Then, after a quick walk to the park, we found ourselves in Downtown Disney, an outdoor shopping centre adjacent to Disneyland. From there it is about a ten minute walk to the park gates. Before leaving on our trip I invested $14.99 in a membership to ridemax, which allows you to select which rides you want to visit at Disneyland (or California Adventure or Disney World), and then uses a complex algorithm to calculate the best way to hit all your rides with the least amount of wait time. Even though we were treated to a very slow day at Disneyland, this program was well worth the investment! It gives great tips and tricks for those who are not familiar with the park, as well as little-known FASTPASS loopholes. It was a great stress-reducer, too. All I had to do was look at our plan (conveniently accessible on my iPhone) and I knew where we should head off to next.
scribable. A rush. And then some! Once again, we found ourselves plastered in silly grins throughout this attraction and spent most of the walk back to our car yammering about how great it was. And my little one? She can’t decide if this is her favourite ride after all. It’s tied with Pirates of the Caribbean for first place. Good thing I forced her to come along, eh?