I decided to combine the last two days of our Disney trip into one post. On our 2nd to last day, we broke out our matching shirts. They were a fantastic shade of Ninja Turtle variety colors, and Keep Calm Disney-themed messages. I think we nailed it.
We got to California Adventure an hour early, so we could run straight to the Radiator Springs Racers and beat the hours and hours of lines for the new ride.
Except, they were prepared for people like us. They had pit stops for people like us, trying to get to Cars Land first thing. But at least we were at the head of the bunch.
Cars Land is insane. There are no words to describe how dead on it is. You MUST experience it. Do what you need to do to get there. It’s incredible.
The main ride in Cars Land, Radiator Springs Racers, is the perfect balance of attraction and thrill.
After Cars Land, we went back to the Magic Kingdom.
The Blue Bayou for lunch! For all you Disneyland noobs, that’s the restaurant at the beginning of Pirates of the Caribbean. Also, worth it.
I tried to get a picture of a boat full of passengers going by, but the shutter was open too long. Enjoy their blur.
The Disney experience isn’t complete until a Dole Whip has been consumed.
When the sun went down, we went back to Cars Land. They say experiencing the neon at night is the most magical part of the land. They were right.
Our last day was pretty laid back. I’m pretty sure I’m falling asleep in almost every picture. Four days is a lot to spend in the Disney experience. But it was so fantastic.
So much handsome 🙂
Nerd moment: I really liked the ceiling detail in Mr Toad’s Wild Ride.
Such sleepy faces.
Overcoming my greatest fear.
Aaron and I ended up at the Blue Bayou again. They made me a special gluten free Monte Cristo. We had to make the order 24 hrs in advance, because it took the chef over an hour to make. I’m super grateful. It was amazing. Best food I’ve ever had!
And just like that, we drove home.
So much Disney Magic, and wonderful magical souvenirs. That post coming shortly.