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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 »

What’s New at the Disneyland Resort – Disney’s 2011 lineup promises both undersea and interstellar adventures, as well as a Soundsational parade.

Disney imagineers and crew are busy adding the finishing touches to several fantastic experiences scheduled to debut in early summer at the Disneyland Resort. Here’s a quick look at what 2011 has in store. read more »

A Disneyland Christmas – Transformed for the season, the Happiest Place on Earth offers a dazzling holiday escape

Two years ago, on Christmas morning, my husband and I surprised our then 9-year-old niece and 7-year-old nephew with a trip to Disneyland. After a moment of initial shock, the kids went absolutely nuts. Their ecstatic, over-the-moon reaction told us we’d just nailed the award for “best aunt and uncle — ever!” And in terms of holiday getaways, our Disneyland Christmas adventure was one of our best vacations ever. read more »

Have apps, will travel

Let these budget-boosting travel apps hone your sightseeing, pinpoint delicious eats, even reduce your line time at Disneyland. read more »

A Hollywood-style Halloween

Hollywood’s flair for storytelling, special effects and theatrics — not to mention the ubiquitous stream of superheroes and silver screen legends vamping, posturing and posing for photos near Grauman’s Chinese Theatre — make it seem as though Tinseltown is celebrating Halloween year-round. But, in October, Hollywood and Southern California’s already high bar for showmanship shifts firmly into overdrive. read more »

With the Kids Back in School, Disneyland Offers More Room to Play

September and October are the perfect months to trip on down to Disneyland to enjoy beloved attractions and discover new ones at bargain prices. Come fall, Southern California’s sun is less intense, lines are shorter, and hotels often offer discount rates. read more »

Head to the San Diego Zoo and Gaslamp Quarter for Fall Fun

Arranging a romantic, memorable day in San Diego is easy. Plan to spend the morning at the San Diego Zoo, one of Southern California’s most popular attractions, followed the late afternoon and evening in the warm glow of the city’s Gaslamp Quarter. read more »

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