This day ended watching the Disneyland Main Street "Electric Parade". Intended to be our final visit ever

Our last day (ever) in Disneyland and Southern California enjoying rides each side of a Coco’s lunch which ended watching the Disneyland Main Street "Electric Parade". Intended to be our final visit ever as I want to spend our vacations exploring the United Kingdom and Europe in future by motor yacht.

The Californians put their clocks forward overnight and so we found our early-morning tactics already somewhat later as a result. A scramble to get out and on to Disneyland for the last day. Sunday is the best day to go - tourists lay in bed or go to church and American visitors are going home later at the end of the weekend. We rode on several major rides this morning before getting our hands stamped ("Figaro today in U-V sensitive ink) and driving out to Coco's for breakfast.

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A busy restaurant by this time and a big meal to double as breakfast and lunch combined before going back for more rides. Stayed all day until the evening when we watched the Disneyland Main Street "Electric Parade" where floats were colourfully lit up with millions of bulbs in grand style. It was by far the best and most spectacular parade that we had ever seen here and a fitting end to our final visit to Disneyland, Southern California and, if I have my way, the United States as a whole. I want to spend our vacations exploring the United Kingdom and Europe in future by motor yacht. The distance and expense is too great and this trip concludes those made over the last 14 years since I started business with Californian computer companies.