I am so sorry for your loss Dave. Those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us. They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought it to our lives. My thought are with you and your family tonight. &nb More...
Thoughts and prayers for you and your family during this time of loss. Grandparents are so special. Thank you for sharing a little bit about her. - TiggersAndTinks13.7 #7107 2-8-14 8:36PMLikeReply
So sorry for your loss Dave. What a wonderful set of memories. - NascarDave275.2 #927 2-8-14 8:36PMLikeReply
Congratulations you awesome lady!!!! Thank you for all your wait times and quality content! Love you so much and can't wait to see you so I can laugh my tushy off!!!!! 😘😂😂😂 - MrsSchnooks2462.6 #36 10-27-13 9:43PMLike(1)Reply
My boys. 😁 Particularly our oldest.. the parking pass is on his AP... - heydavis78.7 #3581 10-11-13 10:20PMLikeReply
My head. though many times I feel like I have left it some place since I cannot remember anything when I am at the parks, but I need to figure out how to glue it on better!!:D - secretagentangel1156.3 #95 10-11-13 10:53PMLikeReply
Or if you can make it into the sub but the second the hatch closes you want to scream "Let Me OUT!" and crawl over everyone heads to get to the front of the sub because you need AIR! - AngieC227.4 #1458 9-20-13 3:45PMLikeReply
I have. It's an easy, quick walk to the parks. The rooms were "older" but I never felt unsafe being there. It was quiet at nights and the office staff were friendly. I wouldn't choose it if you plan to spend a lot of time in your room or More...
She can also get the cheaper rate as you did at the HOJO & the more people that book there the higher the discount. - UTDISNEYFAMILY693.0 #200 9-12-13 3:01PMLike(1)Reply
I have. It's an easy, quick walk to the parks. The rooms were "older" but I never felt unsafe being there. It was quiet at nights and the office staff were friendly. I wouldn't choose it if you plan to spend a lot of time in your room or are expecting luxury accommodations :) - AngieC227.4 #1458 9-12-13 2:52PMLikeReply
You can't eat everything; I've tried. I would say Pomme Frites or Beignets if you prefer something sweet. Mmmm
First off calories don't count at Disneyland! But if they did, I recommend the salad of the day at Cafe Orleans to help balance whatever evil lies in the Slap yo mama chicken located in the Plaza as it comes highly recommended with double mashed potatoes. - BombFrog537.7 #282 8-22-13 9:12PMLike(6)Reply
You can't eat everything; I've tried. I would say Pomme Frites or Beignets if you prefer something sweet. Mmmm - AngieC227.4 #1458 8-22-13 9:12PMLike(2)Reply
Hooray! I made it to a 100! Please adde to your amazing RAK my youngest and I were just looking at all of the Ariel stuff yesterday at Sephora . Thank you! - montanadj164.1 #2287 8-28-13 7:04AMLikeReply
The worst line for me was Roger Rabbit. We rounded a corner in line and I could no longer see outside, or what was coming up, only all those people around me and no exit. I had to leave and have still never been on the ride :(
So sorry to hear! See if you can get a GAC and use it for the rides you need it. And rescue breating is key, find a count that works for you and it will help SO much (mine is, IN 1-2-3-4 OUT 5-6-7-8-9-10). Distraction is key, and remembering that it can't hurt you (just freak you out for a bit). Use the pass and go back, so you start replacing the bad with good! Good luck!! 😊 - Sweet_Irish_Cream3551.7 #22 8-19-13 12:07AMLike(3)Reply
Thanks for the concern. Anxiety attack lead to tears which was embarrassing. It saddens me I can't handle that line anymore so I haven't experienced it in a while... Space mountain was nice though - missmimi901196.5 #91 8-18-13 11:44PMLike(1)Reply
Find a cheaper hotel, so she still gets the hotel experience, and have a big Disney themed gift basket waiting for her in the room. Toys, stickers, sugary treats.. that sort of stuff.
Operation Get RCMom Back: Step 1: Get Girl Scout uniforms for philliprocks and myself. Step 2: Sell cookies. Step 3: Sell pics of myself and philliprocks for MW calendar. Step 4: Get you and fam to DL and DL hotel! Step 5: Everyone hugs! - SpiritOfAdventure942.3 #134 8-9-13 3:59PMLike(8)Reply
Go around dapper day the Disneyland hotel is around $190 per night. I think the rate is good for about 1 week - UTDISNEYFAMILY693.0 #200 8-9-13 5:01PMLike(3)Reply
I would say if you can financially do it stay just one night. if that isnt in the budget maybe go over there and have a meal at one of the restaurants. Im sure she will understand. I bet she will just be happy to be at disneyland. - rachelelizabeth189.0 #1926 8-10-13 10:44AMLikeReply
Oh my gosh folks! Thank you much for the birthday wishes. I feel like a famous person!! Wish all of you could have been there. The museum was such a mind blower on what Walt Disney set out to do. Who knew that it would bring us all together and enrich my life forever! Thank you Mepenguin16 for beingmy Disney buddy, Daughter and friend. Love you kiddo! Thank you again all of you for making this a great Birthday💖💓😍🎂🎉🎈 - hippoluver278.2 #900 8-7-13 8:32PMLike(3)Reply
Happy Birthday Mom I didn't even finish reading what was written and i already said out loud thats the walt disney museum - SacTownzSultan91.1 #3404 8-7-13 3:10PMLike(1)Reply
Found this online... Young dreamers will be able to take part in a series of Dream Paths at both Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. The young, or young at heart, can immerse themselves in the wild worlds of pirates, or make the More...
Found this online... Young dreamers will be able to take part in a series of Dream Paths at both Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. The young, or young at heart, can immerse themselves in the wild worlds of pirates, or make their personal fairy tales comes to life in Peter Pan's Never Land, Aladdin's Agrabah or the Royal Court of a Disney princess. A special Little Dreamers/Big Dreams path offers adventure for kids 5 and under. October 2006 - AngieC227.4 #1458 7-29-13 3:38PMLikeReply
So neat that you saved them. When you look at the name tags do remember the time frame when you were wearing each one? - Dizkid305.7 #729 7-23-13 10:42PMLikeReply
So funny to see this. My youngest is David and he has a fascination with CM name tags. He always looks when we are at Disneyland and asks what each CM's name is. Last time we were there we met a David. The CM was so kind talking to my son and said maybe one day he will have his own name tag. I ended up getting one for him off eBay from Disney World. He loves wearing it around the house and wants to wear it to Disneyland next time we go. He just loves it. Thank you for posting all of yours. He will love seeing them tomorrow! - goofymom2boys1322.8 #81 7-23-13 11:33PMLikeReply
I am thinking the pole has something to do with someone who needs assistance or disabled. The boat always has to go to the right. They always put one on our boat when my husband boards since he's disabled. I could be wrong. - girlzstylin227.6 #1455 6-24-13 7:08PMLikeReply
I SWEAR, I will never ever take a flash picture inside a ride again! :/ - 4mouseketeers24.1 #5469 6-4-13 10:30AMLikeReply
Mr. RickChavez, lucky for me I took a picture of a 'still' set! I didn't screw up the sensors and the ride went on without a hitch... Now I know better. - 4mouseketeers24.1 #5469 6-4-13 10:33AMLikeReply
A long time ago in a Galaxy far far away was a theme park called Disneyland. In the 1990s Disneyland had a major drop in regualr attendance to Disneyland and only offered one type of pass, a premium pass that was 150 then raised to 200 for only ONE park. Because of the declining attendance and lack of Annual Passholders flocking to the parks, mind you these were the days where the was no Rancho Santa Margarita, Irvine was still pretty much fields, no irvine spectrum, everything north of the 15, 91 was cows and no homes, you get what I'm saying they started to do promos and new pass levels to incite people to get to the parks more and even did such things as nighttime shopping passes during Christmas, then the famous 2fer tickets. Well Disney really thought that opening a second park would really boost attendance and be a big smash hit and we all know how that went for 10 years. They did everything they could to get people to come to the parks and created 99 dollar passes, get in free on your bday, give a day get a day, they had promos all year around esp for the locals to just get people in the door for a mediocre experience. From the time frame of 2000 to 2011 Disneyland opened two new attractions buzzlight year and Nemo which pretty much was a refurb of an old attraction. They actually had closed down restaurants in the parks, there were no major of any of the lands, two new parades no new stage shows, reduction in characters in the park and a new firework show for the 50th that they still use. Then you have DCA over that time frame..What happened over there, nothing at all for the most part, it was the same park that lacked in every possible category and the only entertainment they had was the Aladdin show and some street performers and the only thing that could draw locals was brining back ELP but as soon as that was over they left. .These were the final years for Eisner...Since 2010 here is what we have been given...Carsland, 3 attractions, two shows 5 characters. Buena Vista Street featuring two shows, street characters and the fab 5 and a 4 star dining experience, World of color, The Little Mermaid attraction, 3 atmosphere shows, daily live music at the paradise gardens, a refrub off all the entire area, Redwood creek also got a nice redo and updated to get rid of that Brother Bear movie that nobody has seen and replaced it with a Pixar hit of UP with a stage show....Then lets go over to Disneyland....Since 2010 we have a brand new Star Tours experience, new summer time firework show, Princess Fantasy fair, 6 daily character shows, a new parade that is actually very good, a brand new wonderful stage show Mickeys map, diferent celebrations each month for such things as Greek, Valentines, etc etc (BTW those wont be limited time magic next year they will be part of new traditions). Now that DCA is finally where they want it your going to start hearing about more new things unveiled this summer for Disneyland like the new Tomorowland and other things as well....Pretty much everyone was conditioned to pay a lower price for sub-par product and now you are getting 300% more band for your buck with all of the new things the parks have to offer Well now the parks are at a place where the demand to get in is at an all time high and its both parks. Not only are you locals wanting to come at record numbers but people are traveling from all over the world again to visit the parks because there is something here again that makes people want to visit. For fun and games, go look on the AP website and take the number of visits you have made in a year and divide it by the total price of your Annual pass, its pretty low for a lot of us who go a lot. For instance if I go 100 times a year its about 6.79 dollars a visit., not bad!! I know its not easy for a lot of us continue to get passes as it keeps increasing but you have to take a look at some of what I said. The demand out weighs the supply and increasing prices is the only way to cut back attendance and make your visits more enjoyable while at the same time they can keep coming up with new exciting shows and attractions that keep us coming back year after year and not leaving us with a stale product. I guess we should all be grateful that we live in Southern California and are surrounded by so many other things to do such as enjoy the beaches, the parks we have, the mountains, Knots, Magic Mountain, Sea World, the zoo the banana stand,...Ok I have writer cramp - Dave 10388.1 #2 6-1-13 10:54AMLike(74)Reply
Aaaand this is exactly why the princesses shouldn't be all sexed up. They're all supposed to be 16ish, but now they're made to look more mature so grown men ogle at them. - Spoonful_O_Sugar492.0 #325 5-30-13 6:47PMLike(4)Reply
I remember this!!! And I mean I ACTUALLY remember this! I was there that day with my 2 grannies in the background and although you can't see me, I was wearing the EXACT SAME SHORTS as you!!! Cra-cra huh?! But it IS a small world after all.😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 - TinkerSchelle957.9 #131 5-30-13 11:44PMLike(1)Reply
I am also planning my first solo trip. I plan on eating a churro for breakfast, a dole whip for lunch and a monte cristo for dinner. No one will ever know.
You can do whatever you want and never have to worry about what anyone else thinks, which can be nice sometimes. - Slotherini1052.6 #120 5-27-13 1:46PMLike(9)Reply
I go alone quite often. Since I love photography I am free to shoot all I want without holding up people. Another fun thing to do alone is to really explore a land. - ru42369.0 #501 5-27-13 1:50PMLike(2)Reply
I am also planning my first solo trip. I plan on eating a churro for breakfast, a dole whip for lunch and a monte cristo for dinner. No one will ever know. - AngieC227.4 #1458 5-27-13 6:08PMLikeReply
I've gone alone quite a few times, and really enjoy it. It does feel a bit strange at first, but the freedom finally wins out! Do make a point of meeting some MWrs - maybe do an in park RAK to meet some? - TinkPen430.6 #399 5-27-13 6:24PMLikeReply