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The Unofficial Guides More than 4 million sold Hotels and attractions, ranked and rated Insider tips that save time and money From the publishers of "The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World" "A Tourist's Best Friend!
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With nearly 13 million visitors, the original Disneyland Park still ranks as one of America's Top 25 Visited Sites according to Forbes Traveler.Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure continue a 1 billion dollar expansion with new attractions based on the successful Pixar films- new attractions already added to the park include Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, Toy Story Mania, World of Color, and coming soon Goofy's Sky School and The Little Mermaid- Ariel's Undersea Adventure scheduled to debut in Spring 2011.In 2012, Disney's California Adventure is scheduled to continue with a 12 acre expansion adding a new land to the park based on the Pixar animated film, Cars.
However, guests of the Disney hotels are always admitted. Benefits of Staying Off-Site Off-site hotels are almost always less expensive. If you're trying to save money or would rather spend it on parts of your vacation other than ...
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Your Ticket to a Magical Vacation at the Disneyland® Resort Now is the perfect time to take the Southern California vacation of a lifetime. This guide helps you find all the magic at Disneyland and Disneyland's California Adventure. Also included is detailed information for all the other major theme parks in the area. You'll soon see why Southern California is a favorite destination for kids of all ages!What‘s insideQuick Guides for attractions, dining, and lodging to help you decide on the best places for your family. Detailed maps of the Disneyland Resort and other Southern California attractions.Tips on how to save time and money while avoiding crowds.Descriptions of rides and attractions, including age and height requirements as well as “scare factors”.The best times and locations to view parades, one-of-a-kind shows, and spectacular firework displays.Interesting Disneyland facts, trivia, and details, plus hints on finding “Hidden Mickeys” Michael and Trisa Knight have written on a variety of subjects, including parenting and children. They and their six children enjoy visiting the Disneyland Resort and other exciting Southern California destinations. This guide is a completely independent evaluation of Disneyland and has not been reviewed or approved by Walt Disney Productions Inc. Disneyland is a registered trademark of Walt Disney Productions Inc. Knott’s Berry Farm is a registered trademark of Knott’s Berry Farm Inc. Universal Studios is a registered trademark of Universal City Studios Inc., an MCA Company. LEGOLAND is a registered trademark of the LEGO Group.
BABYSITTING AND CHILD-CARE OPTIONS A number of options for babysitting, child- care, and children's programs are offered to Disney hotel and campground guests. All the resort hotels connected by the monorail, as well as several other ...
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Comments and tips on Walt Disney World from surveys of more than 10,000 familiesAdvice on how to prepare mentally, physically, and logistically for your ideal Walt Disney World vacationInformation on which attractions frighten kids and whyWhen to go, where to stay, and how to beat the crowdsField tested touring plans that can save you up to four hours of waiting in line.How to keep your family happy on vacation and how to return home rested and relaxed