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Tips for making the most of your visit to Disneyland

September 24, 2011 by  
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There is perhaps no more iconic vacation then heading to Disneyland, in Anaheim, California. Visitors from around the world, make the pilgrimage to visit the original theme park. However, over the years Disneyland has grown larger and savvy travelers know that they need the inside information to make the most of their Disneyland visit. Here is the information that you need in order to have fun and create lasting memories. Here are some tips for making the most of your visit to Disneyland-
 Don’t lose your tickets-No matter what park you are going to, you need to guard your tickets carefully. It is important to understand that even if you have a copy of your tickets, Disneyland will not replace them. Because there are so many options for buying your tickets ahead of time, make sure that you stow them away carefully, and keep them secure while you are in the park.
 Dress for fun-Disneyland is not the place to debut your high fashion wardrobe, or wear your 5 inch high heeled summer sandals. The number one thing to remember is to wear comfortable shoes. In addition, keep in mind that even though it’s California, it can get cooler at night, after the sun goes down. Make sure that you have a sweater or hoodie that you can slip on.
 Limit what you carry-You’ll be surprised at how far you’ll walk during your time at Disneyland. Because of this you need to limit what you carry. If you need to carry a bag, make sure that it is as light as possible. If you can put stuff in your pockets, you’ll have a much better time. Don’t worry though, there’s no need to leave everything in the car (forcing you to trek out if you need something), you’ll find lockers inside and outside of the gates of the park. You can put in all your extra gear and then access it as you need it.
 There are places for help-Disneyland strives to be the best in guest service. If you or someone with you isn’t feeling well, then there is no need to leave the park. Simply head to the First Aid Center, where they can help treat that headache, blister or upset tummy. If your child becomes distraught because their balloon popped or souvenir broke, Disneyland provides a free replacement, on the same day, making sure that it stays the happiest place on earth.
 Don’t let the weather keep you away-Anaheim is known for having clouds in the morning and brilliant sunny weather during the day. Most often the weather improves by noon (just be sure to be prepared for rain), however, keep in mind most weather is mild in this area, and if it rains the lines will be shorter and crowds much thinner.
 Smoking is prohibited-Smokers should keep in mind that the smoking laws in California are strict. Don’t think about breaking them, and realize that smoking is even more prohibited inside Disneyland (even though its outdoors).
 Size really does matter-There are height restrictions on some of the rides, so if you are going to Disneyland with a smaller child, it pays to know this before you go. Be sure to measure their height before you get to the park. This way you will know what rides they can and cannot go on. This will make for a much happier visit, for everyone. Remember, the height restrictions are there to keep your child safe, so don’t even ask for an exception.
 Consider taking a break-There really is no place like Disneyland, but by early afternoon it can become sensory overload, for kids and adults alike. Consider taking a break, returning to your hotel (just get your hand stamped), and then returning in the late afternoon when the temperatures and cooling and the crowds thin out for dinner.

Where are some fun family vacation spots?

September 7, 2011 by  
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Are you looking for a fun family vacation spot? If you don’t know where to take your family and the kid’s need a new adventure besides Disneyland, here are some great options that you might want to consider for a fun destination. As you are looking at different vacation destinations, you always want to look for one that will have something for everyone in the family to do. Many family vacation destinations will have multiple activities so you can enjoy yourself and your kids will also be able to participate in fun activities as well.

What should you take camping?

September 5, 2011 by  
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Are you planning your first camping trip? What are some of the things that you should take with you camping? Camping is a lot of fun but if you are not prepared, it can be a disaster.

Planning your backpacking vacation

September 1, 2011 by  
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Are you ready for your first backpacking vacation? Whether it is your first backpacking vacation or this is a common experience, it always helps to go over a packing list in order to make sure you don’t forget anything and also to make sure you will have a fun time.

Planning a visit to the Rocky Mountains

August 31, 2011 by  
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Throughout North America and Canada are the Rocky Mountains. This is one of the largest mountain ranges in North America and they have peaks that are some of the highest in the world and home to excellent climbing. Anyone that loves to hike and climb should consider a vacation to explore the beautiful Rocky Mountains and really look over the beauty of these mountains.

Fun vacations for adrenaline junkies

August 21, 2011 by  
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There are a number of great vacation options out there that you can participate in if you would like to have some adrenaline pumping through your veins.

A day at San Diego Zoo

May 17, 2011 by  
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The San Diego zoo is a fun place to spend a day, but if you plan right you can get far more out of your admission ticket than if you don’t plan.

Long drives with kids

November 13, 2010 by  
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Driving to a vacation destination has its pros and cons, one of the cons being the frustration that occurs if you have kids in the car. Long drives with kids can be difficult; it can make the start or end of a vacation far less enjoyable. The following is a look at how to make long drives with kids, far more enjoyable.

How to make family vacations more fun for everyone

November 12, 2010 by  
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Family vacations-a phrase that can make you smile with tender memories, or cringe with thoughts of how horrible they were. In many cases a family vacation are not much fun because they are a lot of whining and crying, and yelling. The following are some tips for how to make family vacations more fun for […]

Dressing for a day at Disneyland

November 11, 2010 by  
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A day the Disneyland parks is sure to bring fun and fulfillment to your family. However, dressing wrong can mean some discomfort at the park. The following is a quick look at how to dress for a day at Disneyland.

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