|Help! Help! There's cream in my ears!|
The u-shaped RC Racer is now probably the most exciting ride in the entire Disneyland, and the Toy Soldier Parachute Drop was pretty cool too. I loved the parade of marching soldier toys and the awesome wooden blocks and lights dangling above.
|Toy Story Land!|
|Sunlight streaming into the double-height windows at Grand Salon. Can't complain.|
|Spreading Mickey all over my scones. That sounds almost dirty|
|"Western" afternoon tea set|
|"Asian" afternoon tea set|
Somewhere amid Toy Story and Space Mountain, we sat down for a snack and a much-needed coffee - we got that waffle in the opening pic, complete with cream in Mickey's ears (or was it Minnie? I wasn't lying when I said I wasn't a Disney fan). I also came with some syrup - the container of which helped keep Mickey/Minnie's head propped up at an angle to stop the base getting soggy, pretty smart! We also had a quiche, which was not half bad for theme park food. I hear the bakery is run by Maxim's.
|Roast suckling pig|
|Long Chinese cabbage with imitation abalone|
|Steamed chicken with black fungus and red dates|
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Grand Salon (afternoon tea)
Crystal Lotus (Chinese restaurant)
+852 3510 6000
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