I think my first trip to the happiest place on earth deserves a post for itself. I've read a story in Reader's digest about a writer's experience to Disneyland with all its immaculate and well maintained bushes, trees, pavements, well that part was true. But he also mentioned about how you will hear the piano music being played everywhere and how the sweet smell of popcorn welcomes you as you enter Disneyland. I think he just sugar coated everything. The sky isn't bluer in Disneyland nor the trees greener on that land. It's the same, the gardens are just well manicured and you can only smell the popcorn beside the popcorn stand and hear the music on the rides. It's not all that, maybe if I went there at a younger age I would have felt all giddy and excited but there was just too many people and the park entrance was just too expensive. About $100 for a whole day in Disneyland is just too much, it's way too over-rated. There were so many people hence, it took like hours to get to the rides which last like 2 minutes or so. I think we only got to see 7 attractions the whole 10 hours that we were there. 7 attractions for $100 dollars? What a rip-off. It was a good experience though, but it was how I dreamed it would be when I was a kid. You can see all the Disney characters though and the best ride so far was the Spalsh Mountain! Wet and wild!
Pretty decors hanging up the walls..
Ally and I.. she's such a darling
Look at that hubbub!
This was by far the best ride, I totally got wet with this ride, it's no surprise though, as you can see, I'm upfront.. Intense
The throng getting ready for the parade...
Frozen girls up in their float..
Snow white... too bad There's a long line of people waiting to have a picture with her..
The evil queen to snooty for a pictorial.. Mean as always
Visiting Minnie's house.. the chair was so hard but it looks really cute..
This classic ride made me dizzy lizzy