Disneyland, one of the most magical places. It's not about the tallest roller coaster or the biggest thrill. It's all about the experience. I know it's not as big as Disney World, but I enjoy the history of this park in particular: the first Disney park. I love that you can see where Walt's old apartment was above the fire station. When I come here, I don't worry about trying to fit in all the rides - you just have to soak up the surroundings - there's detail in everything. Let yourself be transported.
On this one day, you forget about your life's routine, your desk job, your troubles - you are given a ticket to become a child again. Remember what that's like? Care free, adventure seeking, curious... You can fly in a pirate ship through the starry night sky over London, go on a cruise through the jungle, escape fiery pits with Indiana Jones, ride through underground caves where lie treasure maps, stolen gold, skulls and bones (drink up me hearties yo ho!), eat hot freshly powdered beignets in New Orleans French Quarter, take a stroll down 1900s Main Street, and end your day believing in magic as Tinker Bell flies over Sleeping Beauty's castle.