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Exploring and Enjoying Santa Monica

As the second largest city in the United States, the Los Angeles area has a lot to offer visitors. The reality is that you could spend years in L.A. without seeing all that there is to see. From Hollywood to Anaheim and Ventura to Long Beach, the possibilities are endless. Making a weekend trip is even more daunting, especially if it’s your first time to the area. A good strategy is to pick one area to focus on when visiting, rather than trying to do too much. With that in mind, I’ll focus on Santa Monica, which is one of Los Angeles’ more enchanting communities. read more »

Dining in Disneyland Review: The Yule Log

In the spirit of the holidays and, of course, holiday desserts, I couldn't resist re-posting this review of Disneyland's famous Yule Log cake. It's only available only for a limited time around the holidays at the Plaza Inn, so if you're planning a visit to Disneyland in the next few weeks and have anything resembling a sweet tooth, give it a try and let us know how it is! read more »

Club 33: Disneyland’s Best-Kept Secret

It is Disneyland’s most exclusive and expensive restaurant. Yet many people walk right by the inconspicuous entrance without realizing what’s behind it. Discreetly located between the Pirates of the Caribbean exit and The Blue Bayou restaurant, on Royal Street in New Orleans Square, Club 33 is a posh, member’s-only eatery. read more »

Want to enhance your CityPASS experience? There's an app for that.

Whether you’re a loyal iPhone user or you love your Android device, smartphone apps have changed the way we travel. You no longer need to carry around a map, guidebook, bus schedule, and directions to the restaurant you want to try for lunch. You can find all of that, and more, on your phone. read more »

Halloween Magic at the Disneyland Resort

Fall has always been my favorite time to visit the Disneyland Resort in California. The weather’s still good, most kids are back in school (read: smaller crowds, shorter queues), and the parks do Halloween up right. read more »

The Disneyland Resort with school-aged kids: What not to miss (by age)

Some helpful advice on planning your Disneyland family vacation - and what your kids really like. read more »

California’s Royal Summer

After the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka Will and Kate) announced their plans to visit to the Golden State this July, the California Travel and Tourism Commission declared the summer of 2011 to be “The Royal Summer.” To give your California visit a dash of royal cachet and enjoy major savings, check out CityPASS’s California ticket collections. read more »

History of the Magic of Disneyland

Disneyland Resort first opened it’s doors on July 17, 1955. Since then it has continued to grow, and millions have come to discover the “happiest place on Earth” and all it has to offer. The graphic below will take you through the events of Disneyland’s grand opening all the way up to events as recent as the reopening of Star Tours in 2011. Share some of your favorite Disneyland memories in the comments below! read more »

Celebrate a Disney Summer from the Sea to the Stars

What better way to herald the arrival of the summer travel season than with the debut of two much-anticipated ride experiences at the Disneyland Resort. In a Disney double whammy, both The Little Mermaid — Ariel’s Undersea Adventure and Star Tours — The Adventures Continue debuted to enthusiastic guests on June 3. read more »

It's Only Natural! Earth Day Activities From A (Aquariums) to Z (Zoos) Across the U.S.

For over forty years now, Earth Day has inspired people all over the world to take better care of our planet – because it’s not just about us. To this end, CityPASS attractions from coast to coast are showcasing family-friendly Earth Day activities that will entertain us and support our environment and the creatures – from the largest whale in the ocean down to the tiniest creepy crawler – with whom we share it. read more »

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