Super 8 Anaheim Disneyland Drive
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... queue and then finally another queue before finally doing on the simulated ride. This one made me feel sick! The others seemed to enjoy it though.
As some of the shows were cancelled, we decided to do the Studio Tour, which included King Kong 360 3D. We were put on trolleys and given a tour of the back lot with sound stages and sets. The sets included metropolitan sets for cities like New York, the 'European' set for ...
... the light show was "hosted" by Olaf - the snowman from the Disney film Frozen.
We were at the parks for a full 12 hours that day - and boy, were we glad to get back to our rooms! Disneyland is known at "The Happiest Place on Earth" and certainly most people's day starts off that way, but after a LOT of walking, much excitement - and in the summer, very hot weather - many people are not very happy by the end of the day! But our 2 days were great and the 4 of us ...
... to say Sam is having his moments.......) Hi Lily May and Joel :-) Hi everyone at kinder, thanks for your special questions and comments, Sam was excited to hear from you. He had a big grin when I read them to him. Dulcie, hope you've got some nice soft play dough and the sand trays out ready for when I get back......... :-P Today Fav rides: Riley - submarine nemo ride Sam - the snow one, the Matterhorn, the roller coaster in Toontown Cooper - the tea ...
Gav woke about 7:30am and we all slept till about 10:30am. All felt much refreshed and ready for a big day. We headed to the metro and bought our daily ticket for only $5 each which allowed us travel on all metro trains and buses for the day. We ended up catching it to Union station then a bus to "downtown" LA. We asked the driver if she could let us off where there were shops to buy clothes and sports stuff. Where she sent us was not what we expected it was ...
... is the original Spanish settlement. Avila Adobe is the oldest surviving built around 1818. There were street stalls and a fiesta atmosphere.
The Cathedral was a surprise. Built in 2002, it is a huge modern concrete building, It was more appealing inside with large light filled spaces. We did get an organ recital as there was a wedding on.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is also a new building - built in 2003. It is an interesting ...