Mark Twain's Helpful Hints for Good Living .. is hilarious.. I recommend this book if your feeling down and want to have a good laugh.. maybe ill just go to Tom Sawyer island and read it there for kicks.. heres a funny one..
Added by Tony Santos on November 19, 2010 at 3:38pm —
Okay, Last time I was at Disneyland (7 years ago! sigh) There was a guy, Adam, heading up the Jungle Cruise queue. We had just left the Christmas show thingie (with lots of "snow" that was really soap falling from the sky) so I had soap on my jacket and it left a scum mark. So I said, "Aw, man, stupid soap scum!" And Adam (he was hot, by the way) he went, "You mean SNOW scum?" My family just about died laughing.
Another time, the same night, we went on three rides in a row- Alice in… Continue
Added by Rinean on December 3, 2009 at 1:31pm —
If I could change any attraction's queue, I think I would change Storybook Land's queue. If there were room i would make it an indoor queue with portraits of Disney characters that are featured on the ride. I would also have Disney music played in the queue.
What do you think?
Added by Oscar Vega on October 25, 2009 at 5:38pm —
I think the new promotion "Give a day, Get a Disney day" is fantastic! What a great way to get people involved in the community and a ticket for the park?! That is an awesome reward!!! And guess what... CMs can participate too which I think is fabulous! I'm really excited to get involved at some point, and to hear my guests' stories about their volunteerism. Never has it been so rewarding! ;D O and to wear my pin on my costume. Yeah I'm definitely getting involved in this (:
Added by Kristy in Wonderland on October 13, 2009 at 11:15am —
I like going anytime the crowds aren't heavy! We discovered how wonderful WDW can be right after Labor Day so the past few years, we've gone in September. I'm also not a big fan of the heat so I actually prefer October/November. I do really like the Halloween party and Christmas festivities so anytime I can go to experience that is a plus!! This year we are going for Christmas so that should be interesting. It always makes the holidays feel a little extra magical!
Added by Kristin on October 10, 2009 at 7:32pm —
While I love spending every waking moment there no matter what time of year it is, I have two all time favorite times to vist. First, Christmas time. I can't think of anything more magical than the Sleeping Beauty Castle covered in lights, All the beautiful holiday decorations, strolling down Main St. with a Hot Cocoa or some Apple Cider just looking at the huge Christmas tree or drooling over the perfection of the Castle. Hearing the Christmas music or watching the incredible parade. There is… Continue
Added by Tink on October 9, 2009 at 11:35am —
Well this is a simple answer for me. I love off season. to be exact my favorite time to visit the parks is the first couple weeks of January. those that know Disney world know that the parks are dead! I started my first internship with Disney in Jan. and had a blast exploring the 4 parks with the days off I had. I even recall this ass being the first time i went on Dinosuars in Animal kingdom, I was completly alone on the ride. some fun Cast members decided to seat me in just the right place to… Continue
Added by The Current Mouse on October 6, 2009 at 3:58pm —
Hmm. Well with me, thats just about anytime of year. I love the changing seasons at the park. They are all truly something to behold. Whether it be Christmas Time with all the lights and just the smell of the holiday's floating around in the air. Or in the summer when you can be standing in the line for Peter Pan and drum up a conversation with the person in front of you talking about how dang hot it is! HA! Any season, any time at all, Disneyland is beautiful and timeless all throughout the… Continue
Added by Lucie on October 6, 2009 at 12:24am —
There is no better time to visit Disneyland Resort than Christmas. It is already magical time of year on its own. But when you add the Magic of Disney to it, there is nothing like it. I love to go from land to land and see all the different decorations. My favorite of all being New Orleans Square. The colors, the size of the decorations and how over the top glamorous it is just takes my breath away. I cant get over how different The Haunted Mansion looks! Its just... wow. And of course It's a… Continue
Added by Ashley In Wonderland on September 29, 2009 at 4:59am —
Once we discovered how quiet September is, that became my favorite time to go to WDW. It can still be hot, but without the crowds, you can really take time to enjoy all the parks and ride pretty much everything. The past 3 years while there in Sept, I've also gotten to go to MNSSHP which I LOVE! My next favorite time has to be around the Christmas holidays! I just love all the decorations and how happy people are feeling, it is magical! Other than special times of year, I just try to avoid the… Continue
Added by Kristin on September 24, 2009 at 12:56pm —
This is a tough question for me. I love food haha. I guess if it was just one thing, I'd say a Dole Whip. I've been craving one the last few weeks. They are delicious. I'm trying to think of something else with more substance that I'd want more and not coming up with anything.
OH! The sandwich wraps at Tangerine Cafe in EPCOT are delicious. The other day I was craving the couscous that comes with them as a side. These 9 weeks can't pass fast enough!
Added by Manda on September 17, 2009 at 10:45am —
So tough but I have to go with the Dole Pineapple Whip!!! This is the only other place to get it other than Hawaii!
Added by Kristin on September 17, 2009 at 9:46am —
I'm not sure what they should do with the Marvel characters...I think doing anything with them would take the "Disney" out of the parks, so to speak. Maybe it'd be best if they just left the Marvel characters to their own, current, devices (like comics, animated series, etc).
Added by piratescribe on September 8, 2009 at 10:49pm —
True, the food is not the highest quality one can find on Disney property (Club 55, anyone?), but when it comes to deciding on a lunch or dinner that will appease the entire group (at WDW's Magic Kingdom, that is), I cannot think of a better choice. The menu is large enough to offer many choices, obviously, one receives ordered sustenance rather quickly and meals for the whole fam won't break the bank.
I must also mention the free "live" entertainment. The puns are awful and the… Continue
Added by amyface23 on August 27, 2009 at 12:00am —
I have only been to a few so in this Journal Theme entry I will write what is my favorite establishment is and also where I would like to chow down! lol. So lets see...Ive been to Ohana, Garden Grill, Tokyo Dinning, Beirgarden, Liberty Tree, Hoopie-doo-review, The Coral Reef, Olivia's, Chef Mickeys, Jinkos, the Norway restaurant (before the princesses), 9 Dragons..and I think that's it so, out of these Id say I love eating at uh....well....I enjoy the buffet from Beirgarden very good German… Continue
Added by The Madd Butler on August 25, 2009 at 10:31am —
My favorite restaurant, so far in the Disneyland Resort, is found in Frontier Land, Rancho del Zocalo. I'm a huge fan of Mexican food, no wonder I'm from San Diego. The ambiance of the outdoor seating is fantastic. I suggest going in the evening with a loved one and enjoying the paper laterns. There's also outdoor heaters if you need to keep warm and toasty.
The menu is simple and the cost is no more pricey than any other service counter restaurant, it may be a few dollars more but… Continue
Added by Lauren on August 24, 2009 at 1:12pm —
I think I would like a land in Animal Kingdom called King Arthur's Kingdom. There I would love to see some Sword In The Stone attractions. Maybe a dualing coaster called The Wizard's Duel... an indoor coaster with magical special effects, kind of in the line of Rock 'N Roller Coaster. I could see having the decaying castle from the movie maybe on the horizon of the land. This could also feature fantasy animals like dragons, and all the things that Merlin and young Arthur turned into, done in… Continue
Added by Rick Reed-DJTechnoid on August 10, 2009 at 6:47am —
I'm split between two ideas. The first is one that was abandoned by imagineers, but I think would be amazing. When Animal Kingdom was supposed to be built, there was going to be a land where Fantasy and Mythological creatures such as dragons existed. For one reason or another, it was abandoned. I wish they would bring that back. There could be a dragon themed roller coaster, maybe having to do with myths about dragon slaying.
Another idea would be to expand Pixar Place into a whole land in… Continue
Added by DisneyGal83 on August 2, 2009 at 12:00pm —
If I had to chose one attraction to have in my backyard, it would be Pirates of the Carribean. I love the atmosphere of that ride. You start getting sucked into it as soon as you enter the building, winding through the corridors and finally getting to the docks, only to get into boats and be transported back in time. It's one of those attractions that is always a must for me to go on when I am at the Magic Kingdom. It is always fun seeing the reactions of those that are new to the ride, so I… Continue
Added by Eric Trevail on July 28, 2009 at 4:59pm —
when i was 5 i wished to have Pirates of the Caribbean in my backyard and invite everyone to ride it.
but now thats changed i would have the Indiana Jones Adventure in my backyard and whenever somebody wanted to ride they could just come on over.
I Know you all thought The Haunted Mansion
Added by Master Gracey on July 27, 2009 at 3:24pm —