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Because we were celebrating our wedding anniversary we were given a complimentary dessert. Chocolate covered, chocolate mouse in the shape of Mickey Mouse's head, and yes we shared them with the kids. See it pays to wear those badges. You know how I love free stuff!!
With kids rested and bellies full we headed back out into the park only to find that the crowd had pretty much doubled! It was really busy. I couldn't ...
... stay on for- as you can see, here it’s a bucking, spinning shark.
We can’t be in Newport without lunch at the Newport Landing
restaurant, with it’s lively harbour views.
Eight years on from our last visit to coastal California, we
are gratefully surprised at how cheap supermarket shopping is, and how ...
... and Primeval World. After finishing the train we did some shopping (Uncle Bob) before going to see the show on Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. This was the first human animatronic figure which Walt Disney built.
Time for some adventure in Disney's California Adventure. Our first stop was in Radiator Springs where we enjoyed another great ride on the track. This time on the ride we didn't get tires as we did the first time, but we received detailing by ...
... Disneyland: Space Mountain - an oldie but a goodie California Adventure: Radiator Springs Racers - like giant slot cars California Screamin' - really fun roller coaster Tower of Terror - nothing like a good scare Universal Studios: The Mummy - we went on this one 3 times! Transformers - where you felt like you were in a movie! Next week we fly to the east coast to meet up with our honeymooning besties Mez and Joe in the city that never sleeps... New York! See you next post...Hasta ...
I'm almost home. I flew through St. Paul above the Rocky Mountains, which to me is a metaphor for the mind's eye view for difficult terrain. I was working on integrating Jack Kornfield. My effort to condense the notes was somewhat thwarted by my blue tooth keyboard barred by airplane mode. I did come up with an integrated intervention for working with unresolved childhood issues using Yalom, Carlson, and Kornfield. It will ...