ANAHEIM (CBS) — An East Coast couple is taking park hopping to a whole new level.
Randi Teague and Andy Bullard told the Orange County Register that they plan on visiting both Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando and Disneyland in Anaheim – all in one day, Leap Day!READ MORE: LA County Students Exposed To COVID-19 Can Continue To Attend In-Person Classes, Health Officials Announce
On Tuesday, the couple plans to fly out from their home in Washington D.C. to Florida where they will spend the night at a Disney World hotel.
On Leap Day Wednesday, they plan to enter the Florida park when it opens at 3 a.m. PST and spend the day at their favorite attractions.
From there, they plan to grab an evening flight to Los Angeles International Airport.
It’s scheduled to arrive at 9 p.m. Wednesday allowing a fast cab ride to the amusement park, where they hope to set foot on Main Street just before midnight.READ MORE: Woman Stabbed To Death At Senior Living Community In Baldwin Hills
Because of Leap Day, both parks are scheduled to remain all night as part of a promotion.
Bullard told the Register that they have a checklist of rides they hope to hit at both parks, including the Haunted Mansion and the Mad Tea Party.
The couple’s bi-coastal adventure is expected to cost about $1,100 which includes hotel costs and airfare, although frequent-flier miles will cover some of that.
As for admission fees, the couple have annual passes to both resorts, the newspaper reported.MORE NEWS: One Of The World's Largest Homes Is About To Go Up For Sale In Bel Air
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