Next Stop: Vegas :)
We found a hotel in Anaheim that was pretty nice and a kitchenette, which we wanted because we stayed there for about a week. They were having a special where you buy a night and get a night free, so we got 6 nights for the price of 3. Not bad. And our little "hacienda" looked like it came straight out of old Mexico. In a good way.
Steve had appointments set up to meet with doctors all over the LA area. Most days he took the car and we hung out in our little room.
The girls liked the balcony a lot. We started to get a little batty toward the end, so we found a park to go to one morning that Steve was free.
It was probably the strangest looking park I've ever been to. It had a massive concrete bridge/pathway that stretched the length of the park. And the outside of the park looked like a gravel pit (only it was solid concrete, not a pile of gravel). We decided it would be the perfect park to play hide and seek in.
After being in LA for a week, we decided that, although the weather is nice, the traffic is horrible and we wouldn't want to have to deal with commuting through it.
To be continued. . .