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Disneyland with a toddler--need help!!

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Hello. My toddler is desperate to have "breakfast with the princesses" at Disneyland. I made reservations for two meals at the Grand Californian, and I'm now not sure I did the correct thing. I have read a number of guidebooks and I have been getting conflicting information from my travel agent, friends and the guidebooks, and I wonder if that is because the location of this particular "Character Breakfast" has changed (from some sources, it seems like maybe the place to be is Ariel's Grotto--which means I need to get Park Hopper tickets to go to California Adventure). Can anyone tell me for sure where the breakfast (or other meal) that involves some number of Disney princesses is located? I will have one very sad toddler on my hands if we miss our sole purpose for heading to Disney!

Any other suggestions for toddler (age 3.5) rides, activities, etc. (survival tips!) are most welcome.

Thanks in advance!
-kxorr
p.s. We will be going to Disneyland next week.

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