February 2006 So Husband had decided that we had done Disneyland and had no need to return. I said it was a shame we hadnt seen Space Mountain Mission 2. I said it was a pity we never got to look around The Swiss Family Robinson Tree House. I said it was a pity I would never hear the POTC song again. I said .. well, lots actually, and Husband eventually said we should go back for one last last last last ever trip in February 2006. We booked with Thomas Cook once more and this time asked for GMFL breakfast for each day. We also wanted to go by Eurostar but that was booked up so we were flying from Heathrow again. I simply couldnt believe it when Dtr threw up 4 times during the night before we went. There was no sign of temperature and she felt okay in herself. I think it was just so much excitement and build up. Fortunately this time the forecast was for normal February weather - cold and wet, instead of Arctic like in the previous year! BIL was kind enough to drive us to Heathrow again - as usual our flight was delayed. We actually managed to get the shuttle bus from the airport this time and quite quickly got checked in at the Santa Fe. We walked through the Village and reached the Parks about 2.40. We decided to go into the Studios first and went onto the Tram Tour and then the 3.45 Stunt Show. You may remember that Dtr had never seen this all the way through, so she was thrilled by this. We were all starving, so went off for our now-traditional first night dinner at Annettes. Husband and I had the RocknRoller Burger, Son had Blues Brother burger and Dtr had the mini hotdogs. Then it was time to go into the main Park. Once again it was Carnival time in Disneyland, but sadly this year there was to be no Fantillusion. We made our way down Main Street USA - yay! Here we are, back again. We started by riding Phantom Manor and then POTC ..oh its all so lovely. The others went on BTM while I had my first look in the shops and then we all went on IASW. The Park was closing so we strolled back to the Santa Fe, through the Village and along the canal. Fortunately Dtr hadnt been sick anymore - it really had been the excitement making her ill. We had really really looked forward to this holiday!