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Old 02-05-2012, 11:41 PM   #1
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Thank you Amtrak for a Decade of Disneyland!

Yes, I know. I'm a little late but it's finally time to start my trip report for our trip that took place October 31-November 12, 2011. Quick before something interrupts me! Let's get started!

The year 2011 marked our 10th trip to Disneyland! Who would have thought that when we made that one Amtrak trip so long ago&. the one that was so panic filled and ended up earning us a free trip & that it would have ended up leading to the start of something BIGGER and BETTER? Something so wonderful?&. the beginning of our annual Peterson family Disneyland vacations! Here we are 10 years later and I cant think of any place I would rather go.

As every year, I start thinking about the next trip almost as soon as we get home from the previous trip. You know, the usual research, itineraries for dining, countdowns, reading up on the Disboard and such. This year I even got my cooking into the act.


With a little effort things started falling into place. Lodging reservation booked in March and April. Airfare booked in June. Limo pickup from airport booked in July. Long term parking reservations made in August. Dog and cat boarding arrangements made in September. Priority seating call made & groceries ordered in October. Throughout the year I stocked up on Disney & restaurant gift cards and purchased new clothes and other items I knew we would need for our trip. Before we knew it the time had come and we were ready to head to Disneyland!

Day 1, Monday, October 31, 2011
We settled on the dates for beginning our trip on this day because we wanted to squeeze in as many days as we could for our trip in before our annual passes expired on November 12th. We did not particularly care to be in the park on Halloween but we decided it would be a good day to begin our travel and have it out of the way so as not to waste any precious park time, get settled in and rest up for our first day in the park the next morning.

I was up bright and early, about 5:30 a.m., since I was all wound up and couldn't sleep. Heck, I was even up before the darn cat woke me up for the day like she usually does. I didn't really mind being up early since I am usually a little nervous about having everything done before it's time for us to leave. I printed out some last minute notes, loaded the dishwasher, fixed up the animals that were staying behind with the sitter and finished some last minute packing. I got everyone else up and at em, showered, managed to make it out the door and we were on our way all by 9:30 a.m..

We dropped some mail off at the post office, made a run through the bank drive through and dropped the dog and cat off at the vet to be boarded while we were gone. After that we hit the big highway into Fort Worth. Along the way we ran into some road construction but thankfully it did not delay us much. We dropped off our suburban at The Parking Spot and were shuttled by Thomas, who was a great driver. He kept us entertained with riddles until we reached our destination where he dropped off at DFW's American Airlines terminal.

We got all checked in and DD and I made it through security with no problem. DH and DS, on the other hand, got the full body scan treatment. We popped in one of the eateries and got some lunch, made a last minute pit-stop and settled in to wait on our flight. Thankfully, I thought to check the wait boards after a few minutes. Our gate had been changed and we had to hike a good ways down to our new location and take the Skyshuttle over to a completely different terminal. I was really impressed with all the men who were respectful enough to offer their seat to a lady, older person or child. I also noticed that all the American Airline employees appeared to be in good humor. Being Halloween day, we saw Cruella Deville and a few other costumed characters passing out candy. After a short wait, we boarded our plane. We had a minor delay of about 15 minutes. DD got the window seat and I sat in the middle next to a woman who never said a word the whole flight. Thank heavens she wasn't coughing and hacking like most of the people I normally end up sitting beside.

We arrived at John Wayne Airport without incident and headed to pickup our luggage. DH had been in touch with the limo driver so he was making arrangements as to where we would be picked up. We usually just take a cab but this time I had picked up a deal from Groupon so the idea was to ride in style to our hotel. Unfortunately, heres where we ran into one of the few disappointments of the trip. The driver pulled up for us in a silver limo. I had requested a black one. It is probably just my opinion but the silver one just didnt look very classy like I had expected&. in fact, we all thought it was down right ugly! It didnt even have tinted windows & so much for feeling like a celebrity during our ride. Oh well, I resigned myself to the fact that its probably what you get when you get a bargain rate. At least the inside of the limo ended up being okay. As for the driver& not quite what I had hoped for either. Last time we had a very distinguished super polite gentleman who looked and acted just like the driver in the movie Driving Mrs. Daisy. Sure, this one was nice enough but just lacked a little something. He grabbed our luggage and literally tossed it into the trunk. It didnt get any better from there. I dont know how many of you have ever seen the movie Ernest Saves Christmas? There's a part when Ernest picks up a guy in his cab and proceeds to send him sliding back and forth across the seats as he weaves through traffic.... well let's just say that our ride speeding down the California highway definitely brought images from that movie to my mind... only we were the ones who were doing the sliding. Not at all what I had expected out of a limo ride. We did arrive at the Anaheim Desert Inn pretty much in one piece and most likely in record time.

We checked into our room and rested for a few minutes. Then we decided to walk down to Mimis to grab a bite to eat. I had been looking forward to their quiche. It was wonderful! However, DSs salmon was a very small portion compared to the last time we were there. And, DH was not very impressed with their pre-breaded chicken fried steak or their instant potatoes. Darn! Sure going to make it more difficult to get them back next year so I can have my quiche. Anyway, I used my $50 gift card from doing surveys and a 20% off coupon so the only cash we spent out of our pocket was for the tip. I had an extra coupon that I knew we would not use so I stopped off at a table on the way out and passed it on to a large group who seemed pretty grateful.

We made our way back down Harbor Blvd and stopped in at Coldstone Creamery for some dessert. I had a good chuckle myself listening to the Rocky Horror Picture Show music playing in the background. Brought back memories of way back when. We left our tip and the employees sang their song as they always do&. only this time a little off key but thankfully it was done that way on purpose. Always worth the tip for a good laugh. I tried to make a mental note to myself to be sure to only get a small cup of ice cream next time as the medium size is way too much. We'll see if I remember.

We arrived back at our room and settled in to wait for our grocery delivery. I was glad we had no other plans for the evening because Vons called to say that they would be about 30 minutes late. When they did get to our room the driver was very pleasant and I had no substitutions so I was quite happy.

DD got a new MP3 player for the trip. She was a little excited.


The guys hung out in their room watching who knows what while DD and I relaxed in our room and watched a little Cake Boss. We heard the fireworks going off and we were able to go sit on our window sill and see some of them.


Shortly afterwards we started making preparations to turn in for the night. Evidently Desert Inn had replaced their bedding. It was much firmer than previous years. Even DD agreed. Looking around we also decided that they had gotten new carpet.


Not really pretty but it was nice to know they had done a little upgrading. As it turned out, our room was right next to the elevator, stairs and ice machine. I was a little concerned that it might be extra noisy and keep us awake. For a little while it did but then things settled down... or I was too tired to care... and we drifted off to dream land.

Thats about it for day 1. Not much park talk but I am quite happy that I did actually get this here trip report started. Last year it took me 5 months! My goal this year is to get started AND finished well before our next Disney trip.
By a magnificent stroke of luck, we have been invited to a wedding in Florida. With a little prodding from me I was able to convince DH that we really should visit the parks while we are already there so we will be getting a 3 day bonus trip in at WDW. How cool is that? Even better is that we will also still be taking our big annual trip in November. What a great Disney year for me!!!! So anyway, as you can see I really need to get motivated to get our 2011 trip report completed because it wont be long before there are 2 more reports for 2012 that will need to get done. 2012 is going to be awesome!

Stay tuned! There will be lots more coming up!

Just in case anyone is interested& I thought I would throw in the links to my past trip reports. It'll give you something to do while I am getting the next installment ready! Here you go:
2010 - http://www.disboards.com/showthread....6#post39506146
2009 - http://www.disboards.com/showthread....1#post34860281
2008 - http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2021554
2007 - http://www.disboards.com/showthread.....php?t=1588869
2006 - http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...-part-1-a.html
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Old 02-08-2012, 01:52 PM   #2
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I see I have a few people reading along but no comments yet so I guess it's time to get to the good stuff.... so now on with the details inside the park!



Day 2, Tuesday, November 1, 2011
As usual ,for the first few days I woke up early, still on Texas time. I tried to go back to sleep but when DD woke up too we went ahead and turned on the Disney Channel to start off the day. Even the guys woke up early which NEVER happens so we decided we would get to the park for opening. I got my shower and we were out the door bright and early for us.

DD can't resist doing a little pole bending on the way into the park.


She always has to bring a park buddy along.


Still a few decorations up. Those Disney characters can sure make a pumpkin look cute.


Proof that we really were there for park opening at 10:00 a.m. .... something that may never happen again!


There was not a huge crowd on this magical first morning of our trip. The band came out front to play and then they let us through the gates. Just love that welcoming chime as your ticket gets scanned! We stopped off to buy a pen at the news stand for DDs autograph book and one for me to write down my notes in the evening. Id like to mention that this was my first AP discount of the trip and I used my first Disney gift card too.

Next, we made our entrance into the park. Ahhhh, home sweet home!


Not sure we have ever been early enough to ever see this happen. COOL! I love it!


We meandered down Main Street towards the Cinema.




DS loves this place and had requested that it become our traditional first stop so we had to oblige. It really is one of those underrated areas of the park. Love those early cartoons.




We hung around for awhile and then made our way down to the Markethouse where I got my first white hot chocolate and we all grabbed a gingerbread Mickey cookie with those yummy chocolate ears.






What a perfect treat to start the day. We sat for a few minutes listening to the sounds of the dentist office and soaking up the other sites and sounds that add to Main Street's atmosphere.




What a beautiful glimpse of my favorite sight! The castle... not those people, as I have no idea who they are.... although I am sure they are quite nice too.


Fully charged up with a good sugar fix we decided to go to the Tiki Room so we headed to Adventureland. Love the off season. Just look at the non existent crowd!


Our traditional first ride is always POTC but, alas, it was closed so we had to come up with a new plan. Not nearly as good a choice but it would suffice& especially since there wasnt a thing we could do to change the situation. There were only about 3 other families ready to take on the Tiki Room this morning.






Second ride was the Jungle Cruise.






Would that be the Dominguez tree, the oldest object in Disneyland?
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Continued....

After such a long trek DS had worked up a hunger and was craving a turkey leg. He set off to Frontierland where he was able to locate the cart for his favorite Disneyland park meal.

What a happy face!


The rest of us were planning to try out the new offerings at Hungry Bear so we had wandered off in the direction of Critter Country where he would meet up with us and grab a table while we were picking up our order.




DH and I both tried the fried tomato sandwich with sweet potato fries. I liked it. He did not. We both agreed it was really messy. DD got one of the kid pack meals but spent most of her time worrying about the ducks. Id like to mention that the CM working the counter was excellent. He engaged us in conversation asking us where we were from and all about our trip. Wished I had gotten his name and put in a good word for him. I really need to work on that.


Lunch out of the way, it was time to get in some rides. The guys headed out to ride Splash while the girls headed in the direction of Pooh.












Next, we met up and all rode Haunted Mansion.














Making our way to a different area of the park, we all boo-hooed as we passed by the closed POTC.


We cut through the Plaza Pavillion on our way to Fantasyland and paused to listen to the band that was playing.




Crummy photo I know but I loved that the guy was wearing his Mickey ears.
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Continued...


While the guys went on Matterhorn, DD and I chose to ride Storybookland. I spotted what looked like the tiniest little pomegranates on some of the trees. DD was in quite a mood. She was getting annoyed with some of the kids in line so she spent her time annoying me. Still we managed to have a great boat trip. I love this ride!














We met the boys and all squeezed into a teacup. Glad it is a short ride because it is not really too comfy for 4 good sized people. Needless to say no photos as I did not have enough elbow room to raise my camera!

We split up again and the guys headed off to somewhere besides Fantasyland. DD and I stayed behind and rode Dumbo.






Then we headed over to Toad which had a minor delay right before it was our turn to get on. Glad it wasnt while we were on it because I dont think I would like to be trapped in hell. Anyway, they got it going and we came out from our wild ride with no problems.




















Then we moseyed over to Casey Jr for a little train trip.







DD wanted to grab a tub of Dibs and eat them while riding the train like we had done in WDW so we found the ice cream cart and made our purchase. We boarded the train in Toontown and they proceeded to announce that there was no eating allowed on the train. The announcer was very good and added a little humor to our excursion. Unfortunately, after his announcement, DD turned into a very unhappy camper when I informed her that we would not be breaking the rules. After quite a long drawn out argument she finally accepted my suggestion that we could disembark on Main Street and find a bench on Town Square. We had to stop and pose with the horse, of course.
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We found a bench and she started on her snack. The firehouse band came out to play so we decided to move closer for a better view. We listened for a few minutes and then DD was ready to go back to our room for a break. We realized she had left her puppy on the first bench but by the time we went back it was already gone. Thankfully, a man saw DD in distress and pointed out a CM who had picked it up and was just coming out of City Hall. We went over and YES they did have Pookie so the crisis was averted and DD was joyous again.


Hopefully she also learned a lesson about keeping a better eye on the stuff she just has to take to the park. We made our way back to the room and rested up for a couple hours.

Recharged we made our way back to the park where DD wanted to head to Fantasyland again.






First stop was Peter Pan. It actually had one of the shortest lines I have ever seen! We probably waited only about 10 minutes. Wish it were like that all the time.

Love the hook hanger for the light.


Next was the Carousel.




Then, followed up with Pinocchio which was a walk on.


Dumbo was next, then Alice, Casey Jr. and Snow White.




We ended the night with one last ride on the carousel. We then headed back to the room and crashed in no time after our first big day in the park.
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Yay - another mariezp TR! I don't care if you are a few months late, I love your pictures (especially of your DD who is a total ham!) and eagerly await more.

I absolutely never noticed the hook light fixture at PP. That's what I love about Disneyland - there's always something new or something you missed.
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Hi lozzypop! Thanks for reading along with me, the nice compliment about my pictures and actually remembering my past trip reports. I hope this one keeps you reading along and enjoying more photos too. There's still plenty more to come. Just gotta keep the old ball rolling!

My DD is indeed a true camera ham. I am so glad because she sure livens up my picture taking for me. I also think she's pretty darn cute.

I am not sure if I ever noticed the light hanger before this trip either. I have always loved architectural elements so I absolutely loved this one when I saw it. Wish the picture would have came it better but the lighting in the line is never very good. Guess I could have turned on the flash but I am pretty sure no one around me would have really appreciated me blinding them while we were standing in line. As always Disney's attention to detail is a huge part of what makes Disneyland so much more than just another park. And, I totally agree that you can always find something new to see that you have never seen before. Happens to me on every trip.

I hope to get the next day of my TR posted soon so be sure to chime in again and let me know what you think.
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Day 3, Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Today was our first California Adventure day. We made our way through the new turnstiles. I thought they did a good job of detouring guests around the construction and hiding it very well.


My DH has his private pilot's license so all things plane related are right up his alley.


First Ride was Soarin which is my favorite ride in CA. There was no line at all when we walked up to the building.


I love the blue glowy industrial look lighting.




First snack of the day.


Next up was our very first time to ride Little Mermaid, again with hardly any wait. I loved it! The animatronics are amazing and I love all the bright colors along with all the ocean theme decor. My picture taking stunk on this trip so I made sure to practice more later on.










Next was Toy Story, again with the shortest line I have ever seen which was about 10 minutes.













We strolled along the boardwalk games. DS tried his hand at baseball without his usual success. DD on the other hand, snagged 2 mini Bullseyes when she won the the horse race game.


We followed up with 2 rides on the Carousel while the guys rode Screamin. I love the critters and the bright colors on King Triton.










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Continued.....

Moving right along DS and I rode the Silly Symphony Swings while DH and DD just watched. It was very windy. DS was on the outside swinging pretty crazy. After DD watched us this time I bet it is going to be even harder than ever to convince her to ride now. I guess that's okay because it's kinda fun to have a ride or two that only my DS and I will ride together. This is one of those we get to share just between the 2 of us.




We made our way around to Goofys Sky School and the guys rode that while DD and I went on Little Mermaid again.




From there DD and I went through the Redwood Creek Trail, aka Wilderness Explorer Camp, while the boys went on Grizzly River Rapids. I usually let DH take DD through this area but she wanted me to go today so I tried to take plenty of photos. I didnt mind missing GR at all because I am usually the one to get drenched and it was still a little cool to be walking around all day soggy.
























We had reservations at DTD for Rainforest Café so we headed out of CA to partake of some good food.








We paused out front to watch the bird show for a few minutes.


We checked in at the front and were seated in about 5 minutes.


The food was fair. I have to say that the WDW RFC has much better food. I dont really understand why DTDs cant make a few improvements and bring their food up to where it should be. Anyway, we were very happy to learn that we could make a substitution and add regular shrimp instead of the coconut shrimp that none of us are very fond of. After we finished eating we, of course, had to stop off in the gift shop for DD. I do believe their store is her favorite place to shop out of all the choices she has throughout the resort. Her souvenir picked out, she was happy and we headed back to our room for a midday break.
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Continued....

I had a horrendous headache so I tried to take a nap but it didnt last long. Determined to not let it stop me we went ahead and set out back to the park at about 6:00. This time we headed for Disneyland. DD and I headed out on our own towards Adventureland after we first grabbed a Mickey ice cream and a chocolate banana. Oh so good! Probably just what I needed! We looked around in some of the shops for a few minutes while we finished off our ice cream and found Shrunken Ned.


We went over to the Jungle Cruise where we waited about 5 minutes.


We then backtracked to the Tiki Room. Jonathan was an excellent host who appeared to really enjoy his job. I made sure to thank him after the show. Again, I wish I had left a positive comment for him at City Hall. Ill have to be sure to keep an eye out for him next time.


Next, we crossed over to Tomorrowland.




We walked right on to Buzz's Astroblasters. I don't think I held my mouth just right cause I didn't do very well.




Next was a 5 minute wait for Autopia. DD finally tried pushing that darn pedal and just about gave me whiplash! Thank heavens she wore out pretty soon and I took over control of the pedals again, as usual. She drives a lot like Toad!






I caught the mouse hole!


We decided to make Nemo our last ride of the night&. Where again we found another 5 minute wait.
Getting in the mood to see the fishies.




We stopped and got some corn dogs to take back for supper. Then met the guys at the Market House and picked up some sweet treats to have for our dessert later. It was a wonderful evening to be in the park! I could have stayed all night! Unfortunately, they closed early. The weather was perfect, crowds were low and the lines were super short. Wish it were like that all the time!
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I love the photo of you on King Triton's carousel mariezp.

More! More!

C'mon people, I can't be the only one following along........
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Thanks lozzypop. I usually don't have very many photos with me in them and I always prefer the photos of everyone else but me!

This is a tough crowd around here! I'd like to hope that some are reading and looking but they just don't have much to say. I do have to say that it is much more encouraging when people chime in so thank you for speaking up... again!
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I'm reading too and enjoying your trip report.
Keep up the good work!
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Ok, I need to chime in here..I am really enjoying your TR!! Your pictures are amazing and interesting and you captured a lot of things that I haven't seen before, or at least at that angle. Great job! What type of camera do you shoot with? I am excited reading your report, as I will be there in about 10 days! I love all the rides you were on with your daughter, I stay away from Screamin', TOT, and most other "scary" rides! I look forward to reading more...
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Can you tell me more about the Cold Stone singers? We are staying at the hotel with the Cold Stone next week, and this sounds fun!
Great trip report... its getting me all excited to go. Thanks!
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