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Travel Blogs from Anaheim
... the amazing, daily fireworks over Disneyland - getting into the mood for the next day. Day 20: Disneyland! The origin of all fun parks was a bit of mixed bag for us. The park is made for younger children without any truly thrilling rides, it has 50'000 people per day in a park that is half the size of Europapark and you pay twice the price. It is "OK" - not more not less, the best part was maybe the parade and definitly watching people. ...
... that day, but we managed to convince her it would be OK. So we boarded the jungle boat and took the ride. The ride was enjoyed by all, until we came across the Pirhana's, which gave Mum & Hannah a fright. The girls enjoyed it so much and the line was still short so we rode it a second time. We made our way back to Main Street and upon checking the time, realised it was 11:15 and with the Paint The Night Parade due to start shortly, decided to stay ...
... a log and a river. You float down it without a seat belt. That means it can't be too scary, right?
4) California Screamin'
Scary Factor: 4 - "Hold on to your Fedora"
Fun Factor: 5 - "Wheee"
Wait: Medium (30 minutes)
This was my first coaster with an upside down loop. I didn't care for the big drops down at the start (that fear of heights), but once ...
We arrived at Disney Saturday morning and managed to check into our hotel early which was a bonus!. We are staying at the Ayres hotel about 3km away from Disney which is great because we are away from all the madness!. This hotel is really nice and quiet. We purchased our Disneyland tickets on Saturday then went and watched the new movie tomorrowland in downtown Disney. We ate at the Cheesecake Factory then ...
... spacious room with separate bathroom, I grabbed my camera and headed first to the downstairs Starbucks for a Cafe Latte (to go) and a tasty sandwich, then headed straight over to the Anaheim Convention Center to eat me lunch while watching the workmen complete putting up the banners for the event. After loitering around the Convention Center for awhile I headed back to the hotel to unpack some of my clothes and my costume in preparation for the coming week of activities. ...
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