(Resuming from Part I)
For dinner, they dropped by the Corner Cafe – a Victorian parlor-inspired restaurant on Main Street U.S.A. No surprise, the menu was all thing Halloween.
After the dinner, it was the Glow-in-the-Park Halloween Parade. All hell broke loose!
Jack Skelly, larger than life.
The pumpkin man attempts to fly.
The Disneyland experience would not be complete without the fireworks. It was the highlight!
Round and round, Merry-Go-Round – The classic Cinderella’s Golden Carrousel in Fantasyland. Way better at night!
It’s a Small World, a popular attraction of a boat ride located in the Fantasyland area of the parks. The ride features 400 brightly costumed audio-animatronic dolls in the style of children of the world, frolicking in a spirit of international unity, and singing the ride’s title track, which has a theme of global peace.
Golden Age – “Animation Academy” in Town Square.
His most favourite picture from Disneyland. Spotted this on the way down from Tarzan’s treehouse. Summarizes the whole Disneyland experience – magical.
They left Disneyland at exactly 11pm when the theme park closed. Reached back hotel around midnight and had some yummy desserts at the shop opposite before hitting the sack.