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It All Started With A Bunch of Grapes

08 January, 2014: Before 1857, there was no such place as Anaheim, CA. All that was there was a large parcel of land that came to be known as Rancho San Juan Cajon de Santa Ana which was owned then by Juan Pacifico Ontiveros. By 1857, however, groups of German-Americans bought the land for $2 per acre in order to grow grapes. This would soon come to be Anagheim. Although the settlers did not have much experience in growing grapes, they were able to create a flourishing wine-making trade. The rest, as they say, is history.

Today, Anaheim is considered to be the most populated city in the Orange County. It is also home to a number of scenic and tourist spots, including The Grove of Anaheim, the Anaheim Convention Center, the Angel Stadium of Anaheim, the Honda Center, which was formerly known as the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim, and the Dad Miller Golf Course, among other scenic spots.

With so many place to visit, a day or two might just not be enough. What most would suggest is at least a week of stay at Anaheim. You can make this possible by booking yourself in any of the hotels in Anaheim California. Econo Lodge North Anaheim California is one of the hotel Anaheim California has that you might want to take into consideration.

Guests of Econo Lodge North Anaheim California can take advantage of such amenities as free continental breakfast, access to cable TV with HBO, free wireless Internet connection, and use of the out Hotels near Anaheim Convention Center door heated pool. Each of the rooms also come with coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, and hair dryer.

For more information about Econo Lodge North Anaheim, visit http://www.dodbusopps.com/56160/23.htm. A quick reservation form can be found at the home page of the said website. This would allow you to easily book a room without having to leave the comfort of your home.

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Econo Lodge North Anaheim California
2691 West La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA, US, 92801
Phone: (714) 826-8100

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