Posted 3 days ago

lamuertesbook:

Anyone else unreasonably excited for all this?

ok, but why that last picture…?

Cause rain happens in the fall and I like it

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Posted 3 days ago
Posted 3 days ago

Disneyland Secret:

The number “77” is seen many times throughout the Space Mountain queue and ride! It is meant to reference the year 1977-when Disneyland’s Space Mountain first opened!

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Posted 3 days ago

Anyone else unreasonably excited for all this?

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Posted 4 days ago
disneyland sucks and blogs like this are so stupid
Anonymous asked

Go seek attention somewhere else please, bye.

Posted 4 days ago

yourtriptodisneyland:

Rainy Days at Disneyland: Which Rides Close?

Due to it’s location in Southern California, Disneyland doesn’t encounter problems with the weather too often. But every once in a while, a large storm can cause some attractions to shut down due to their location and the nature of the attraction. This list is not meant for general rainy days, but actual intense storms. Here is a list of attractions that have been/could be closed during a rainstorm:

Disneyland Resort:

  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Autopia
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Davy Crockett’s Canoes
  • Gadget’s Go Coaster
  • Mad Tea Party (Teacups)
  • Matterhorn Bobsleds
  • Parades- They often are replaced with “Mickey’s Rainy Day Parade” which is just a bunch of the characters riding on the Omnibus
  • Fireworks/Fantasmic!

California Adventure:

  • Flik’s Flyers
  • Goofy’s Sky School
  • Luigi’s Flying Tires
  • Mickey’s Fun Wheel
  • Princess Dot’s Puddle Park
  • Radiator Springs Racers
  • Silly Symphony Swings

*This is not a fixed list. Rides may close that aren’t on the list, while some of these might stay open. This is just a general list of what could be expected to close with intense rainfall and wind. :)

Posted 4 days ago

Disney’s #GetHappier Event ends Next Monday! Catch it before it ends!

For those of you who are unfamiliar, Disneyland has had an event all summer called the #GetHappier event. Most of the information about it comes from the @DisneylandToday Twitter Account (which I recommend following.) During this event, they’ve wanted to help guest have better Mondays by having little surprises going on ever Monday. Some examples are: 

  • Free Ice Cream Sundaes in the Souvenir bowl to the 50 guests to find the #GetHappier Cast Members
  • An extra hour in Fantasyland after park closing to the first 1500 guests to find the #GetHappier Cast Members
  • Free Mystery Pin Set to the first 50 guests to find the #GetHappier Cast Members

This upcoming Monday (Labor Day) is the last day the event will happen for this summer, so try and make it if you can! And let’s hope they do this again next summer!

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Posted 4 days ago

knockturnalleywitch:

The under-appreciated ‘Bavarian bathrooms’ of Disneyland - between Village Haus and the Frontierland border. The rooflines remind of the Witch’s Cottage private home in LA.

Posted 4 days ago
Hi there! I love your blog and I was hoping you or your followers might help clearing something up for me. I checked the Disney FAQs and I found the answer but it confused me and wasn't very clear. So I want to buy an annual pass, and I heard that if you buy a multi-day ticket, you can put the cost of it towards your pass so you won't be paying as much. Now this is where I get confused: do I buy my multi-day ticket THEN buy my annual pass? And something about having to use it on the same day?
Anonymous asked

Hello! And thank you! :) 

Correct. You can upgrade any ticket to an Annual Pass, so whatever you already paid for the day tickets will be deducted from the Annual Pass amount you have to pay. Buy your multi-day ticket first then at some point before your trip ends you need to upgrade it.

The same day thing just means you have to upgrade to a pass on the day you used your ticket, not necessarily the day you bought your ticket. For example, you can’t use your day ticket today then come back in two weeks and try to get that $96 off. Since you have multi days, you just have to do it at some point before your trip ends. So you can upgrade the first day of your trip or the last day. Just keep in mind when you buy your pass, it’ll begin on the first day of your trip. So if the first day of your multi-day trip is 8/25/14, then your pass expires on 8/25/15.

Hope this all made sense, ask if you need any clarification! 

Posted 4 days ago
Posted 4 days ago

Disneyland Resort Bucket List

gutterrose:

Turns out there are a number of things besides food that I need to try before our passes expire next year!

Disneyland

Meet Princesses in the Royal Hall

See Beauty and the Beast and Tangled in the Royal Theater

Watch Jedi Training Academy

Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes

Frontierland Shootin’…

Nice bucketlist! Simple but has a lot of cool things on it. :)

Posted 4 days ago
Posted 5 days ago

Haunted Mansion closes tomorrow! Jack Skellington and the gang are coming back!

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Posted 5 days ago

Pay attention to the popcorn turners, they’re different in each land! It’s a small Disney detail often gone unnoticed.

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Posted 5 days ago
Hi! I'm going to disneyland in October & I love your blog so much! I was wondering, why aren't the Main Street lockers open?
Anonymous asked

Thank you! I’m glad you enjoy it! I don’t know the exact reason, but I’m assuming it’s refurbishment of some sort. You know Disney, they always want to make things better.

If they’re something you usually utilize, I would call if you want a more specific answer! Or maybe someone else on Tumblr knows the specific reason.