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Disneyland Baby Centers

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Disneyland is a place for everyone, and at

Disneyland, they have thought of everything -

including the babies. The Disneyland Baby Center

is located on Main Street, behind the Plaza Inn.

This is not a babysitting service. Instead, it is a place

where you can attend to your babies needs.

There are several characters present in this area,

and their purpose there is not only to amuse your

baby, but also to help you attend to your baby's

needs. This area has rockers, where you can rock

and breast feed your baby. No men are allowed in

this room, but they are allowed in other rooms within

the Baby Center. You can warm a bottle or a jar of

food, and clean bottles as necessary. Baby changing

tables are available, and the entire center is very

clean and comfortable. There are even smaller toilets

for children who are being potty trained.

You can also purchase emergency baby supplies at

the Baby Center. Diapers cost about a dollar each,

and several different types of formula and baby food

are kept in supply, although the selections are l

imited. This is Disneyland's way of making sure that

the needs of every guest - no matter how small they

may be - are attended to.

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Get More Out Of Your Disneyland Vacation With

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FastPass

You don't want to spend your entire Disneyland

Vacation standing in long lines. This can be avoided

by using Disneyland FastPass. FastPass can be

obtained from machines located near the rides that

accept FastPass. This doesn't mean that you get to

immediately move to the front of the line. It is more

like scheduling an appointment for the ride later in

the day - at which time you actually will move to

the front of the line. In the meantime, you are free

to go enjoy other sites and rides around the park.

When you obtain a FastPass ticket, you will be

given a one hour time in which to enjoy the ride. For

instance, your FastPass ticket may say 11am to

12pm. This means that you can show up and move

to the front of the line between the hours of 11am and

12pm. You must have your Disneyland ticket in order

to obtain a FastPass ticket.

At Disneyland, FastPasses are available for Indiana

Jones, Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain

Railroad, Roger Rabbits Cartoon Spin, Autopia,

Space Mountain, and Buzz Lightyear.

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Christmas At Disneyland

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Christmas is one of the happiest times of the year

for a child. Spending the happiest time of the year,

at the happiest place on earth, could be a dream

that comes true for many children and adults.

Christmas at Disneyland is an experience that will

never be forgotten, and can never be matched.

Disneyland works to make Christmas very special.

Santa's Reindeer Roundup is especially fun, allowing

children to decorate Christmas cookies with Mrs.

Clause, play Reindeer Games, and make holiday

souvenirs. Between seeing all of the characters

dressed up in their holiday costumes and enjoying

the 'snow' after the Fireworks, Christmas at

Disneyland cannot be topped!

Make sure that you visit the Christmas Shoppe and

buy a special holiday ornament. Also, take part in

all of the special holiday rides. Visiting Disneyland

at Christmas time is unlike any other Disneyland

vacation you will ever take. Make sure you get a

picture of the Christmas tree!

Even though Christmas is considered to be

'off-season' you should be prepared for crowds.

Christmas is a very popular time to visit

Disneyland. Make reservations well in advance.

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When Is The Best Time To Be At Disneyland

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When you are planning your Disneyland vacation,

you should note that some days are better than,

others at the park. The days that you choose to be

there will depend greatly on whether you are more

interested in attractions or entertainment - or both.

For instance, Tuesday's, Wednesday's, and

Thursday's are the days when you will have shorter l

ines for the attractions, because there will be fewer

people there. On the other hand, the entertainment

on those nights cannot compare to the entertainment

that is offered on the weekends. If entertainment is

important, plan your visit to Disneyland for the

weekend.

If you will be at Disneyland for several days, however,

plan to ride the attractions on Tuesday, Wednesday

and Thursday, and then enjoy the entertainment, as

well as the other things the park has to offer on the

other days. If you are visiting during the off-season,

you should note that entertainment usually isn't

offered on weekdays. Also remember that the park

really fills up as the day wears on, so try to ride the

attractions in the morning if possible!

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Family Reunions At Disneyland

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Everyone looks forward to family reunions - and who

doesn't love Disneyland? You can bring the two

together by having your family reunion at the happiest

place on earth. It is really easier than you might think

to arrange this!

Start by calling the Disneyland Vacation Planning

Services Department. Let them help you book rooms

at the Resort hotels, and admission tickets to the park.

You should be able to get discounts on the tickets by

purchasing them in bulk.

The specific service that you need to accommodate

all of your family members is the 'Happiest Place on

Earth Picnic.' This service is offered year round, and

includes admission to the park for your entire party.

You also get a choice of fully catered meals for the

event. For 100 - 300 people, your event can be held

at Big Thunder Ranch. For 300 - 1000 people, the

event will be held at the Festival Arena.

If there are less than 100 people in your party, you

may not be eligible for the catering services. This is

at the sole discretion of Disneyland, and you will

need to discuss this with Guest Services or the

Planning Services Departments. If catering is not

available, reservations in the many restaurants can

be made instead.

You may be able to get a discount on your family

member's rooms at the Resorts as well, if you book

well in advance, hold your event during the off-season,

and book a block of rooms. Airline tickets for those

who will need to fly to Disneyland should also be

purchased well in advance, and in bulk for additional

discounts.

Again, allow Disneyland Vacation Planning Services

to help you with the arrangements, and use a travel

agent to handle any arrangements that planning

services doesn't cover. For best results, choose one

family member to work with the planning services

and the travel agent, and relay information back and

forth between the services and the family members.

Having one person collecting and sharing information

will cut down on a great deal of confusion and

misinformation when you are trying to make travel

arrangements for a large number of people.

It may take work and planning, but in the end, this

will be one family reunion that will never be forgotten.

Talk with the Vacation Planning Services Department

to find out what other services are available to make

this an even more special experience for you and

your family members. The Surprise services would

be a nice touch!

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Disneyland And Disabilities

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Even if you are confined to a wheelchair or on

crutches, you can still enjoy Disneyland. If you are

on crutches, you should consider renting a

Disneyland Scooter to get around the park. The

rental fee is $35 per day, with a $20 deposit. A valid

driver's license is required, and you must be

eighteen years old or older.

You can also choose to rent a wheelchair, which is

not electronic. The rental fee for a wheelchair is $8

per day, with a $20 deposit. You do not have to rent

your wheelchair or Scooter from Disneyland. You can

choose to rent the apparatus from a private company,

and have the wheelchair or scooter delivered to your

hotel room. You may find that it is cheaper to rent

from a private company, as opposed to renting from

Disneyland.

All of the restaurants and shops are wheelchair

accessible, as are the entertainment areas. When it

comes to wheelchairs, your problem will be

accessing some of the rides. Some rides are not

appropriate for people who are in wheelchairs,

while others are perfectly suitable. For instance, you

will not be able to enjoy Donald's Boat, Sailing Ship,

or Tarzan's Tree house.

However, there are many attractions that you can

enjoy, such as The Disney Gallery, Disneyland

Monorail, the Disneyland Railroad, the Tiki Room,

The Golden Horseshoe, It's A Small World, Mark

Twain Riverboat, and Tom Sawyer Island. Some

attractions will require you to be transferred from your

wheelchair, such as Alice in Wonderland, Indiana

Jones, and the King Arthur Carrousel.

Cast members and service personnel will be happy

to help with Guest wheelchair transfers, and if you

should lose a wheelchair or scooter that you've rented

from Disneyland, simply show the ticket for the

wheelchair or scooter, and Disneyland will happily

supply you with another one. However, if you lose a

wheelchair or scooter that was rented from an outside

company, Disneyland will not be able to help you

replace it, and you may have to pay the rental company

the full value of the chair. This is something to consider

when you are trying to decide whether to rent from

Disneyland or a private company.

Whether you can enjoy a ride in your wheelchair, or

you must be transferred from your wheelchair to the

ride, you can actually enjoy most of the rides at

Disneyland. Do not allow the fact that you can't walk

around the park keep you from planning a Disneyland

Vacation. Again, Disneyland was designed with

everyone in mind!

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Disneyland Vacations For Toddlers

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Disneyland was designed for kids of all ages - and

toddlers are no exception! There are many things

that you can enjoy with your toddler - so many

things in fact, that unless you will be staying for

several days, you won't have time to do them all.

Start with Toon Town. Here is where you will find

your toddler's favorite Disney Characters, including

Mickey and Minnie Mouse. All of the Characters

have homes in Toon Town, full of things that will

amaze your toddler, and make them laugh.

Your toddler will definitely enjoy the Disneyland

Railroad. This is a great way to get around the park,

because there are stations in New Orleans Square,

Toon Town, Tomorrowland, and on Main Street. This

will amuse your toddler, and give you a chance to

see some sights and rest a bit.

Its A Small World is very appropriate for toddlers.

Music and colors will keep your child mesmerized

while you enjoy a relaxing ride across the water. The

Storybook Land Canal Boats is another good choice,

as it will take you through the miniature villages that

your child will be quite familiar with from their story

books.

Rides that you and your toddler must not miss

include all of the rides in Fantasyland, King Arthur's

Carousel, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, the Circus

Train, and the Mad Tea Party. Rides that are

appropriate for youngsters, but that may cause a

little fear are the rides that are dark. These include

Peter Pan's Flight, Pinocchio's Daring Journey, Alice

in Wonderland, and Snow White's Scary Adventure.

Buzz Lightyear is a popular ride for all toddlers.

There are other areas of the park that have

attractions and rides that are appropriate for toddlers.

Remember that Disneyland is a place for kids of all

ages. Pay attention to the height and age requirements

for each attraction, and avoid taking your toddler to

rides that they will not be able to enjoy. This will only

cause your child disappointment.

Stick to the areas where the toddler appropriate

attractions are located as much as possible. As an

adult, you realize that some rides are simply not safe

for small people - but your small person will not

comprehend this! Your Disneyland vacation should

be enjoyable for everyone, and Disneyland has

made sure that there is something for everyone at

the park. It is up to you to keep your child happy,

and to keep them interested in the rides and

attractions that they are meant to enjoy.

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Entertainment At Disneyland

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There is always something to see or do at

Disneyland, but Disneyland adds to this with nightly

entertainment during the peak season, and weekend

entertainment during the off-season. There is also

special entertainment during special occasions, such

as the Fourth of July and Christmas.

Fantasmic is held twice each night during the peak

season, and on weekends during the off-season.

The show takes place on Tom Sawyer's Island, and

features many characters, music, and fireworks. For

the best seating possible, purchase tickets for

Fantasmic in advance, but note that free seating is

also available, and is included in your Disneyland

park admission price.

The Parade of Dreams features large colorful floats

accompanied by many Characters. This parade

takes place twice each day. During the parade, the

entire parade will stop three times to do a

choreographed show, and most of the Disney

Characters are portrayed in the Parade of Dreams.

In the Fantasyland Theater, you can see a musical

of Snow White. This show is held several times

throughout the day. This show should not be missed

- especially if you love Snow White. Since the show

is held several times each day, reservations are not

necessary.

These are just a few of the shows that are available

at Disneyland. Again, entertainment is an ongoing

thing at the park, with each day bringing something

new. One thing that you can definitely count on, of

course, is the fireworks! The fireworks show is held

late each night - before the park closes for the day.

Even if you can't stay for the fireworks, you can

probably see them out of your hotel window! Try to

get a view of the Fireworks from in front of Sleeping

Beauty's Castle for the greatest effect. The fireworks

on the Fourth of July are out of this world.

To find out if there are any special shows or events

during the time that you will be at Disneyland, visit

the website, call the park, or ask your travel agent to

find this information out for you. You may also want

to inquire about special events during specific

months, so that you can plan your stay at

Disneyland for those days.

Most entertainment is provided free of charge, and is

part of your admission price. However, special

seating, or priority seating usually requires a fee, as

well as a reservation. Some events require an

admission price that is separate from your park

admission. Again, check the website, call the park,

or discuss events and fees with your travel agent

when planning your Disneyland vacation.

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Start Your Day At Disneyland In Fantasyland

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Any guidebook you read will tell you that you should

begin your day at Disneyland enjoying the attractions

found in Fantasyland. There are several important

reasons as to why this advice is given, and it is

advice that you should strongly consider following.

Fantasyland is one of the most popular areas at

Disneyland because there are no age or size

requirements. The only height restriction is a 35

inch requirement for the Matterhorn. As the day

progresses, Fantasyland will fill up. Getting there

first thing in the morning will help you avoid the long

lines that others will encounter later in the afternoon.

None of the attractions in Fantasyland have

FastPass. This is another reason as to why you

should go there first. FastPass allows you to more

or less 'set an appointment' to ride certain rides -

but none of the attractions in Fantasyland have this

option. Cover Fantasyland first, then go get

FastPasses for the other attractions that you want

to ride.

The crowds and the lines will start growing within a

few hours of Disneyland opening each day. Make

sure that you arrive before the park opens so that

you can be one of the first ones through the gate -

and head straight to Fantasyland before going

anywhere else.

Since all of the guidebooks suggest this, many

other early risers will also be headed for Fantasyland.

Even so, the lines won't get really long for two or

three hours, and by then, you will have already ridden

all of the rides there.

From Fantasyland, you should start collecting

FastPass tickets for the other attractions that have

FastPass throughout the park. It is best to collect

these early in the day - the longer you wait, the l

onger it will be before your appointed time comes

around, depending on how many FastPasses have

been issued for each ride.

While you are waiting for the appointed time for your

first FastPass, you should enjoy other attractions,

visit the shops, or get a snack. Times between

FastPass appointments are great for visiting the

restrooms or sitting down to rest with a cool

beverage.

Just remember that in order to enjoy the most

attractions at Disneyland you should start with

Fantasyland, followed by gathering FastPass tickets.

Enjoy other attractions between FastPass attractions,

but make sure that you don't put yourself on such a

tight schedule or such a rigid itinerary that you forget

to have fun! Some people simply like to spend some t

ime wandering around the park.

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