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Disneyland Traditions


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  • Disneyland Traditions

    I have certain stuff I do at DL that I've been doing since I was a kid and DL wouldn't be the same if I didn't do it. For example when I arrive at my hotel I promptly do not un-pack but I walk over to DL and just hang out in the esplanade, it's like soaking it all in. Also the first day I'm there after the opening ceremony I run to Matterhorn and ride it as many times as I can before any crowds show up. There is so many more but I want to hear about others traditions. What do you do to make your trips special?

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    I beleive we did this thread already some time ago.......

    Going into Disneyland under left bridge.
    Matterhorn, at least twice.
    A trip to the Disneyana store, to check out if anything new from Aristocats has been released.
    Trying something new (food wise), using everyone's suggestions in MiceChat.
    Churro for my daughter, after she has something decent to eat.
    Jalapeno Cheese Stuffed Pretzel upon leaving.
    Mom, remember, it's not what a person is like on the outside that counts,
    it's what they are like in their HEART!

    - Wolfette


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