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Disneyland, the land of returning to your youth. A Disneyland Vacation is a must for everyone. A Magical Kingdom of sorts with something for everyone in the family.

“I think what I want Disneyland to be most of all is a happy place, a place where adults and children can experience together some of the wonders of life, of adventure, and feel better because of it.” — Walt Disney


Disneyland is the original Disney theme park which opened in July 1955. While the park has changed much since it first opened so long ago, there are still many favorite classic attractions, such as the Disneyland Railroad and others.Today, Disneyland offers close to 60 attractions, the most number of attractions for a Disney theme park. Despite competition from other Disney parks, it is still the favorite among both adults and kids.

Main Street, USA

Main Street Railroad Depot

Main Street Railroad Depot

  • Disneyland Railroad (A train ride that takes you around Disneyland and stops at 4 stations, great for sightseeing.)
  • Main Street Cinema (A theater-like attraction that shows the first 6 Mickey Mouse cartoons.)
  • Main Street Vehicles
    • Fire Engine (transportation)
    • Horse-Drawn Streetcars (transportation)
    • Horseless Carriage (transportation)
    • Omnibus (transportation)
  • Disneyland: The First Magical 50 Years (An exhibit that shows how Disneyland has changed in 50 years since its opening.)

New Orleans Square

  • Disneyland Railroad (The Disneyland Railroad has a station in New Orleans Square.)
  • Haunted Mansion (A scary dark ride that is based on a horror story in 18th Century New Orleans.)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean (An indoor boat ride through caverns and a burning village.)
  • Fantasmic! (A nighttime show with wonderful special effects. Does not run every night off-season.)
  • Rafts to Pirate’s Island (Tom Sawyer’s Island re-imagined with a pirate theme.)


  • Alice in Wonderland (A dark ride that goes through the film’s storyline.)
  • Casey Jr. Circus Train (A train ride that goes around the exterior of Storybook Land Canal Boats.)
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant (A spin ride on which one rides on “Dumbos”.)
  • Disney Princess Fantasy Faire (Where visitors can meet all of the Disney princesses.)
  • “It’s a Small World” (An indoor boat ride that introduces visitors to singing children from all over the globe.)
  • King Arthur Carrousel (A classic carousel ride.)
  • Mad Tea Party (A spin ride on which one spins on models of tea cups.)
  • Matterhorn Bobsleds (A bobsled inspired ride that is based on the Matterhorn in Switzerland – note that for this ride there are two different tracks so ride both!.)
  • Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride (A dark ride that goes through the scenes of the movie The Wind in the Willows.)
  • Peter Pan’s Flight (A dark ride based on the movie.)
  • Pinocchio’s Daring Journey (A dark ride based on the story.)
  • Snow White’s Scary Adventures (A dark ride that is based on the story.)
  • Storybook Land Canal Boats (A boat ride that goes through miniature scenes of famous Disney stories.)

Mickey’s Toontown

  • Chip ‘n Dale Treehouse (A walkthrough for kids based on the living quarters of Chip ‘n Dale.)
  • Disneyland Railroad (The Disneyland Railroad has a station in Mickey’s Toontown.)
  • Donald’s Boat (A walkthrough that is based on Donald Duck’s home.)
  • Gadget’s Go Coaster (A rollercoaster, expectant mothers should not ride.)
  • Goofy’s Bounce House (A bouncey house that is based on Goofy’s home.)
  • Mickey’s House and Meet Mickey (A walkthrough based on Mickey Mouse’s house and where one can meet Mickey Mouse himself.)
  • Minnie’s House (A walkthrough based on Minnie Mouse’s house, Minnie appears out front quite often.)
  • Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin (A dark spin ride based on the movie, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?)


  • Enchanted Tiki Room (An Audio-Animatronics show that features singing birds, flowers, and various tiki figures; in the lanai out front you will also see tiki gods and goddesses.)
  • Indiana Jones Adventure (A dark thrill ride based on the Indiana Jones series.)
  • Jungle Cruise (A boat ride that goes through sights of isolated jungles of Asia, Africa, and South America.)
  • Tarzan’s Treehouse (A walkthrough that is based on the treehouse in Tarzan.)


  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad (A mine train-themed rollercoaster.)
  • Tom Sawyer Island (A large play area that is based on the Tom Sawyer stories.)
  • Frontierland Shootin’ Exposition (A shooting gallery arcade, one round costs $0.50.)
  • Mark Twain Riverboat (A full-sized riverboat sailing around the “Rivers of America.”)
  • Rafts to Tom Sawyer Island (Rafts to access Tom Sawyer Island.)
  • Sailing Ship Columbia (A pirate ship themed boat sailing around the “Rivers of America.”)
  • Big Thunder Ranch (A petting zoo.)
  • The Golden Horseshoe Stage (A performance venue.)

Critter Country

  • Splash Mountain (A log flume water ride)
  • Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes (A canoe ride in which visitors paddle around the “Rivers of America.”)
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (A dark ride that is based on the stories of Winnie the Pooh.)


  • Astro Orbitor (A spin ride)
  • Autopia (A driving course. While many might think this to be a children’s ride, there is a height requirement, as crashing may occur.)
  • Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters (A dark ride that is a game similar to laser tag, only riders need to shoot the Z’s along the way.)
  • Disneyland Monorail (The first monorail built in the West connects Disneyland to Downtown Disney.)
  • Disneyland Railroad (The Disneyland Railroad has a station in Tomorrowland.)
  • Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage (you can see Nemo and his friend from the Pixar film “Finding Nemo”)
  • “Honey, I Shrunk the Audience” (A 3D show)
  • Innoventions (A walk through museum featuring the latest technology.)
  • Space Mountain (A dark rollercoaster)
  • Starcade (An arcade, the fee to play the games is 5 tokens for $1.)
  • Star Tours (A Star Wars-themed flight simulator)

Shows and Parades

Fantasmic is an evening live action show that takes place on the Rivers of America. It is a wonderful show with many of the Disney characters, animation on a screen made of jets of water, and fireworks. It can be too intense for very young children, but for all others it is a very enjoyable. Daily, there are two parades along the route between Main Street, U.S.A. and “it’s a small world.” At 9:25PM nightly, Disneyland puts on its famous fireworks show. There are many other shows at Disneyland as well.

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Traveling to South Florida

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Major cities in South Florida are:

  • Boca Raton – Outstanding landscaping, parks and beaches.
  • West Palm Beach – sub-tropical waterfront location, vibrant downtown for shopping, exciting dining experiences.
  • Fort Lauderdale Hollywood Beach,Deep Sea diving, Butterfly World, Thoroughbred racing.
  • Fort Myers- Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel and the exotic beaches of Captiva Islands.
  • Hollywood – Seminole Indian reservation
  • Key West – Charter saltwater deep sea fishing, kayak, SCUBA diving and snorkeling.
  • Miami – Boating, Watersports, Glass Bottom boats, Deep Sea Diving, cruising.
  • Naples- Enjoy the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, world class shopping, golf courses and the nearby untamed tropical wilderness of The Everglades.
  • Port Charlotte Hurricane Charley on August 13, 2004 hit this area badly.20,000 roofs needed repairs, and businesses moved into trailers. However this area is on the way to a complete recovery.
  • Sarasota – Casey Key, Longboat Key, Lido Key, Siesta Key, Venice, Manasota Key,Ringling Brothers Circus Museum
  • Vero Beach- Disney’s Vero Beach resort community with priorities on art, education, culture and lifestyles.
  • Palm Beach- The Island of Palm Beach offers pristine beaches with glistening views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Must See Destinations in South Florida are:

  • Marco Island, Captiva Island, and Sanibel Island in Southwest Florida.
  • Sebring International Raceway in Sebring.
  • Coral Castle in Homestead –An odd complex of stone structures, built with enormously heavy stones, and allegedly by one man, without the help of modern equipment.
  • Fakahatchee Strand State Park -The wild orchids.
  • Miami Seaquarium aquarium located on Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay in the city of Miami with a pair of local Manatees.
  • Lincoln Road in Miami – a popular pedestrian mall lined with shops, sidewalk cafes, bars and galleries.
  • City of Miami Cemetery is a historic cemetery in Miami.
  • Florida Lighthouses are numerous and beautiful in South Florida, take some time to visit these iconic images of the coast.

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Passport Regulations

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  • All persons traveling by air outside of the United States are required to present a passport or other valid travel document to enter or re-enter the United States.


The following summarizes information available on the Department of Homeland Security’s website.

    All U.S. citizens must show proof of identity and proof of U.S. citizenship when entering the United States from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and the countries of the Caribbean by land or sea.Acceptable documents include: U.S. Passport Book, U.S. Passport Card, or other document approved by the Department of Homeland Security.

    U.S. citizens who do not have a single document verifying identity and citizenship must present both an identification and citizenship document; for example, a driver’s license and a copy of a birth certificate or naturalization certificate.

  • LATER:
    On June 1, 2009, the U.S. government will implement the full requirements of the land and sea phase of WHTI. The proposed rules require most U.S. citizens entering the United States at sea or land ports of entry to have a passport, passport card, or other travel document approved by the Department of Homeland Security.

    • CHILDREN: U.S. citizen children under the age of 16 will be able to present the original or copy of their birth certificate, or other proof of U.S. citizenship such as a naturalization certificate or citizenship card.Groups of U.S. citizen children ages 16 through 18, when traveling with a school or religious group, social organization, or sports team, will be able to enter under adult supervision with originals or copies of their birth certificates or other proof of citizenship. See the Department of Homeland Security’s for more information on the changing travel requirements.


  • U.S. Passport: U.S. citizens may present a valid U.S. passport when traveling via air, land or sea between the U.S. and the aforementioned Western Hemisphere countries.
  • The U.S. Passport Card: We began production of the U.S. Passport Card on July 14, 2008.  The passport card is only valid for re-entry into the United States at land border crossings and sea ports-of-entry from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean region, and Bermuda.
  • WHTI-Compliant Travel Documents for U.S. citizen travel via land or sea, as of January 31, 2008:
    • Trusted Traveler Cards (NEXUS, SENTRI, or FAST)
    • State Issued Enhanced Driver’s License (when available)
    • Enhanced Tribal Cards (when available)
    • U.S. Military Identification with Military Travel Orders
    • U.S. Merchant Mariner Document when traveling in conjunction with official maritime business
    • Native American Tribal Photo Identification Card
    • Form I-872 American Indian Card

For further information see U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s website Ready, Set…Go!


The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative is a result of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (IRTPA), requiring all travelers to present a passport or other document that denotes identity and citizenship when entering the U.S.

The goal of the initiative is to strengthen U.S. border security while facilitating entry for U.S. citizens and legitimate foreign visitors by providing standardized documentation that enables the Department of Homeland Security to quickly and reliably identify a traveler.

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Taken from Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative.

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