BEST WESTERN PLUS Raffles Inn & Suites
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... Inc, It's a Grubs Life (or something like that), Toy Story and more. There were people on trapezes and all sorts of fantastic music and we felt like little kids all over again. We had tea at Flos V8 Cafe which was most delicious. I had barbecued spare ribs with mashed potatoes and coleslaw - yummy. Phillip had a turkey roll with spiral pasta salad. It was a great ending to our 3 days at Anaheim Disneyland and are so glad we came. Good on you Walt ...
... br> We went to the "Innovations Center" which featured futuristic machines and gaming, including meet-and-greets with Marvel heroes and the Honda ASIMO Robot presentation. We waited for ages in a line for a Thor thing that I thought was going to be a 3D movie or something, but it actually turned out to be an awkward meet-and-take-pictures-with-Thor sort of deal. He got a little boy to try and lift his hammer (only after placing it on the obviously magnetized spot of course), then ...
... went and watched the Aladdin Show in the Hyperion Theater. It was fantastic. The singing and dancing was amazing but the Genie was the stand-out. He was so funny.
After the show it was was 6pm so we got a FastPass for The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and whilst we waited we went on the Monsters Inc - Mike and Sully to the Rescue and then back on the Silly Symphony Swings.
We were heading back to the Tower ...
... had watermelon. We came home in time for a swim and spa then our great day was topped off by watching the Disneyland fireworks, from the comfort of our hotel balcony. Today we have had breakfast, had a swim and a spa (Mikayla and I), packed our huge amount of luggage and are now packing up to leave Anaheim, on to LA for the afternoon. A real sad day, nearly the end of our adventure... but happy to see all our lovely friends and family and beautiful NZ again soon. ...
... don't know at RidemakerZ you build your own toy car. You choose the body and then the base and then you add all the extra bits. Motors, wheels, rims, side pipes, street glow, wheelie bars and whatever else you think you need to make your car just right. Both the boys came out with a smile on their faces so it must have been fun!
Steph and I on the other hand were next door at Build a bear! This was our first build a bear so a whole ...