Thanks! Your trip report made me want to go back to WDW!All of these Disneyland reports are making me super jealous!! Loved seeing the Christmas decorations and how they compare to WDW. Thanks for sharing your trip with us and I can't wait to read about your next one!
I'm glad you are enjoying the trip report. Disneyland is great anytime of year. They do decorate for Halloween too, while I haven't seen it in person it looks cute in pictures. Christmas is my favorite holiday though so I do vote for that! I think the Christmas decorations go up near the beginning of November, I think their Christmas activities started around the 9th of November in 2018.I am so glad I found your TR! DH & I are planning our first trip to DL next year (well, I was there for one day when I was a teenager, but really don't remember much so I'm not counting it). We were thinking about the week after Labor Day, but all of your pictures make me think we should go while the Christmas decorations are up just in case we don't make it back. Do they put up the decorations around the beginning of November like at WDW?
So worth not having to sit for hours for a spot!Update for March....World of Color will be back for our trip! We usually do the Carthay dining package for this show but this time we decided to do the World of Color dessert party. The desserts, so I've heard, are just ho-hum but both of us are looking forward to having a reserved table and chairs meaning we won't have to show ups early to get a decent spot. Even with a dining package we liked to show up early to get a good spot.
Oooo, Hawaii sounds fun. I went before Aulani was open, although our plan flew over it while it was being built so I guess I have "seen" it. DL doesn't require a ton of planning which is kind of nice, but it is fun to read about it.Awesome, thank you! DH & I have both been so busy with work, by the time we get home we just make dinner and veg out until bedtime so we haven't even done much planning for Hawaii this year, and definitely haven't talked about DL. I have started reading the DL Unofficial Guide though
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We still have one at home that we haven't eaten yet. They are good, but honestly they look better than they taste. I would rather eat a Reese's. But it is a unique treat to have. I don't have a picture of it but Disneyland has a chocolate covered peanut butter sandwich (basically a peanut butter filled graham cracker sandwich coated in chocolate) and it is SOOOO good. We usually buy a couple to bring home too. Actually we usually end up with a lot of Disneyland treats in our suitcase but not so much when we go to WDW. Hmmmm.....Omg... I LOVE Reese's... so I probably would have died and gone to heaven eating that egg... Excited to see the rest of your trip!