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- proper n. The archetypical theme park, located in Anaheim, California.
- n. A place resembling the Disneyland theme park, often typified by a corporately-designed saccharine cheerfulness.
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- n. an amusement park in Anaheim created in 1955 by Walt Disney
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Only in Disneyland is where you can see Captain EO again! blog comments powered by Disqus
The rest of the boaters emerged on the shores of the undisclosed island, a Summit-converted Bahamian paradise owned and operated by the cruise company that later received the nickname "Disneyland on crack": discussion groups under umbrellas, waterslides, cocktails and beer while swimming in pristine water.
There is a plan to re-create the cave outside in some sort of what I called the Disneyland version.
Americans, not so much — they think they live in Disneyland, and in a wAY, THEY ACTUALLY DO.
This is kinda double dipping Peter as your own site linked to Blue Sky Disney's story a couple days ago about a TRON CG animated project and a whole slew of stuff related to the film in Disneyland and everything else.
We also learned that Disneyland is not remotely equipped for rain.
Just an FYI, it is possible to ride every ride in Disneyland in one day, depending on conditions.
One of the many magical aspects of Disneyland is how they fully embrace the power of celebration.
Yeah, adults aren't allowed to wear costumes in Disneyland unless it's a specific ticketed event, like the Halloween parties they have every year.
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