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Travel Blogs from Laguna Hills
... and the good on the wall there was not one of Teflon Tony Blair...The private house, the “powerhouse” is available to tourists but only if you pre-book and only if it is not being used by those in power...(which it was the day we were there). The “public” part of the estate is beautiful with lovely gardens; we had a tour given by a very informative guide; we learned about their research into the Monarch butterfly ...
... the key schools in our area as well. Sandy has come up with a list of which schools would have the biggest impact on our practice as far as teacher parents, principals, Dr. Chung's children's schools.... What do you think?
Plans for November and December:
Thanksgiving Referral Party!!
Invitations and plans are ...
... Twain Riverboat and sailing ship
Columbus, Big Thunder Ranch and the Davy Crockett Canoes.
Critter Country - Splash Mountain Feature and the Pooh Bear Ride in his little town.
Fantasyland - The Fanastyland Castle, Its a Small World, Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin.
Tomorrowland - Space Mountain.
In addition to these major attractions we saw and passed many of the other Shows like the Mad Hatters Tea Party Cups ride, which we ...
... didn't like them but now we can say we have tried them and we will have to find something else for breakfast tomorrow.
Then we headed to Disneyland with lots of other families. Sybella was very happy to ride in the bright purple stroller we had brought. Many of the rides at Disneyland had height requirements and Madi and Cal were big enough for most but Sybella could only go on some of the rides.
The rides we went on were:
Autopia a car ride
... That's my girl! Though tempted to ride Toy Story Midway Mania again, we opted to head over to DL to buy some stuff, visit Toon Town, and rest a bit. Afterward, we went back to the hotel for a nap.
Once nap and dinner were squared away, we headed back to California Adventure to do Bug's Land for my littlest and then watched World of Color. Unfortunately, my view of the show was obscured by a family full of 6-footers--uh, yeah--I'm like ...