5 Great Travel Survival Tips
How to Survive While Traveling
In one way or another, aside from the business purpose that some
travelers pursue, traveling is known to be one outlet for the
adventurous aspect of a lot of people. Sure, traveling can be
one heck of a fun...
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The Ultimate Traveler's Day Dream Come True
More than a few times, I've caught myself sitting at work day dreaming about dropping everything and just jumping on a plane. In October of 2003, I did just that.
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Travel and Scenic Photography 101
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World Travel - Hints on how to do It
If you have set your mind on traveling around the world, you
might run into the difficult task of having to make a hard
choice: where do you want to go? The multitude of destinations
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|Frequent Disneyland Travel and savings?
How many times have any of you visited Disneyland in California? Do you
frequently bring along your family or relatives with you? Probably if you visit
the theme park once a year only, the entrance fee of approximately $50 per person
could probably be either too much or just enough depending on your financial
But what if you visit the place at least twice a year? What if your children want
to visit the place often? Are you willing to pay double or more? What if other
relatives come to visit you and ask you to bring them to Disneyland especially if
they are your nieces or nephews or someone who has come to the US for the first
time and probably don't have the financial means as you do?
If you have been to Disneyland last April and May and you found out your relatives
are coming on December, you would have to pay again for yourself, wouldn't you?
And yet, if you want to go to all the rides and shows, going to the place for a
day is not even enough - you'll have to pay again to enter on your next visit?
Here are the facts:
1. It used to be, Disneyland is only one theme park. Yet you can't finish all the
rides and shows in one day only.
2. Disneyland has a sister theme park called California Adventure. To visit
California Adventure is also another day of activity and fun.
3. An entrance ticket of approximately $50 is just good for an entrance of a
individual to only one of the theme parks.
4. Once you have entered Disneyland using your single entrance ticket, you can't
go to California Adventure anymore.
Question: Is there a cost saving means of visiting both parks anytime I want?
To those of you who wish to enjoy the place as much as you can, the answer is a
big YES. The solution is to take advantage of the promotional offers of
Disneyland usually has two kinds of promotional offers. For residents
California, they have what is called the two-fers. This promo is for a ticket you
buy at a particular rate and you are able to visit either one of the two theme
parks on the first day of your visit. Then you may visit the other theme park
which you have not yet visited on any other day you wish to come again. In this
way, you are able to save some money. This promotional offer however is not
offered all year round. Therefore, this is only available for California
residents and only if the promo is being offered.
Another offer is the year-round pass. If you visit Disneyland more than twice a
year, you are indeed able to get a lot of savings because for a particular rate,
you can visit any of the two theme parks as often as you can except on their
so-called block-out dates. Plus, you can even transfer from one park to another
during your visit to the place!
Most of my friends are surprised why we can go to Disneyland as often as we can.
Well, I have chosen to buy the year-round pass and that gives me a lot of savings!
Oh, for those of you who are simply visiting Southern California or the Greater
Los Angeles, your vacation visit to Disneyland is not enough for a day.
Therefore, it is worth making an online hotel reservations ahead of time as part of your vacation planning. You may make your hotel reservations online through
Well, enjoy your vacation at the "Happiest Place on Earth".
About the Author
VMT Singuillo is a free lance writer and supports www.yourcheaphotels.com, www.grandfatherclock.biz, www.an-airline-ticket.com, and www.lasvegashotelsreservation.org