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... that it was probably in lost property. He was on the case and took off to the lots and said to wait. After a while, red faced he returned (with his boss) and started getting details to contact us when it was returned (as it certainly would). As we did this his radio crackled with an update – one had been handed in, over at the lots. We were given a driver and dispatched over to confirm it was the missing one. On the way ...
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... and exactly what we needed after our first exhausting taste of Disneyland!
Returning to the park at night was great! The longest queue we had to stand in was 10 minutes, a distinctive change to the afternoon, where the shortest queue was 20 minutes! We managed to fit in five rides; all of the ones in the Bug's World area and the hoedown one in Mater's store, from the Cars area. While we were ...
... around on the monorail, which we also ticked off. Paul and Gretchen both did the big kids roller coaster (California screamin') but didn't make it to most of the others. We get to cars land in time for our ride through radiator springs and Sebastian loves it! He gets to go twice and we're pleased we're not in the 2 hour line. After a final exhausting day, we farewell Disneyland and head to Downtown Disney to meet Phil and Nancy Traynor (we went to uni ...
Today we took a little jaunt to Santa Ana to visit the Bowers. Our goal was to see the exhibit "Gems of the Medici" and we were successful. No pictures were allowed, however, so if you want to see the Gems you will have to travel to Santa Ana. We also saw some dinnerware from the Tsar's of ...