By Deb Flomberg
When it comes to family destinations in California, there is one vacation spot that comes to mind instantly. A place for families from all over the world, one that delights children of all ages as well as adults, and creates some of the most memorable family vacations of all time. Of course, that destination is Disneyland, and after 58 years the Happiest Place on Earth is still going strong.
There are a lot of ways to plan your family vacation to Disneyland, and there are a number of different resorts and hotels in the area, all catering to families of all kinds. Those that live relatively close to the city of Anaheim can easily drive there for a day at the best theme park in the world. Get a season pass, or just head down for the day; there is no wrong way to enjoy Disneyland.
Start by rounding up the kids and jumping in your S350 Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino; after all, you’ll want a luxurious ride on the way there. After the busy day you are about to spend, you’ll want the comfort of this Mercedes-Benz even more. Plus, the sedan has room for all the kids and the goodies you are sure to buy while you are there.
Once you arrive at the Magic Kingdom, let the children be your guide and enjoy all the wonderful things there are to do. From the old favorites and rides to Disney’s California Adventure Park, you’ll need several trips just to see and do everything. Make sure to find time to enjoy the many different rides for all ages, the live entertainment, and the fireworks after dark. You’ll make memories that the kids will treasure for the rest of their lives, and you’ll want to head back again and again.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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