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70.2 #3885 DL Qual #0 7-29-12 5:32PM
For those with Pre-K aged kids, do you take a stroller to the parks? My son just turned 5 do he's able to do plenty of walking. I'm just worried about when he's tired or having to wait in a long line. I'm not wanting to take a huge joggi  More...
We purchased an umbrella stoller at target for $10, and the passed it onto another family when we were done. it was cheaper than renting one and then we didn't have to worry about transporting it on the plane. - DisneyVacationLover   444.4 #430 7-29-12 5:44PM Like(3)  Reply
I love the idea of RAKing the stroller at the end of your use! - lynniesue42  232.4 #1458 7-29-12 6:21PM
Thanks! - DisneyVacationLover  444.4 #430 7-29-12 6:27PM
I would take the fold up stroller because there are times when he's going to get tired and it will come in handy so you don't have to pay to rent one :) my nephew is 4 and i was really glad we took a stroller because he did indeed get very tired at times, especially in the evening :) - AnaheimsMom   238.1 #1380 7-29-12 5:38PM Like(1)  Reply
I like taking my big stroller cuz I don't have to carry bags or get lockers. And I can carry some snacks for our little one :D - annjay07   169.6 #2277 7-29-12 7:26PM Like  Reply
Stroller is a crowd breaker annnnd can carry things!! We bring a stroller for our 4 yr old even though he could probably walk lol :) - LoveDisneyDucklings   28.8 #5435 7-29-12 7:28PM Like  Reply
70.2 #3885 DL Qual #0 7-12-12 8:49AM
I am curious; many times a year do you go to DL? We are planning our first time but I see many of you are AP holders so I wondered how often you went. :)
I would say 02928382748283628 times 😉. Too many times to count basically. - nickb92   69.6 #3897 7-12-12 8:51AM Like(1)  Reply
Let's just say that when people ask me what I'm doing this weekend and I answer, "The usual" they say "So you're going to Disneyland". :) - VeloMouseGirl   549.8 #323 7-12-12 9:12AM Like(1)  Reply
My husband and I live in Washington, but since we try to go at least twice a year for a couple days at a time we buy annual passports.  With two trips they definitely end up paying for themselves. - 1HitchhikingGhost   214.9 #1690 7-12-12 9:11AM Like  Reply
Oh WOW....Some of you def get your money worth! That's amazing!!! Seeing that you can go so many times and never never gets old makes me excited for our trip. - Agent_P_fan   70.2 #3885 7-12-12 9:22AM Like  Reply
70.2 #3885 DL Qual #0 6-29-12 6:44PM
Newbie here....Wanted to introduce myself and ask a question. :) My hubby and I plan to take our 5yo to Disneyland next month. (We bought the 3 day hopper pass.) This is all of our 1st time there; I am looking for some tips. What a  More...
Take your time! Relax! Be super nice to the othe guest who forgot how to smile.. Ride the train at least one time all the way around the park. Make sure you get fast passes they will cut down on your wait times. Eat at odd hours. If you can see all 3 night time shows (one each night) take time to nap and chill at the hotel so your little one can make it late after the fireworks crowds thin out a little. Stop on main street close your eyes and just take in the smells and sounds. If your little one doesn't like rides try not to push the thrill seeker will come out one day. HAVE FUN! - Lifeguardmom   295.2 #842 6-30-12 6:56AM Like(1)  Reply
Plaza Inn, he would love it. My 12yr loved it when he was 4,(and he still does now). - stevencato   208.4 #1775 6-29-12 6:49PM Like  Reply
You should add in a character breakfast maybe for day two after you see how your son reacts to seeing the characters in the parks. Some kids love them right away and some are a bit intimidated at first. If he likes them so breakfast at a Goofy's Kitchen or the Plaza Inn do he gets some great pics with them and a lot of interaction. Also make sure to utilize your magic mornings of you are staying in one of the DL hotels. You can do most of fantasyland that way before the park even opens. It will be nice for all of you having three days do you can take it slow and really soak in the magic of Disneyland! Other restaurants I live are the Blue Bayou, great atmosphere and you get to watch the boats of people rising pirates go by. We also really like cafe Orleans (less pricey than blue bayou but similar menu items), hungry bear (yummy burgers), and the fried chicken at the plaza is always a must eat. Don't forget to get a churro! There is also a food section of mousewait, go to the menu tab, scroll down and click on food. There you can see tons of posts other mouse waiters have added on food. Or from the dashboard click on food and you can get even more food info and menus! Have a wonderful trip! - LisaMouse7531   410.1 #477 6-30-12 6:38AM Like  Reply
Sorry I don't know why I figures 5 yo was a son! Same plan works well of it is your daughter though if she likes princesses the most maybe do the character breakfast at Ariel's Grotto in CA Adventure since all I the princesses are there! - LisaMouse7531  410.1 #477 6-30-12 6:41AM
Be sure to go to City Hall and get a First visit button. Also Riverbelle Terrace has great breakfast--Mickey Mouse Pancakes! Yum. - cesium55   531.6 #338 6-30-12 7:14AM Like  Reply
Yes! The pin is a must! Good call - Lifeguardmom  295.2 #842 6-30-12 7:16AM