Has anyone else noticed that if this guy stood up he would be about 4' 2"
I'm not going to lie, but I hadn't been on that ride for years and years. When we went back a few years ago I legitimately had to stare at the first Captain Jack you see, when he's hiding being the manakins, I thought he was real. I seriously thought it was a CM dressed up. His movements, blinking, everything were so life like. - Belleslibrary230.3 #1240 5-9-13 10:26AMLike(2) Reply
Poncho Jimmy is a genius. I got stuck in the front last trip without a poncho and ended up being Wet Undies Nick - MightyWhitey648.3 #166 5-9-13 8:17AMLike Reply
I'm with ya Jimmy! Ran into the man who was making fun of me wearing a poncho hours later and he was still wet and uncomfortable, guess I had the last laugh - carminaire33.2 #4245 5-9-13 8:28AMLike Reply
The first week of December may also be a good time. All of the decorations will be up, as well as all shows, parades and fireworks up and running, as well as extended operating hours, as well as lighter crowds compared to other parts of t More...
Yes! Best time to go in nov is after thanksgiving. However, living far away, we usually go at times when the park is "busy" anyway so we don't really know any different. My family went the day of thanksgiving and a few days after and it really wasn't as horrible as I thought it was going to be. The lines were typically about a little over an hour wait. Being on a tighter budget, the hotel we usually stay in is the Marriott Fairfield Inn. It is reasonably priced and is only .02 miles away. It took maybe 5 min to walk to the park. Only down fall is they don't have continental breakfast. Is you can afford a DL hotel, do it!!! I've heard nothing but good things about them! - Belleslibrary230.3 #1240 5-8-13 1:12PMLike(1) Reply
The first week of December may also be a good time. All of the decorations will be up, as well as all shows, parades and fireworks up and running, as well as extended operating hours, as well as lighter crowds compared to other parts of the holiday season (although still busy). As far as hotels, it totally depends on your wants/needs. There are several good neighbor (and non good neighbor) that are a shorter walk to the main gates than that any of the Disney properties and at a significant savings too. We have stayed at several in the area and it's hard to match the convenience, especially when you are spending all of your time at the parks. - MightyWhitey648.3 #166 5-8-13 1:16PMLike(1) Reply
I finally got my chance to meet Maynard during a surprise "flex out of work early and head to Disneyland" trip. What a pleasure. :) Next, I need to conquer the Dole Whip line. - TaraInDisneyland13.5 #5918 5-8-13 6:06PMLike Reply
I love this area and all the colors, makes me feel like I'm in paradise. Well I am cause I'm at Disneyland, well you know what I mean 😜 - ribidib404.4 #324 5-8-13 6:22PMLike Reply