WDW Radio Show #58 - Mar 16, 2008
Welcome to the WDW Radio Show - your Walt Disney World Information Station. This is show #58 for the week of March 16, 2008. I am your host Lou Mongello, and I want to thank you for tuning in again this week.
I just returned from Disneyland in California, and wanted to not just take a look back at my trip, but wanted it to be informative and interesting for the listener. I was pleasantly surprised at just how much I enjoyed my experience at the parks, and realized that there was so much to discuss and introduce people to, that I invited in my friends, travel companions and frequent WDW Radio Show guests Jeff Pepper, George Taylor and Eric Hollister in for a roundtable discussion simply entitled: Why Every Walt Disney World Fan Needs to Visit Disneyland.
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What Can I Say? Disneyland is awesome too!
I can definitely say that I had an absolute blast during our trip to Disneyland. Like Jeff had mentioned during our discussion, you have to look at Disneyland as an extension of the experience that you go through when you vacation at Walt Disney World. To attempt to simply compare and contrast the two resorts wouldn't be fair, as they both bring their own sense of "unique-ness" to the table.
For anyone out there who has not had a chance to visit Disneyland, and may be sitting on the fence as to whether or not they should go, I will firmly stand behind our discussion and say that you have to do it at least once. It is an experience that is completely different from its younger sibling in Orlando, and one that I hope to attempt to visit at least once per year from here on out.
And in case it wasn't blatantly obvious....The Indiana Jones Adventure was awesome!