Here's what I ate for breakfast:
|Ok, I confess. This was round two =)|
Walking down the Main Street, I was able to snap a picture of Mickey in motion. These characters don't stop for anything!
We started at the Muppets Vision 3D which was amusing. . .
followed by the Monsters Inc ride which was cute.
|Boo needs the bathroom|
|Boo beating up the evil monster.|
|They found Boo's door!|
The line was short and we were in our seats and buckled in within 5 minutes. It actually was pretty fun. And it was funny to hear S yelling. I wish I bought the picture they offer because our faces were hilarious.
|Do I look like a tourist or what?|
We walked through a Bug Land and went to the 3D show there.
I closed my eyes throughout the show because I didn't want to see hornets flying at me and I kept my feet up so I wouldn't feel the air blowing (pretending to be bugs) and I kinda sat forward so I wouldn't get poked in the back. I'm wise to you, Bugs Life 3D.
|I thought this women's restroom sign was so cute! Bugs!|
Monsters Inc characters
It's Crush! He's 150, dude, and still young!
And the Toy Story gang.
After the parade, we headed to Paradise Pier to get in line for California Screamin'. I figured this was just a roller coaster and had no idea it went upside down until we were barreling along the track to the loop.
It was really neat though, and long. Totally worth it. I like roller coasters that are long enough to make it worth the wait. I would have wanted to go on the Ferris wheel, had it not felt like 150 degrees out. That was vetoed real quick.
Next up was a Toy Story ride. It was an arcade shooting game, where you sit in a car that whisks you around to different screens and you have to shoot at the targets to earn the most points. I totally had the highest score of our car. I think S thought he was going to take me down after the embarrassing defeat at the Men in Black ride last summer, but no! I dominated. Again.
We were going to try and go on the water ride, Grizzly River Run, but there was a 70 minute wait, so we passed and decided to head back to the hotel.
|Does anyone else think this looks like a bear?|
After a good five hours, and long waits at all the other attractions we wanted to go on, we left. My feet were hurting by that point, even with my new fancy dancy Dr. Scholl's gel inserts. We drove the 1.5 miles back to the hotel - I can't believe how close Disney was to the hotel - and collapsed in our rooms.
I finally remembered to take a picture of my dinner!! Chicken on ciabatta with lettuce and tomato and some kind of pesto. And I ordered fruit instead of french fries - look at me!!
Next up, Universal!