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... no queue. Wow… this place is great. Then to Space Mountain and here the real Disney experience started – 45 mins queue. Not bad.
We did Buzz Lightyear, the Matterhorn and then Autopia where Thomas nearly derailed the thing with his driving.
We'd done a good chunk of the park and headed for Pizza for lunch. The place was a zoo and it took about 40 mins to get through the queue to pay. Cold pizza and pasta ...
... our fast passes since we all liked it so much. After riding, we ate dipped ice cream cones from Cozy Cones. Yummy and super messy! You could tell where we were standing and eating because they dripped so much! We finished our night by one last ride on Soarin', where we were at the very top level! When we left the park at ten, we were physically, mentally and emotionally exhausted, but it was overall a good day! This afternoon was our first hiccup at all on our trip, and for that we are ...
... 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 ...
... having a few 'zzzzz' when Grant got back around 3pm. He had had quite a journey around Anaheim and finally found his 'Sephora' called Fry's Electronics! He said it was huge like Mega Mitre 10, plus probably bigger and had everything electronic you could think of! He sounded like a kid in a giant lolly shop!
Anyway he returned to the resort by taxi, as it was quite a distance from there.
Tomorrow is our last ...
... you look. Even at that **** ballon festival at 5 in the morning, the national anthem came on and every single person there stopped what they were doing and sang along. Old people rose from their seats and placed their hands over their hearts. I was in the queue for a donut at the time and the woman stopped serving me to observe the song. It was all very intense and to be honest a little bit silly in that setting ...