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  • [Question] Where should I stay?

    Hey all! haven't been on here in ages. anyhoo...i am going to disneyland and need help choosing where to stay. here r the things to consider

    -i want luxury and will pay since this is a special treat...but i'm not rich so if there is a better deal i'll take it!

    -i want to be VERY close to the park entrance or monorail if offsite people can use it...can't remember

    -disney theming is a plus but i don't know how much u get it on off site hotels (i am still considering on site)

    -i want nice quality...no hotel 6...this is a special treat

    -a nice pool is a plus

    -restaurants i don't care about or work out room (its only one night!)

    -nice atmosphere will probably head there mid day

    -a view of the park or fireworks is major plus

    -we r with no kids. it is 2 adults and a kid at heart (me!)...if a kid likes it i will hee hee except maybe for a coloring area or toy room :/

    don't know how much of this i can get but reach for the stars right?
    thanks!

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