Back on October 2, 1965 my parents got married and decided to spend part of their honeymoon at Disneyland and the hotel. The other day I had to change the storage unit for my mom to a new one and found her shoe box she kept all their honeymoon receipts, pamphlets, sugar packets and anything else they could get for free to remember that time by. So I thought I would scan in all these documents and post some of them here to share so everyone can see what some other Disney things looked like back then and after 46 years of sitting in the same Florsheim's shoe box.
This is their hotel receipt for the few days they stayed. Wouldn't that be nice to pay that only for a few nights now?!
This is the Guest Opinion Sheet you can fill out or mail back in. Front and back pics - notice glue at top. I love that there is no street address really. Just the number to mail it to.
Disneyland Parking Ticket. Not exactly sure if this is 1965, but I don't recall it ever being 25 cents in the 80's.
And their bag they got at the Candy Palace.
I have more things from their 1965 honeymoon, like sugar packets, wet/dry bag from the hotel room, their hotel room key!!!! (for shame!), and different types of matchbooks but I want to take a picture of them and post later. But for now, here is some things from their return visit 20 years later!
This is the hotel receipt.
Hotel coupon for the following 2 months promo. They did not take advantage of this coupon but I am glad they didn't cause now I have it! LOL
Their passports for the day.
The Gift Givers Extraordinaire tickets handed out to every guest durning the 30th birthday year promo. Sadly no winning for my parents.
Their nice breakfast meal at the River Belle Terrace receipt. Love those prices and miss them so!
Not sure if this is also from 1965 or from 1985 but it is the info packet/envelope about your room and such they hand you at check in.
This last piece I have no clue why they got it but it does have some interesting stuff on it. Looks like a partial map to the hotel and has some info but not sure why they highlighted Advertising then drew it to the building down the path.
Hope you all enjoyed a brief visit into a different look at the Disneyland Hotel and some memories that somehow survived 46 years. I wish my parents had that Disney magic left in em, but after 27 and a half years they divorced, which makes this box even more special as I am surprised it wasn't thrown out long ago. Thanks mom for saving this!!!
The box also has Vacation Village, Seaworld and Jolly Roger napkins, sugar packets, receipts and other fun things! If you want to see any, let me know and I'll scan 'em and post 'em!