I’m almost tempted to see if there’s an actual app that lets one walk around Disneyland using location-based data to augment the park. Of course, once that was installed, I’d be glued to my phone the entire visit because there’s just so much history – of animation and otherwise – saturating the Happiest Place on Earth. For now, I’ll have to be content with regular ol’ maps of the park. Not that I need them. I actually do know Disneyland like the back of my hand since I’ve visited there several times a year for the past couple of decades. The only theme park in the area that I could use a GPS at times is Knott’s Berry Farm, since I get turned around there whenever I make the annual trip to Knott’s Scary Farm during Halloween. But staring at a cellphone while walking through ghoul-infested mazes and haunted houses would probably run counter to all the scariness going on.
So how ’bout you? Are there theme parks you visit that you know like the back of your hand? Or do you need to pick up a park map every time you go ‘cuz you always make a wrong turn at the carousel?