Lovely rak! Please add me. Thanks! I love that this app allows me to feel the Disney magic wherever I am. Such a wonderful thing!
Please add me what I love about this app is the support and love I got from some perfect strangers who are now all like family to me. It's so overwhelming all the love and support I'm getting especially after my kidney transplant, and not being able to go and people sending me get well cards and gifts (and some who don't even know me) and all the pics is helping me recover and mentally and physically feel better. You all are amazing and I luv u all. Thanks hmacif this rak is too cool! If I win I will be re-raking everything except the vinyl (that one I'd like to keep) but I'd like to keep ur cool rak going. - mickeyat345.1 #436 6-9-13 12:42PMLike(3) Reply
Lovely rak! Please add me. Thanks! I love that this app allows me to feel the Disney magic wherever I am. Such a wonderful thing! - happiestplace44.0 #3952 6-12-13 12:02PMLike Reply
I still have an hour lol. Please add me for my mini. What I love about this app is getting the opportunity to meet such wonderful, caring people, such as you my dear 😘 - IHEARTSIMBA50373.4 #378 6-12-13 3:02PMLike Reply
Very cool. I believe the main st vehicles use the same biodiesel.
I had no idea. And I think Disney is always looking for ways to help the environment and look to the future (plug for their vision of Tomorrowland). I also find it interesting that they are using future technology to fuel the old trains. Thank you SMK for this interesting Disney History!! - MyPark946.4 #94 4-16-13 7:36AMLike Reply
Good Morning. Yes very impressed by this. The California State Railroad Museum uses a similar program to lessen the environmental impact of the Steam Locomotives that they operate. ( yes a shameless plug). Great research Thanks - Tealtownfan701.8 #145 4-16-13 7:38AMLike Reply
Great info. One of my good friends who is an engineer on the DLRR says doing this costs Disney more money than it saves. It costs more to collect the cooking oil, sent it offsite to be refined and then ship it back than it would be to dispose of the cooking oil and buy diesel fuel. - ckholliday199.0 #1686 4-16-13 9:25PMLike Reply
As a Northwesterner who has felt the lack of good coffee in the resort for years, I'm excited! And judging from the long lines at Starbucks in DCA this weekend, many other people will be as well. - PrincessKristin776.9 #125 4-8-13 11:28PMLike(3) Reply
This makes me sad. No Market House this weekend for this old lady. The refills kept me moving through the night. Guess I have to find another pick me up lol - IHEARTSIMBA50373.4 #378 4-9-13 1:58AMLike Reply
Disneyland hotel. Beds are more comfortable, rooms are more fun, and you will save a little money.
They are both great. Its a hard choice. I like the grand a little better because of the balcony in the room and the short walking distance but sharirenee makes a great point. Be sure to let the cms know its your anniversary when you book your room, they usually do something extra for special occasions. - Twitterpated233.7 #1212 4-1-13 11:23AMLike(1) Reply
Depends on what you're looking for. The decor of the rooms in the Grand is rather plain to me, it's like many other such hotels, but maybe you like hanging out on the balcony in the morning and proximity to the parks. If you get a park view room, you might be able to watch WOC. You could also book services at the mandara spa for some pampering. Disneyland hotel is special for it's disney magic. The headboard and the pool are fantastic. View-wise, you might be able to see the fireworks, I think. - bluefairy628.9 #175 4-1-13 1:32PMLike Reply
Thank you for all of the ideas. After doing some reading we are also going to throw in Paradise Pier into the mix. We want the magic of disney in our stay but also throw in some extra little things. - Mickey_Badge242.5 #1102 4-1-13 1:48PMLike Reply
private school gives homework and i always wrote my term papers for college during spring break. I never understood how others got theirs done unless they bought their papers. - Plumiegirl3502.9 #11 4-1-13 4:42PMLike Reply
I don't understand homework during a break..my kids have it too... Not cool! - bethw4.0 #13874 4-1-13 5:07PMLike Reply
Peter Pan should be her very first ride 😍 and take pictures of unexpected moments📷 and teach her that this place is a special place where mommy and daddy get to be a child with her now matter their age. - mrscttlemstr237.3 #1165 3-26-13 8:52AMLike(2) Reply
Take your time. Make sure you use the baby care center. It will help a lot. You might also want to go back to the hotel after lunch for a quick nap and down time to refresh so you can get through the rest of the day. - rachelelizabeth147.7 #2365 3-26-13 8:56AMLike(1) Reply
Stroller naps! Try to get fast passes for the grown up rides timed so that each parent can do a walk on while child is napping. You can double dip with rides that have that babysit pass thingy. - InnerSpaceman20.5 #5096 3-27-13 1:41PMLike Reply
Oh my goodness... Guys, this post seriously got me all welled up. Thank you for you so much for your kind words. Friendlymouse, you made my week! I got the call on Friday and I am more than ecstatic to be a part of the Disney family. I look forward to making some magic in the parks for you guys. Thanks again!! - JRDrummer_CM793.0 #123 3-25-13 10:17PMLike(13) Reply
Thank you goofymom! We will do that. Sugarbuzz, I saw on some posting somewhere on another site that the sign helps. We are also bringing his Build a Bear dog that is wearing Jedi clothes with too. I know that is a lot in the backpack, but heck, I am a Cub Scout Den Leader and I am used to hauling stuff, lol. - suzisk83.3 #20700 3-14-13 11:21PMLike Reply
I am new! I haven't been to Disneyland in 19 yrs. I can't wait. We will be down there on Monday! It will be my 9 yr old son's first time. Our family will be wearing cool Star Wars/Disney mash up shirts. Lots of memories for me, can't wait to share them with my boy. Former NorCal now in Northern Nevada. - suzisk83.3 #20700 3-13-13 10:05AMLike(1) Reply
My daughter has a sensitive scalp so I've always wondered about this. Thanks for the info!
I'm glad I have boys. Just give them rocks and a stick and they're happy. Seriously - Philliprocks306.6 #590 3-11-13 5:57PMLike(5) Reply
Probably depends on the child, too. We didn't have a problem with that plastic shield. The tiaras do get heavy and annoying to wear, too. We just took the tiara off. Actually, she had two of them on! The Merida one, plus a small generic one behind that. So we removed the Merida one after a little while. She was good after that, but definitely wanted her hair down before we went for dinner that night. Which was fine. It isn't always comfortable to be a beautiful princess! But gosh darn, somebody's got to do it! - meridafan1099.7 #74 4-25-13 10:45AMLike(1) Reply
I wondered if the dresses in the boutique are the same ones u can get at Disney store? - bckygnzlz058.9 #7319 4-25-13 10:12AMLike Reply
Thank you so much for the review! I want my 5yr old to do this but I'm not thrilled with the hairstyle choices. I know she won't like the tight bun thing and I don't think she will like that clip with the hair on it. I wish they would just curl their own hair. - KyandGaMom164.4 #2133 4-25-13 10:20AMLike Reply
I proposed at the entrance of disneyland railroad because it was the first place my girl in I took our first disney photo together.. I thought it was a special place with meaning - Disneyfever80147.9 #2363 3-9-13 12:51PMLike Reply
What about court of angels and maybe tip off one of the artists for a silhouette or a caricature. Oh and then a band comes in. - DarthSkellington5.6 #9856 3-9-13 1:39PMLike Reply