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5 THINGS TO DO AT DISNEYLAND THIS WEEK:
1. Mickey and the Magical Map Show (check the Dashboard or use MagicSearch for Showtimes.
2. Try the new Big Thunder!
3. Captain America Meet and Greet in Innoventions
4. Radiator Springs Racers (get your Fastpasses at Park opening)
5. Fried Chicken at the newly reopened Plaza Inn!
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Downtown Disney trees at night! If you happen to walk by look up its beautiful promise.
Jelly Balls! Jelly balls, you say? Here's the story: When our youngest, AJ, was very little, she once got a squishy ball in a kids meal. We were assured it was not toxic, but smelled like petroleum, and had a jelly-like substance in the middle. The ball didn't last long, as AJ was only 2 or 3, and the wifey didn't like the smell and thought it was toxic. Fast forward a few months, to when these lights got hung in DTD. AJ immediately began jumping up and down, shouting about the "jelly balls" in the trees. Too cute. However, since I have some of those at home, I know first hand that they are sharp enough to make your head bleed. However, we still call them Jelly Balls. Funny how those things stick. - DizKahuna 199.7 #1853 11-13-12 1:07PMLike(2)Reply