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Happily Ever After

A cache by benana Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/24/2017
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: virtual (virtual)

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Welcome to Happily Ever After!


Many regard this magical place as The Happiest Place on Earth. We have created this cache to share a special experience we have had here and to encourage other cachers to share theirs. Please find our brick: C08-091, take a photo at the posted coordinates. You are encouraged to share a happy or magical memory you may have with the park in your logs, but this is not required.

My wife and I had the privilege of dinning at Club 33 in 2011 with our wedding party and enjoyed a spectacular view of Fantasmic from the balcony facing the Rivers of America afterwards. Club 33 is an exclusive private club that Walt Disney created inside the original magic kingdom in May of 1967 to entertain VIP's, investors and dignitaries. The origin of the name is derived from its address on Royal Street.

Disneyland has rules about guest's attire and wearing wedding dresses or tuxedos are usually not allowed. They made a special exception for us because we were dinning at club 33. They had to provide us with a personal escort to the club entrance. We learned very quickly why these rules are in place. We attracted a lot of attention, receiving applause from the crowds as we worked our way to our destination. Once we were inside the club, we were allowed to ride an old fashioned french lift. (This has since been turned into a dinning booth for one with the latest remodel in 2014.) It was quite the experience and created lasting memories of a truly magical night.




If you would like to follow our footsteps, the posted waypoint will bring you to the entrance of club 33. This is not a requirement to log the cache. You can look for the ornate 33 sign close by to find the old entrance.




A virtual cache does not have a physical container. The requirement for logging this cache is to take a photo with our brick: C08-091 at the posted coordinates. Have a fun and magical day!


If you enjoy combining the Magic of Disneyland with Geocaching, please visit The Happiest EarthCache on Earth GC3FQY for a fun geological lesson and some fascinating history about the park.




Virtual Reward - 2017/2018


This Virtual Cache is part of a limited release of Virtuals created between August 24, 2017 and August 24, 2018. Only 4,000 cache owners were given the opportunity to hide a Virtual Cache. Learn more about Virtual Rewards on the Geocaching Blog.

*****This virtual geocache is not in association with or sponsored by Disney or any of its affiliates.*****

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