The Comfort Inn & Suites Anaheim, Disneyland Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Pixar Parade because as it's been stated, I am obsessed with Inside Out and Sadness and they were in the parade.
Then we left since we had dinner plans that night and needed to shower and such.
I rode almost all the rides I wanted to ride except the Cars one since it had a 90+ minute wait and no fast pass and the Monsters Inc one, which had broken down.
I didn't really enjoy California Adventure as much as Disneyland... It just didn't ...
... taking a spin on a ladybugs back! After this we went to see another 'Frozen' production which was very different to yesterdays but just as amazing. And for the first time ever we were able to sit in the front row which was so great being able to see everything without have to dodge around people. The actors are fantastic and also very funny. After this we found another stage which had all different kinds of performances such as an orchestra, dancers, ...
... traffic to our familiar Glendale mall. The freeways are still really rough although Angus found it interesting that they have done some asphalt overlays on the concrete decks. Jesus served us in T-Mobile, which was nice. Back linked in to the ‘net we went to the food hall and got our first bite to eat of cchilli cheese fries and a California Sub. We actually got two serves between the four of us. With a few hours to kill ...
... s tire shop. The animatronics in this ride were absolutely amazing, even better than the "Pirates of the Caribbean" one yesterday. Every "Cars" character was there, full size, talking, driving, bouncing around on hydraulics, blinking and all the rest. It was like stepping straight into the animated movie. Another car of people then pulled up beside us and we "raced" on the Radiator Springs outdoor track, which was pretty exhilarating, but too short of a race!
... lovely duet of "Fat Bottom Girls," a Queen classic, while Alex showed us up with his actual singing talents. On Sunday morning, we got some hefty lox bagels at The Bagel Broker, a New York style bagelry, and then went to watch our Broncos play Alex's 49ers in a preseason match up. Unfortunately we did this at an SF bar among fans only donning red, psyched to see the new stadium, and not so psyched to learn about our Denver origins. We were happy that the Broncos won, ...