We just got back yesterday from 4 fabulous days at Disneyland. I thought I would share some photos from our trip.
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We were able to check out the new Cars Land, and thought it was fabulous.
When we entered the line for Luigi’s Flying Tires, a cast member stopped my son and asked him where he got his shirt, because he had never seen it before. It was a shirt for my son’s favorite Disney Podcast – Mousetaliga (He’s the biggest Disney fan in our family, hence the Disney Podcast shirt). The cast member thought his shirt was cool, so he gave us a pass to get directly on the ride without having to wait in line. How cool is that? My son’s Disney geeky-ness paid off!
Here is my husband and my 2 youngest on Luigi’s Flying Tires.
We spent some time riding one of our favorite family rides…Toy Story Midway Mania.
Meeting characters is always part of the fun. My daughter loved meeting the Mad Hatter, and she said “The Mad Hatter was the BEST Meet and Greet EVER!!!” If you get the chance, you should check out Musical Chairs with the Mad Hatter and Alice on Main Street near the piano. It happens at 1:00 and it’s a hoot!
Treats are always part of the fun on a Disney trip, and my son got his favorite, which he calls a Mickey Mouse dilly bar (can you tell what treat he orders when we go to Dairy Queen?)
The ice cream was rock solid and my son actually lost his tooth biting into his ice cream.
Souvenirs are also part of the fun, my son got a Chip hat (he bought Dale last year).
My daughter chose a Mickey Mouse sweatshirt.
We also enjoyed a parade or two.
There was lots of smiling and laughing. There was also some teasing and crying, but those don’t make for very fun photos!
We also really enjoyed the new entrance to California Adventure, I love what they did. The Walt Statue was awesome too.
A big HUGE thanks to my friend (and blogging assistant) Shelley for keeping things running while I was gone.