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... trailer again :-) In addition to all the day time things at Celebration, there was also plenty happening after dark, from street parties to dinner banquets held by the 501st and Rebel Legion (RL) costuming groups. I had tickets for both but only ended up going to the RL banquet, opting to see the movie with a couple of Aussie friends instead of the 501st bash. The list of things in offer for fans just goes on and on. A very full four days ...
... space it was filled up with a few different size pipes that snaked throughout the submarine.
The RMS Queen Mary was an amazing vessel. Built in 1936 it had a huge amount of history from the time it was used by the British Postal Service and being requisitioned by the Royal Navy during WWII to being converted to a luxury liner crossing the Atlantic to it's final resting place in ...
... Creek Challenge Trail
Goofy's Sky School
We then saw the Pixar parade, followed by the Mickey Mouse parade back in Disneyland and then we watched World of Color in Disney California Adventure.
We got back to the hotel about 9:30pm and everyone fell into bed exhausted. It had been a great ...
Well the story so far... Early wake up around 7.00 am. Breaky in hotel room, waiting for Will to wake. Clerical milk and yogurt did the job. Another hot day close to 38 degrees? Lined up at 9.00am and the gates of Disney, which were just about to open and it dawned on Robyn we did not have tickets only vouchers. After quick thinking on Robyn's behalf tickets sorted. For some reason unknown to us Will has a bit rude and obnoxious, which was not overly helpful! ...
... obviously I do! The first one, ''Space Mountain'', was more thrilling than the second one, ''Matterhorn Bobsleds'', because the drops were bigger and more surprising. It was simply awesome to let go and scream! I also loved riding Winnie the Pooh amusement ride because it was like we were listening to a story. Winnie the Pooh's voice was playing and the different characters were animated so it was relaxing. As a kid, Winnie the Pooh was my one ...
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