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... Monsters Inc., Maters Junkyard, Bugs land bumper cars, California Screamin Roller coaster, King Tritons Carousel, Goofy's Sky School, Hollywood Tower of Terror, Soaring over California.
At 1300 we took the shuttle back to the hotel and had our diner/lunch and siesta.
Energetic we set back off to the park to see the evening attractions. We saw the Pixar Parade which featured ...
The state of California actually has a bigger population than all of Canada and is the third largest state in land mass - the first being Alaska and second, Texas. Los Angeles doesn't actually have a NFL football team, which is interesting, considering American Football is basically the national sport. They don't have a team because they don't have a stadium big enough and there is not enough demand to build a new one. California does, like Wellington, have ...
... was 9:30pm by this stage, how late for dinner! Although I guess our body clocks were set to Hawaiian time (two hours behind). I hadn't eaten since breakfast though, so a nice meal was welcome! We then went down the road to the ice-cream parlour for dessert. All of this food makes me wonder how people stay fit in this country.
Tomorrow we plan to just look around the place and do some shopping before hitting the main event, Disneyland, in the days ...
... the queue waiting just in case they issued fast passes anyway. Not us, we were straight off to do some rides today.
Stepha wanted to do the Hollywood Tower (a bit like our giant drop but not as scary, short drops and quick take offs upwards) so we went around and did that followed by California Screaming. While Steph and I were on the Hollywood Tower Blacky and Aaron we and did a more sedate ride with Sully from Monsters Inc
The line at ...
"EEK! That car just rammed into my car and took off! I'm not going to let them get away with that!" Alarmist insists, as she darts in and out of traffic chasing the “bad guy,” eventually giving up, and going to the authorities. Alarmist leads a police officer back to the crime scene, where he picks up a license plate lying on the road.
“Well, will you look at ...