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Looking for transportation to themeparks outside of Anaheim

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  • [Question] Looking for transportation to themeparks outside of Anaheim

    Can anyone provide me with links to websites where I could book tours that depart fom Anaheim to Parks like Sea World and Universal Studios that include transfers and tickets?
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    Re: Looking for transportation to themeparks outside of Anaheim

    Sorry to tell you this, but the most efficient option is to rent a car and buy a CityPass (3 days at DLr, two days elsewhere).

    Yes, we drive on the (technically) right side.

    OK, Grayline might be a good bet.

    Southern California Gray Line - Sightseeing Tours

    These depart somewhere in Anaheim (maybe a tour of the local hotels before heading out) go to destination, then leave at some predetermined time.

    These are pretty expensive, though I am pretty cheap.

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