5 Pitfalls to AVOID at the Disneyland Resort in 2018

3 Disneyland Resort pitfalls to avoid Going to see Mickey Mouse at the Disneyland Resort in 2018? There is no better time than to vacation at the Mouse house as the new rides, the improvements to the park and the fun is just getting started for the new year.

Planning to visit Disneyland Resort in 2018?

If you’re looking for details to have the perfect vacation, you might want to consider what to avoid when you’re at the Disneyland Resort in 2018. There will be tons of people visiting the park with the new enhancements set to be released. PLUS, it’s become the family destination of Anaheim so visiting this resort will be on the minds of many families.

Perhaps anyone giving you advice can share what to see at the park. Or what attractions to ride. What about those things to avoid? You know, those tiny things that sour a vacation, be it financially OR in person. Well, we’ve come up with five things to avoid if you are visiting the Disneyland Resort in 2018. Of course, we want you to have fun with Mickey Mouse!

5 Pitfalls to AVOID at the Disneyland Resort in 2018

  • Avoid getting too tired. The Disneyland Resort has so much to do, but if you tackle it all at once your family will be tired. Plan accordingly and make sure you find time to take breaks. Be it sitting in the middle of Main Street U.S.A. or enjoying a show while resting, your feet will thank you!
  • Avoid the longest lines! The new Disneyland Resort apps are perfect to steer clear of lines that are more than 90 minutes (yes, this still is an issue on the weekends and holidays.) The Disneyland apps are perfect to keep an eye on your favorite attractions and when the lines are shorter, you can jump in the queue.
  • Avoid added snacking expenses. The treats at the Disneyland Resort might be tempting, but they are also fairly expensive. Bring a few extra snacks for the kids and steer clear of the impulsive temptations of too much junk food. Also consider sharing your treats, instead of buying everyone the same item, so everyone in your party can try!
  • Avoid last minute decisions on entertainment spots. If your family wants to enjoy a parade or any type of entertainment, scope out the perfect spot and arrive a bit early. The beauty of the shows – especially those including fireworks are a crowd pleaser. Make sure you find your place so everyone in your party is happy.
  • Avoid eating at typical times. Lunch and Dinner are busy times at the Disneyland Resort restaurants and food stands. If you avoid those peak times, your family won’t wait in line as long to place an order AND you’ll have a better chance at scoring a table. Plan to bring snacks and eat at off-peak times.
About the author
Jodi Jill currently lives in Los Angeles with her dog Addo. Sharing her love of books and words, she is a literacy speaker, professional writer and syndicated columnist.

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