There are some rides at Disneyland that would totally be worth breaking down on, just to be able to walk through. And some that are absolutely terrifying.
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Disneyland postcards used to be one of my favorite souvenirs from the park. Over the years, the variety of postcards has diminished, which is a real shame.
Some folks blow through Disneyland in an effort to hit the highlights, but there are surprise, low-key experiences to be found if you slow down and look for them.
When you’ve been to Disneyland often, it gets harder and harder to find new-to-you experiences. Last week, I made a point to seek out the new-to-me. Here’s what I found.
The Redwood Creek Challenge Trail in Disney California Adventure is mostly a play area for kids, but there’s enough here to keep adults mildly amused for awhile, too.
Sonoma Terrace in Disney California Adventure offers a Cold Cut Plate featuring meats and cheeses. The question is: Is it worth the price?
Ever wonder if you can bring your dog or cat to Disneyland? You can… kinda. Here’s what it’s like to kennel your pet at the Disneyland Kennel Club.
If you’ve never been in the Haunted Mansion Fastpass distribution area—or if you have, but were in a rush—you should take a moment to check it out. It’s one of the coolest areas in the park.
Not sure where to start your day at Disneyland? Let Esmeralda, the fortune teller on Main Street, guide you.