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  • [Question] Disneyland Tips

    Hi, I am going to Disneyland in November and have been many times. I think i know a lot about the park, but if there were any tips or secrets you could give i would really like to hear them. I am going in Christmas (ive never been during christmas) what can i expect? What shouldnt i miss? Thanks
    Last edited by DLplanner_nefu; 10-07-2009, 05:42 PM.

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    It's better to leave some of it as a surprise. If you over-analyze Disneyland on web sites like this you run the risk of killing off some of the spontaneity, joy and fun. Fun is a state of mind that no audio-animatronics or special effects can induce. Let some of Disneyland be an experience of discovery - a pretty spot, an unexpected encounter with a musician or character, an attraction you didn't know about, let the shows be a surprise rather than watching them in advance. Too much information from sites like this will kill the sense of discovery and serendipity. Rather than focusing entirely on rides and things you have to wait in line for, think of the whole park as a ride and take some time to sit still and just take it all in, watch the world go by, and enjoy the live entertainment and atmosphere. This is a much better way to enjoy Disneyland than simply trying to complete a laundry list of rides. "The park is the ride."

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      Re: Disneyland Tips

      Listen to Bob Weaver is some great advice ;P

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