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    Disneyland Souvenir

    I've just found out that my parents are making a short stop over at DL on there way to Vegas (Without me, I might add)

    In my dejected, sorry state I decided to ask you guys what they can bring me back from the resort that will make up for this gross neglect?

    (Something not available elsewhere, not too expensive but great enough that I'll let them in the house again.)

    Thanks in advance!


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    A Pirates antenae ball,simple,inexpensive,easy to find
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    can you go..... then come home before vegas?

    A Jacket......... you can never have enough coats....
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    An AP. If not, a bus ticket to Anaheim.


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    Well I would say a sweatshirt, jacket, and a watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Druggas
    An AP. If not, a bus ticket to Anaheim.
    lol- yes that would be the only way to make up for such horrible treatment!
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    Greatest Souvenirs
    No Phone Call from them while at the park (to depressing)
    Anything with the 50th logo on it...
    One Matterhorn...I hope your parents have an SUV
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retlaw Yensid
    Greatest Souvenirs
    No Phone Call from them while at the park (to depressing)
    I HATE that. My mom does that to me everytime! :devil:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Druggas
    An AP. If not, a bus ticket to Anaheim.
    Too bad he's from the UK so a bus ticket would be somewhat hard. I would say something somewhat collectible? I guess it depends on what you like. There are the smaller figurines that are easier to transport, the candy is always fun to have at home, and the watches are great!

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    I suppose if they will not bring you, they could always get you some guide books. They coming out with some for the 50th, here are some I know about: 1.The Art of Disneyland (A collection of concept art from Disneyland, including some for rides that were never built), 2.Disneyland Then, Now, and Forever (A book with a lot of old photos from the park, including some that were there the first year and gone the next), and 3.Disneyland 1955 (a recreation of the origonal guide that you could buy at Disneyland.

    #1 costs $74

    #2 cost $25 (I'm not quite sure if I'm correct on the price for this one)

    #3 costs $10

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPigletFan
    Too bad he's from the UK so a bus ticket would be somewhat hard. I would say something somewhat collectible? I guess it depends on what you like. There are the smaller figurines that are easier to transport, the candy is always fun to have at home, and the watches are great!
    Yep, being from Blighty makes even more gutting as it's a much bigger deal.
    Thanks for noticing!
    I definitely need a new watch and I love candy.....do they sell edible DL 50th watches?


    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyland Lover
    I suppose if they will not bring you, they could always get you some guide books. They coming out with some for the 50th, here are some I know about: 1.The Art of Disneyland (A collection of concept art from Disneyland, including some for rides that were never built), 2.Disneyland Then, Now, and Forever (A book with a lot of old photos from the park, including some that were there the first year and gone the next), and 3.Disneyland 1955 (a recreation of the original guide that you could buy at Disneyland.
    A Book is a great idea - I like the sound of "The Art Of Disneyland".
    I've got the DLRP equivalent and it's really good.

    What about a poster I can get framed?
    Do they sell those attraction posters that feature Pirates, Peter Pan etc?
    Last edited by PeaJay18; 03-16-2005 at 06:18 AM. Reason: Learnt the difference between "defiantly" and "definitely"!


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    A park map, or the Disneyland DVD.
    You say Im a bitch like its a bad thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winniepooh
    A park map, or the Disneyland DVD.
    Both great ideas!

    I've been burnt by souvenir DVDs before (not literally) so can anyone recommend the DL one?


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    Have them pick up a ride poster lithograph from the Disney Gallery- They are really cool. Get one from your favorite ride (I recommend pirates
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    (Tongue Planted Firmly in Cheek) Why not a churro? They're certainly as indestructible as fruit cake is...

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