over universal studios now...
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thought about that, how far drive is san diego from LA / Anaheim?? Might plan a hotel near disney thats close to both
LA to SD is roughly a 3-4 hour drive but it highly depends on the traffic. It was one of the main reasons why we skipped SD when we were in LA
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LA to SD is roughly a 3-4 hour drive but it highly depends on the traffic. It was one of the main reasons why we skipped SD when we were in LA
Anaheim is much closer to San Diego and is only about 1.5 hour drive. Even LA-SD is 2 hours if you go outside of peak traffic.

Go visit it if you have a chance. It's a much more laid back kind of city and gives off a Vancouver vibe. There's Seaworld, Coronado Beach, The Zoo and Their Gaslamp District is like a way nicer version of our Granville St. Entertainment district.

On the way back to the LA metro area you can hit up Temecula on I-15 (instead of back on I-5) which has a nice "wild west" vibe and tons of cool antique stores.
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Last time we went we flew into San Diego spent 3 days there did the zoo and some other shit then drove to Anaheim for Disney. I really like San Diego, I have a good friend that lives in Murietta which is near Temecula so we stop there as well.

I plan on going again sometime next year, I'll probably book it around Xmas for the Spring and give it to my wife & son as a Christmas gift/Surprise. Let us know what/where you book I'd like to hear some feedback for when I book my trip.
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