Absolutely! The book is roughly the size of a thick magazine (8.25" x 11" paperback) to conveniently fit in your backpack. When I was writing the book, it was an intention of mine to have the book while waiting in line to learn about that particular attraction.
There are exactly 114 photos and illustrations that I took and drew myself.
I only cover information about the Disneyland hotels and their history. I do not list anything about which hotels are the best around, just how to pick one with a good location. Cost and ownerships of the hotels constantly change and it is hard to keep up on that.
If you are referring to the Hollywood Pictures Backlot in California Adventure, yes it does. It discusses all the attractions and things to do there.
First off let me say that there are only two rides in
It sure does. There is a listing starting on page 200 that talks about the 81 past attractions and the one land that was removed.
Each attraction and land has their own section where I cover the history and any "fun facts" related to that attraction. There is a section in the front of the book that has the entire history of the park.
No. It isn't a book created by or authorized by the Disney Corporation. I did it on my own strictly as a fan of the parks. That is why it is "unofficial."
Yes. It has tons of information about Disneyland, California Adventure and Downtown Disney.
It briefly covers it. Since grad nights are scheduled at the end of the school year by each individual school and they happen after the park closes, there is no exact information to give about it.
Including the sections about the attractions, the princess movies, the parks and movie trivia, there are around a thousand fun facts in total. Some of them are multiple facts in one listing.
I have a section that gives a complete cross-section of the food costs inside the park so you are aware of what you could possibly spend inside. I also give direction on how to save money by taking in your own food. Yes, you can take in outside food. There is a security check point before entering and they will just ask to search your bags. Use a good backpack. I had an experience once when I carried in a Little Mermaid backpack for someone, due to it's cheapness it started to hurt my shoulders. I'll never do that again.
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