I am an official Disney Nerd.  I can not get enough Disney.  We go to Disneyland, Disneyworld, and Disney cruises as often as we can.  Usually once a year if not more. One thing I have learned about Disney is that they are very customer friendly.  If you want something, just ask.  You never know what they will say.

I am sure you are aware of the celebration buttons that Disney has.  You get these at Guest Services.

This daughter is a junior high art teacher and when she teaches the lines module, she has a Disney day.  They draw Disney characters using lines, as they do Disney Animation Academy.  She and I went to the guest services, explained the art module she teaches, and ask for a few badges for her students, to use as recognition of a job well done. They gave her 150 of the badges.

JUST ASK!

We were at Disneyland with my 4-year-old grandson Austin.

He, my daughter, and I were waiting for the rest of our group to meet us, toward the end of the day.  There was the popcorn cart nearby.  My grandson said he wanted some popcorn.  I asked how much money he had left, and he said he only had one dollar.  I told him that he did not have enough money.  I had noticed the prices earlier.

He stated that he had enough, with much emphasis.  I told him to go over and ask.  A few minutes later he came back with a tub of popcorn with a big smile on his face.

 

He said that he asked the man how much the popcorn was and was told it was $4.  He said he did not have that much.  The worker asked how much he had and he said $1.  The worker then said, “You know the popcorn is just $1 right now” and proceeded to give it to him.

JUST ASK!

You know those big bunches of balloons that are on Main Street, that are for sale.  My granddaughter asked if she could hold them to see if she would fly in the air like the up house.  Guess What?

JUST ASK!

If you are in line for a ride and there is a special seat you want, all you have to do is ask the cast member if you can wait for that seat.  When we ride Soarin’ Over California, I like to be on the front row.  I always ask to be there and there has never been a time that they do not accommodate me.

JUST ASK


Next time you are in Disneyland, you need to ask a cast member, while you’re in line for the Monorail, if you can ride in the front – sometimes this means you’ll have to wait for a few cycles if a lot of people have asked already.

You’ll get the car basically to yourself, with a panoramic view of the ride! It is awesome.

JUST ASK

If you are staying at a Disney resort and you see balloons at your resort reception desk, kindly ask for one and they will gladly give it to you. It is always fun to put colorful balloons in your room, take photos with them, tie them to your child’s stroller or give your child to play with them

JUST ASK

Milly and Molly are bike messengers in California Adventure. If you see Milly or Molly, ask them if they have a letter for you. They will give you an adorable, encouraging message. In addition, Officer Blue, if asked can write you a “citation”.

JUST ASK

King Arthur’s Carousel is a classic ride. There are so many details on every horse and each horse has a name! You can get a list of the horses’ names by asking for one at City Hall. The next time you go on the carousel, see how many of the horses you can identify.

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Do you know that you can ask a Disney character to ride on a ride with you?  When my granddaughter was 4, she was scared to go on the Toontown roller coaster.  She was talking to Minnie and told her that she was scared.  She asked Minnie to ride with her.  And she did.  I did not get a picture of this because I was too stunned and excited about watching her.

JUST ASK

If you love anything Disney, as I do, you are always looking for something to take home.  If you love the food at Disneyland, how about taking home the recipe for it? If you go to City Hall, you can request the recipe for almost any dish that you tried at the park.

 

 

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Disney wants all its guest to stay hydrated. Therefore, you can request free cups of ice water from any of the Disneyland counter service restaurants, not the carts.

JUST ASK

See Ya Makin Memories!

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I am Wease, and my traveling days started early with a father that loved to travel. As a family, a large one, we always traveled and always by car. No matter how far we went, we made the famous road trip. My father’s mantra on these trips was “we are making memories”. No matter what happened on those trips, whether good or bad, we always made memories. These memories are very precious to me. My husband and I have continued this tradition in our family, with our children, of traveling and making memories. I have learned some valuable lessons and tricks and I plan to share these with you here. Here is what I live by: “The best things in life are the people we love, the places we have been, and the memories we have made along the way”. Anonymous

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