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All reviewswafflesroom was cleanan industrial parkfree wififridge and microwaveminute drivebreakfast was includednear disneylandfront desk clerkknott's berry farmupon checkvisiting disneylandorange countyplacenciafreewaycerealmotel
We were disappointed that the pool was not available, and the tv was weird when we changed channels.
But the breakfast had many options and was well managed by attentive staff. It was quiet enough, clean, convenient and comfortable.
Needed a quick place to stay for a quick trip to Disney. Stayed 2 nights. About 12 minutes from disneylands parking lot and easy parking. Quiet area. Not any restaurants nearby and the closest Starbucks is about a mile away. The breakfast in the morning...More
Finding decent combinations within 20 minutes of Disneyland for under $100 can be a challenge. By no means is this place fancy it's very basic and it's in a Industrial Park type neighborhood. But the staff is friendly and helpful, the rooms are clean, the...More
Had a younger lady give me such attitude about checking in, when I had called prior to booking the hotel to insure I would be able to check in early due to a last min travel for a meeting for work. When I arrived the...More
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Having not studied entomology nor seen the bug myself, I could not guess what is was. However, bed bugs are often confused with carpenter beetles and other small insects. Since you were not bit, I seriously doubt it was a... More
Having not studied entomology nor seen the bug myself, I could not guess what is was. However, bed bugs are often confused with carpenter beetles and other small insects. Since you were not bit, I seriously doubt it was a bed bug. You should also consider that you found the bug in the bathroom.
Since bed bugs are only about the width of a credit card, they can squeeze into really small hiding spots. If a crack will hold a credit card, it could hide a bed bug. When not feeding, bed bugs hide in a variety of places. Around the bed, they can be found near the piping, seams and tags of the mattress and box spring, and in cracks on the bed frame and headboard.