There are many benefits to living in the West/California/Big Cities...
We have many things you won't find back East that are great. In-N-Out, Trader Joes, Fresh and Easy. Oh, and Disneyland, of course. And now we have Disney California Adventure. I'm sure many of you haven't heard of it since it's a new park that just opened. It's good, trust me. But, back to what I was saying, there are a lot of nice things we get to experience here. Many Disney related things. For instance, if you're in the Bay Area, you can go to the Walt Disney Family Museum and see/experience the amazing life of Walt.
But now, there's something else you can experience that opens today.
A while back I mentioned some of the wonderful things that D23 does, like the unfinished Oswald short that they brought to life for members. If you have to be in Southern California, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum in Simi Valley, is having a fantastic exhibit of Disneyana. If you want to see some amazing things and are a Disney Geek/Fan or just a pop-culture fan in general, please go. To purchase tickets, click here. Who knows who you might see there? But you'll find an amazing collection of memorabilia that will bring out the kid in you.
Here's a chance to see dreams in tangible form...
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Posted by Honor Hunter at 11:36 AM
Labels: Bob Iger, Disneyland, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, Walt Disney, Walt Disney Pictures
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Trader Joe's is totally on the east coast:
Fair enough, but it's nowhere near many places the general public can go and find them.
My family and friends don't have one within several hundred miles. I think that was what he was trying to convey. But it wasn't the point of the article.
I also enjoy Trader Joes here in Atlanta. It's ok, now that DL has the Voices of Liberty, it's hard to tell the coasts apart!
Here in the D.C. Metro area we have plenty of Trader Joe's. I shop there every weekend. It really depends on where you're talking about when you say "East."
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