Disneyland

Posted on: Mon, 06/05/2000 - 2:33pm
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We will be visiting Disneyland in a few weeks. I've seen several positive posts about Disney World, but nothing about Disneyland in Anaheim.

I would appreciate any feedback from anyone that has been there with PA. Any suggestions on where to eat (in or out of the park) would be helpful.

We went four years ago, but at the time weren't aware of how severe our son's PA was back then. He is now 7 1/2 and we have a 15 mo. old son too (with no known allergies)Good news is that we didn't have any problems during that trip.

Thanks in advance, Michelle

Posted on: Tue, 06/06/2000 - 5:55am
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Hi Michelle. I go to Disneyland 1 or 2 times a year and I have never had a problem. I eat what I think is safe. I do not know about cross contamination there, but I have not had a problem. Andy

Posted on: Tue, 06/06/2000 - 8:41am
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Andy, Thanks for your response.
Like I said, we didn't have any problems 4 years ago, but new info is great.

Posted on: Tue, 06/06/2000 - 1:36pm
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We go to Disneyland at least once a year and have never had any problems. We like to eat in New Orleans Square. My daughter likes the fried chicken and I like the french dip. We also eat at the pizza place in the kid area a lot. The ice cream carts do have the chocolate/peanut covered bananas and sometimes other nut things.We always pack lots of safe munchies in our backpack and have a great time.

Posted on: Tue, 06/13/2000 - 9:33am
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Thanks Rilira,
We're leaving in two days, we're also going to the Grand Canyon and a few other places. I'll post again when we get back.
Michelle

Posted on: Mon, 07/10/2000 - 5:55pm
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Our Trip was wonderful. We stuck to basic foods.
Alex did make a wise choice at the Grand Canyon. They have an ice cream shop there and we went in. They have a pb flavor, so I told him that. He told me he just wanted a root beer to drink and no ice cream. I even told him it would probably be okay to have plain vanilla, but he said just the soda. When we got outside, my husband's plain chocolate scoop had a peanut on top ~ AAAGGHH!
It did make a good point to my 7 year old of his good choice to not have any and how easy it is for contamination to happen.

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