Reviews of Disneyland’s most popular character meals

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Who could visit Disneyland and not meet some of their favorite characters? One of the easiest, and perhaps most efficient, way to do so is by attending meals where the characters circulate among tables rather than standing in lines in the theme parks. On our recent trip to Disneyland, we booked three character-dining meals: Storytellers Cafe, Ariel's Grotto and Goofy's Kitchen.
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Disney California Adventure Part Six of Six

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Yesterday I discussed Disney California Adventure’s (DCA) newest addition, Cars Land. Today I’ll be closing this series of articles with a description of Paradise Pier. Paradise Pier is based on Victorian boardwalks that were once found along the coast of California. It features “Coney Island” style rides and a midway. But before I go into … Continue reading "Disney California Adventure Part Six of Six"
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Save those Disney Dollars! New Fantasyland merchandise is in Magic Kingdom stores

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For many Walt Disney World visitors, shopping for souvenirs is an integral part of the vacation experience. Who doesn't like to have a reminder of a special trip, especially to the Most Magical Place on Earth? Recently, new merchandise has arrived in the Magic Kingdom to coordinate with the "dress rehearsal" for New Fantasyland attractions and the opening of Storybook Circus. If you have Belle and Beast, Little Mermaid or Dumbo fans at your house, start saving your money!
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Disney California Adventure Part Six of Six

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Yesterday I discussed Disney California Adventure’s (DCA) newest addition, Cars Land. Today I’ll be closing this series of articles with a description of Paradise Pier. Paradise Pier is based on Victorian boardwalks that were once found along the coast of California. It features “Coney Island” style rides and a midway. But before I go into … Continue reading "Disney California Adventure Part Six of Six"
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