It feels a bit odd leaving a park within a hour of when it opened, but we are just going right across the entry plaza into
Okay, car drooling completed. We move on to the
What to do first? Well, whatever we do, we need to time things so that we end up in
I suggest that since we’re by the
Hey, there’s Mickey! It’s my first sighting of him on this trip. He’s currently greeting a line of people across the square from us. We’ll pass on an up-close visit for now.
We climb the stairs to the station. Yay, stairs. I note a sign that explains that the other stations are disabled accessible. Oh, well. I’m still wheezing and needing to take it slowly, but I am much better than yesterday. I sure needed to catch up on rest, and I’ve done that now.
There’s a train boarding now, but we’re a bit back in the line to make it on this one. We should get on the next train. It’s a pretty nice day today, clear and sunny, and getting a bit warm –
I think now that I’m more rested, I’m able to relax and enjoy myself more. Apart from our return travel plans, we only have one more time-sensitive obligation on our calendar, and that’s our lunch at Club 33 – but we’ve received our passes from that, confirming that our reservation is good. It shouldn’t be a big deal to get there. After that… total relaxation, enjoying the parks with no pressure to be anyplace or do anything.
Another train comes into the station, blowing its whistle as it arrives. Time to board. Okay, here’s another difference between Disneyland and the
We claim seats in the second car from the back. Bob wants a front row seat, but those fill before we can get to the car. Once on board, the train chugs ahead, and we enjoy the sights and sounds of
We enjoy the tour, and all particularly impressed with the
My dad, who can sleep through anything, and I mean anything, is nodding off as the train rocks it’s way to our final destination. I respect and love the man, but it doesn’t stop me from taking his picture.