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Disneyland
Disneyland Reviews

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What more can I say? It’s the Happiest Place on Earth! I have been here more than 10 times and I’ve never even had an annual pass! I still haven’t been to California Adventures yet so I will check it out one of these days.

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Disneyland Holiday Celebration
Disneyland Holiday Celebration Reviews

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Everyone loves Disneyland, it's the happiest place on earth! What more can I say

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Frontierland
Frontierland Reviews

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One of my favorite areas of Disneyland. They have great rides here and fun to roam around!

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Sleeping Beauty Castle
Sleeping Beauty Castle Reviews

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Not the biggest Disney castle but it’s the original and it’s beautiful. Great for photo opps.

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Angel Stadium
Angel Stadium Reviews

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Come catch a ball game at the LA Angels of Anaheim stadium. Fun for the whole family.

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Downtown Disney District
Downtown Disney District Reviews

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Lots of construction right now and changes happening. Rainforest Cafe was closed last time I was there. Otherwise, pretty cute. Lots of dining and shopping. Close to main Disney hotels.

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Disney's California Adventure Park
Disney's California Adventure Park Reviews

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Not as big as Disneyland and more oriented toward Pixar & Marvel now. A lot of the classic attractions are gone - Tower of Terror, Muppets, Tough to be a Bug, etc - so that lowers my rating a bit. Pixar Pier just opened and is pretty fun. Definitely crowded but the autumn season & winter seasons are less so, outside of holidays.

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Knott's Berry Farm
Knott's Berry Farm Reviews

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Best amusement park for toddlers and families. Plenty to do at an affordable price. A Southern California classic.

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Anaheim Packing District
Anaheim Packing District Reviews

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Super fun location. It feels hip and cool and has lots of interesting food options from Indian food to poutine to make your own ice cream sandwiches. Lots of unique and instagramable food and shops. While a little pricey it is a fun place to walk around and see everything they have.

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Emerald Bay Beach
Emerald Bay Beach Reviews

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Private beach between Laguna and Irvine Cove. It's a nice little bay that's particularly packed with Emerald Bay residents on sunny summer holidays (and requires at least knowing a resident to enter -- though good luck on those crowded summer holidays; even residents have a guest limit then). ** As Mark has pointed out, the beach isn't technically private, though the rules for entering (on land) apply, you can swim/paddleboard/boat up to the beach without (generally) restriction!

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