Fairfield Inn Anaheim Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more. At night they had a parade but we didn't watch it at the end. We both got a souvenir which was a Disneyland 60th Anniversary badge and a t-shirt. I got one with a star trooper from Star Wars.
... d be able to see World of Color and then dart back over to Disneyland to catch the Paint the Night Parade, which had been canceled two days in a row due to rain.
We got to California Adventure at around 8:15, just 15 minutes passed opening. As we were walking in, it greatly resembled Hollywood Studios. The architecture resembled Hollywood Boulevard and a lot of the buildings were labeled with old-style marquees. The first goal of the day was to get fastpasses for ...
... parade, which I'm sure was awesome, but I had much better things to do with my time... like ride rides.
We walked right onto Buzz Lightyear's Space Adventure, which was a target shooting game, that both Justin and I had fun in. Then we waited about an hour for Space Mountain, but totally worth the wait. I think it turned out to be Justin's favorite ride, techno music and all, and we rode it several times throughout the day we were there.
Day 2 We arrived at Disneyland at 8am. We ran straight to Space mountain, because it is the best rated ride. I thought it was really cool and fun. We then looked around and went on as many rides as we could. We went on a steamboat it was slow but cool. My next favourite ride after space mountain was Big thunder mountain, it was fast and twisting and turning the whole time. I also went on so many rides which were very fun. We were very ...
... We love a free museum. Took a step back in time and toured the hacienda, enjoyed the cactus garden (find BJ) and had fun with the year 3 and 4 students who were on a field trip. Had our first Spanish lesson as the children delighted in teaching us the basics of Spanish. Three of the #Fab5 were instantly in teacher mode. (Have to admit we rejected a visit to the Chinese-American museum because they wanted to charge us admittance.) So back to the real attraction ...