It is every child’s dream to sight-see a marvelous and grand castle, to experience flying with cartoon character’s we knew when we were younger, and to watch fireworks burst through the air, even if it’s not 4th July or New Years. Also it is a child’s dream to live his/her life in a world, where life’s worries would be about rescuing a princess from her castle, or from her evil stepmother. A frazzled adult can be a carefree child again if he/she comes to the wonderful and enchanting worlds of Mr. Walt Disney: his very own Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida. Disneyland and Disneyworld may have many similarities, but they both differ through ticket prices, their set, up and attractions.
However, Disneyland was established in the year of 1955 on July 18th. Disneyland was assembled on 85 acres of land, while Disneyworld was built on 500 acres of land. To include, Disneyworld was also established on the date of October 1, 1971. As you can see, Disneyworld is completely larger through size, and includes way more attractions and rides. Disneyworld has 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, and 2 mini-golf courses. Compared to Disneyworld; Disneyland only has one theme park, but with a total of 84 attractions. In contrast, Walt Disneyworld has an calculation of about 160. This is only because Disneyworld has 4 theme parks, 2 water-parks, and so on. At least, they both are included with attractions, and many rides!
Every year Disneyland’s prices and Disneyworld’s prices proliferate. For example, let’s say you have a child that is among the ages of 3 and years old. Well, if you are in Disneyland, you would be paying $68.00, and if you were in Disneyworld, you would be paying around$78.81. Now, if you are 10 years of age or older, you would be paying a dash more. In Walt Disneyworld you would pay $87.33, and in Disneyland you would only need to pay $76.00. Now thats a deal! Although they both have different prices, their prices both...
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