Learning to love Disneyland again
Hotel packages and complimentary kids’ meals make it more affordable
ANAHEIM, Calif. – As we walked across the broad, brick-paved plaza, a burst of music swelled, the strings rising to cinematic heights amid a pounding of kettle drums. A man in a crisp white shirt waved and beamed. Perfectly manicured flowers swayed in the breeze.
It felt, for a moment, that we had accomplished something greater than simply walking out the gates at Disneyland in Southern California.
But that is the trick of Disneyland, I learned after a recent trip to the “Happiest Place on Earth” with my family – to make even the mundane seem worthy of a personal parade.
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