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... a hero (other than his mum of course) which in the era of i-Pads means since he was around 9 months old!
We’re early arrivals in the Park – even after checking in to the Disneyland Hotel and depositing our 16 pieces of luggage with the bellman (just as well we’re only here for one night) we’re inside soon after 9 am. Our tickets actually allow us early entry – at 7 am – so the crowds are already building up with ...
... on reception at our hotel we decided to get the 'park hopper' ticket which is access to both parks. Most people spend a whole week doing these theme parks so we were really pushing it to try and squeeze them both in one day! We decided to start our day at California Adventure Park and knock this one off before heading over to Disneyland Park where we would spend the late afternoon and evening. As expected, the park was absolute chaos with people ...
This morning we joined Chip n Dale for a Character Breakfast in Storytellers Cafe in our hotel. I was happy to see one of my favorite characters, Dale. After breakfast we took the back way into Disney's California Adventure. It is actually connected to the hotel we are staying in.
Our first stop was a behind the scenes tour of the ride Soaring. We went behind the ride to watch how it ran and then got to ride it. Too many ...
... the park and the game and stuff. After lunch we left disneyland and went over to California Adventure. We began by going to pacific wharf and paradise pier areas. Pacific wharf is mainly a food area so we just walked through it on the way to paradise pier. Pacific wharf is connected by a bridge to paradise pier. We walked through the paradise pier area but only went on the carousel. Toy story had a long wait and the other ...
... a local bus 43 to Chapman Ave and saw the Target signage. The fare was $2 each. The store was huge but DS has the ability to suss out the aisle where the cards are stored. Lo and behold his eyes lit up and he said this was a great store. We left Target with a box of Joey Wheeler Yu Gi Oh cards and a sense of triumph in our veins.
Wed 8 Jan
What is it about Disneyland that attracts kids of all ages? It took us about 10 minutes to get to the entrance of the ...