Frequent Disneyland Travel and savings?

Written by VMT Singuillo

How many times have any of you visited Disneyland in California? Do you

frequently bring along your family or relatives with you? Probably if you visit

the theme park once a year only,repparttar entrance fee of approximately $50 per person

could probably be either too much or just enough depending on your financial


But what if you visitrepparttar 145907 place at least twice a year? What if your children want

to visitrepparttar 145908 place often? Are you willing to pay double or more? What if other

relatives come to visit you and ask you to bring them to Disneyland especially if

they are your nieces or nephews or someone who has come torepparttar 145909 US forrepparttar 145910 first

time and probably don't haverepparttar 145911 financial means as you do?

If you have been to Disneyland last April and May and you found out your relatives

are coming on December, you would have to pay again for yourself, wouldn't you?

And yet, if you want to go to allrepparttar 145912 rides and shows, going torepparttar 145913 place for a

day is not even enough - you'll have to pay again to enter on your next visit?

Here arerepparttar 145914 facts:

1. It used to be, Disneyland is only one theme park. Yet you can't finish allrepparttar 145915

rides and shows in one day only.

2. Disneyland has a sister theme park called California Adventure. To visit

California Adventure is also another day of activity and fun.

3. An entrance ticket of approximately $50 is just good for an entrance of a

individual to only one ofrepparttar 145916 theme parks.

4. Once you have entered Disneyland using your single entrance ticket, you can't

go to California Adventure anymore.

Question: Is there a cost saving means of visiting both parks anytime I want?

To those of you who wish to enjoyrepparttar 145917 place as much as you can,repparttar 145918 answer is a

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Written by Gregg Strand

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, established in 1916, displaysrepparttar results of 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution -- processes that thrust a bare land fromrepparttar 145862 sea and clothed it with complex and unique ecosystems and a distinct human culture. The park encompasses diverse environments that range from sea level torepparttar 145863 summit ofrepparttar 145864 earth's most massive volcano, Mauna Loa at 13,677 feet. Kilauea,repparttar 145865 world's most active volcano, offers scientists insights onrepparttar 145866 birth ofrepparttar 145867 Hawaiian Islands and visitors views of dramatic volcanic landscapes. Over half ofrepparttar 145868 park is designated wilderness and provides unusual hiking and camping opportunities. In recognition of its outstanding natural values, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has been honored as an International Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site.

Visitor Center/Exhibits: Kilauea Visitor Center, located just insiderepparttar 145869 park entrance, offers visitor information and exhibits. Films and videos are shown inrepparttar 145870 auditorium throughoutrepparttar 145871 day. Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, located about three miles fromrepparttar 145872 park entrance, offers earth science displays and features murals depicting Hawaiian culture. An adjacent overlook offers a panoramic view of Kilauea Caldera and Mauna Loa. Hawaii Natural History Association operates bookstores at both locations with an extensive selection of books, maps, videotapes, slides, and other educational items. Email "" to request a price list.

Trails: Hikerepparttar 145873 park trails to experiencerepparttar 145874 park's essence and to gain an understanding ofrepparttar 145875 natural and cultural history of Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes. Day hikes as well as wilderness trips of several days duration are available.

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