Staybridge Suites Anaheim - Resort Area
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... and the ride cars are much more comfortable. To add to that, they play space-y music in the headrests while you ride, which adds to the fun! Not to mention you can't hear the rickety-ness of the tracks under you. It's my favorite ride at Disneyland.
The boys and Memere went home at that point, leaving Mom, Auntie Stacey, Auntie Brenda and I to roam around Downtown Disney, the sister location of my homeland! We spent a lot of time in World of Disney, which is just as big ...
... Splash Mountain, eleven thirty pm, and all, followed immediately by Pooh's Adventure, which was cute, I especially liked the hufflelumps and woozles. My dad used to read The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh aloud to be every night, when I was little, so the chubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff has a special meaning for me.
Then we walked back to a deserted Fantasyland, and walked straight on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, which I don't ever remember riding when ...
... Lincoln and the civil war and the Gettysburg Address. This was awesome and very moving.
We watched a 'Frozen' performance which was so well done as well as being humorous. We listened to all sorts of male singers & musicians and they were wonderful.
We saw Captain America & his mighty shield.
Phillip had a turn at the ...
... park (trying to get dry!), we came across another ride called Soarin' Over California. This ride you were put into three lanes and then the chairs lifted up and moved over what was some kind of drop. A movie screen appeared in front, which was huge and it was like you were flying over it. It was like a bird's eye view flying all over California. Was a great show!
After having some lunch we went on a few other ...
... HNL. If you fly to Kona you can choose non stops from DEN, LAX, SFO, SEA and PHX.
The trip to the hotel took about 10 minutes using the hotel shuttle, although first it took about 30 min for the shuttle to come. The shuttle for the Courtyard is shared with the regular Marriott and it stops there first. The hotel is very close to LAX and I was assigned room 100 on the first floor. The room was a pretty standard Courtyard type room and perfect for a short ...