Fantasyland Fun! Left off looking at this: We had just come across the Nemo subs with only a 20 minute wait, so we hopped in line and were soon highly annoyed with a group up ahead that was adding dozens of people while in line : It was ridiculous. A couple people joining you? Sure! Dozens? Wait to get in line! Ugh. Luckily, it still only took us 20 minutes and we were boarding at 5pm. While we were waiting to board, there was a guy getting out stating that he was “not going to go in the box!” I guess he was on the claustrophobic side – it is tight in there! We enjoyed the ride, though. Dug and I rode 10 years prior and Izzy never had, so we were all fascinated: You can kind of see the tight quarters here : And Dug was taking goofy selfies, as usual : And we were off : As you can see, we did find Nemo: Cute ride! I’m not sure when we did this, as my Photopass pics don’t show up in the right sequence with my regular pics, but I’ll toss it in here. For the 60th anniversary, Disneyland threw in a lot of “trick” Photopass shots and this was another fun one we did: Next, Izzy and I got in a ride on the carousel. I’m not sure what Dug was doing at the time. I had read about “Mary Poppins’ horse”, but someone already had that one, so we found others: Izzy managed to detach her buckle right before the ride and I couldn’t reach her from my horse, but the mom standing on the other side of her helped. Very nice! That mom wasn’t a fluent English speaker, though, so she was standing near the edge of the ride despite multiple announcements/warnings to stand on the inside. She eventually figured it out, though – whew! This is one of my favorite pictures from the trip. The castle is blurry behind her, but it captures the joy and wonder of a child at Disneyland : After the ride, I had Izzy try to pull the sword out of the stone: I immediately worried that she would be so determined to get it that she woudn’t give up until she succeeded, but luckily I convinced her to move on! It was such a pretty time of day: Then we headed over to Pinocchio: Cute ride! We all enjoyed it. We also managed to squeeze in Snow White; both rides were almost no line: Izzy was brave and didn’t even get scared of the witch! After that, we hustled over to the theater for Mickey and the Magical Map and made it just in time! It was a fun show and we all enjoyed it: Izzy really liked it when bubbles and streamers fell on the crowd! After that, we were back in Fantasyland around 7:15pm. It was time to grant Izzy’s request to ride Peter Pan: It was her #1 priority and there is no Fast Pass on the Disneyland version, so we strategized to get in line when we did because they would be closing the queue soon in preparation for the fireworks. We still had to wait about 30 minutes, which is more than I ever like to wait and it felt like forever , but the ride was fun and there were some new effects, which was nice to see. Oh, but probably the most exciting part was when I looked at the floor of the queue and saw this lost little Fast Pass for Space Mountain, valid for that very evening : Spoiler: this will not be the only lost ticket we find on the ground. It appeared to have been laying there a while, therefore not likely to have an owner nearby, so I pocketed it for later use. Yay! Looks like Dug got a couple of scenery shots from the outdoor queue: Then we rode: Up next: time for dinner!