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Disneyland Magical moments are when a cast member at  Disneyland decides to do something special for you. I was given a special pass yesterday and that was my magical moment, maybe you’ll get something. There is a story going around online about how to get free pickles. Not true this was one time it happened and it was a cast member creating a magical moment. So be careful what you read because it might of just been a magical moment for that one person. Maybe if your lucky the next time your a Disneyland a Magical moment will happen for you.

Disneyland Magical moments are when a cast member at  Disneyland decides to do something special for you. I was given a special pass yesterday and that was my magical moment, maybe you’ll get something. There is a story going around online about how to get free pickles. Not true this was one time it happened and it was a cast member creating a magical moment. So be careful what you read because it might of just been a magical moment for that one person. Maybe if your lucky the next time your a Disneyland a Magical moment will happen for you.

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Anonymous asked: Barely anything on ur channel is disney. U need more things and better quality pictures

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Take a treat and eat it in the lobby of the disneyland animation building

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I got a free hat

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Cast member gave me a no strings attached pass for sourin over California (it means I get to cut the line)

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Pick up your copy of the buena vista bugle

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Its too pretty to eat. Happy Easter to me

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Its too pretty to eat. Happy Easter to me

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You can use Starbucks gift cards at fiddler fife and practical cafe you can even get the Disneyland stuff with it!

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Disneyland Starbucks

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ellaclix asked: Hi! I would like to thank you for this wonderful blog! I love Disney and Disneyland, and I often fangirl over your posts. Magical Memory: following you <3 cheers

OM Gosh thank you!!! This made my day! You are wonderful

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disneylandguru:

At the attraction in Disneyland, the room is, in fact, two elevators with no ceilings that are being lowered slowly to give the illusion that the room itself is stretching; this brings the guests down to loading area, below ground level. The ceiling above is a piece of fabric called a scrim, which conceals the hanging body until it is lit from above. This elevator effect was necessary to lower the guests below the level of the park-circling railroad at Disneyland. The actual ride building of this attraction is located outside of the berm surrounding the park, and the Disney Imagineers developed this mechanism to lower the guests to the gallery leading to the actual ride building.

This stretching room effect is duplicated at the three Mansions at other Disney theme parks, but only one of these requires guests being moved beyond the railroad tracks. The Walt Disney World and Tokyo Disneyland attractions have stretching rooms with ascending ceilings, rather than descending floors. Only Phantom Manor at Disneyland Paris uses the same descending floor as Disneyland, to transport guests toward the structure containing the major portion of the ride

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disneylandguru:

While you are waiting in this long lined classic Fantasyland attraction try to see if you can hear the voices of Wendy, Michael, and John playing in the upstairs nursery from outside Peter Pan’s Flight.

disneylandguru:

While you are waiting in this long lined classic Fantasyland attraction try to see if you can hear the voices of Wendy, Michael, and John playing in the upstairs nursery from outside Peter Pan’s Flight.

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disneylandguru:

The lobby of the Disney Animation building is filled with enormous video screens showing live film clips as well as photos, sketches and animation cells of all the beloved Disney classics.

The multimedia show is presented in the 40,000 ft. lobby, which won a 2002 Thea award by the Themed Entertainment Society for best new attraction.

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disneylandguru:

at Disneyland is the Fire House, a must see for any true Disney fan. Inside, the location is dressed with props and details that tell the story of an early-1900s fire department. Front and center is an authentic hose and chemical wagon of the period, the very same Horse-Drawn Fire Wagon that carried Guests up and down Main Street back in the ’50s. It’s been out of service since 196o, but was restored and put on display here in the mid-’80s.

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