So, I am in a group of friends that consists of more than 10 people. It is a pretty good mix of girls and guys, and we have all gotten to become closer during this past school year, especially during this summer vacation. I was talking to my best friend yesterday, and we thought that it would be fun if our whole friend group went to Disneyland. We all live in an area that is over 8 hours away from the park, so we would probably have to rent a few hotel rooms, and we are all under 18 (make it 17), so we would have to go with a few parents. Many of us like Disneyland (I know the most about it, I guess I'm the "Disneyland Expert"). The other day I was with my best friend and we started discussing a group trip to Disneyland. We decided that it would probably be the most fun we could ever have as friends, and we have decided to try and make it happen. It may not happen, considering the fact that some parents aren't comfortable with the idea of their kids being that far away, and money is an issue with some people. Our group is also known to have drama occur. In a group of girls and guys it is common for inner-group crushes to occur between people, and relationships between friends don't always work too well, and sometimes end with bad results. So, there is a slight possibility that this will even become more than an idea, considerring all of the obstacles. So, the big question: Is this a good idea? Do Disneyland vacations of large groups work out well? I consider Disneyland a personal paradise, my "Garden of Eden" so to speak, so I guess I would appreciate it more if I went by myself so that I could process it all, or with a date so that I could share special moments with her in my favorite place. However, I still believe it would be fun to go with my whole group of friends, even if I do have to make a few personal sacrifices. I know that we would probably split up and do different things, but I think that it would be fun to make some good memories with them at the Happiest Place on Earth. So, give me some stories, suggestions, experiences, etc. Anything will help!