So my birthday was totally a month ago and I’ve been trying to get this video out for quite a while, but do to my busy traveling schedule and having my computer crash on me, enabling me to edit any videos, it took some time, but here it is, my birthday celebration in Disneyland Vlog and a little background about my history at Disneyland and my original Birthday plans.
My first time visiting Disneyland was when I was 9 years old and clearly it was a dream come true to any kid, but it was also for my mom, who ended up taking my siblings, me and every person that ever visited us from Israel, which was a LOT of people there!
I have probably been to Disneyland about 20 times, maybe more, back when tickets cost $39 and now their $100. My mom and sisters started going so much with their annual pass, that I just got so bored and sick of the place. So I hadn’t been there in probably 6-10 years, but in the last year I’ve really had a craving to visit.
I think the best time to visit Disneyland is anywhere between the Halloween to Christmas season, where Disneyland dresses itself up in Halloween and Christmas decoration. It’s also not so hot or not so cold and well I just LOVE the fall and the weather in California during that time. Plus, it’s a less busier time, than the summer and lines are shorter.
My original birthday plan was to go to the Dominican Republic, which is what I normally do on birthdays, travel. However, since I was a bit exhausted from visiting 16 countries since January and I also recently moved into my own apartment, which has taken such a big financial cost on my traveling lifestyle, I decided it was finally time to go to Disneyland.
I mean what better way to celebrate your adult birthday, then in the one place you can never be too old to be a kid.
I’m pretty happy to say that it was a successful birthday.
The highlights of my day was the new incredible light show, Paint the Night Parade. I have seen many MANY amazing shows in my life, from Broadway shows, Cirque du Soleil or concerts, but this show was beyond amazing and high up there on the best shows I’ve ever seen in my life! I would honestly recommend anyone to go there, just for that, because that show alone was worth the $100 ticket.
I really believe that you can never be too old to visit Disneyland, there is something for any age group there. Which is one of the things that makes Disneyland “the happiest place on earth”.
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