The theme park's new hotel features bunk beds, building contests, themed rooms and an appreciation for whoopee cushions.
Looking to get away? From domestic to international, budget to luxurious, family-friendly to rugged, we've got dozens of recommendations for 2015, drawn from Los Angeles Times staff, readers and other travel sites.
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When my brother-in-law died unexpectedly some years ago, I was assigned the task of choosing a gravesite in California, to which he would be brought home for burial. As I walked the grounds of Ascension Cemetery in Lake Forest, I was fairly certain I had seen a headstone with a picture of Wilma...
The cemeteries of Southern California are full of remarkable stories and familiar names. But these three have more than their share.
The world's biggest Disney Store opened in Shanghai on Wednesday, and it's not just size that impresses. It's also Disney's first store in China. And it closed an hour after it opened because of the overwhelming number of people who wanted to get in. Media reports say some people lined up for three...
Disneyland’s new 1.5 million-light show Paint the Night recalls the upbeat and offbeat nature of the Main Street Electrical Parade and is a worthy successor to the beloved nighttime parade that left the Anaheim theme park nearly two decades ago.