Disneyland Things To Do - How Families Can Make the Most of a Single Day at Disneyland

By JeanPierre Prieur

While many people believe that it takes a family at least a week to fully enjoy Disneyland, with advanced planning there are ways to experience all the park has to offer in one day.

A family trip to Disneyland is no small matter especially when traveling to get to the attraction. These trips are generally planned well in advanced and saved for, so when the time arrives the expectations are high. Some families come to the area not just to see Disneyland however but to visit many of the other attractions in the Anaheim area, in which case they may have scheduled only one day to visit Disneyland.

Hotels Near Disneyland
The first order of business is to choose a hotel. Luckily there are numerous websites that allow you to put in various criteria when searching for lodgings. Many hotels in the area provide discount prices on ticket packages which you can individualize based on which attractions you plan to tour. Enter the search term "hotels near Disneyland and other major attractions" into your browser and you will be provided with links to a variety of hotels which provide different amenities in different price ranges.

One Day? What Were We Thinking?
Upon arriving at the theme park, aware of the clock ticking down, the frenetic factor often take over. This is when parent who are intent on getting their money's worth rush kids from ride to ride often paying little attention to what's age appropriate.

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Walt Disney and His Dreamland - The Origin of Disneyland

By David Sandler

"Let your children play", a random line from Jim Morrison's popular track, hit my mind as I sat down to write about Disneyland located in Anaheim, CA. A dreamland for every kid, Disneyland has tons of treats to refresh your mind that offer an everlasting memory for a lifetime. If you are stuck in a routine life and you are desperate for joy and adventure, Disneyland might be the ultimate solution. It is one among the most happening places where parents and children can have fun together.

The vision of Walt Disney
"Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world."

- Walter E. Disney, July 17, 1955
Disneyland Park, which first opened to the public on July 17, 1955, is the one and only theme park built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. The initial concept of Disneyland emerged in his mind when he was visiting Griffith Park in Los Angeles with his two daughters.

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