Moira, I am hoping everyone has done check in by now but will check and see. All of the ticketing will be posted out to everyone so no need to print out.
Wendy, wipes sound like there are an easy option.
Thanks for that advice Alan.
When we arrive into Anaheim I know everyone will be tired but it is better to keep going if you can. As it is a Sunday night we will be there in time for the fireworks which should be around 9pm. These can be viewed from various places but the best view of course in inside Disneyland as they are in time with the music, however just outside is still good. These fireworks are spectacular, I get people saying "oh we have seen fireworks before" but I can tell you these are amazing.
Last time we were all there we had trouble finding a place to eat and missed out on the fireworks because were were in Dennys (I think it was Dennys, Denise, Dee, Helen or Pat may be able to confirm this) This time it might be advantageous to eat first and then stroll around Downtown Disney so that we can catch the fireworks. Just up the top of the hill from Disneyland is the Hotel Menage which has the best vantage point to see the fireworks and they do very cheap food, you can actually eat around the tiki bar while watching the fireworks, sometimes it can get cold there though and in April at 9pm it might be a tad cold.
It would be nice if we had time to have a drink at the Grand Californian which is part of Disneyland as it all has that special ambiance that helps build the excitement before you head to Disneyland the following day. I do believe that they have things like chips and pizza that can be ordered here.
But maybe hit Denny's eat and then out although they are very, very slow. What does everything think?
Love and hugs, Glenda
"Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful" - Norman Vincent Peale