|Sorry to miss Thunder Mountain Railroad on my next trip|
Closed for refurbishment till Halloween
|No horse drawn street car rides for the Disneyland Traveler|
|I have seen the last of Captain EO.|
|The Disneyland Traveler is just a bit on the old side for the Astro-Orbitor|
|Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage? Just don't care for the claustrophobic cartoon ride.|
|Love ASIMO - Can't stand the rest of Innoventions|
|A wave from Mrs. DisnelandTraveler and the Boy from years ago|
Sorry, I know how to drive a car. So does the Boy now.
|Storybookland Canal Boats - Sweet, historic, boring as all get out|
|Pinocchio's Daring Journey isn't really daring.|
|King Arhur's Carousel - A merry-go-round by most accounts|
|Thunder Mountain Railroad - Love the ride - closed most of 2013 for refurbishment.|
|I've never been to the Davy Crockett Shooting Exposition as an adult|
|Riverbelle Terrace for lunch - the most overpriced food in the park|
|Gadget Go Coaster - It's a kids ride.|
|Tarzan's Treehouse. Kind of gets in the way|
|The loathsome Mad T Party|
|Aladdin - just maybe past it's prime|
|What's next - nothing really|
|A grown man, not small, suspending on a swing from a couple of chains?|
I don't think so.
|Guess what the maintenance guy that is in the picture is cleaning up from the bottom of|
Mickey's Fun Wheel?
|Jumping Jelly Fish - not exactly an adult replacement for the Maliboomer|
|Now That Ariel's Grotto is just a meet and greet dining experience, I'll skip it|
Paradise Pier gives us the child rides of King Triton's Carousel and Jumping Jelly Fish. Too old so I'll pass. I'll also give a big pass on Silly Symphony Swings. Just the thought me swinging around the air on a swing suspended by a couple of chains gives me the heebie-jeebies. No way. Also, the same goes for the swinging gondolas on Mickey's Fun Wheel. Even though I'm not a person who handles heights very well, I've got used to the non-swinging gondolas. Not going near the ones that swing though. Ariel's Grotto used to offer a World of Color dinner dining package. They stopped doing that and meed the dining facility strictly a princess meet and greet eatery and an expensive one at that. The last time Mrs. DisneylandTraveler and I ate there, we had a very nice dinner and we walked over with WOC passes and had a great viewing spot. Nice. But up until that last meal, I would have to say that Ariels's Grotto gave us some of the worst dining experience Mrs. DLT and I have had in either park. Walking away from this dining establishment is not hard at all. It could be so much better on many levels.
|I don't even know what's in here.|
|A Bug's Land - A nice place to visit but I wouldn't want ride there|
I'll close with A Bug's Land and the 4 little rides that live there. They are for small kids and their parents. Unlike many people, I'm perfectly fine with that. I find A Bug's Land charming.
Well that's about it. I'm sure there are many places I will miss on my next trip. Time is precious when making a trip to Disneyland and even with the best plans, there just isn't time enough for everything it seems. But the best plans begin with eliminating the non-essential.