Part 1 finished with my napping for an hour after hitting up Disneyland. I knew I was tired since I don't normally nap that long. A normal nap is about 20 minutes. I almost didn't want to get up, but I still had places to go in DCA, and I needed to stretch and ice first. I made several trips to the ice machine this trip, but it was worth it.
Since there were a few attractions I still wanted to do in DCA (especially after Friday morning), my first stop in the park was Mike and Sully. This was another one with a single rider line, so I took advantage of that too. If anyone here hasn't been on the Mike and Sully ride, it's really very cute, and follows Boo around Monstropolis. Around the corner is a character stop where I met Sully on my trip in 2013, in his Monster's University jacket.
After Mike and Sully, I went to the Alice Through the Looking Glass sneak peek, which is right next door. I think this was the theater where Muppet Vision 3-D was because it's the same setup and color scheme as the show. There must've been a Frozen show before Alice moved in because the doors to the theater were painted like we were in Arendelle. The show's also in 3-D, I guess to take advantage of the technology leftover from the Muppets. Let's just say I'm even more excited to see this movie.
After Alice, I went back to Soarin' and Radiator Springs Racers. Thursday I might've been tired but I was on the side, up high, and the movement of the ride made me slightly dizzy. I needed to go again and experience Soarin' without the motion sickness creeping in. It's funny what being exhausted from traveling can do to me. And the first time I rode Racers, my car lost the race, and my car won this time. Plus the first car went to Ramone's in the ride, and my second car saw Luigi. Gotta go multiple times to see everything!
After Racers I grabbed an early-ish dinner since an early race can throw off my eating schedule, and I wanted to head back to Disneyland for a couple more rides. I was still trying to make it to World of Color, and I thought walking around DL would help. They had more characters out, but by that time some families were leaving, so it was time to see what I could do in Fantasyland. I hadn't done Mr. Toad yet, so I went there for a 10 minute wait (score!) but the other rides were still quite busy. That's OK. I think I did pretty well on the attractions list considering I was crunched for time around my race. By that point, I had to go back to the hotel and spoiler alert, I did NOT get to World of Color. I knew Saturday was going to be my only chance, but after the race, I also knew my chances were slim. Maybe next time, when I don't have a race.
I finished packing to be ready to head to the airport Sunday. It turned out Sunday was the sunniest day of the trip, go figure. I took Monday off from work so I could pick up the furbaby and finish cleaning and running errands. I saw my chiro and PT both on Monday too, and the good news is I am now good to do PT on my own! I can check in with her if I need it, but I want to see what I can do.
Linking up with Hoho Runs and MissSippiPiddlin for Weekend Wrap-up.