Fairfield Inn Mission Viejo Orange County
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... hotel for a swim before we come back to the park for our evening fun ending with a firework show to remember. As we were walking out to the pool we stumbled upon Jamie, Paige, Kaleas and Kayden. What a great surprise and treat for the kids to play together in the pool.
The final morning we had a nice walk to downtown Disney for a sit down breakfast and some proper coffee. All though we gave it our best B and Gpa were still not ...
... because I didn't even get to go on any of the rides! Every ride, every attraction and every food stall had a queue at it. The rides were pretty much a 75 minute wait. I got some photos with the Winnie the Pooh characters which really made up for it but even waiting for that took us a good 45 minutes! Apart from that amazing burger (not!) I didn't actually have anything else to eat for the entire day and neither did dad so by the end of it we were worn out and ...
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... never been there before, seems huge, but it is really only a tiny snippet of Disneyland itself. We went on the Jumping Jellyfish, Silly Symphony Strings and King Triton's Carousel. Just three rides felt like a whole day, as 3/4 of the time was probably spent waiting in queues!
An unexpected find, we had dinner at a Italian restaurant next door to our motel. It was amazing and authentic, but also ...
... surprisingly long. Some people are very dedicated to getting to their rides of choice first!
I know I really shouldn't judge based on one experience, but it seemed that Magic Morning actually made the lines for rides worse, because only two sections of the park were open, so the aforementioned 'hundreds of people' were all lining up for only a handful of rides. It was only worth one ride to us. That's all we were able to fit in before the hordes being held back by ropes at the ...