Episode-141-Randy-Crane-Tour-and-Earl-of-Sandwich-Review

141: Reviews of Randy Crane’s Disneyland Tour & Earl of Sandwich

 

Megan & Kris gave a great review of Randy Crane’s (from Stories of the Magic Podcast) educational Disneyland tour. They also review their lunch at Earl of Sandwich.

 

Randy Crane’s Educational Tour of Disneyland Review

We had the wonderful privilege of taking one of Randy’s customized Disneyland tours and we had a wonderful experience! A couple days before we met him at the park, we filled out a questionnaire so he could customize his tour specifically for us. He asked us where some of our favorite places around the park are, what we know already, and what we’d like to hear about.

We met him at the park just after opening and we went into Disneyland. As we toured the park with Randy, it didn’t feel like a traditional tour as one might think, but it was more conversational and less structured. You’re basically hanging out at the park with a Disney expert. We experienced his Faith and the Magic Kingdom tour which incorporates Christian faith parallels in with the Disneyland knowledge, he does, however, also offer a non-faith-based Stories and Facts Tour, which is also very good.

Throughout the tour, Randy pointed out many things to us that are right out in the open and people pass up all the time as they rush to their favorite attractions. Things like a single light bulb on Main Street that is half red and half white, or how you can tell when you’re leaving Frontierland and entering New Orleans Square. All of these details come with very interesting stories behind them, and Randy is an endless fount of Disneyland knowledge!

On the faith side of things, Randy shared such stories about how Walt had originally intended there to be a church on Main Street and why it never happened, but there is, in fact, a church that can be seen at the end of Main Street, and he’ll tell you exactly where to look. Randy also shared with us an interesting parallel between the story of David and Goliath and the Sleeping Beauty display in Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Very interesting stuff!

For more info on Randy’s tours, you can email him at DLPlans [at] storiesofthemagic [dot] com.

 

More from Randy Crane

Stories of the Magic PodcastStories of the Magic is a positive and story-filled Disney podcast offering positive stories from Cast Members, Imagineers, artists, actors, and more–including guests–promoting a mutual love of Disney, celebrating and preserving the Disney magic, and inspiring people to live their dreams just as Walt Disney did.

Faith and the Magic Kingdom Book – Disneyland is all about story, and God is a God of story––and of visual aids. “Faith and the Magic Kingdom” combines your favorite Disney theme park attractions (and more) with God’s story of love, turning the park into a 3-dimensional parable. Learn to see Disneyland in a whole new way while you experience true abundant life in Christ.

Once Upon Your Time Book – Seven Strategies for Gaining Control of Your Time Through a Tour of the Magic Kingdom

Leaving Conformity Coaching – Randy works with Christians whose lives are out of balance helping them discover and connect to their God-given purposes and value, to build their lives to achieve true success and meaning, and to positively impact their world.

 

Earl of Sandwich

Our lunch at Earl of Sandwich was overall pretty tasty. Kris had the Holiday Turkey Sandwich, which had pretty much a Thanksgiving dinner in it! It consisted of turkey, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Very tasty!

Megan got the broccoli cheese soup which she liked, and the kids got pepperoni pizza bread.

 

 

Conversations with Kit

Kit gives his review of our tour with Randy.

 

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140: Universal Studios Hollywood Review

 

Megan & Kris took a trip to the “Dark Side.” We visited Universal Studios Hollywood and had a blast! (Don’t tell Mickey Mouse.)

Listen as we talk about our first experience there after 20 years and our children’s first visit.

 

Trip Review of Universal Studios Hollywood

In this trip review of Universal Studios Hollywood, we touch on the following topics:

 

Preparation

We pretty much prepared for this the same way we prepare for our Disneyland trips. We packed our lunch and snacks and everything else we thought we’d need. We should have packed a change of clothes for Kit though…

 

Wizarding World of Harry Potter

We were in complete awe! This place is amazing and all-encompassing down to the smallest detail. We can see how it’s giving The Mouse a run for its money. And teh butterbeer is so delicious!

 

Olivander’s Wand Shop

Ginny got to participate in this experience and got to have a wand “pick her.” We were a little apprehensive when she was singled out since she has a condition called selective mutism, but she did very well and the Wand Maker was very good with her even though she couldn’t talk.

 

Back Lot Tram Ride

This has changed a lot since we visited last and it’s definitely not kid-friendly. The King Kong and Fast & Furious portions were terrifying for our kids, and Kit said, “I never want to go on that again.”

 

Animal Actors Show

We actually visited this show twice. It was a very fun and educational show involving trained animals. Very family friendly and had some wonderfully humorous moments.

We mentioned how Megan’s sister, Rachel, trains dogs and actually uses dogs to herd sheep. Check out this video on what she does! It’s very interesting.

 

 

Super Silly Fun Land

We mainly visited the playground and water play area which we weren’t prepared for. Kit got drenched and we had to figure out what to do with him.

 

Waterworld Show

We loved this show, especially Teddy and Kit. It was a great stunt show with action on the water and some fun surprises.

 

Final Thoughts

This park isn’t really a place for families with young children. There’s really not very much that young kids can do, ride-wise, other than the Dumbo-style ride in Super Silly Fun Land. It’s better to visit when your kids are a little older. It’s more aimed at teens, tweens, and young adults.

Our favorite things were the shows we experienced and how they handle their rider swap. In fact, if Disneyland adopted this method, it’d be a lot better for families.

 

Conversations with Kit

Kit talks about how he liked the trip to Universal Studios Hollywood.

 

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139: International Podcast Day 2017

 

In this episode, we’re breaking format a bit as we celebrate National Podcast Day! To celebrate, we’re shining the spotlight on other wonderful Disney podcasts and having them tell about their show and favorite moments they’ve experienced since starting their own podcasts. This is an episode of discovery. Enjoy!

 

Featured Podcasts

Here are the podcasts we’ve featured in this special International Podcast Day episode!

The Mouse Knows Best Podcast

The Disney DNA Podcast

Vegan Disney Fans Podcast

The Neverland Podcast

Tiara Talk Show Podcast

DIZ Radio

The Disney Hack Podcast

One Little Spark Podcast

 

Other Notable Disney Podcasts

Stories of the Magic Podcast (Randy is also author of Faith and the Magic Kingdom)

Network 1901

Podketeers

The Sweep Spot

DisDads Podcast

Mousetalgia

WDW Radio

 

 

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Their amazing agents will work with you directly to make sure you’re getting the best rates possible on lodging and admission, and will even keep their eyes peeled for other discounts or bonuses to add to your trip as they come up!
There’s just so much to consider when planning a vacation to Walt Disney World, Disneyland, or even a Disney cruise. Let Goldgell Getaways take care of it for you so you can know for sure that nothing will get missed and you’ll have a wonderful, magical trip!
Plus, if you book a trip to Disneyland, you’re entitled to a free digital copy of our Guide to Visiting Disneyland with Young Kids!
For a free, no obligation quote, visit www.gomousescouts.com/quote, and have fun on your trip!

 

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138: Maximizing Your Time at Disneyland on a Crowded Day

 

Megan & Kris talk about how to maximize your time at Disneyland during a crowded day!

Also, we’re trying out a new format for our show. Starting with this episode, we’re going to be combining the park tips and conversations with Kit into one episode and release those once per week. The reason for this is to attempt to cut back on the amount of work it takes to put out an episode. I talk more about it at the top of the show. If you like this change or have any other suggestions, please drop us a line and let us know!

 

How to Maximize Your Time at Disneyland

Have a plan, but be flexible.

You don’t want to just “wing it” when visiting Disneyland. We each pick our “must do’s” for the day and make those our priority. You also want to make sure to be flexible. It may be that somebody’s “must do” is closed, or maybe minds are changed. Your plans aren’t set in stone, so be prepared to change things up.

 

Start early, stay late

Do as much as you can before everyone gets there and after everyone leaves. Try to get to the parks before Rope Drop and/or stay late. If the park opens at 8:00 am, you usually have a few hours before the big crowds arrive to get in as much as you can. We’re frequently able to hit five or six attractions before 11. Crowds will usually start thinning too around 10 pm if you can wait them out.

Also, consider doing attractions that have long lines in the sun early when it’s cooler. Peter Pan, for example, has wait times of 45–50 minutes with a good portion of the queue out in the sun. Don’t blame us if you get heat stroke while waiting for Peter Pan.

 

Use FASTPASS

Use FASTPASSes on popular attractions like Space Mountain and Indiana Jones. (Try combining them with rider swap, if you have young kids or babies, for more value.)

 

Use mobile apps

Use apps like MouseWait and the Disneyland App to gauge wait times and adjust schedule when appropriate.

 

Take it slow during the day

Take things slow once the big crowds get there. After all, you’ve already checked off most of the things on your list in the morning, right?

 

Conversations with Kit

Kit talks about The Magic School Bus and a really cool educational kit that he got that helps him learn about the human body.

 

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Their amazing agents will work with you directly to make sure you’re getting the best rates possible on lodging and admission, and will even keep their eyes peeled for other discounts or bonuses to add to your trip as they come up!
There’s just so much to consider when planning a vacation to Walt Disney World, Disneyland, or even a Disney cruise. Let Goldgell Getaways take care of it for you so you can know for sure that nothing will get missed and you’ll have a wonderful, magical trip!
Plus, if you book a trip to Disneyland, you’re entitled to a free digital copy of our Guide to Visiting Disneyland with Young Kids!
For a free, no obligation quote, visit www.gomousescouts.com/quote, and have fun on your trip!

 

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137 Family Fun: Kit’s Lego Camp

 

Kit and Kris talk about his summer Lego Camp and how much fun he had building!

 

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136 Park Tip: Five Family Disneyland Tips

 

In this episode, Megan & Kris give Five helpful tips for families visiting Disneyland.

 

Five Family Disneyland Tips

Tag your stroller for easy ID at a distance.

There’re a couple ways we do this. Our favorite way to do this is to drape a blanket over the top and the stroller handle. This does two things: it makes our stroller stand out visually from the others and it also covers up what we may have in the stroller. We never keep any valuables in it, but why provide temptation to anyone to go snooping, right?

 

Save on souvenirs by purchasing them before your visit.

This is a great way to save money at the parks. Instead of buying souvenirs there, buy them before you go, at places like Target, the Disney Store (clearance), or anywhere else, locally, that might have Disney merchandise. Then, bring them into the park with you and give them out while you’re there! Your kids don’t need to know that you didn’t purchase them on Disney property. Here’s the magical phrase: “Hey, look what I got you!”

 

Write your phone number on your children.

The bottom line here is to make sure you can be contacted if your kids get lost. This can be done in many ways. You can buy bracelets that you can write contact and identifying information, use a sharpie to write your number on the hem of their shirt, or a pen to write on their arm.

 

Free Samples!

Both Ghirardelli and the Boudin Bakery give free samples when you walk in. Feel free to visit the bakery, grab a sample of freshly baked sourdough bread, and learn how it’s made by watching the instructional video and observing the cast members work. Then, walk across the way into the Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate shop where you’ll receive a free chocolate square for dessert! (Also feel free to buy one of their delicious creations!)

 

Free Ice Water!

Free ice water can be found in the Disney parks from restaurants that offer fountain drinks. Just go in and ask! Filtered water spigots are available in the Baby Care Centers at both parks as well as at Rancho del Zocalo, the French Market, and Tomorrowland Terrace restaurants. Still tasted gross, so bring water flavoring.

Also, filtered water spigots are available in the Baby Care Centers at both parks as well as at Rancho del Zocalo, the French Market, and Tomorrowland Terrace restaurants. Note: It still tastes “tappy,” so bring water flavoring!

 

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135 Family Fun: Kit’s Solar Eclipse

 

Kit tells us about watching the solar eclipse and what he liked about it!

 

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134 BONUS: Rich Stork from The One Little Spark Podcast

 

One Little Spark Podcast Album Art

In this bonus episode, a Disney Community Spotlight, we get to know Rich Stork from the One Little Spark Podcast!

He answers some fun questions and we generally “geek out” over Disney parks! Give it a spin!

Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud

Facebook | Twitter

 

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133 Park Tip: Feeding Picky Kids at Disneyland

 

Kris & Megan talk about where you can find your kids’ favorite foods at Disneyland and give some general tips for feeding picky kids there.

 

Feeding Picky Kids at Disneyland

Feeding kids can require a certain amount of finesse. Here are our tips

on making it as easy as possible.

• Eat early. Having lunch around 11am and dinner around 5pm can help you avoid the more crowded times, meaning less waiting and better seating choices.

• Kids’ meal sizes are on the small side. The toddler meal is small enough for a one-year-old but really too small for a two-year-old (unless yours eats like a bird). At seven years old, our oldest has nearly grown out of the kids’ meals.

• Split an adult meal between two kids. It won’t come with a drink like the kids’ meals, but they can split a burger and fries, pizza, chicken strips, or something more adventurous for some extra food for them and a little savings for you.

 

Most quick-service eateries have some pretty standard kid dishes.

Burgers:

• Galactic Grill (Tomorrowland, Disneyland Park)

• Hungry Bear Restaurant (Critter Country, Disneyland Park)

• Red Rose Taverne (Fantasyland, Disneyland Park)

• Smokejumpers Grill (Grizzly Peak, DCA)

 

Pizza:

• Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta (Paradise Pier, DCA)

• Daisy’s Diner (Mickey’s Toontown, Disneyland Park)

• Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port (Tomorrowland, Disneyland Park)

• Red Rose Taverne (Fantasyland, Disneyland Park)

 

Chicken Nuggets:

• Galactic Grill (Tomorrowland, Disneyland Park)

• Golden Horseshoe (Frontierland, Disneyland Park)

• Hungry Bear Restaurant (Critter Country, Disneyland Park)

• Smokejumpers Grill (Grizzly Peak, DCA)

• Stage Door Café (Frontierland, Disneyland Park)

 

Turkey Sandwich:

• Flo’s V-8 Café (Cars Land, DCA)

• Galactic Grill (Tomorrowland, Disneyland Park)

• Jolly Holiday Bakery (Main Street, Disneyland Park)

• Pacific Wharf Café (Pacific Wharf, DCA)

• Pluto’s Dog House (Mickey’s Toontown, Disneyland Park)

• Red Rose Taverne (Fantasyland, Disneyland Park)

 

Power Pack: (yogurt, sliced apples, carrots, banana, and whole-grain Goldfish crackers):

Disneyland Park

• Harbour Galley (Critter Country)

• Hungry Bear Restaurant (Critter Country)

• Troubadour Tavern (Fantasyland)

• Clarabelle’s (Mickey’s Toontown)

• Golden Horseshoe (Frontierland)

• Stage Door Café (Frontierland)

• Coca-Cola Refreshment Corner (Main Street)

• Galactic Grill (Tomorrowland)

 

DCA

• Smokejumpers Grill (Grizzly Peak)

• Award Wieners (Hollywood Land)

• Pacific Wharf Café (Pacific Wharf)

 

Toddler Meals:

Disneyland Park

• Hungry Bear Restaurant (Critter Country) – Cheesy Macaroni

• Red Rose Taverne (Fantasyland) – Cheesy Macaroni

• Rancho del Zocalo (Frontierland) – Arroz con Pollo (rice and chicken), Arroz con Frijoles (rice and beans)

• Galactic Grill (Tomorrowland) – Cheesy Macaroni

• Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port (Tomorrowland) – Cheesy Macaroni

• Pluto’s Dog House (Mickey’s Toontown) – Cheesy Macaroni

 

DCA

• Smokejumpers Grill (Grizzly Peak) – Cheesy Macaroni

• Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill (Pacific Wharf) – Arroz con Pollo

• Pacific Wharf Café (Pacific Wharf) – Cheesy Macaroni

• Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta (Paradise Pier) – Cheesy Macaroni

 

Other:

• Bean and cheese burrito – Rancho del Zocalo (Frontierland, Disneyland Park)

• Chicken taco – Rancho del Zocalo (Frontierland, Disneyland Park)

• Turkey hot dog – Coca-Cola Refreshment Corner (Main Street, Disneyland Park)

• Macaroni and cheese – Jolly Holiday Bakery (Main Street, Disneyland Park)

• Spaghetti and meatballs – Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port (Tomorrowland, Disneyland Park)

• Turkey hot dog – Pluto’s Dog House (Mickey’s Toontown, Disneyland Park)

• Macaroni and cheese – Flo’s V-8 Café (Cars Land, DCA)

• Roast Beef sandwich – Flo’s V-8 Café (Cars Land, DCA)

• Turkey hot dog – Award Wieners (Hollywood Land, DCA)

• Bean and cheese burrito – Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill (Pacific Wharf, DCA)

• Chicken quesadilla – Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill (Pacific Wharf, DCA)

• Chicken and brown rice – Lucky Fortune Cookery (Pacific Wharf, DCA)

• Turkey meatball sandwich – Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta (Paradise Pier, DCA)

• Spaghetti and meatballs – Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta (Paradise Pier, DCA)

 

Water

• Drink plenty of water, especially when it’s hot.

• Any place with fountain drinks will give you a cup of ice water or ice for free.

• Refill your water bottles at drinking fountains throughout the parks. Try flavor packets or drops if you’re picky about the taste of the Anaheim tap water.

• Consider a water bottle with a built-in filter to improve the taste.

 

 

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132 Family Fun: Kit’s Three Favorite Disneyland Rides!

 

Kit tells us about his three favorite Disneyland rides: Roger Rabbit’s CarToon Spin, The Haunted Mansion, and Star Tours!

 

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