Hi, Ok I desperately need some help here, first some background - I am 42 and coming over from Australia for my first and probably only Disneyland experience (this is because we try never to repeat holiday destinations) . Hence why I am panicking about fitting everything in and making sure I get the most out of our 2 1/2 days. Oh and we are just travelling as a couple, no kids, although hubby would say I qualify for one, I have been driving him nuts with my Disneyland info I am wanting to have a luncheon booking at BB but am wondering if this will take up too much time, when I want to get so much done and am short on time. Can anyone tell me if it is really worth the experience and a must do and how long a standard sitting for lunch would take, I am geussing about 1 hour, compared to a counter service etc. Also I have put down half a day but in reality we arrive at Lax at 7.30am 26th Feb, so by the time we clear customs, catch the shuttle we will probably have more time but I am worried about jet lag. We technically have missed an entire nights sleep, as we would of left 12.20pm 26th Feb the same day and flown for 14 hours. Here are my plans, would love to have feedback Tuesday 26th After getting to hotel approx. 12pm head over to CA until jetlag catches us and then headback to hotel for much needed sleep Wednesday 27th Catch shuttle to Universal, then a city by night tour - probably late before we get back to hotel Thursday 28th MM - head to FL, then not rush around too much but try and take it all in but still get on most rides. Must see Innovations as hubby is fascinated with robot ASSIMO. See Parade of Dreams Friday 29th (last day) Sedgway tour at 7.30am CA. - 3 hours Have about an hour or so to do a few rides PS -BB???? Maybe head back to hotel for a rest. Back to DL for more rides, dinner etc CA for Electrical Parade DL for DCTF, then judge how tired we are and still fit some more in before heading to hotel to pack and sleep. Sat 1st March early flight out to Vegas-4 nights there, then 6 nights Steamboat Springs Colorado Any feedback, hints or suggestions would be really appreciated.