|. on Jan 15, 2016 @ 11:33 pm|
Be prepared for long line ups! I had so much fun there. You will have a blast!
|feedbacks. on Jan 16, 2016 @ 06:55 am|
would love to hear after your trip some feed backs as I would love to go when my son is old enough and i've never been there before.
|. on Jan 21, 2016 @ 11:13 pm|
Bring good shoes and water bottles haha.
|dl on Jan 24, 2016 @ 07:14 pm|
Sunblock, stay dehydrated, wear good comfortable shoes. And if you can, if its in your budget, you might want to pay for the "skip the line" passes.
|. on Jan 24, 2016 @ 07:26 pm|
I would love to go one day.
Have an awesome trip!
PS. I agree wit piercedkiss. I have friends that go yearly and
they always purchase the "skip the line" pass.
|Pricey on Feb 22, 2016 @ 03:10 am|
I found Disneyland in CA a lot more pricey than Walt Disney World in Fl, so take that into consideration. Best advise, ENJOY! It'll likely be busy, don't let that get to you. The cars ride has a crazy line, so go there first thing or during the parade.
|Just got back on Feb 22, 2016 @ 09:01 am|
Lines were not as bad as I'd thought. They are very efficient and get you through quicker than I'd thought they would. The longest we waited was 30 minutes for a ride, but most lines have shade and they also have the ride moving through interesting things to see - like in line for Indiana Jones you are in the 'jungle' and then the Temple of Doom. My 18 month old could also go on 70% of the rides.
There is absolutely no 'skip the line' pass available for purchase. At all. I got the 3 day park hopper pass from Costco which gave us 3 days at Disneyland and California Adventure and we could go between the 2 as much as we liked. They do have a thing called a 'fastpass' on certain rides and you swipe your park pass card and get this fastpass that tells you when to come back to the ride and you just go through a different line and don't wait. A few years ago there was a skip the line pass for sale but they haven't had it in a while.
If you park in the parade it is worth it. You get unlimited reentry that day, so you can go home and rest in the afternoon and come back in the early evening when it's cooler but not pay parking twice. There's a tram from parking to Downtown Disney, which you have to walk through to get to the gates.
Bring lunch and snacks as lunch is a bit pricey but not as much as I'd thought it'd be. We also took our daughter for a special birthday dinner at Blue Bayou which overlooks the Pirates of the Caribbean ride(which is a really cool ride). It's a very fancy restaurant but so, so delicious. Their kids entrees are actually delicious and well priced.
I loved Disneyland and can't wait to go back. No complaints at all. Staff is efficient and friendly.
|. on Feb 22, 2016 @ 10:07 am|
enjoy! Will be long lineups and hot im sure make sure you are prepared, have lots of sunscreen and wear a hat. good shoes will be doing lots of walking and have lots of fun!