D23's Destination D: Disneyland 55
Destination D: Disneyland 55 took place on Friday September 24, 2010 and Saturday the 25th in the Grand Ballroom of the Disneyland Hotel. This first of its kind two day event featured panels, films, and entertainment that celebrated the park that started them all, Disneyland! These were full days starting each morning by 9am and running till almost 10pm.
The event featured 16 sessions that spanned the two days. There were over 1,300 D23 members and their guests from 39 states and 7 countries in attendance.
To see pictures from the event please visit our D23 Picture section: http://www.disneygeek.com/d23/pictures
I broke my thoughts, observations, and notes into the following sections below, to try and make it easier to follow:
Day 1: Friday September 24, 2010
Day 2: Saturday September 25, 2010
The Great Scavenger Hunt: Disneyland:
While not technically part of Destination D it took place on Sunday and many of the Destination D guests participated. I was not able to participate due to a scheduling conflict later in the day, but I did spend some time in the park Sunday morning and ran into quite a few guests on the hunt. All who I spoke to were really have a great time and enjoying the event. The only complaint I heard was that as luck would have it this was the hottest weekend of the year we think! Not D23's fault but still an extra hurdle to overcome.
For those of you not familiar the scavenger hunt took place all around the Disneyland Resort. You and your team were able to roam the resort to search for answers to over 300 questions. The team with the most points at the end won the grand prize.
I had several people ask me for the types of questions that were asked. The questions/clues were grouped into three levels and more points were awarded for the harder level.
Miner League clues:
Major Domo clues:
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