Monday, August 18, 2008

Disney's California Adventure Park

Disney's California Adventure Park is the other theme park inside Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. It is designed to attract the older and mature audience with its ride and attractions in contrast to the kiddie attractions found in Disneyland Park.

Me and Chester

Walking into Sunshine Plaza is like walking into a giant postcard.


Condor Flats is an area themed to aviation and flying.

Walking further brought us to Grizzly Peak Recreation Area, themed after California's natural wonders like Redwood and Yosemite parks.

Golden Vine Winery is inspired by wine making in Northern California's Napa Valley.

a bug's land is based on the film "a bug's life" and is more designed for child rides and attractions.

Pacific Wharf is similar to the Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, California but is inspired by Cannery Row in Monterey, California.

Since we haven't eaten lunch yet, we decided to stop and grab something to eat.

This is what I had, Monterey Clam Chowder served in a bowl made out of sourdough bread and diet soda.

After eating, we went to explore Paradise Pier based on Santa Monica and Santa Cruz beach boardwalks. It is where a beautiful ferris wheel, rollercoaster and classic rides are located.

The Bay Area

We went back to Disneyland Park to watch the Parade of Dreams. We went back to this park an hour after to watch the Disney's Electrical Parade is a parade of floats and live characters surrounded by shimmering and glittering lights.

Alice in Wonderland


Peter Pan

Hollywood Pictures Backlot is an area patterned after Hollywood boulevards featuring movie and television-themed attractions.

Home of Playhouse Disney

Walking around that afternoon and jumping between theme parks made us hungry so we had early dinner of hotdogs in a bun.

Monster's Inc. We didn't know this is a kiddie ride at first until we were already there.

Tower of Terror, a freefall thrill ride

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