Cortona Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort
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... any place where you can be better check any prejudice about Americans? I believe not. The average American is overweighted and badly dressed, to say it mildly. And they don't care looking silly with artificial mice ears and using wheelchairs for slight disabilities. BUT on the positive side, you can just be as you like to be, nobody cares. And yes, there is the other 5% non-fat American's that have muscles all over place and are ...
... to ride the Jungle Cruise. This was one of Matthew's favorite rides. He made sure to point out all the animals to make sure we didn't miss any. Our skipper was funny too, he had good delivery. We also got to meet Aladdin in Adventureland. I got to hug him. Yes, I know I'm 23, I still get excited to touch Aladdin.
From this point, Mom and I went to Fantasy Faire, one of the newer attractions at Disneyland. It looks like a big pink circus tent, and inside they reenact ...
Dad got up early and went and got some water from the pharmacy across the road.
When he came back the Girls had woken. With everyone now up and about we got ready and headed up for the buffet breakfast. At breakfast Jesse & Hannah made a list of the rides they each wanted to do again or do for the first time. After breakfast, with the list completed, we went back to the room, finished getting ready, put on the sun cream (Yay) and headed ...
... was more about banking and looping, I enjoyed it.
3) Space Mountain
Scary Factor: 2 - "Whoa"
Fun Factor: 5 - "Wheeeee"
Wait Ungodly (75+ Minutes)
The only thing better than a roller coaster, is a roller coaster in the dark, in air conditioning, and with techno blasting at you. That's space mountain. It's not as crazy as California Screaming, but it's a ...
... blue knights cheer squad. Unfortunately we were quickly ushered into our seating. We were a big group of 23 but we didn't really get a chance to talk with any of the other people in our group as we were seated in rows facing the arena. Dinner consisted of tomato soup with garlic bread, chicken and potato and corn. We weren't given any cutlery and ate with our hands just like in medieval times. We watched some jousting where our knight was ...