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Nestled at the heart of Orange County, the city of Cypress is a popular LA getaway that offers close access to downtown’s charm alongside the family-friendly excitement of Anaheim’s theme parks. Whether you’re traveling to the area as a family or simply trying to enjoy a moment alone, you’ll be sure to get what you’re looking for by simply opening your eyes. Do so as soon as arrive for pick up from LGB, getting a ride from a nearby shuttle while looking forward to far-out oddities.


Be aware of every moment by making sure you get enough rest, something easy to come by if you give yourself plenty of time to not think about time. Book the room of your dreams by driving along Lincoln Avenue, home to low-cost relaxation and unique stays including Cypress Suites and Cloud 9 Motel. For something more quiet and with a scenic backdrop, head down Valley View Street for upscale options that include Hyatt House Cypress and Courtyard by Marriott Cypress, both of which offer on-site restaurants and close access to the Anaheim Convention Center.


Give yourself the gift of pure relaxation by knowing what it takes to remember a trip, whether it’s in the form of getting some sun by the pool or enjoying the local cuisine. Try your luck at Los Alamitos Race Course, open on weekends for live horse races and home to savory restaurants sure to give you the kick your day needs. Do something the whole family can enjoy by going theme park hopping, starting with the kiddy coasters at Adventure City and working your way up to the old-fashioned rides at Knott’s Berry Farm, a particularly iconic park known for its famous fried chicken and close access to Disneyland.
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