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8-18-2011 @ 7:37PM
to give the non so cal residents a taste of what the traffic is like, picture any theme park parking for as far as you can see all in 4 single file lines. it can be that bad, especially coming from LA. LA traffic is a nightmare. those times mentioned above for rush hour are the worst, with moderate traffic any other time of the day. there is no off period (except maybe 3-6 am) for LA traffic.i would highly recommend to fly into John Wayne since it is the closest, which means less traffic to deal with. from John Wayne its about 15 miles to the Anaheim Convention Center (and surround hotels) compared to 34 miles from LAX and 26 miles from Long Beach Airport.also, there is a much smaller airport 7 miles from the Anaheim Convention Center, which is Fullerton Airport. that airport does not do commercial flights, but if you happen to be a pilot, that would probably be your best bet if you happen to be flying yourself in.i deal with Orange County traffic daily, which is much easier to handle than LA traffic, so if you are coming from Long Beach or John Wayne, expect a bumpy but smooth ride. oh, and if you are coming from Long Beach, stay away from the 405... at all costs...good luck travelers and enjoy blizzcon this year, unfortunately i wont be attending, which wouldve been awesome since i'm 5 minutes away from where its held lol :D
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