Disneyland Resort and Southern California LIVE! Guidebook

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It's Not Such a Small World After All

It's Not Such a Small World After All

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If you’ve read this chapter, you know that touring Southern California is no simple walk in the park. Here are some tips and tricks to help you:

Record the number printed on the back of your Disney passes in at least two places like your PassPorter, smartphone, at DisneyPlanner.com, and/or on a separate sheet of paper that stays in your room. If you lose your passes, this number allows Disney to void and reissue them.

Southern California is diverse, with many cultural differences. What is polite or rude to you may be different here. Be tolerant of the differences and you’ll find yourself well-rewarded!

“Disney California Adventure has a fun free fitness bonus for Disney Vacation Club members and their guests (even if you're not staying at a Disney hotel!). It was about an hour long and included a 2-mile power walk through California Adventure before the parks opened, concluding with an instructor-led stretching session and complimentary Jamba Juice. It was a great way to start our day and to see some of the amazing work the employees put into setting up the parks before guests arrive. Our guide also shared with us some interesting facts and trivia along the way. ”

......as told by Bonnie Steinkamp

“All the advice says to leave the park during the midday crowded time. And that's good advice. But sometimes that can be less than relaxing, depending on where you're staying. We found that taking some time out IN the park can get everybody refreshed and ready to go again. Whether it's taking a very leisurely lunch at a quieter restaurant or finding a quiet spot in the park where you can sit on a bench or the grass, stop touring and planning, spend some time chatting and just relaxing—you know, like you're on vacation! Afterward, the spring is back in our step, smiles back on our faces, and we are eager to go off to the next stop on our list. Some good quiet spots in Disneyland are near the Snow White and Seven Dwarfs statues, the outdoor area by the Tiki Room, the inner courtyard in New Orleans Square, and Blue Bayou Restaurant. ”

......as told by Tanya Lee Behnke

 

Magical Memory

“Many readers comment about going to Guest Relations to get a special button whether it is your First Time, Birthday, Marriage, etc  in Disneyland. Not only could you go there, but any store in Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure has these buttons. To make it extra special, we even got our First Time buttons autographed by Mickey. Of course, we had to find him around the park and stand in line but it was worth the wait. What a magical event that doesn't cost anything. "

......as told by vacationer Kevin N.

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