Aspen scored this for free. So cute!! When we got home we found Oakley and his friend Tucker working on his Lego set. He and Eric had started it in the morning but once Tucker showed up the boys took off all on their own. They literally spent all day putting this together, and by the afternoon had finished. I was really impressed!
We split up and Eric and the kids ran to Radiator Springs racers (which always has a long ride unless its the first hour of the day) while B and I hung out riding Luigi's Tires and Mater's Jamboree. The lines were so short we just went back and forth between rides over and over again. It was really fun and B loved it. He didn't come with us the last time we came to Disneyland so everything was new to him.
On Radiator Springs racers
I really love Cars Land. It's so cute and looks just like the movie. Around lunch time we headed back to Disneyland to get on some of our favorite rides, mainly Pirates and Haunted Mansion. Oh yeah we saw Cruella Deville on the way.
The kids didn't mind the roller coasters, but they did mind the loud noises. Through several rides they would hold their ears like this. Sillies!
Sleeping Beauty's castle
Wednesday was my favorite day of our 4 days in the park. We got to California Adventure and spent some time in Cars Land again.
Disneyland band. So good and so fun! They played some great tunes.
Meanwhile, the kids' families have a seat in front of TomorrowLand's theater, along with anyone else who wants to watch.
Then the Disney actors come out, as well as the Jedis in training. They are part of the show. Towards the middle of the show Darth Vader and another female from the dark side appear, and each small Jedi must fight them, one-on-one.
It was so neat! I love that the kids were the show, and they had such a great time. The staff are so great with the kids. They eventually use the force to push the villains underground and save the day.
On the Mark Twain Riverboat. The kids got to blow the horn on the boat.