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Old 09-03-2009, 11:18 PM   #91
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Day 2: Sunday, August 9th, Part 4--Sleep deprived at DL

We exited the Blue Bayou satisfied and tired. So tired that I felt like I was sleep walking. B wanted to ride Pirates again to see where we had just eaten. Sounded good to us. I jetted over to Indiana Jones to grab a fastpass and we made our way into the Pirates line. The line was a bit longer than the morning but not a bad wait at all. After the first big drop, our whole row was singing "Yo ho Yo ho". Sweet.

Next up was Indiana Jones. Fastpasses got us all the way to the room with the big TV with no wait. Jumped in our troop transport vehicle thingies and prepared to be thrown around. I had read on the Dis that you got jostled less if you kept your body looser instead of trying to brace yourself. This technique worked for me and I enjoyed the ride more. I even noticed some of the details instead of feeling like I was being tossed around in a room full of strobe lights. Oh, and I was on the side of the ride with the giant snake. I actually screamed out loud. DW will tell you that I scream on all the rides. The burning question about IJ is did B like it?



At this point, I was done. Auntie Dictator declared nap time and we trundled off to the hotel. It was hot and we were so tired. B was complaining and walking so slowly. Auntie Dictator might have told him to suck it up and walk faster. It was rough trip.

Once we got back to the hotel, I apologized to B for snapping at him. DW and I laid down to sleep and B watched the Disney Channel. DW was out like a light but I was still too wound up. And who knew the Disney Channel is so darn loud!

After a while, B and DW headed to Downtown Disney to explore the Lego Store. I stayed in the hotel a bit longer to try and pull it together. Here's a few pics. B is a huge Lego fan.





DW and I connected on the cell phone and arranged to meet at the security gates to Downtown Disney. We all went into the park together. First order of business=cotton candy! Am I bribing my nephew because I was snarky earlier? Yes. Does that make me a bad auntie? I hope not. The cotton candy certainly made for a happy nephew.



Second order of business=Autopia FP. Then we trooped over to Space Mountain for the third order of business, using our FP from the morning. The cast member collecting FPs looked at ours and asked where we had been all day. (We had picked up our FP at 8:00am exactly so the return time was 8:40am!). This was the only time that a CM commented about our late FP use. Awesome ride and at the top we all counted down the launch with the soundtrack. This would become our Space Mountain ritual.

Next up: Shoppin' 'til we droppin'

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Old 09-15-2009, 12:41 AM   #92
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Day 2: Sunday, August 9th, Part 5--Shopping!

Sorry for the long delay between posts. I've been on the East Coast for a week visiting my family and generally avoiding the internet, email and my phone for the whole time. It was a nice break but now I'm BACK and ready to post.

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After Space Mountain we headed over to the gift shop where we shopped and shopped and then shopped some more. B put together his own lightsaber which was a challenge. It's like putting together Ikea but with no (for me) preconception of how the pieces should fit. Thank goodness a CM saw us struggling and walked us through it. B was pumped about the new lightsaber. His auntie, not so much. Here's why...in a bid for authenticity the lightsaber is about 5 ft tall when extended. For the safety of everyone in the park we immediately made a rule that the lightsaber had to be closed while we were walking through the park.

By the time we finished lightsaber construction it was time to use our Autopia FPs. Sweet! B was excited because he is finally tall enough to drive his own car. The line for this ride moved slowly, even with FP, but the lightsaber kept us all entertained.



DW got her own car and I hopped in with B. B may have been tall enough for this ride but he still had a hard time reaching the gas pedal and it was difficult to push. I ended up operating the gas for our whole trip. B concentrated on driving us back and forth along the preset track so that we slammed from side to side.


Love this photo that DW took.


We still had two sets of Splash FPs from the morning so we decided to take the train to New Orleans Square. The train was just arriving as we exited Autopia so we hustled over to catch it. Turns out there were mechanical difficulties and we ended up waiting about ten minutes before leaving the station. No problem waiting though...we had a lightsaber to keep us entertained.

Hey, a Jedi uses the force for defense, never for attack!



At this point, I lose the thread of my narrative. I can tell you which rides we went on but I have only a vague idea of the order. Here's my best guess about what we did.

Enjoyed a relaxing train ride to New Orleans Square.
Headed to Indiana Jones for a fastpass.
Rode the Jungle Cruise--B loved the jokes!
Used one set of our Slash Mountain fastpasses.

A little detail about Splash Mountain. This ride is DW's absolute favorite and unfortunately, B was reluctant to ride because of his scooter injury. He was really anxious about getting it wet and as a sensitive kid, he was kind of embarrassed to be wearing a poncho. Fortunately, there were several other people in line wearing ponchos and we ended up in a boat with some a guy who not only wore a poncho but tied a plastic shopping bag around his head! See pictorial evidence below.



Can you find B in the picture? Probably not. He is in front of the guy with the shopping bag but hunched over and hidden because he was terrified of getting wet. We decided not to use our second set of fastpasses so we sauntered off toward Indiana Jones. Before getting on IJ, we give away our second set of fastpasses for Splash. DW is sad but hopefully the guys we gave them to enjoyed it.

Indiana Jones is awesome yet again although B and I are bummed to discover that even though we go through a different door in the temple, the track of the ride is the same. We have some fun trying on Indy gear in, you guessed it, the gift shop!



B desperately wanted to buy a real Indiana Jones whip ($45!). We told him he had to call and ask his Mom before buying any weapons. Needless to say, he opted not to make the call.

DW and B take off for the Mad Hatter to shop for ears and I head over to BTMRR to grab one more set of fastpasses. Ears are selected and the CM checking us out upgrades to the fancy ($7) lettering for free because the color and print on B's ears makes it hard to read the regular writing. Once again, fantastic customer service from DL.


Blue steel with ears.


At this point we are pretty much dead on our feet. B requests a ride on the Storybook Land Canal Boats which was something he wanted to do during Magic Morning but we nixed as taking too much time. Sitting down for a gentle boat ride sounded so perfect at that time so we hopped in line. The boats are big and the line moved quickly. To top it off, there was a big group in front of us that all wanted to travel together so the CM pulled us in front of about 20 people for the last three seats in an otherwise full boat. I didn't expect to enjoy this ride that much but it was kind of cute. I liked listening to the music from Aladdin.

We trudge around the back side of Frontierland for a ride on BTMRR. While we are on the train, the fireworks from Fantasmic go off. Cool!! After BTMRR, we all agree that it is time to get out of the parks and get some food. B is starving having eaten some cotton candy around 4:30pm and nothing else since lunch. DW volunteers to stop at McDonalds while B and I head back to the hotel. We watch the fireworks from our balcony until DW arrives with dinner. Then we watch the fireworks from our balcony while eating hamburgers.

We crawl into bed, exhausted, and even I manage to get some sleep tonight. It was an incredible day!

Next up: A vist from Cunkle Robert
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Old 09-21-2009, 11:29 PM   #93
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Day 3: Monday, August 10th, Part 1--Cuncle Robert

Monday morning found us getting up early again but not quite as early as the day before. After 7 hours of sleep I felt amazing! B however, was having a grumpy morning. DW had loaded the iPod up with some of his favorite music and rigged it to play through some travel speakers as his wake up call. Apparently, Green Day's 'American Idiot' is not that fun to wake up to, even if it is your favorite.

I left DW to deal with getting B ready and headed off to secure a place in line at Disneyland. I was about 1 hour and 15 minutes later than the day before and there were way more people in line since it was not a Magic Morning. I ended up second in line. Before DW and B joined me, my cell phone rang. It was Cuncle Robert who had driven from LA to join us for the day! Cuncle Robert is DW's cousin which makes him B's first cousin once removed. This was way too complicated for B so we tried to explain that Robert was like his cousin and uncle combined...his cuncle! Here's a pic--you can tell they're related because they dress alike!



The gates opened around 7:45am and DW and B were still en route. Since I had their park tickets, Cuncle Robert headed off to secure a spot at the rope. There was some debate via cellphone about what to do first. We considered making a dash for Nemo but Cuncle Robert was not interested at all. Since he only had one day at DLR, we decided to head to Space. Once DW and B arrived we entered the park and used a trick I had read about on the Dis to make our way toward the rope. We snuck into the shops on the right hand side of Main Street and threaded our way toward the rope. We arrived right by the corn dog stand just as the rope dropped and this turned out to be a great place to make the dash for Space Mountain. We grabbed fastpasses and then rode. Cuncle Robert introduced us to the art of waiting for a particular seat on Space Mountain. I have to agree with him that the experience is better from the very front row.



After Space, we were sort of undecided about what to do next (this would be a theme for the day as I had purposefully not made an itinerary because Cuncle Robert would be with us and I didn't want to boss him around on his only day at the park. Besides, I didn't know ahead of time what rides he liked/disliked). After some discussion, we made our way to B's favorite--Big Thunder Mountain Railroad! There was a bit of a line but not too long. This ride rocks. Cuncle Robert had us wait for the end car this time and I have to agree with him again that the ride is faster in the very back.

After BTMRR, it was time for more fastpasses. Cuncle Robert let us know IJ is one of his favorites so we trundled over to Adventureland. Then off for a satisfying ride on Pirates. This ride never gets old. Next, since we were in the area, we made our way to the Haunted Mansion. Since Cuncle Robert was with us, DW and I got to ride in our own Doom Buggy. Cuncle Robert said we were the scariest part of the ride.

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Old 09-22-2009, 07:10 PM   #94
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Day 3: Monday, August 10th, Part 2--Stand up comedy

With all the grumpiness of waking up, we hadn't had much in way of breakfast. By the time we exited the Haunted Mansion we were hungry, hungry hippos. On my only previous trip to Disneyland, we had giant cinnamon rolls at the Blue Ribbon Bakery and I was hankering for another one. As an added bonus, cinnamon rolls are included on DW's medical diet so this was a treat everyone could enjoy. DW and I jumped in line and sent B and CR (Cuncle Robert) to the penny arcade. We split two cinnamon rolls between 3 adults and 1 child and there was plenty of food. They are as big as your head.

Next up was Space Mountain, again! We had fastpasses but we noticed that already the lines were longer than they had been on Sunday. Weird. Leaving Space, DW mentioned that she wanted to try her hand at Buzz again. The line was 30 minutes and we got in. Can you believe it? One day without my itinerary and we're waiting in 30 minute lines. Turns out the time in line went super quick because CR has an almost inexhaustible supply of PG jokes. He told B jokes the ENTIRE time we were in line. I was so impressed. B would give CR a topic and he would have a joke. Amazing. The worst part is that I cannot remember even ONE of the jokes he told.

Buzz was fun as always but the ride stopped recording hits about halfway through so none of us given scores.

CR suggested that we head to DCA and grab fastpasses for Soarin' as this is his favorite ride in the whole resort. He also said that he needed some real food and suggested Taste Pilot's Grill. We had some decent food at Taste Pilot's on Saturday so everyone happily agreed to this plan. We obtained fastpasses, got spritzed under the giant mister by the Soarin' entrance and settled down in line at TPG to study the menu. B went for chicken nuggets again, DW ordered for the chicken sandwich and CR and I decided on a hamburger. I saw people leaving the counter with some good looking ribs but they were so messy I didn't order them. Big mistake. The hamburger tasted and smelled like meat from a school cafeteria. It didn't even look like meat. In Disney's defense, this was the only truly horrible meal I had. There were some mediocre things but this was the only item that I wasn't sure I could eat. Blech.

Around here, I lose the thread of my narrative again (next time I will take better notes, I promise!). I know the things we did but I have only a vague idea of the order. So I'll list what we did and give a brief review.

Redwood Creek Challenge Trail: Awesome, awesome, awesome! Great fun to run up and down the big cargo nets and squeeze down the tiny slides. B was the only one small enough to go on the ziplines and he didn't want to go alone so we skipped it. Both B and CR made it across the climbing wall. I couldn't go bc I had open-toed shoes. The best part was the totem cave. DW's totm was a beaver! CR and I totally cracked up.

Toy Story Mania: We waited in line for about 35 minutes and it was totally worth it! This ride is so much fun! Plus, DW always creams me at Buzz and I kicked her butt. Double fun!

Turtle Talk With Crush: Also a ton of fun and air-conditioned and you sit down! B was bummed because he wasn't picked to ask a question. They really only have time for a few kids to ask questions so don't expect your kid to definitely be picked.

Waiting for the show to start


Soarin' Over California: This is CR's favorite ride. He is a struggling movie score composer and I think he knows every note of the soundtrack for this ride. It made me listen to the music more closely and it really enhanced the ride for me. Usually, the music is just background to me.

Once we finished all these attractions, it was late afternoon and getting hot so we headed back to the hotel for siesta. But not without stopping so that B could buy the most ridiculous hat on the planet. In defense of the hat, it made it very hard for B to get lost...just look for the small kid with the GIANT hat.

Time lapse hat photography





I'll leave you with a pic we took on the walk back to the hotel--the mousehawk!



And one more thing...delurk and come on in...I like company.

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I'll de-lurk, I am loving your trip report, you are the best aunts!
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*delurks*

i am enjoying your trip! makes me wish mine was coming up sooner! B is a lucky guy to have aunties like you both!
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Thanks for letting me know you're out there cali_crafter! It's more fun to write for readers.

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i am enjoying your trip! makes me wish mine was coming up sooner! B is a lucky guy to have aunties like you both!
I am enjoying my trip again by writing about it. Seriously, I get a big grin every time I work on this TR. prncesaurora21, I see you have a kitty. We have a kitty, too, Miss Dion. I will post a picture of her even though she can never go to Disneyland.

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Great TR, it sounds like loads of fun. Loving the pictures too.
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Great TR, it sounds like loads of fun. Loving the pictures too.
Thanks firefox2! Props go to DW who took almost all of the pictures. Another update coming soon.
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Off Topic--Halloween

Ok, I'm going to do a really bad thing and interrupt my TR with some news about my upcoming trip (we leave Friday!). I know I should finish my TR first but we finally decided what we are going to wear to the ToT party and I just had to share. Drumroll....

We are going as a bee (me) and a beekeeper (DW). I wanted to be Siegfried and Roy because it seemed so easy. Just wear white tiger stripped t-shirts and carry a stuffed tiger. DW nixed this idea. Then she saw this incredible bee keeper costume in a Martha Stewart magazine and she was hooked.

I found a child size bee costume at CVS that works for me. It's supposed to be short tank dress with bee colored stripes and then a ruffly skirt. It fits me perfectly as a cute bee top. Headband with antennae attacked is included. Add some black yoga pants and my costume is complete.

Just to rant for a minute though, who designed a Halloween costume that is a tank top?! I grew up in New England and part of choosing a Halloween costume was picking out something warm because if you were going out to trick or treat at night you would need layers.

We went to Home Depot tonight and DW bought a plain white coverall suit (the kind some people wear while painting) to serve as her bee suit. We found some really cute bee doo dads at JoAnns fabric store to attach to the suit. A friend is going to lend us her hat with mosquito netting and viola! Bee suit complete. Now we just need a cute honey bucket for DW to collect her candy.

Now back to our regularly scheduled TR. Peace.
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Day 3: Monday, August 10th, Part 3--TSM Domination

In another nod to how nice the Hojo is, CR was totally surprised when we opened the door to our hotel room and he saw the size of the room and the skylights. We all took a pretty long nap at the hotel and woke up hungry. Made it out the door around 6pm, I think. First we headed to Mimi's but the wait was 20 minutes and we were all more interested in heading to the parks. We thought it would save some time to just get McDonalds. Not sure if we saved any time as DW can only eat plain hamburgers and they of course screwed up and gave her one with ketchup. Seriously, we must have waited 20 minutes for our order because CR was finished eating by the time our food arrived.

On the way to the parks, CR expressed interested in riding Toy Story Mania again. It took some convincing to get B in the line but CR wore him down. In the spirit of friendly competition, the two top scorers from our previous ride (CR and I) rode in the same car. I don't want to brag but CR was dominated by yours truly. I'm sure that in the grand scheme my score was not that high but it sure felt good. After riding TSM, we decided to head back to DL to use our Space, BTMRR and IJ fastpasses. On the way out of Paradise Pier, DW and I were looking longingly at the 15 minute wait time at California Screamin'. CR must have noticed because he asked if we wanted to ride. Of course we wanted to ride! The line moved quickly and CR took a dramamine so everyone was happy.




By this time, it was getting dark and we all enjoyed the lights along Paradise Pier as we made our way out of the park.



Back in DL, we beelined for Space to use our Fastpasses. The plan was to catch a couple more rides and then be in position to swoop into New Orleans Square as the first showing of Fantasmic finished up. Turns out we really only had time to use our FPs for Big Thunder Mountain. Too bad, as CR never got to ride IJs. But we did have the awesome experience of riding BTMRR while the fireworks were going off. If you can time it right, do this! We caught glimpses of Tinkerbell through the trees while we were waiting in line. Very cool. We had six FPs for BTMRR left and I found a very sad looking family of 6 staring at the 50 minute standby wait time. Happy to say that I was able to provide them with some Disney magic! I hope they knew the FPs could be used after the return time printed on them.

We waited at the rope between New Orleans Square and Adventure land while folks from the first Fantasmic made their way out. Once we were let in, the first row seats along the water were already gone but we found some second row spots behind a short family.

For B and I, it was our first time to see Fantasmic and it did not disappoint. Truly incredible and such fun music (thanks again to CR for making me listen more closely). Truthfully, I think B could have done without the show. By the time 10:30 rolled around, he was SO ready to go to sleep.

We fought our way through the crowds to the entrance, hugged CR one more time, slogged back to the hotel and collapsed. Happy and tired.

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So I started by just using the planning board and am slowly branching out to the other boards the DIS offers. So glad I did because your trip report is awesome!

It looks like your DN has a wonderful personality, I look forward to the pictures so that I can see how he's posing and with what. My favorite is the one of him and your DW with the light saber pointed directly at the camera lens. SO CUTE!

Also wanted to wish you a good time at Gay Days! I remember you saying that you'll be staying at the DI&S, I wouldn't mind you steering away from your TR again for a post to let us know what you thought about it when you're back!

Bee and bee keeper is totally cute, but no red!
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So I started by just using the planning board and am slowly branching out to the other boards the DIS offers. So glad I did because your trip report is awesome!

It looks like your DN has a wonderful personality, I look forward to the pictures so that I can see how he's posing and with what. My favorite is the one of him and your DW with the light saber pointed directly at the camera lens. SO CUTE!

Also wanted to wish you a good time at Gay Days! I remember you saying that you'll be staying at the DI&S, I wouldn't mind you steering away from your TR again for a post to let us know what you thought about it when you're back!

Bee and bee keeper is totally cute, but no red!
Welcome JustAKid. I'm so glad you are enjoying the trip report. B is a total character and such a ham for the camera. On our next day at DL, we spent time in Toontown so you'll get lots of great pictures.

I am so excited for Gay Days!! We leave tomorrow! We will be wearing red on Saturday and Sunday.

We changed our reservation to the Tropicana because we were able to get a slightly better rate and it had better reviews on TripAdvisor. I was able to get a room at the Hojo again but not at the Entertainment rate. DW hasn't been feeling great so we decided to stay closer to the parks. I will definitely post a trip report.

My goal is to finish this trip report before we leave for our next trip so I may be burning the candle on both ends tonight.

You are going to be a Disneyland expert by the time your trip rolls around. There is so much information on these boards.
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Well, you didn't post any more of your trip report so I hope that doesn't mean you decided to panic about all the stuff you had to get done before leaving instead. Hope you have/had a wonderful time!
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Sorry I wasn't able to write. I was given a last minute work assignment.

But I'm done now and we're on our way in just a few hours!!
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