The highlight for the last of our two days in Disneyland was breakfast at the other hotel (i.e. the more expensive one) with Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Pluto. The novelty of being able to take pictures with these classic Disney characters aside, the food was also pretty decent, with my favourite being the hash browns that looked and tasted a lot like the Burger King ones. Ah, there’s no comfort food like familiar fast food.
After breakfast, it was back to the park to continue where we left off. But before that, some customary queuing for photos.
Prior to going on this trip, a number of friends had told me that the Space Mountain ride was a must-go. The only real adult ride in the whole park they said. I’m glad they warned me in advance so I had a number of excuses prepared by the time we got there on why it was more important for me to babysit the kids while my wife went for the ride alone. I much prefer rides like the one below where chances of you dislodging from your seat and being catapulted 50 meters into the air are close to zero.
Sadly, we could not spend as much time at Disneyland as the day before because we had to check into a new hotel that evening. We were probably too tired by then anyway, but I am really glad that we had managed to visit most of the attractions over the two days. If all goes well, I would certainly like to plan another trip to one of the other Disneylands in 2011!
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