Visiting the Easter Bunnies at Disneyland

Theresa and I were off work today and decided we needed to go to Disneyland. After all, we’re nearing the anniversary of Ian’s very first trip to Disneyland ever!
Here’s Ian a little over 11 months ago.

And here’s Ian today!
What a difference a year makes! The Easter Bunny on the other hand hasn’t changed a bit.

2015 Disneyland Egg-stravaganza Easter Egg scavenger hunt

Theresa and I are off work today and figured there’s no better place to spend the day than Disneyland. There’s a couple fun events going on that we were excited to do today. The first is an Easter Egg Scavenger hunt around Disneyland.

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Monterey Bay Aquarium part 2

Continuing our day at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
This next section was enclosed in glass and every few seconds a giant wave would come crashing over you. Emma is waiting in anticipation.

One of the cool things I learned about the Monterey Bay Aquarium tanks is that it’s not a closed system. All the water for the tanks comes from the bay and goes right back into the bay. During the day filters are turned on so the water is clear enough for people to see the fish. At night the filters are turned off and regular sea water containing microscopic food comes in. Cool.

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Enjoying a delicious Dole Whip, but we're not at Disneyland!

Surely I don’t need to explain what a Dole Whip is. This tasty treat is a staple for many who visit Disneyland. Produced by the Dole Food company, this dessert was previously only found at Disney parks and in Hawaii. Lately though, they have expanded their offerings to other places.

Just down the street from the King’s Hawaiian Factory in Torrance, there is a free standing King’s Hawaiian bakery and cafe called The Local Place.

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