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Old 01-13-2013, 01:23 AM   #76
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Disneyland Day 4, Part 1

Our day started early this morning, as I couldn't sleep so got up early to shower and get ready. In turn, everyone else was up early. We hadn't planned on making it to the 8am park opening, but since we were up early we decided to go for it. Our plan for today was to take it easy and just enjoy the park. We also wanted to hit those attractions we hadn't had a chance to see. We had made a list of those last night and that's what we were working off of this morning.


We arrived at rope drop in much the same spot as we had the day before, up front in the line leading towards Fantasyland. We headed straight for the tea cups. They were tinkering with the door on one of the teacups when we arrived and I thought for a moment that they weren't going to open it for my kids, however they quickly quit tinkering and loaded the kids on the ride. Since my kids were the only ones riding this morning they each got their own teacup (pink for Riss, orange for Tristan and red for Chase) and got to ride all by themselves. It was sort of fun.









They quickly got on the nearby Alice ride. Brian had run to get us SpaceMountain fastpasses so I stood out and waited for him while the kids walked right on and rode. They loaded up and Tristan looked and me and yelled "I'm cramped!" Yup, those ride cars are TINY. I'm glad I didn't go.




Since we were right there we decided to go on the Matterhorn, however it was down at the moment. This would be a common sight today. Instead we went to the Mad Hatter store in Fantasyland and Tristan finally picked out some Mickey ears. He got sorcerer Mickey ears with his name on the back.
Adorable!


We also found a hidden Mickey in the floor of the store.

Now that they all had their hats I had to take some photos of them.




We only had two more fantasyland rides to ride, Snow White and Pinoochio. Boy, are those rides outdated! Sooooo boring! Glad we didn't have to wait for either of them. At least we got to do them though so the kids wouldn't feel like they missed out.

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Old 01-13-2013, 12:15 PM   #77
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Disneyland Day 4, Part 2

None of us have ever seen the Holiday version of "It's a Small World" so we headed that way. We got a boat to ourselves and we all enjoyed the ride.
It was nice not to have "It's a Small World" playing every single second of the ride. Having it interspersed with the Christmas music was perfect. And the switch from one song to another was seamless. So well done. While riding this we pointed out characters from Disney movies or hidden Mickey's that we found on the way. It was relaxing and slow-paced, just like our morning.














It was 8:45 by the time we disembarked and we were so close to Toontown that we decided to go. Even though we didn't have a lot of time left, we decided to use our Toontown Morning Madness coupons. The cast member at the entrance said there were all sorts of characters inside, but when we got there we saw only Minnie out in the street. There was a line for Mickey but I really wanted to make sure we got a photo with him so we waited it out. It ended up taking about 15 minutes before Mickey returned so we amused ourselves in whatever way we could. I took photos of Toontown.







The rest amused themselves by taking turns doing the "Tristan"... the pose he kept doing in photos.



Then it was time for the "Chase", that I'm-too-cool-I-can't-smile look.




Then little Missy decided to just make funny faces at me and laugh at herself about it.


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Old 01-14-2013, 12:03 PM   #79
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So much for the early entry, as we spent it all waiting on Mickey to return so we and the 10 families ahead of us could get photos with him. And then there was no fastpass person to take photos... and the place he was standing (inside his house by the stairs) was really not well lit for good photos. Oh well, at least we completed that goal.





While in Toontown the kids rode Gadgets Go Coaster (which was deemed boring and not big enough for a 6 foot tall 14 year old to ride) and Roger Rabbit (which brought about some grumbling about how you were supposed to spin the car). Brian and I stopped at the shop back in Toontown and were just walking around when I saw them, beckoning to me from the back of the store - the silicone Mickey head potholders that I wanted more of but had not been able to find this trip. We grabbed two more of them to join the two we already use and love. Score!

We took the obligatory photos in the jail, with the dumbbell and on the car.




The kids rang some bells and blew stuff up, then we walked our way out of Toontown and right onto the railroad. We rode it all the way to New Orleans Square, glad for the chance to relax our feet as much as we could. All this walking had been hard on them!

Once in New Orleans Square we grabbed fastpasses for HMH, as it was down, then headed to Splash for an early morning ride. Walking the queue took longer than actually getting seated for the ride. We got a log all to ourselves and strategically placed us all one seat back, so the front seat was empty. We thought maybe this would keep someone from having to get so soaked by riding up front. Lousy strategy, I tell you. Doesn't work at all. Tristan did man up and ride in front. He even turned down the use of a poncho. In the end he got fairly well soaked, but never once complained about it.



On the way back down HMH was still down so we headed to Pirates but the line didn't seem to be moving and was all the way out in the walkway. We decided to come back later, though each time we checked it was down (are you seeing a pattern here?). Instead we walked on Big Thunder Mountain with very little wait then hoofed it over to Space Mountain to use our fastpasses. I know I've said it before, but fastpass is the way to go for Space. The standby line was 35 minutes at this time but we were on in less than 10 with our fastpasses. Plus we got to avoid that terribly long walk through the outside queue.

Have you noticed the coordinating-but-not-matching clothing we've been wearing? The kids requested no matchy-matchy or homemade Disney shirts, so we've done coordinating instead. Today was grey and black day so this morning I told everyone to wear those clothes. So imagine my surprise when Tristan takes off his hoodie for the first time in the morning and I see that he has put on a navy blue shirt instead. Navy blue and black together are a pet peeve of mine. Hate it! Think it looks horrible and always give the kids a hard time when they wear them together. So now here we are, ready to have out photographs taken with 4 people in black and one in navy blue. *sigh* What to do other than grumble over it for a few seconds and then move on. Oh well. Off we go...

We walked back towards Main Street and finally took the time to have some family photopass photos taken in front of Partners and the castle. I had heard about a Photopass photographer who really takes time to get lots of different photos. Dave must have been that guy because he did a great job. I have yet to see the photos but he took several of the family and both posed us and had us make different motions to the camera. He included the magic Tinkerbell photo. Then he got photos of just Brian and I together (which we never get... we never think about it) and photos of just the kids together. He probably snapped 15-20 different photos. I can't wait to go home and see them! (Edited to add: Now that I've seen them I'm less impressed. I really had hoped to see more of the park icons in the photos, especially the castle as there was no Photopass photographer there. Then again, it would help if the castle were bigger. *sigh* Oh well, we still think Dave was pretty fabulous!).















Over the course of our trip we had collected several of the 20% off merchandise coupons (which have to be used at particular stores and only before 1pm). We'd done some browsing so we had an idea of several things we wanted to purchase. I can't pass up a deal, so now was the time to do it all. Our first stop was California Adventure, as we'd all located things there yesterday that we wanted to purchase. Brian ended up with a pen and a hoodie, Chase got an Oswald shirt and a Jack Skellington hat and Tristan got a Jack Skellington shirt. Super-picky Carissa had picked out a hoodie yesterday but when we got there we realized that it was way too big, even in size small (it was adult sized). She was totally bummed, though she did pick up a Vinylmation Minnie ornament that smells like pie. Brian lined up to pay and I decided to take Carissa around the corner to Gone Hollywood, which sells a lot of Mad T Party stuff since it's the closest store to the venue. We looked around for kids stuff but didn't see anything. We asked a cast member, who didn't know of kids Mad T Party gear, so she asked another cast member. That CM showed us the two things they have for kids - a t-shirt and the exact hoodie she had picked out in adult size! Wahoo! Thank goodness for small miracles. Getting this girl to like anything is difficult enough but then not being able to purchase what she wanted was heartbreaking. But all ended well and she walked away with an adorable Cheshire Cat hoodie, which you can sort of see right here. (By the way... nice face Carissa!)



On our way back to meet the guys Carissa and I stopped by a lonely photopass photographer near the tree and got some pics of just us girls together.



Our next stop was the World of Disney store in downtown Disney. There we picked up this Mickey Mouse and Police Officer statue that Brian had seen...

... a hoodie and retro Disney purse for me and 9 pins, one for each kid for each park as well as one to represent the entire Disneyland resort - all of which will end up on their pin canvas wall hangings back at home.

We stopped at Marceline's Confectionary next where we each got a treat (except Brian... he'd get one later). Chase and Tristan went for the Goofy Candy Company fill-your-own sour candy tubes. Carissa got a crispy Mickey head with chocolate drizzle and mini M&M's. I got another marshmallow skewer covered in caramel then dunked in milk chocolate and cashews. Yum!

At this point we were walking around with two full bags of merchandise and had been on our feet for hours. We were all tired and getting hungry and we just needed to keep our feet moving until we could sit down for lunch. And since we were in DTD I knew just where to go - EoS! The line was long but the food was good, though they messed up for Brian and Chase's sandwiches (minus the sauce and veggies). We had to send them back twice before they were correct.

We sat and ate a leisurely lunch before jumping on the monorail about 1:30pm and heading back into Disneyland. We got to sit in the back or the monorail, so we had a great curving seat and got to see out huge windows most of the way around. It was pretty neat. From our vantage point we could see the lines coming into Disneyland and they were pretty long. The monorail was a great choice!
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:01 PM   #80
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I really like your PP pictures in front of the quaint Sleeping Beauty castle. I LOVE the one of you and your hubby

Your navy blue wearing son reminds me of my youngest. Sounds like something he'd do.

Thanks for sharing. I'm enjoying your TR.

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Maybe you fiddled with the color balance in the photos, but I'd say your son's navy T-shirt was pretty close for being a not-match. It looks all right -- you're all wearing basic patterns in the same range.

I think I will let my kids generally pick what they want to wear to DLR but then tell them WHICH day they have to wear it so we don't clash too much (with DS7 having Disney T-shirts in every color of the rainbow I should have some choices!) And DH always wears black!

Carissa's sweatshirt is cute. Good to know that at least some of the adult stuff comes in kids' sizes -- my DD10 will want the big girl stuff but is about a size 7/8 -- tiny!

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Old 01-15-2013, 11:46 AM   #82
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Disneyland Day 4, Part 3

Once we arrived back in Disneyland we headed towards main street to see how the seating for the 3:30 parade was looking. I couldn't believe that at 2pm it was already pretty busy. We snagged a spot on a bench but it was facing the full sun and was not going to be good for sitting in for 90 minutes. We left the kids there just in case it's all we could find but eventually we found a place on the curb in the shade near the end of Main Street (which we later found out was a seated viewing-only area... good place for showing up later if you need to). We saved a huge spot then messaged Melinda to see if her family wanted to join us. They did so we spread our stuff (and kids) out to save our spot and settled back for the long wait. I ran and got a snack for Brian (double scoop cookies and cream in a fresh waffle cone) and a chocolate croissant (I love these in WDW... maybe not quite as good in DL though) for my breakfast tomorrow. When I got back to the curb we let the kids go explore Tarzan's tree house. They were gone for a little while and Brian and I just enjoyed relaxing together and eating our treats.

Eventually the Hunters let me know they changed their mind about coming to the parade so we shrunk down our spot and all just sat together on the curb. I even bothered a cast member to take our photo... twice, as he didn't include Chase in the photo the first time.

The parade began and it was so neat to be able to see in person what I usually watch each Christmas day in the Disney Christmas parade.


















Unfortunately we thought the Christmas parade may actually be better on TV then in real life. We were all disappointed in the parade, especially because it had just one song the entire time. We've only seen one other holiday parade back in 2001, during the kids first trip when we went to the Mickey's Trick or Treat party. That was a FABULOUS parade so I think I expected more than what we got. Not that great at all.

Once the parade was over we headed to Adventureland, both to escape the crowds and to finally see the Tiki Room. Chase has been wanting to see it, though Brian wasn't that enthused. Chase and I assured him that it wasn't as terrible as the one in WDW. Not sure it was as terrible, but it was pretty close if not. I know it's a classic and I love the song but it just isn't that great of an attraction.

While waiting for the Tiki Room we ran into the Hunters, who were all enjoying their Dole whips. We caught up a little and then went our separate ways again.

After Tiki room we walked by Indy, as Chase had seen that it was open with a 35 minute wait. It was closed down once again by the time we got there. It wasn't due to open back up from refurbishment until tomorrow so I'm sure it was all soft opening stuff so they could fine tune it a little bit more.

Next up was Pirates, but it was closed down (again!). Instead we opted to use our HMH fastpasses... until we noticed that the FP line stretched through the whole queue and had about 100 people standing in line out on the sidewalk outside the ride. We passed on that one too, as we were on a mission to eventually dump all this merchandise at our hotel and order pizza in. We headed out but stopped at the hub for another try at a castle photo. Not sure it's any better than the last one though.



Before we could do that we needed to get to one last night time show - the Mad T Party. It was 5:30 and I thought it started at 6 so we headed right over.
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We only watched the parade because we went on the holiday tour and didn't have to stake out a spot early. I enjoy it on TV too as it combines both parks.

No Tiki Room, Pirates, or HM? I hope the Mad T party is a blast. I've been hearing about it so I'll be interested to hear your thoughts.

Why do I suddenly crave pizza??
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Disneyland Day 4, Part 5


The lines to DCA were pretty long but we got in and then got photopass photos in front of the tree. Here's another case where the fastpass photographers let us down. They positioned us where they wanted us and took our photo, not even noticing that they had put one boy behind the other. Almost all the photos have only half of Tristan's head. No bueno. *grump*

This is the only useable one in the bunch.


Eventually we went to Gone Hollywood again to look at some purses that I'd been eyeing this trip. They are Harvey purses made of seatbelts. They are super sturdy and cute, but also come with a super price. I hemmed and hawed over them and finally decided on one. It was the right shape and size for me, though I had hoped for one that wasn't white. Hopefully this will clean easily! (Edited to add: One month of use thus far and it's still looking pretty decent. I did, however, forget how much junk I normally had in my purse. This made me downsize, but I love it anyways!)



While I was shopping the kids caught the Pixar Play Parade. Then they checked out the animation academy. Jack Skellington was being drawn next and the kids all really like him so we went for that session at 6pm.



Then the kids were set loose on the Sorcerers Workshop while Brian and I held down a couch in the main building area. They came back a little later all atwitter with what they did. They took a "which character are you" quiz. Chase was Jack Skellington, Tristan was Wall E and Carissa was Belle. They also took a try voicing a character and singing a song to match the animation. Chase said "I sing worse than Pumba!", though he did give himself credit for doing "a good Iago".

About 5:45 we got in the waiting crowd for the Mad T Party, not really knowing what to expect there. Brian grabbed the kids a hot cocoa, as it had cooled down some outside. We met Dee and Dum, who chatted and joked with us before letting us in to the Mad T Party.




You had to walk through this arch with so much mist you could hardly see.

I will say that I thought the whole Mad T Party was really neat! I loved the band, I loved the music, I loved the outrageous costumes and fun, eclectic decor. I'm not sure the kids were as impressed as I was. Chase didn't mind singing the songs with me (and we certainly enjoyed belting out Journey's "Any Way You Want It" with the band) but the other three thought it was loud or boring. We walked around a bit, looking at all it had to offer and then decided to just head back to the hotel, after spending only 15 minutes there. Chase stayed behind to enjoy the fun a little longer, though he left 10 minutes after us because the band had taken a break.


We got back to the room and ordered in Marri's pizza. We enjoyed it together in the room and talked about what we wanted to do and buy tomorrow, as it's our last day (and a partial day at that). We packed up as well as we could and then they all went to bed before 10pm (except me, as I stayed up another 2 hours downloading photos and writing this trip report).
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I've been dragging my feet on the trip report a bit because next is Day 5... our last day and a partial day. And when I'm done with Day 5 then my trip report is over... and the trip report has let me hang on to my Disney happiness and memories just a little longer. *sigh*
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I hear you. Just know that your Trip Report has been helping me get through my Disneyland withdrawls from being there earlier this month. Thanks again for posting all of this!
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Disneyland Day 5, Part 1

I woke this morning before 6am, unable to sleep any longer. I got up and dressed using the bathroom light. I edited a few things on the trip report I wrote last night. I ate my breakfast. I crinkled my wrapper a little. Then a little more. I opened the shades a bit. Then I walked around a started packing more things. It was 6:30 now and I was still the only one awake. I knew everyone was tired but it was our last day at Disney! I opened the shades more. Then I checked facebook on my phone. Then I stood at the end of the boys bed and shook it lightly with my legs. Then I shook it again. As soon as I saw an eyeball peek open I whispered "good morning". Eventually the boys crawled out of bed, which woke up everyone else and we started our day.


We finally got out of the room about 7:20am. Magic morning had started at 7 and lasted until 8 so we still had a little bit of time to enjoy early entry into the park.



By the time we got through security and to the gates it was 7:35 so we booked it to Space Mountain. On the way I looked towards the Adventureland rope drop area and saw quite a group of people waiting there. Indiana Jones Adventure was reopening officially today (it was open on and off yesterday) so I assumed the people waiting wanted to be among the first to ride it today.


Anyways, we headed off to get in a Magic Morning ride on Space Mountain. We really like the Disneyland Space Mountain but that huge flash at the end, right before the ride photo, is just way too bright! We end up with closed eyes in almost every Space Mountain photo. This photo however came out just a little bit better, as the kids knew where the camera was and I told them to ham it up for the picture.



Today we were working off a list of rides and attractions we wrote last night, all the things that we wanted to see one last time before we left Disneyland. Up next was the Matterhorn. We got in line for the left side and got in fairly quickly, but the ride was clunky and slower this morning then it had been earlier in the trip. What a waste of time!



By now Magic Morning had expired and the park was open. I got a text from Melinda saying that Indy was open and the wait time was 35 minutes. We headed out through the castle...



... and over to Indy to get a fastpass, then headed straight to Pirates. I'm not sure why we think this is fun. Seriously, it's sort of boring. The kids have all progressed past the point where they sing "Yo Ho, Yo Ho" as we go through the ride and I miss that! Then again, it gets us off our feet for 15 minutes, which is a nice break.


Next up was Haunted Mansion Holiday. We loved this so much! All of us in the family really, really enjoyed it. It made us love Jack Skellington even more. We would be thrilled to have the Haunted Mansion stay this way year round. So impressive! I rode with Brian this time and he pointed out some of the hidden Mickey's he had found while riding it.





Even though we were right next door we decided to pass on Splash, as we didn't want to spend the day wet and all of our clothes were already packed away. Instead we headed for our last mountain of the day, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. The wait there was short and we were able to wave at the Hunters as we rode by on our train car. It would be the last time we saw them this trip, as we both had to head home today.



Carissa has been wanting to ride the Storybookland Canal Boats and we knew it was now or never, so we waded through the craziness of Fantasyland and got in line. It took a while, as it's such a slow loading ride. Brian and I were completely unimpressed with it. The kids weren't exactly enthralled with it either. Oh well, at least we can say that we did it.







We only had three more things on our list - Indy (which we still had FP for), Pirates Lair (which Chase really wanted to do) and Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln (which Brian and I wanted to see). We also wanted to get more of those yummy, tasty garlic fries for Brian and a Dole Whip for Chase. So here's where we split up. The kids walked towards Pirates Lair while Brian and I headed for Cafe Orleans. I told the kids to "book it" (meaning fast walk) it to Pirates Lair, but they "booked it" for about 6 steps and then settled back into their mosey. I think we actually beat them to New Orleans Square because they were so slow.



It was only 9:50 when we arrived at Cafe Orleans so we inquired about their opening time. We were disappointed to learn that they didn't open until 11:30 and that no one else in the park sold garlic fries. That was what we looked like when we realized we wouldn't get those delicious garlic fries again this trip. Brian and I decided to head to Main Street and look for a few last minute souvenirs, though we didn't have any luck finding what we wanted (well... Brian picked something up but wouldn't share it with me. I found it under the tree Christmas morning.). Instead we went to see Mr. Lincoln. I don't remember every seeing this, though I'm sure we did when I was younger (since it looks like it's been there that long!). It wasn't as impressive as the Hall of Presidents at WDW, but it was good nonetheless.


By the time it was over we were receiving texts from the kids. We were supposed to meet outside Indy at 10:30 but we were running late. It was 10:45 by the time we got there and we quickly jumped in the fastpass line. Even with fastpass the wait was still 20 minutes, but that's nothing compared to the horde of people in the standby line. We're thankful we had the fastpasses. The ride was okay. Chase thought it was "awesome", though he likes Indy so it's not a surprise that he liked it. I thought it was fine, though the ball didn't roll like I remember from previous trips.
Indy ended up being our last ride in Disneyland. We headed out of the park to complete our list for today, though we did grab a Dole Whip on the way out for Chase and I to share (Tristan and Carissa both tried it but thought it wasn't good).


And now we bid Disneyland a fond goodbye for this trip and make our way back where it began for us - California Adventure!

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Glad you got to ride Indy when it reopened. I am eager to see what changes they've made, although getting stuck right before the big ball rolls (with the lights on) kind of ruined it for me!

I had a Dole whip in Hawaii last fall and my pineapple-loving DD10 wants to try one when we are at DL in March.

It's always so sad when you have to leave

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We got stuck at the end for 20 mins where Indy is animatronic and repeats the same phrase over and over. You could see the offload but they kept us in the vehicle.

Great trip report!
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OK... I guess there is no use putting it off any longer. Up next - the final installment of my trip report!
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