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There's a really good chance I'll be in California this June. I'm doing my California baseball park run. If all goes well, I'll arrive June 20 and leave on the 27th. I plan on staying near the LA area. Now for the fun part. I've only been to Disneyland once in 1977. Yes, it's been 36 years since I've been to the land that Walt built. So, since I'll be in town 6 full days, I'm thinking of getting the three day hopper pass. So here's one question (I'm sure I'll have more)
How much is parking now?
As far as character meals for dinner you have Ariels Grotto.... Princesses and Goofy's Kitchen. They have a variety of characters but no guarantee that Tigger will be there. I have seen Tigger at Minnie and Friends at the Plaza Inn for breakfast at Disneyland park. I don't think the characters have a set schedule of who appears at what meal.
Rats. My new tradition at WDW is to have dinner with Tigger at Crystal Palace the first night I'm there. Next question: I'd like to see Mr. Mouse just one more time. Where can I guarantee a visit with him?
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