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    Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Preface:
    Welcome back to another Bricker trip report. This time, we’re telling the tale of our April/May 2011 Coast-to-Coast Walt Disney World and Disneyland trip! In these pages, we will share laughs, spin yarns, suspend disbelief, and perform miracles! Well, maybe not the last item on that list, unless you count convincing people to read this report as a miracle! Join us as we travel from Indianapolis to California to Indianapolis to Florida (and possibly back to Indianapolis!) as we share our experiences: dining in Club 33, Napa Rose, California Grill, and Flying Fish; competing in D23’s Great Disney Scavenger Hunt; conducting research; experiencing D23’s Destination D Celebration of WDW’s 40th; and, of course, taking a ridiculous amount of photos!

    This trip report will be cross-posted from DisneyTouristBlog.com ("DTB"). I will most likely post updates a little earlier over there and they'll be easier to browse without comments in between my posts, so if you want to read ahead or without comments between posts, check out the DTB! If you enjoy the comments of others, read here!

    In any case we hope you enjoy reading this trip report - on with the show!

    The Cast:

    Starring - Tom and Sarah Bricker, lifelong Walt Disney World fans; engaged at the Polynesian in 2007, married in 2010 and honeymooned at BoardWalk thereafter. In addition to their day jobs, Tom works for TouringPlans.com and is a photographer for the Unofficial Guide travel series, while Sarah works on their fledgling DisneyTouristBlog.com and generally keeps Tom in line and on task. They recently discovered Walt’s original park, and are now committed to exploring the other worldwide Disney parks. “2012: Tokyo or Bust!”




    Guest Appearances - The Works and Work-to-be (Henry Work and his parents, and his fiancee, Kate), Nick B., J.L. Knopp, and many others!


    The Trips:


    Dates:
    Disneyland Resort - Late April & Early May, 2011
    Walt Disney World Resort - Early/Mid May, 2011

    Accommodations
    Desert Inn & Suites, Anaheim
    The Luxurious All Star Movies Resort, Walt Disney World

    Disneyland Dining

    Hungry Bear Restaurant - Critter Country
    Napa Rose - Grand Californian Resort
    Celebration Roundup & BBQ - Frontierland
    Club 33 - New Orleans Square
    Rancho del Zocalo - Frontierland
    Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port - Tomorrowland
    Tomorrowland Terrace - Tomorrowland
    Bur-r-r Bank Ice Cream - Paradise Pier
    Wine Country Trattoria - Golden State
    The Cove Bar - Paradise Pier

    Walt Disney World Dining
    Sunshine Seasons - The Land Pavilion
    Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe - Tomorrowland
    Sanaa - Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge (Kidani Village)
    California Grill - Disney’s Contemporary Resort
    Mizner's Lounge - Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
    Tortuga Tavern - Adventureland
    Flying Fish Cafe - Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
    - Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
    Kringla Bakeri og Cafe - Norway
    La Cantina de San Angel - Mexico
    Studios Catering Company - Backlot


    Exciting Links!

    Disney Tourist Blog - Our personal website where we post trip reports, Disney dining reviews, Disney product reviews, special/private event reviews, and a whole host of other random Disney musings!

    Tom's Blogging on TouringPlans.com - An index of Tom's weekly blog posts for TouringPlans.com; get a further glimpse into his thoughts regarding all things Disney...if you dare!

    Where to Buy Sarah's Attire - If you've ever wondered where Sarah purchases her dresses and other attire (and apparently, a lot of readers have), this is the link for you!

    Tom's Twitter - Don't believe the incredibly verbose Tom can limit his thoughts to 140 characters? Then check out his Twitter stream!

    Tom's Flickr - Tom posts a Disney photo here at least 5 days per week. Some of them are sort of neat.

    Like Tom's Photography on Facebook!
    - Just in case you can't get enough of dat "social media" stuff...

    Sarah's Favorite Dachshund Breeder - Sarah says we can't link to this one, because she doesn't want you all stealing the "choice" puppies. Oops, sorry!

    Past Trip Reports:

    Our First Trip to Disneyland: Disneyland from a Walt Disney World Fan's Perspective


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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Spending the day working is never a good thing to do while on vacation. Unfortunately, the Disneyland “leg” of our Coast to Coast vacation began with a day at the office. It really was unavoidable, given our goal of taking as many trips as possible this year, and apparently, sine vacation days are finite. News to me, and quite the contrast to being a student, when we had all summer off, and could elect to take time off from school without any serious repercussions.



    Normally, our Disney vacations start off early in the morning as we try to maximize our time in the parks without the extra expense of added nights at a resort. This trip similarly started early, but only because we typically get to work at 7 a.m. For me, the work day was fairly mild; it was administrative assistant’s day (or something with a similar politically correct name), which meant that our office was going out to lunch! Because of this, I had only a few hours of productivity before heading off to Fogo de Chao, where we spent a couple hours. Upon returning to the office, it was almost immediately time to leave for the airport. Not too rigorous of a day at the office!



    Arriving at the airport, we checked our bags and headed towards the food court. There, I sadly did not participate in my storied tradition of enjoying two Sausage McMuffins with Egg at McDonald’s. For some reason, McDonald’s wasn’t serving them at 4 p.m. in the afternoon. I pleaded and stomped my feet in outrage, demanding satisfaction from the clerk at McDonald’s over this egregious menu change, but she was unreceptive. Well, not really, but I imagine this is how the exchange might have gone if I weren’t still absolutely stuffed from lunch. Being a bit superstitous about my McDonald’s habits, I was a bit concerned that not having my traditional Disney meal before our trip would put an ancient Mayan curse over the trip.





    This potential curse looming heavy on my mind, I wandered the airport taking photos while Sarah ordered some odd burrito or something. While taking a photo with my fisheye of the flight tip board, I felt a tap on my shoulder. Crap, I thought, my odd photography had raised a red flag with TSA. To the contrary, and to my relief, it was actually a travel blogger who wanted to know whether I was also a blogger. She said she figured I was, given all of the odd angles from which she saw me taking photos. Realizing that I dodged a bullet by this being another passenger rather than TSA, I decided to stop taking photos at the airport, at that point. It wasn’t as if any of the photos were any good, anyway, so the risk far outweighed any reward.





    I noticed Sarah’s food was ready, so I got a table, and began one of my favorite Disney trip traditions: taking awkward photos of Sarah while she eats. This may seem cruel, but Sarah certainly reciprocates. Taking any awkward photo she can of me. Far too many of the photos we take each trip make us appear like goons. Maybe someday we’ll post all of these “outtakes.” For now, we’ll stick with the normal stuff.



    Once Sarah was done eating, we heading towards the TSA screening area. Sarah had a wonderful streak going here of being selected for advanced TSA screening every time we had flown for (at least) the past 6 flights prior to this. During this same period, I hadn’t been selected at all. Obviously Sarah more closely resembles a terrorist than me. Perhaps it’s the “Viva Bin Laden” shirt she wears to the airport--who knows? We had made much ado about this to our family members, wondering if the streak would continue. Sure enough, we jinxed it, and she wasn’t selected. ***SPOILER ALERT*** She wasn’t selected for additional screening on any of our flights during the coast-to-coast trip.

    From here, we went through our typical airport traditions of taking odd photos of one another, drawing questioning looks from other travelers. It’s often said that Indiana is the place fun goes to die (well, I think I’m the only one to say this), and it’s definitely true. You think people would be elated to fly as far as possible from this state, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Maybe it’s just the photos people don’t like, because otherwise people seem pretty happy at the airport.







    As usual, we were flying Southwest. Southwest is my favorite airline, not because I particularly like lining up for my seat or their planes, but because I love their wry advertising and brilliant business model. Plus, we’ve been flying Southwest for so long that it’s become inextricably Disney despite not actually being Disney-owned. It’s just something that we associate with Disney trips due to past practice and tradition.



    When we boarded the plane, we had one of our most fundamental debates: aisle or window. Sarah wanted to go with the aisle in case she needed to get up during the flight. I wanted a window seat so I could look out the window, but more importantly, so I didn’t nod off and accidentally rest my head on a stranger. Sarah won out, we ended up going with the aisle seat, and I did, in fact, end up resting my head on some random dude a couple of times. In my defense, he had it coming.



    The plane departed on time, which was the first of what needed to be a few small victories in order for us to get to the parks that evening. Our flight from Phoenix to John Wayne Airport was set to arrive at 8:20 pm, and Disneyland closed at midnight. While this seems like plenty of time, we had to take get our bags from baggage claim (which took 45 minutes last time), check-in to our hotel, and purchase our APs all before entering the park. Plus, I’m betting they don’t allow guests to enter at 11:50 pm, so we wanted to get there as early as possible.




    The trip out to John Wayne Airport was a glorious voyage fraught with adventure and peril. Actually, it was more like a long and boring flight with a layover in Phoenix. It would have been nice if they spiced things up with some adventure and peril.









    The Phoenix airport is much nicer than the Indianapolis airport, if only for one reason: it’s in Phoenix. The airport is situated amongst the mountains, which make for a beautiful backdrop. It didn’t hurt that we were there right around sunset. Again, our flight took off on time, which was victory #2 on the “Small Victories” list.



    The flight from Phoenix to John Wayne Airport was fairly short. It seemed like an eternity given our desire to get to Disneyland; I felt like a child going to bed on Christmas Eve, waking up every couple of hours to see if Santa had arrived yet, only to find out I had just closed my eyes a couple minutes earlier. This excitement pretty well undermined my goal of getting some rest on the flight (I probably had my eyes closed for a total of 10 minutes, and slept for a whopping 0 minutes).

    We arrived on time and our flight promptly taxied and left us de-board immediately. Victory #3 on the “Small Victories” list. Now began the more concerning of the small victories. What if our luggage got lost and we had to file some paperwork? That alone could eat up an hour! My thought on this was that we just say “luggage be damned, we’re going to Disneyland!” at that point, but in fairness, I packed everything I needed except a tripod head cover and some toiletries in my carry-on bag. This was a non-issue, though, as our luggage arrived 8 minutes after we got to baggage claim.







    Next was the shuttle. We have heard a lot of positive things about SuperShuttle, but we’ve also heard some stories of long delays. This worried me. Within 10 minutes of getting to the shuttle, we were on our way to our hotel, the Desert Inn & Suites. It was around 9 pm and at this point, I was thinking there was no way that we wouldn’t get to Disneyland before it closed. Right? RIGHT?!

    Then things began to go downhill. There were 4 other parties in the SuperShuttle van with us and we weren’t told a drop-off order. We knew we certainly wouldn’t be first; our luck just isn’t that good. Then, we weren’t second. After 35 minutes, we found out we weren’t third, either. As we approached the fourth stop, we saw the Remember...Dreams Come True fireworks going off. Then we pulled into our hotel, which was, in fact, the fourth stop.



    Check-in was another concern. What if we weren’t on file? What if they over-booked? However, at this point, I figured we’d just take out luggage with us to Disneyland if there were a problem. (That probably wasn’t a viable strategy, but I was so hungry for Disneyland at this point that I was thinking straight. I’m surprised I didn’t bite anyone along the way!) Luckily enough, our reservation was on file, and within a matter of minutes, we were in our room. Sarah freshened up, and I made sure my gear was ready.

    By now, it was around 10, and we were already heading to the parks. We were making excellent time (at least compared to Walt Disney World, where Disney’s Magical Express makes it take a bare minimum of 2 hours from airplane touch-down to first step in the parks), even despite the long shuttle ride. It seemed nothing could go wrong to foil our plan of seeing Disneyland that evening at this point...

    When we arrived at Disneyland, we had a problem. The ticket kiosks...were...all...closed. We raced around, looking for an open one. Finally, we asked a security guard. He motioned us to the ones nearest Downtown Disney, saying that they were open. The ones visible to us over there appeared closed, but we headed that direction, anyway. Sure enough, when we went all the way around to the other side of the kiosks, we found two that were open!



    We bought our Annual Passes and headed towards the turnstiles. Before the trip, we did a lot of research to determine what type of tickets we should buy. Since we tentatively plan on returning at Christmas, we decided to buy APs. Surprisingly, it was cheaper for us to get the Deluxe Disneyland AP rather than the Premier Passport (AP good at both DLR and WDW) because the Premier Passport doesn’t have a DVC discount and the individual passes do on each cost. Plus, we were only traveling on one of the Deluxe APs block out dates, and we had a free ticket for that day, so the Deluxe AP made the most sense.

    We arrived at the turnstiles and discovered that our tickets worked! It was around 10:10 pm, and we were in Disneyland. Admittedly, I added in a bit of an ominous tone above to make things a bit more dramatic. I really was surprised that our plans went off so smoothly. I figured somewhere along the way we’d encounter a problem. I guess the McDonald’s curse didn’t come to fruition after all (or did it?!).

    The one thing we hadn’t thought of was which attraction to do first. Our nighttime standby in the Magic Kingdom, the TTA-Peoplemover, was out, as Disneyland doesn’t have one. We opted for the next best thing, and rode Pirates of the Caribbean.







    That morning, I had woken up early, as I always do on the mornings of our trips, to find news that the day before, Disneyland had started construction of the Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides viewing area. Even though we didn’t experience the Sailing Ship Columbia, Davey Crockett Canoes, or Mark Twain Riverboat on our previous visit, nor have we ever ridden the Liberty Belle at Walt Disney World, I was really upset by this news, which would put all of those attractions out of commission. Part of it was from a photos perspective, as I just didn’t want the mammoth seating area in any of my shots. Part of it was because I actually thought “this might be the trip” for those attractions. Of course, you always appreciate things more once they’re gone.







    When we walked past the construction for the first time, I realized it would interfere substantially with photography, and also thought of a new problem it would pose: traffic flow. It wasn’t so bad at that point, since it was late at night, but it was pretty clear that it’d be worse during the day when crowds were at their peak.











    We took advantage of the low crowds that evening and hit some other big attractions: Indiana Jones Adventure, Haunted Mansion, Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, the Storybook Land Canal, and Space Mountain. We accomplished quite a lot in under 2 hours, I think!



    While in the Haunted Mansion stretching room, I pointed out to Sarah that this room stretched more than its Florida counterpart. She looked at me with one of those, “well no ****, Sherlock” looks implying she had noticed that a while ago. For whatever reason, I had either missed this last time, or forgot about it. Although we do seem to have far too many, “wow I just noticed that for the first time,” there’s also a running joke between us that there are probably a couple things about which we say this every trip, and just forget that we noticed it--and said that same line--on the past trip. I think this probably falls into the “forgot I noticed it” category. It stinks that I am already becoming absent-minded, but I guess there is some upside: there are plenty of things I’ve experienced before that will suddenly become “new” again!

    I was a little nervous that night about taking photos. I practice very little at home, and due to that, the first day of our trips I often have a lot of creative rust that I have to overcome before getting good shots. Because of this, last August I wandered Tomorrowland somewhat aimlessly, taking half-hearted shot after half-hearted shot on our first night. On this evening, I was torn between attempting to redeem myself by getting some good shots in Tomorrowland or shooting New Orleans Square for the first time at night. Both options had their pitfalls: if I attempted to conquer Tomorrowland and failed yet again, it could be an insurmountable blow to my confidence; if I committed to New Orleans Square and found nothing worth photographing, it would be a waste of valuable shooting time.






    Eternally game for a challenge, I opted for both. Well, sort of. I snapped a couple of shots in Tomorrowland that I found sufficiently satisfying to yell, “IN YOUR FACE, TOMORROWLAND!” and then we headed to New Orleans Square for more shooting.







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    I discovered that New Orleans Square was definitely better for daytime shooting due to its myriad of impressive details, but managed to grab a few good shots in the area. We then headed to Adventureland.







    After Adventureland, it was off to Main Street, where we took in the ambience, background music, and general leisure of Main Street, USA in Walt’s original Magic Kingdom.





    Sarah's photo of me setting up for the shot immediately above this one.



















    As you can tell, we grabbed a few more photos on Main Street before heading out. All in all it was probably my best night for photos of the trip, and that’s probably because I put so much pressure on myself. Although I was tired from being awake for nearly 24 straight hours (thanks to the unfavorable time change), I still wanted to play, imploring Sarah for a few more shots on the Esplanade.





    She reminded me that every minute we were out then meant another minute of the park being open the next morning because we’d be sleeping longer. She sort of killed the fun there, but I’ve got to admit that she was right. We walked the short distance to our hotel and I snapped some photos and video of our room for TouringPlans.com and the Unofficial Guide. Nearly twenty-four consecutive hours of being awake will certainly wear you out!

    ...More updates to come next week!

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    I look forward to more. The journey is definately an important part of the experience! THanks for sharing!

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    ..great TR so far....

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Awesome can't wait to see more

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Great photo's and trip report!

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Great Photos and trip report. Thanks for sharing. This was your second trip to Disneyland correct?
    FIRST DLR TRIP - 1981

    FIRST DLP TRIP - March 1997

    FIRST WDW TRIP - May/June 2006

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    I was actually at the park the same time and saw you and your wife at DCA. I was going to stop you and say "thanks for the Pictures, they are amazing" but we were en route to the corn Dog place with two hungry kids and didn't dare hold that up.


    Anyways, great trip report. Look forward to more.

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Damn! this is an Awesome Trip Report can't wait to see more.

    Are those security guard waiting to escort you guys out the park? It appears that you guys are the last 2 people in the park.

    I love your previous Trip report several months ago.
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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Quote Originally Posted by sbk1234 View Post
    I look forward to more. The journey is definately an important part of the experience! THanks for sharing!
    Agreed about the journey. It builds the anticipation and really gets us excited for the trips!

    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure View Post
    ..great TR so far....
    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey777 View Post
    Awesome can't wait to see more
    Quote Originally Posted by william View Post
    Great photo's and trip report!
    Thanks, all! Hope you enjoy what's to come!

    Quote Originally Posted by Indiana Joe View Post
    Great Photos and trip report. Thanks for sharing. This was your second trip to Disneyland correct?
    Yep, it was our second of MANY to come, for reasons you'll have to read on to learn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Meville View Post
    I was actually at the park the same time and saw you and your wife at DCA. I was going to stop you and say "thanks for the Pictures, they are amazing" but we were en route to the corn Dog place with two hungry kids and didn't dare hold that up.


    Anyways, great trip report. Look forward to more.
    Glad you like the photos. You never want to hold up hungry kids!!!

    Hope you enjoy the rest of the report.

    Quote Originally Posted by asianbma View Post
    Damn! this is an Awesome Trip Report can't wait to see more.

    Are those security guard waiting to escort you guys out the park? It appears that you guys are the last 2 people in the park.

    I love your previous Trip report several months ago.
    No, it was just a funny setup so Sarah took it. There are actually a good number of other people in the park at this point. They probably just decided to stand behind me because they wondered, "what is this idiot doing on the ground, we better keep an eye on him!"

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Quote Originally Posted by WDWFigment View Post

    You kinda look like Peter Pan here.

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Haha I was about to tell you that you worry too much Tom! Glad to see your trip is starting out magical. Can't wait to read the rest.

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Looking forward to the rest! I follow your blog and Flickr lol, you're such a great inspiration to my own photography.

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    Quote Originally Posted by sbk1234 View Post
    You kinda look like Peter Pan here.
    Hmmm, I don't exactly know how to take that. Peter Pan is a glorious Disney character of much fame, so I guess I'll take it as a compliment!

    Quote Originally Posted by niklj View Post
    Haha I was about to tell you that you worry too much Tom! Glad to see your trip is starting out magical. Can't wait to read the rest.
    Just trying to create a little false suspense. It was nerve-wrecking, though!

    Hope you enjoy the rest!

    Quote Originally Posted by MrHatboxGhost View Post
    Looking forward to the rest! I follow your blog and Flickr lol, you're such a great inspiration to my own photography.
    Thanks for reading/viewing my "other stuff." One piece of advice I'd give to any photographer is to capture your people. By this, I don't mean photograph random people, although that is popular right now. I mean capture YOUR moments at DLR. These are fleeting. The static shots will be there another day.

    This is probably the thing that surprises people the most when they shoot with me. The VAST majority of the photos I take are of Sarah and me. Those are the ones that matter to me, too. I've never printed a shot that's posted on Flickr (although I likely will print the one of Sarah in the teacup that I posted recently).

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    Re: Coast-to-Coast Disney 2011 Trip Report: The Zany Adventures of The Brickers

    How could being compared to Peter Pan NOT be a compliment? Actually, I was just looking at a young man with exuberant youthful charm, dressed in green, with his hands on his hips in that daring fashion. very Panesque. No offense intended.

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