Friday, February 26, 2016

DisneyLand Day 3

On our last day I took a couple pictures at breakfast.  The kids loved the all you can eat continental type breakfast.  I thought it was good too but it was a little stressful trying to help everyone get all the food they wanted and eat myself.  Between making hot chocolates, oatmeal, waffles, and grabbing the other breakfast food it got a bit crazy.

Once we got in we headed staright for the Peter Pan ride.  Everyone says the line for that is long so we should go there right away.  Even with doing that we waited for about an hour!  I'm not sure it was worth it.
Here is a picture of part of the line.  Several times at Disneyland we had to leave the line with one child to take them to the bathroom and then squish past all the people to get back in line.  No one said anything but I'm sure some people were wondering why we were cutting the line.

We took a selfie while waiting.
I can't remember the name of this next ride but I do remember the kids thought it was fast.  Tucker and Penelope had to go together on a lot of the rides because many were for two people and Bob and I would be paired up with Scarlett and Leon.  It worked pretty well.
The finding nemo ride was fun.  The kids were scared before hand because they knew it went underwater.  Once it started they loved it.  I think this is the deepest submarine I ever want to go in.
We rode this little train ride and I wanted to post about it because it wasn't great.  I think it is one of the older rides.  I wish I knew more about it before we wasted our time.  Their is only one train and the line goes very slow.  The ride itself was just ok.  If there is any sort of line, I would say to pass on this one.

We also spend more time on this day meeting princesses.

The girls met Merida from brave and said she was their favorite. It was cute because she got down on their level and talked to them like a friend.  She whispered a secret to them and was making a pinkie promise with them.  The girls told me later that she said they could be secret sisters because of the matching red hair, shhh.  It made them feel special and not like they were just there to take a picture.  I'm sad I didn't get a picture of the pinkie promise.

One more Disneyland post to wrap things up.

1 comment:

Gayle Daly said...

I think everyone at Disneyland understands the cutting back in line with little ones. Wonderful time!