A man and a mouse
Trip Start Oct 28, 2008
24Trip End Nov 17, 2008
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By 7:30 am we were out of the house and on our way to get coffee and gas. Then it was on to Anaheim and Disneyland! Because of the rain, though, it took us an incredibly long time getting through all the traffic. It was nearly lunchtime before we reached the hotel. Luckily, my parents (we had to take separate cars) had gotten through the traffic quicker and had already checked us into our rooms.
Disneyland was AMAZING! Never have I been there with no lines. I think the longest wait time we had all day was 20 minutes for the submarine. It was so much fun.
The weather was also great. We left the rain behind in San Diego, but Anaheim stayed cool enough to not roast while waiting in our very short lines.
We had to leave Disneyland earlier than we may have liked, because we were booked in for the 7pm show at Medieval Times. What fun! From the moment you enter they put in a fun mood. Knighting ceremonies, and princesses, and kings, and horses! So much to take in. The food was delicious! First was a tomato soup- I don't normally like soup, but I was tempted to ask for seconds with this one. Then garlic bread that was so flavorful. We then got 1/2 a roasted chicken, a spare rib, and 1/2 a baked potato each. Dessert was an apple filled pastry. Everything was mouth watering.
Including the knights.
Everyone really got into the games, and our section was one of the loudest. Poor Ian, though, was so worried that they really were killing the knights. We had to explain to him that it was all fake, pretend. And then one of the knights managed to somehow cut his forehead and was bleeding like crazy. So much for pretend.
We got back to the hotel, and after everyone else had gone to bed, Steve and I took a walk around the hotel grounds. We managed to find the pool, and sat on the side with our feet in the cool water. After the walking we've done the last couple of days, that was the best feeling in the world. Almost as good as being newly weds.