Mulholland Madness. The Maliboomer was a big thrill drop ride. http://disneyparks.wikia.com/wiki/Maliboomer My kids were old enough a little before they got rid of it and loved it. The Golden Gates was the old park entrance with the Golden Gate Bridge. I wonder what they did with that? http://www.ocweekly.com/news/california-adventures-golden-gate-bridge-no-more-6452262 Hate to think of it in a junkyard somewhere Good to know on the food. I will set expectations accordingly. Yes, it's all about the experience.Aha! Yes! I remember that ride now! Mulholland Falls or something! I knew I went on it before, but I thought I was confusing it with some other theme park as I hadn't heard of Goofy's Sky School at all and as we were riding it, I thought I had been on it before! The seats are soooo tiny on that ride. And yes I think I remember the ride vehicles being different too, hence I thought I was in a completely different theme park, but I never go to theme parks outside of Disney so I thought I just imagined it all. Thanks for clarifying!
That's crazy that one side of Jellyfish doesn't ever open! I understand energy-savings but only having a handful of people go on at a time isn't very efficient, LOL.
I totally remember there was a tortilla factory!! I was wondering what happened to it. I also remember a stall selling date shakes too. I can't remember the maliboomer or the golden gates though!
Thank you for reading! Yes! I am so jealous San Jose has one as that is where my brother in law and family live so I'm thinking I need to make a trip out there soon!
Ariel's was fine food-wise. I thought it was better than Cinderella's Royal Table in WDW because that one is seriously overpriced for the same quality of food. Still, it's about the experience more so than the food! Hope you enjoy it!