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  • [Question] What not to miss this Holiday season.

    I typically spend a lot of evening at Disneyland during the Christmas season, due to friends and family visiting. I knew I needed surgery but now it looks like it will be in the next few weeks, and I am not sure as when I will recover so not sure if I'll be able to get to Disneyland until possibly after the new year.
    So what should I try to do before my operation: Rides, foods, shows and more?

    Last night we watched Fireworks and went on HMH before I was worn out.

    Suggestions?
    Last edited by PetiteMortKvsh; 11-17-2012, 08:56 PM.
    Little and broken, but still good.

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    Re: What not to miss this Holiday season.

    Ok. Not trying to be obtuse or anything, but you said that you spend a lot of time at Disneyland during Christmas season? So you are familiar with all that is going on? Then my suggestion is to do what you like best.

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      Re: What not to miss this Holiday season.

      OP could possibly be asking whats new this year that shouldn't be missed based on other regulars experiences?

      ---------- Post added 11-17-2012 at 12:15 PM ----------

      Originally posted by PetiteMortKvsh View Post
      Last night we watched Fireworks and went on MHM before I was worn out.
      Kvsh my love, what is "MHM"?? HMH perhaps?

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        Re: What not to miss this Holiday season.

        LOL, Yes I did mean HMH! and Yes I am asking whats new this year that shouldn't be missed based on others experiences?
        Like food, shows or other stuff. Just cause I go often for the Christmas season, doesn't mean I do stuff for me. Typically I am with groups of people/family and end up doing what they want even if it means I am sitting outside the exit of a ride that I can't go on.
        So I'd like suggestions please.
        Little and broken, but still good.

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          Re: What not to miss this Holiday season.

          Small World Holiday is always the best part of my Disneyland holiday!

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            Re: What not to miss this Holiday season.

            The fake snow is quite cool, at least for those from Southern California that don't live in the mountains.

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            • #7
              Re: What not to miss this Holiday season.

              We went for the first time this week for the christmas season at dlr and I must say small world holiday and cars land are not to be missed!
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                Re: What not to miss this Holiday season.

                Mad T Party Band last two songs of each set. They are Christmas songs and the snow just makes it magical. I prefer Saturday nights and that night's Alice, she does a great job on the Christmas songs!

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