Walt Disney, he said,  created something brilliant primarily because it gives the illusion of diverse experiences contained under one umbrella brand. In addition to exploring a variety of fantasy lands, a Disney guest can also experience the western frontier, New Orleans Square, Hollywood, and the remote jungles of Africa and Asia. he can ride a steam-powered locomotive, a monorail, a double-decker bus, and a horse-drawn streetcar. One day and $76 later, he feels he’s seen and experienced more life than he’d likely fit in the average year. Perhaps this is why Disney’s parks outperformed the rest of the company in the first quarter of 2009—and despite Disney’s overall decline in net income, park attendance in February was still up over that time in 2008.

  My Grandchildren {and their parents}are there this week. they are a little older than their dad and his sisters were, when we took them.

Wow talk about memories. I hope they are building memories of a lifetime as we did.
I know their parents are as aw struck as the children, because they are just big kids themselves.

These kids..my son Jeremy and Jenn, are building memories for their family building traditions.

These children will never forget the Vacation to DisneyLand

"Everyday of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children".