La Casa del Camino
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- Continental Breakfast
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... people mover. It took us from terminal D where we arrived and went through customs to our departure terminal C. We grabbed a quick dinner and hopped onto our last flight into LAX. Surprisingly it was pouring rain in LA due to the remnants of a Pacific hurricane. A shuttle took us from the airport to our door. Happily we were greeted by Roxy the cat at the door. She seemed happy that we were home, and so were ...
... an awkward photo taken with him. There was also a meet-and-greet for Captain America, who was actually quite short in person - Jordan was taller than him! Lastly came the ASIMO Robot presentation where we saw a smart robot speak, jump, run, walk up and down stairs, kick a soccer ball and even dance. It is amazing how people have created robots that are so human-like.
The Disneyland Parade was in the early evening, massive floats, many characters and dancers. We are quite lucky ...
... the queue waiting just in case they issued fast passes anyway. Not us, we were straight off to do some rides today.
Stepha wanted to do the Hollywood Tower (a bit like our giant drop but not as scary, short drops and quick take offs upwards) so we went around and did that followed by California Screaming. While Steph and I were on the Hollywood Tower Blacky and Aaron we and did a more sedate ride with Sully from Monsters Inc
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... to detail in every little thing. From the rides themselves to the announcements, decorations along the queues and food. The day went past in a whirl of rides, music and Disney characters. (Oh and sore feet from lots of walking!) By the end we felt like we'd been here for many days instead of 16 hours. We're pleased to say we felt like we achieved everything we wanted, minus a show we missed which Nomes was sad about as it was a theatre production of 'Tangled' ...
... to do a few rides while there were no queues including Goofys flying school roller coaster, Ariels ride and the rocket and Silly Symphony Swings. We also did the Bugs Life land rides which were mainly kids rides. A big hit was the Disney Junior stage show (including Doc McStuffins which Ruby loves at the moment) and the Aladdin show which was excellent. We headed back to ...