TownePlace Suites Anaheim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our first stop this morning was one of the park's busiest rides, Radiator Springs Racers which showcased the Cars movies. This ride is only one year old and has the longest queues. Mum sat this one out afraid it would make her sick but we raved about it so much that she agreed to come on the second turn. The set is epic and the cars that you ride in a feat of engineering. This contrasted to the Matterhorn bobsleds which we went on later in the morning. This ride ...
... I hope all of my makeup purchases won't exceed the weight limit, I'd like to get them all home in one piece. I eventually said goodbye to the place and came back out. Jordan wasn't happy about how long he'd had to wait for me, so it was time for some food. We had "Wetzel Dogs" which were hot dogs wrapped in a thin layer of pretzel, they were pretty good. We sat at Starbucks for a while to eat and drink and then it was back to "World of Disney" one ...
... Dangerous"! It was a real brain shatterer, I think we all got headaches from it and Mum even came off crying. It is safe to say that we got more enjoyment out of the photo of us on the ride than we did the actual experience. Afterwards, we needed a sit down so we saw a Native American show, where a guy did a traditional hoop dance and talked (really fast) about Native American history and his family tree. While it was pretty impressive, it was not your standard theme ...
... in lines that were 20 minutes or less so we didn't waste too much time. We will work out what rides we want to get Fast Passes for before we head back next time. Then we might find some scary rides!
We had a great day wandering around so many interactive things to play on or demonstrations to watch. It was pretty hot and humid so nice to find things inside cool spaces to play or ride. By 2.30pm the kids were showing signs of weariness, but ...
... small group of Danish teachers. Now it is a beautiful, diverse and modern little town with fine restaurants and lovely shops. There are quiet tree lined streets, horse drawn wagons, Hans Christian Andersen Park, windmills, Danish pastries and dozens of quaint shops. We wish we had had more time and could stay overnight in Solvang because it would be so lovely to have a nice romantic dinner in this small piece of Denmark.
From Solvang we drove all the way up to San Francisco which took us approx. 6 ...