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Regarding the Max pass. As the site says review what you are buying. For $15 per person/per day I had second thoughts are using it a half day as the regular wait line wasn't bad and a lot of the rides do not use the...More
Like most people, I have great memories of Disneyland as a child. I usually go to a Disney park around once a year, and Disneyland is my favorite. The crowds are usually insane, but January after school starts isn’t too bad. Just be prepared to...More
All around the place is fun and nice and clean, this park has so many things to see and feel, that you can repeat many times, rades are available for all ages, shows all over the place, Fantasmic and Mickey´s Mix Magic shows are very...More
It has reached the point where the price for visiting is beyond the reach of many normal people. The rides are great, the maintenance is wonderful but on site purchases are beyond belief. A bottle of coke is $4.50, a slice of pizza close to...More
A MUST do for people of all ages! Went with my partner and a friend who have never been big Disney people, needless to say they absolutely loved it! You never understand the true magic of Disney and Disneyland until you experience it first hand!...More
I have been to Disney a number of years ago and unfortunately my calculations were a bit out as far as the timing goes for most US citizens to have returned to work, so only managed a few fast pass rides.
You did not mention the time of year, but lets assume its within the next 3 months so Disneyland is open until 12AM If you get there at 7A or 8A you can get in 16 to 17 hours of Disney Immersion. I agree with other replies... More
You did not mention the time of year, but lets assume its within the next 3 months so Disneyland is open until 12AM If you get there at 7A or 8A you can get in 16 to 17 hours of Disney Immersion. I agree with other replies that Disneyland is the priority, particularly on the first time, and most of us can spend multiple days at Disneyland. That said, don't be afraid to consider going to both parks. As adults, you may not be interested in Casey Jr. Circus Train, Chip 'n' Dale Treehouse, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and many others. Most visitors find getting on a couple rides in California Adventure Park and a quick walk-thru plenty of time to take in the "flavor and experience" of CAP. With some planning and willingness for a long day, you can get in the total, two park experience, setting yourself up for what you'll do on the second visit. Enjoy!