I save the parking passes, and we have a collage of parking passes and pictures from Disneyland on our walls. I have a 05/05/05 pass, and now a 02/29/12 one. I also keep them so I can count how many times we have been. Crazy, I know.
We went back to Disneyland the next day, and it was perfect. Not too busy either, just 30 minute wait times.
It was a perfect day, blue skies, warm weather. I really don't like super busy days. If we would have made it into the park on the 29th, it would have been pretty miserable, and we would have been really tired the next day. God works in funny ways!
We love to ride space mountain. I like to ride with my hands up. Sometimes I close my eyes. Sometimes I look at the ceiling. My hubby used to work close to Disneyland and he'd go ride Space Mountain during his lunch break. How cool is that?
What better way to learn about Physics then to ride some coasters? Princess is sad she is not yet tall enough to ride Screamin' yet.
California Adventure has come a long way from what it was. It's almost as enjoyable as Disneyland now. Almost. Cars Land will go a long way in improving it. We actually ate at California Adventure. The BBQ pizza was so good! It's on flatbread, with BBQ sauce, chicken, applewood smoked bacon, different kinds of cheese, and onions. It was so good! Normally we don't eat at the parks (who wants to buy overpriced theme park food?) but for this pizza I will make an exception! The pizza was perfect for me and Hubby to split, then we bought two more pizzas for the kids to split.
Here's my unsocialized homeschoolers where they belong. Just kidding! We went to toontown so Doorbuster could ride Gagets Go-coster. His first time on he was fine, the 2nd time they said he was too short and couldn't ride, because a map fit between his head and the height stand. Go figure. If you have kids that are barely touching it, be warned- a lot of the height things are off a bit between the one at the front of the line and the one at the entrance.
Genius, Daredevil and I got stuck on Indiana Jones when it broke down, and got to ride part of it with the lights on. I wish they'd do a annual pass-holder night and let us ride all the rides with the lights on. It's neat to see how they do certain things. It makes you really appreciate the work that goes into making the rides so special.
So that was our One (sort of) More Disney Day. I would say I'd go again next time, but I'm pretty sure that next time they'll make it an extra, ticketed, event. But the day after- perfect!