I have been coming to Disneyland since I was 3 years old. It’s a one hour flight, I’m lucky to so close 🙂
It’s difficult taking a disabled child to Disneyland, especially since they still make you wait in line, regardless of the fact that my son is cognitive disabled (retarded). Really, you think you are going to cut in line in front of me and my son!?! Mistake number one!!! I probably fought off close to 10 people cutting in front of me, at the airport too. DO NOT MESS WITH THIS MOTHER BEAR!! I promise you, you will regret it. What is wrong with people?
I didn’t want Johnny to catch wind of any problems. My parents and I stayed happy and smiling regardless. Of course there’s the exception, we met a couple of very compassionate individuals and several nice families.
Overall, it’s been a great trip. Everyone, especially children, should experience Disney at least once! Paris, Orlando, Tokyo, Hong Kong…..do it! If you have any Disney questions, I am very happy to answer!!
Flying home tomorrow morning. I promise to get back to my regular postings tomorrow evening 🙂
Life is good, go to DISNEYLAND
Audrey (and Johnny)
4 thoughts on “Johnny at Disneyland”
This post really makes me want to take my kids to Disneyland! I would love to go to Orlando but probably Paris is the most realistic option for us. Sounds like you had a lovely time despite the rudeness and ignorance of some people. Makes me so sad when people behave like that. X
I have been to Orlando and Paris. Paris, in my opinion, is the better choice. It’s less than $80 U.S. dollars for a one day hopper pass. If you’re ever in London, there is a direct Eurostar train that takes you directly to Disney-Paris. I’m sure you and your whole family would love it 🙂
What great pictures. I haven’t been since I was a kid but would love to go again.
Thanks! Yes, you should go. I have even more fun as an adult, than when I was a kid!