No crowds, hardly any lines, no middle school kids, just screaming toddlers, although the one thing I HATE is when people smoke in non-smoking areas. There was a couple smoking in the middle of Main Street, of all places. They all tried to hide it; please, like we can't see that ugly white stick in your hand, let alone smell it, and I HATE smoke, it's just too disgusting! :yuck: Please people, smoke in the designated smoke areas so that us non smokers won't be foreced to breathe it in and mess up our throats.
Some of the projections in Space Mountain were not on or not working. It was so cool, because at some points we rode into complete blackness. Literally could not see anything. I wouldn't mind if they left it that way! So fun and cool.
Only one side of Matterhorn was operating, but the line still flew by and was still great. Thunder Mountain was also great, got to sit in the back, the best seat on the train.
Our boat must've been heavy, because on Splash Mountain I got drenched. It felt soooo good. Also got pretty wet on Pirates of the Caribbean; almost never happens, maybe a few drops, but never wet like today.
Indiana Jones was awesome, however I wish they would tone down the bumpiness a little, especially during the part when you go under the bridge.
California Adventure has no crowds at all. With so many haters of California Adventure, it was nice to have so much elbow room and wide walkways.
No wait for Tower of Terror. It's funny how even the so-called tough kids that think they're cool and act like they're not afraid of anything, can jump. I was sitting next to such kids and on the first drop, obviously they're weren't expecting it, and he grabbed my leg, I guess missed the handle bar in his seat. I thought, "not so tough now." Anyway, Tower of Terror, it never gets old.
Soarin' Over California was great as ever. Got to ride it with my friend who has never been on it. He loved it. Whoever doesn't like that attraction, you're just weird.
They were testing California Screamin'. They kept stopping the trains on the first hill. I guess this is to test the brake system, I don't know. But it's progress the way I see it.
I wish on Mulholland Madness that the brake system wasn't so heavy.
On Maliboomer, my friend kept saying, "Hey therrrrre." from the safetly spiel. The Cast Member operating the tower said, "shhhh." My friend said sorry, but laughed at the same time. The Cast Member wasn't serious, but he told us, "For goodness sake, I hear that spiel all day long, quit torturing me." We laughed and didn't say it again. Funny. Also, sense we didn't feel like spending $3.00 on a churro, we just went to the Sourdough place and Mission Tortilla factory and got free samples of those. Yummy!