So Colts fan from Sacramento, You need to do your homework. The History of the Colts did not start when you were 10. You say the Colts "finally made it to the big game" time to check past history of the super bowl. Colts have been to the big game twice before and are 1-1
I think from my comments it's easy to deduce that I was referring to their history regarding my fandom, not their entire history.
I say watch the game. I won't miss it. I can't make the call as to whether you should watch it at the hotel, or try to see it at ESPN Zone. Of course, if it was me, I'd also make plans to tape it at home, so you have a backup, in case your plans to watch it go astray.
Monorail + ESPN ZONE (which has a bar and great food ontop of that)...Sit on the "Sports" Side..Than jump back on the monorail and head back into the park...Even if you dont get to watch the whole game, take the family or whoever you're traveling with to ESPN Zone on the Monorail to get something to eat while the game is going on...They have great burgers and food, than take it right back to the park!
I know this is veering off topic a bit, but to those of you out of towners, the fact that there is no pro football in LA is going to be detrimental to the sport years from now. My 8 year old son could care less about football. He loves the Lakers and he loves the Dodgers. Football? He couldn't give two cents for.
Although don't get me wrong -- I am trying to get him interested. He wants to be a movie director and the only way he is ever going to go to USC is on a scholarship!
Well, if you are a true colts fan, the decision is easy! Go watch the game at ESPN Zone! Get there early, and I believe you have to purchase $10 worth of food every hour you are there, because of the big crowds. Im not sure if they still do this but the day before you want to make a reservation to go ESPN ZOne and put your name in(and I think this will guarantee you a table the next day). Otherwise get there before dawn to put your name in! Hope Peyton Manning wins this one!
Actually, I'm one of the very few who never watches the Stuporbowl. <ducks> If I were close to Disneyland, I'd go there just to minimize the chance of accidentally catching a few moments of it on some random TV.
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A few years ago I asked an CM when was the best time (least crowds), but still a weekend to go to the Park, she said hands down Super Bowl Sunday...anyone know if that is true or not?
Not always. I went last year and it was still pretty busy.
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When my husband and I went to the park for our 10th anniversary (March 2001) the U of A Wildcats were in the final championship basketball game. We watched it over at ESPN Zone. At first I was upset that I had to give up DL time, but we had a lot of fun (even though UofA lost) and the food was good. We went over there that morning or the night before and put our name in for a table, but I'm not sure which.