Explore the added benefits of staying at a Disneyland hotel in California
You can charge anything you buy at Disneyland or Disneyland California Adventure, such as food and souvenirs, to your room, so you don't have to carry around a lot of cash. (This doesn't hold true for Downtown Disney, though.)
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The problem with that is that you still have to pay for the things you buy. It's too easy to lose track of how much money you have used up.
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