TownePlace Suites Anaheim
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Right. Disneyland Park was so yesterday. Today was all about Disneyland California Adventure. If you're not aware, there are actually two theme parks here, separated by Downtown Disney, which is like a little town, with shops and restaurants. I’m not sure how long California Adventure has been here, but it most certainly was not here last time I was here.
From doing a bit of research, I had found out that the main attraction was the ...
... I'm yet to find out given I'm a die - hard G&T drinker but I'm happy to explore the answer or the difference. What was made here was so good it took the heat of the evening away. Amen! After dinner we decided to see a movie as we were still on Australian time and therefore wide awake so what better way to deal with it than to see a movie screening at 9.50pm. We saw Planes. The follow on from Cars I guess but in an aeroplane format. ...
... were minimal...approx. ten minutes. Fast passes are only available at a handful of rides, and we only used one fast pass all day for Star Tours. It is cool experiencing the attractions here. Most of them are either unique to DL or different from the WDW versions. We know the layout of WDW like the back of our hand, yet find ourselves lost here at times when we turn thinking we know what is there, only there is something completely different. It is nice being able to ...
... it lol! So onto the happiest place on earth! Disneyland - it truly is a dream come true. We got up early and managed to fit in thirteen rides: - Indiana Jones Adventure (Adventureland) - Pirates of the Caribbean (New Orleans Square) - Haunted Mansion (New Orleans Square) - Splash Mountain (Critter Country) - King Arthur Carousel (Fantasyland) - Peter Pan's Flight (Fantasyland) - Matterhorn Bobsled (Fantasyland) - Gadget's Go Coaster ...
... around by baby tractors spinning and whirling to Mater’s music.
Luigi’s Flying Tires - Float and fly in a “spare” on a cushion of air! This is really fun, it's like being on a hovercraft crossed with bumper cars. You have to move around by leaning in the direction you want to travel, easier said than done, but lots of fun.
Like a great big seaside pier with fairground rides by the water.
King Triton’s Carousel - this ...
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