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I did that tour last summer. I liked it. I would do it again if someone I was with wanted too.
The tour started out with a group photo at the front gate. Then we walked around and the tour guide talked about the rides, both when the park was first open and how it is now. She had a book of pic. of the Disneyland
Also just a side not, along main street, in one of the shops on the east side, there is an old lamp, I believe its pink. We were told it looks just like the one Walt had up in the fire house, that told people he was in the park. The only difference is Walt's was blue. Just thought I would share that, its one of the things our tour guide told us.
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