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How's the DLR Adventures by Disney?

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  • How's the DLR Adventures by Disney?

    We're looking into going on the SoCal Adventures by Disney and I was just wondering if anyone on here has taken it? What are the highlights? What are the lowlights? Would it be appropriate as a honeymoon for two Disney AP nerds?
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    Re: How's the DLR Adventures by Disney?

    Sorry, I don't have a clue. I'm a local.

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      Re: How's the DLR Adventures by Disney?

      For me the highlights would include the Jim Henson studios (so much history associated with that building!) the Imagineering & Studios tour and the VIP tour at DL.

      I know of Honeymooners that have done this ABD and loved it.
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        Re: How's the DLR Adventures by Disney?

        Originally posted by goofypirate View Post
        We're looking into going on the SoCal Adventures by Disney and I was just wondering if anyone on here has taken it? What are the highlights? What are the lowlights? Would it be appropriate as a honeymoon for two Disney AP nerds?
        I have been on the Backstage Magic tour and I am an Annual Passholder. You get to go places you don't "normally" get to see. You start in Hollywood and end at Disneyland. If you would like to read a few reports:

        AllEars.net Review Page - ADVENTURES BY DISNEY - Powered by ReviewPost

        Scroll down to "Hollywood and Disneyland -Backstage Magic"

        I enjoyed it so much I'm going again with friends. Imagineering and Jim Henson Studios were fabulous!! The behind-the-scenes fun at Disneyland is terrific! And many surprises. None of us were disappointed!


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