Travelodge Anaheim International Inn
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Those ribs must have been way too spicy for Jake's delicate stomach as from 3am he was up and down with a terrible stomach ache/cramps. He felt so bad he could hardly move and we stayed in bed longer than intended - as he said he wouldn't be able to go out to Disney today as he simply wasn't well enough. I accepted this and decide we could go …
Another boring blog entry - sorry! Today we travelled the 3 hours by public transport to Anaheim to the Travelodge Anaheim International. On the final bus (3rd) to get to the hotel, we put the money into the meter and asked the driver to tell us when we got to our stop... We were on the wrong bus! So she gave us a bus pass to get on the right one …
... moms sat out, worried that they'd be soaked for the rest of the day. The ride was fun, better than the one at Animal Kingdom, though that's not saying much. We didn't get super soaked, aside from one swell that hit me at the bottom of a hill. My left pant leg was soaked for half the day.
After spending some time in the woodsy area, we headed to Paradise Pier. This area was my favorite, designed like an old turn-of-the-century amusement park pier. We got fastpasses for ...
... a bunch of birds sing and dance during the show.
Then it was time for Space Mountain, which again, was awesome.
After Space Mountain, my ankles really started to hurt, and I noticed they were covered in blisters and swollen thanks to my Doc Martens and my lack of appropriate socks, so we went to first aid, and they gave me some band aids.
After that we went to Nemo's Submarine Ride, which was a cute submarine ride, in very tight quarters, ...
... We end up only going on one ride here, Mr Toad's Wild Ride. This was like the Ghost Train like at the A&P show back at home, but not scary and a bit more up market! After that we had to get out of Fantasyland just because of the crowds. So where did we go next, Mickey's Toontown - just as crowded as Fantasyland! We went on one ride here, Gadgets Go Coaster, just like Roadrunner at Movieworld on the Gold Coast.
From here we caught the Railroad Train ...