[Car screeching] We’re at the Fullerton Park and Ride, and today we’re taking the 460 bus to Disneyland. Here comes the bus. This is an 18 minute ride that cost only $1.75. It drops you right off in front of the park. $20 parking fee saved. Instead of going from the front entrance, we’ll be taking the Monorail in. We’re going through Downtown Disney. This is our third and final time using the SoCal 3-Day Pass. Today we’re going on rides that we didn’t go on the last time. Disneyland Monorail is a historic, high-speed “green” transportation system that rockets along a single rail throughout the Disneyland Resort. First we’re going on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. This is the 50th anniversary of the swashbuckling attraction that sets sail on a voyage to a long-forgotten time, when pirates wrought havoc on the high seas. Watch out for the tentacles! Dad, you need to get a better camera so you can shoot in dark settings. Johnny Depp is sad because Pirates 5 bombed at the box office. Next is the Astro Orbiter. I’m piloting my very own rocket ship high in the sky above Tomorrowland amid a gleaming constellation of orbiting planets. Time for the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage. We’re going to journey by submarine through a subaquatic world populated by characters and settings from Disney·Pixar’s Finding Nemo. And here we go. Look, there’s a girl snorkeling. Why is there a fish inside the giant clam? Now we’re diving deeper into the ocean. Then we found Nemo and Dory. Then we encountered some eerie eels, an explosion, a scary fish, and a volcano. We’re returning to the surface. Click on the card to watch us ride in a real submarine in Hawaii. Now we’re going on Autopia. I’m driving my own car on an unforgettable road trip along this amazing miniature motorway. I’m going to try to pass this guy. This is probably my favorite ride of the day. What is your favorite ride at Disneyland? Let us know in the comments below. Tunnel approaching. Not bad for an Asian driver. Let’s check out the Star Wars Launch Bay. There are many movie props from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Hello BB8. Now we’re listening to the Dapper Dans, a barbershop quartet. Next is the Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. We’re going to watch Abraham Lincoln come to life through the magic of Audio-Animatronics. I wonder if Mr. Lincoln knows the true meaning of #covfefe? Fantasyland is next, and the first ride is Alice in Wonderland. Down the rabbit hole we go. We’re exploring the curiously wondrous world of Walt Disney’s animated classic aboard an oversized Caterpillar. This is getting too loud for me. I can’t wait to get out. Time for Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. We’re zig zagging in a motorcar during a manic drive through the English countryside. This ride was too loud too. We’re watching Mickey and the Magical Map, a live musical show that takes you to exciting worlds of imagination! Finally it’s Mickey’s Toontown. First up, Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin. I am steering and spininng a runaway taxicab through the wacky streets of Toontown. When are they going to update this ride from taxis to Uber? Now we’re going to Chip ‘n Dale Treehouse. This is the home of the nuttiest duo around. What a view from up here. Lastly we’re going inside Mickey’s house to meet Mickey. I’m watching a cartoon while waiting in line. Finally we got to meet the mouse himself, who didn’t talk to us because he’s not allowed to. We had so much fun at Disneyland, and we didn’t even get pooped on by geese. Purchase your tickets at disneyland.disney.go.com. Please hit the subscribe button so you won’t miss a video. Also like and share this episode with your friends.