Oct 17, Day 1:
I started my morning like any other: waking up at a few minutes before 7am. *headdesk* I was planning on leaving earlier for Disneyland. But not THAT early! Sheesh!!
The original plan was to only go for the one day. But I had saved a lot and spent not as much money I had planned on. I had the day off the next day, so, I figured, way not? The first thing I did was go online and did some research on the Good Neighbor hotels. After a while I found the right one for my budget AND the closest one to the Entrance to Disneyland: The Carousel Inn!
So, after I showered and had a breakfast with brother John and my mom, we headed down Harbor Blvd. Mom dropped me off at the Hotel, where the held my stuff, while I got to play at my favorite place in the world: Disneyland!
First order of business?
Just so you know, I'm the one in the second row.
By the time I was finished, it was almost time for the noon Micechat Meet. I hadn't been to a meet, in, like, FOREVER! So, I was really looking forward to go. On the way from Tomorrowland to the Hub I snapped a few shots:
At the meet I met some new faces, but old names (Hi Dusty!), along with some new faces and some new names (Whom I cannot remember their names to save my life. I'm sorry!!!)
On our way to lunch:
After some more chatting and riding the Silly Symphony Swings (for the first time for me, btw. And it was way more fun than when t was that ridiculous Orange of Silliness), I snapped a few shots as I left to go check-in and take a well needed nap.
Can't wait to ride Mermaid!
Some more shots as I made my way through:
I passed a Bug's Land and decided to make a little Detour.
Guess which ride I was dieing to ride?
I checked-in, took a nap, ordered Chinese food (I know I had it for lunch, but that craving just wouldn't die! Lol!!
Not bad for a $110 a night eh?
After I watched the World of Color (heard was more like it, but it was still cool to watch the Mickey's Fun Wheel and all the fire and search light interaction), I took a nigh bath and went to bed.
I will post Part Two sometime tomorrow . . . .