Dreamlike universes awash in Mickey ears and Goofy lobes, the impeccably maintained parks of Disneyland serve as irresistible portals into the imagination and innovation of Walt Disney. Visitors from all walks of life converge on Disneyland to enjoy nostalgic entertainment in a wholly immersive environment.Although the perimeter of the Disneyland Resort lies just across West Katella Avenue from the Anabella, the entrance to the Disney campus is roughly a 10- to 15-minute walk from the hotel, whose concierge can also direct guests to a public shuttle to take guests to and from the parks all day ($4/adult and $1/child younger than 10). Complimentary trams shuttle visitors from the Mickey and Friends parking structure ($15/day) to a promenade guiding adventurers directly to the heart of the resort, where megaphones encourage each guest to enjoy the “happiest day of your life.” The nearby Downtown Disney District, a free outdoor promenade, serves as the jumping-off point for the separately ticketed Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. A Disneyland Park admission pass also includes access to the Disneyland Monorail. Even with Disney’s one-day park-hopper pass ($99–$105), it's impossible to see everything the parks have to offer, but ticket packages allow multi-day, multi-park memory-making opportunities that go beyond simple photo ops in front of the pink- and powder-blue façade of the Sleeping Beauty Castle. Complementing the Mickey meetings and classic attractions—such as Space Mountain, Indiana Jones Adventure, and It’s a Small World—of Disneyland Park is Disney California Adventure Park, “imagineered” and completed in 2001. Roughly the size of Disneyland Park and every bit as engaging and glamorous, DCA is geared for all ages and sports attractions such as The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, the California Screamin’ rollercoaster, and the Hollywood Pictures Backlot, an entire concourse dedicated to the behind-the-scenes experiences of making Disney movies. Unlike Disneyland and most public libraries, DCA sells beer and wine to patrons of age. Although Anaheim is undeniably influenced by Disneyland, a roughly 30-minute drive south traversing Beach Boulevard transports travelers to Huntington Beach, a 3.5-mile stretch of pristine shoreline on the Pacific Ocean. Free to the public and awe-inspiring to the eyes, Surf City is a West Coast surf hub close enough for a relaxing day trip and far enough to provide respite from theme-park tourists. Just off I-5 and 10 minutes by car from the Anabella Hotel, the Discovery Science Center ($17.95 for an adult admission, $12.95 for a child's admission) beckons visitors with its minimalist structure, kid-oriented exhibits, and interactive, educational fun. In nearby Garden Grove, Oggi’s Pizza & Brewing Co. plies palates with celebrated microbrews, pizzas, sandwiches, tacos, and other tasty treats from a massive, crowd-pleasing menu.