- Mar 27, 2006
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Looks like a bunch of us are going to have some great vacations.
That sounds like a great deal. Where are you staying?arriving a few days early and taking a whale watching tour, check out huntington beach and gonna check out the hollywood walk of fame/ Mann Theatre tour. got 2 round trip tix nonstop from Tampa to Lax and hot for 6 days for $525
$525? That is good deal. Who did you book with and where are you staying?arriving a few days early and taking a whale watching tour, check out huntington beach and gonna check out the hollywood walk of fame/ Mann Theatre tour. got 2 round trip tix nonstop from Tampa to Lax and hot for 6 days for $525
There will probably be plenty. One thing to keep in mind is how old school Disneyland is to Disney World. At Disneyland, they still use paper park tickets as well as the paper fastpass system. If you interested in utilizing the fastpass system, do your research. There are some tricks to it.Wonder how many people don't do their research and run in with WDW on the brain and just get confused as heck?!?
Noooooo!!! That is seriously the ride I was most looking forward to. I was 7 years old the last time I was at Disneyland and I didn't get to ride the Matterhorn. I've been looking forward to going back so I could ride it for 41 years!Sadly, the Matterhorn will be closed during Celebration. Boo!
Yep... in addition to Matterhorn there are a few other closures.My daughter kindly pointed out that a few Disney attractions will be closed for Celebration (I think she was enjoying this fact since she'll be home in school). At Disneyland the Matterhorn ride is currently closed and won't open until May. The Peter Pan's Flight ride will also be closed during Celebration. At CA Adventure - Soarin' is closed until May as well. The current list of attractions that are closed is pretty large - I'd be really disappointed if I was there this week. But I think these are the only three that might affect some folks as they make their way to the parks around Celebration.
Hey there, i attended the last bash in Orlando, and i am not a member nor did i know anyone. BUT..still had a blast and met another couple of people from my area so we all hung out that night. It was such an amazing and party filled nite(perhaps one too many Jabba cocktails lol) and it was the "place" to be that week.Not sure if there are any 501st folk here but my wife and I were interested in going to the 501st party but we don't know anyone so will we be out of place or is there stuff to do that it won't feel awkward?