Thursday - February 11th 2010
After getting up we had breakfast at 7am. We chose the earliest breakfast time, because it was always quiet and relaxing before all the families with their little ones arrived. Breakfast was served in both restaurants, the Hunter’s Grill and the Beaver Creek Tavern. We are not big fans of the Nescafe Coffee and so we always we stopped at Starbucks to get a real cup of coffee.
After breakfast we headed to the park to make full use of the Extra Magic Hours. Our first ride was Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast, followed by Space Mountain. Since there weren’t more attractions open we walked to Fantasyland to ride Peter Pan's Flight and Mad Hatter's Tea Cups. Around 9am we left the Disneyland Park for Starbucks.
|Main Street USA|
|The Old Mill|
|Sleeping Beauty Castle|
|It's a Small World|
After a cup of freshly brewed coffee we headed to the Studios, because we wanted to ride Crush’s Coaster. There we got in line and after some minutes a Cast Member told us that the ride wouldn’t open because of technical problems. So we decided to ride the Tower of Terror and the Rock’n’Roller Coaster instead. The Cast Members at the Tower of Terror were so great, they were so creepy.
|Main Street USA|
|Coffee at Starbucks|
|Walt Disney Studios Park|
We returned to Disneyland Park to make some restaurant reservations at the City Hall. Afterwards we rode it’s a small world. Later we decided to have an early lunch at the Hakuna Matata Restaurant, where we ordered Fries, the Vegetable Rice and a Green Salad.
After lunch we strolled around Adventureland to ride Pirates of the Caribbean, one of our favourite attractions, and Indiana Jones.
|Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril|
In the afternoon we had a reservation at Agrabah Café. We have already eaten there in 2008 and so we knew what to expect. Agrabah Cafe was a buffet restaurant which offered oriental cuisine. The food was really good and we enjoyed our time there.
Before we left the park, we rode Big Thunder Mountain, Phantom Manor and strolled through the shops. King Ludwig’s Castle still had the happy hour we discovered in 2008. We got two beers for the price of one. Many people had the same idea so it wasn’t always easy to get a table. For dinner we went to the Sports Bar. I had a Four Cheese Pizza and my girlfriend had Nachos with Salsa and French Fries.
|King Ludwig's Castle|
|Nachos and Heineken|
Afterwards I bought some pins and we went back to the hotel, where we had a last drink at the hotel bar before we went to bed.