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Late in the afternoon we jumped on the shuttle bus and went to check out Downtown Disney. Plenty of things going on down there in the evening. People everywhere, bands playing, kids building things and spending all their parents money. Yes, ours too!
Aaron finally got to RidemakerZ something he has been hanging out to do since the Greens returned with their RidemakerZ cars. I am not sure who had more fun there. Aaron or Blacky!! ...
... from its obvious benefit of keeping the sun off, it makes the game of 'spot the tourist' a lot easier for everyone else, how obliging we are! It records its adventures in rollercoasters and stuffed under plane seats by slowly unravelling, and there are several rules attached to this hat:
- Whoever wears the backpack, does NOT wear the hat (the combination of rear brim and top backpack pocket makes looking up near impossible)
Woke up in the morning and decided to skip breakfast in preparation for lunch! In order to pass the time until this we headed towards the Chinese theatre and looked around the shops. One shop could print whatever you wanted on to tops so Hugo has now been immortalised - much to the amusement of the staff there! My little batdog! We then hopped on the metro and headed towards Union station to pay a visit to Phillipe the Original where we ...
... which was a fast curvy but short rollercoaster. Was more than I thought it would be. Already this park was more exciting than Disneyland!
A huge feature in Paradise Pier is the Mickey’s Fun Wheel which overlooks the lake. It looked harmless at first and then you notice that 2 out 3 carriages isn’t fixed and slide around on their fittings, swinging wildly around. I convinced Joel to come with hoping to get great views of the park. Instead I got ...
... Eve, we had no plans other than see some more friends and watch my and Mary’s Green Bay Packers compete for a potential Super Bowl appearance. A group of our Atlanta-based Auburn friends, led by two Green Bay natives, made plans to meet us at Mom’s Bar, an official Packer game viewing bar in Santa Monica. Unfortunately the Packers lost the game and their post-season with it, but we were able to see a handful of more friends, including ...