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California Theme Parks Reloaded, Part 2
Written by Traveling Singledad
Published on 16 October 2012
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Disney California Adventure, Cars Land: This past summer, some of the most famous Southern California theme parks have added new rides to attract a new variety of family activity. In Anaheim, Dad Travel Blogger, RJ Jaramillo and TravelingDad reviews, Disney’s California Adventure, Cars Land.
Cars that Go ZOOM!
Radiator Springs Racers
As a kid growing up in Southern California, I spent a lot of summers at Disneyland and one of my favorite rides was “Autopia”. My trip to Disneyland wasn’t complete until I rode this ride with my family. Something about racing a go-cart around the track at Disney made me feel like a real race car driver. I could barely look over the wheel, but it didn’t matter; I was determined to beat my brother and sister on this ride.
When I heard about a new, car-theme addition to California Adventure, I was having flashbacks from my past… I couldn’t wait to see what was in store for me at the new theme park called, Cars Land. There are a variety of rides for all ages. There are also a variety of shops and restaurants that serve “specialty foods” that are appropriately themed around Cars Land. I highly recommend bringing an ongoing, “snack” appetite because you will want to try a little bit of everything!
When visiting Disney’s California Adventure, Cars Land; here are the Top 5 Traveling Tips from TravelingDad:
Sample the food. Lots of Good Old American Variety.
This is a great park area for the younger families. Other than Radiator Springs, most of the rides and attractions cater to the younger kids who enjoy the interaction between the Movie theme, characters, and visual effects.
At night, California Adventures has a Dance Party themed after the “Mad Hatter” from Alice in Wonderland. If you have Tweens and Teens, this is a must see and do.
Most of the Cars Lands attractions cater to younger riders. Each ride entrance offers easy to read and measure height requirements.
If you have the option and don’t mind riding with other park visitors, the “Single Line” offers fast access to all the rides.
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