Days Inn Suites Anaheim At Disneyland Park
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... I headed back to Disneyland on my own to indulge my passion for photography. I carried my (heavy) Digital SLR camera plus a telephoto lens all the way around the world so this was a great opportunity to use it so I "snapped" with glee and revelled in not feeling like I was holding anyone else up.
We all came together again to look around the Downtown Disney shopping area before returning to Disney California Adventure for the evening light show. Each night Disneyland has ...
... watch the kids watch a parade for the first time. At night there was a light show, which was lots of fun and a great way to end the day. Next day we were at Disneyland. This was so much busier but after our day out yesterday we had worked out the fast pass system and managed to get around just about everything we wanted to. I even went on the Matterhorn (had nightmares about this ride since riding it as a nine year old) Loved all the rides, and the kids ...
... these rides still amazes me. For those of you who don’t know the Cars ride takes you inside a mountain (so we are back in the dark again) and takes you on a journey through Cars town. When you come out the other side and back into the light another car pulls up beside you and races around the hills and mountains of radiator Springs. It was just amazing. Certainly would have done that again if we didn’t have to wait 50 minutes again!!
... room where the parents had a nap and the children used maps and tourist info from disney to plan an itinerary for tomorrow. Woke from my nap feeling like I was going to die. Tried really hard not to be snappy but I may have failed. I also may not have tried that hard. Went to a place called Tony Romas for dinner which seems to be some sort of bar/steakhouse setup. It also seems to have a copious supply of broccoli. The kids, ...
... the fabled Highway 1, the last road we'd take back to San Francisco. We stumbled across the Emma Wood State Beach and pulled in - thankfully they had a couple of bays free. Erin went solo up the beach and went for a dunk in the Pacific, I had a snooze. The pacific air was thick with bonfire smoke (every bugger had a fire going) but it was lovely to drop off to the sound of the Pacific lapping the shore and even nicer to wake to the same sound.