Days Inn Disneyland West
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... a complete zoo as you’d expect and we managed to squeeze under a roped section with a reasonable view. Sinead managed to get into a bit of an argument with a completely unreasonable woman who had arrived early to get a good spot but wouldn’t move her empty buggy so the kids could see – all part of the Disney experience!
The shows and following fireworks were great and the kids are still at an age where Mickey ...
... rides... just in case you/your bag gets soaked.
And in case you are worried about doing Space Mountain or the Tower of Terror with your bag of goodies and electronics, all of my items survived each ride. My backpack was a 17" laptop bag that goes out to about 7" of depth (packed). It went on every ride and after it will filled with souvenirs it was not always the most securely ...
... forget Mickey the #Fab5 were in da house
Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage - dive, dive, dive
Disneyland Monorail - thought we could save a walk - um, it didn't stop!
Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters - head to head challenge - Von victorious
All Girl Live Band - because you have to eat sometime
World of Colour - light show on the run
Fireworks - a last look at Disney - ahh - ooooh
BJ was the star of the day. He was in ...
... with the 'plastic bags'! With it being wet, on rainy days Universal Studios put on complimentary hot drinks, like hot chocolate and coffe, plus give out free poncho raincoats. We enjoyed a hot beverage with Dhrek and Princess Fiona, which warmed us up!
We had 'front of line' passes and so we were off to all the rides! Our first ride was the New Despicable Me Minion Mayhem Ride, where we were 'turned into minions' and given training ...
... poverty until we reached places like India or Cambodia, I never thought we'd see it in the suburbs of Chicago or New York. Even tiny places like Jamestown have people living on the streets.
For me the best part of America is it's national parks. Yosemite, Monument Valley, Sequoia, Big Sur, Grand Canyon. All National Parks. The word 'park' doesn't seem a grand enough name to justify the beauty of these ...