Jumping the Gun!

Discussion in 'Welcome to the DIS' started by LLLRH, Mar 21, 2006.

  1. LLLRH

    LLLRH Mouseketeer

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    First of all I just want to say this board is awesome! I live in Southern California and I love Disneyland. Matter of fact I was just there last Monday and it was so much fun. Ok...Now my question. I have a DD that going to be a year next month. I would really like to take her to WDW when she's 3, 4 or 5 years old. Maybe I'm jumping the gun but I want to start saving up for that trip. How much would I need to save for a trip like that? I think I would like to stay at a resort hotel maybe the Polynesian. I would really like this to be a first class trip something that we would remember forever. Any suggestions?

    Thanks! :)
     
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  3. byoung

    byoung <font color=coral>You are keeping us alive<br><br>

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    5,000 to 7,000. Welcome to the DIS.
     
  4. la79al

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    Wait til she is at least 4 1/2 if you want her to remember any of it. They are still plenty excited at 4. Mine threw up.
     
  5. LLLRH

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    Thanks for the responses! 4 1/2 sounds like a good age! I might have another baby by then though which might delay our plans. Thanks again
     
  6. First-timer

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    how is disneyland compared to disneyworld??? i just got back from WDW 2 weeks ago and i loved it.... my dh has an uncle that lives near disneyland and wants us to come see him..... i was just wondering the differences....i know that disneyland doesnt have as many threads as WDW does.... vicki
     
  7. LLLRH

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    Unfortunately I've never been to WDW so I can't compare. I think it would be worth coming to visit especially if don't have to pay for a hotel. In the beginning...geez I sound old--It was just Disneyland nothing else. Now we have Downtown Disney and California Adventure. So there's a lot more to see and it will take you more than one day. I'm sure it still doesn't compare to WDW though but it still is a lot of fun. We went for my friends son's birthday and we did a character breakfast at Goofy's Kitchen and then we went to the park. We didn't finish the park we never got to tomorrowland. I was sore for a week!
     
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    thanks for your opinion...... ill have to check it out.... vicki
     

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