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Disneyland Hotel merchandise


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  • Disneyland Hotel merchandise

    Bought a couple of the items available w/ the very cool new artwork,
    including a replica of the original "The Happiest Stay on Earth" keychains.
    Aqua! Too cute! From the back of the Hotel Room/Balcony greeting card:

    The first 100 rooms of the Disneyland Hotel opened October 5, 1955,
    just 3 months after the successful launch of the Magic Kingdom. The
    original guest rooms featured balconies and an orange tree on every
    patio. The Grand Opening looked like a Hollywood premiere with
    many famous faces of the day including Walt Disney and Art
    Linkletter. Within months, the Disneyland Hotel added another
    100 rooms to accommodate the many visitors that were flocking
    to the area to experience the Magic Kingdom.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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