On July 17, 1955, Walt Disney dropped the ropes and welcomed guests of all ages to his dream park in Anaheim, CA. I had the amazing privilege to attend a Travel Agent on-site training the week before Christmas at Disneyland Resort and it was beyond a dream come true. I am going to share with you my dream trip to Disneyland!
As I said before, I have been a Disney girl from a very young age, so this opportunity could not be passed up. Since the training began Monday, my amazing Disney Dad said go a day early. OK!
I was able to capture some amazing shots of not only the parks, but also the amazing resorts.
Night One: Paradise Pier
After checking in to my resort, I immediately went to my room to drop off my items, put on my Mickey Ears from Muffin Noodle Designs, and headed to California Adventure Park. I could not wait to see Cars Land, Pixar Pier and experience some of the rides only found at Disneyland Resort.
As I strolled down Buena Vista Street and took in all that was around me, I could not help but get a little emotional. On the one hand, I was sad that my family was not there to experience it with me but on the other I was about to learn all there was to know about this awesome place and explore Disneyland, the original park.
I had dinner at Lamplight Lounge that night at Pixar Pier and enjoyed some amazing Lobster Nachos. You must try this!
After dinner, I enjoyed Incredicoaster, and even got to meet Edna Mode! She was fabulous darling!
After that, my travel day and the excitement of walking through the parks caught up to me so I had to return to my resort. I knew the first day of training would be a long day so I wanted to be rested.
Until next time friends! Stay tuned for details of the rest of my trip!
The Traveling Fairy Godmother