Disneyland and Club 33

My family loves to vacation in groups.  LARGE groups.  If you need examples…. please refer to all posts NYC 2010. 

My sister Amy….  she just loves to vacation.  She was here for a week, home for a week and then took off to Disneyland.  ……….without me.   I am trying not to be bitter about that.

The whole reason for her trip revolved around this little hidden place within Disneyland called Club 33.  When she was telling me about these tickets she got…. she said that everyone knows about this place called Club 33 in New Orleans Square.  (I had never heard of it, but I nodded my head as if to say… “totally… everyone knows about Club 33”  when really I was thinking “no, I don’t have half a clue about what you are talking about”  sometimes smiling and nodding just keeps a conversation going) 

In case you are like me, and have no idea what in the world I am talking about I will give you the internet description of the joint.

Located within Disneyland, discreetly above the Blue Bayou in New Orleans Square is perhaps one of Orange County’s finest five star restaurants. With a limited membership of only 487, Club 33 is not open to the public. Members may however arrange for their friends and associates to experience the club.
If you are a Disney fan, we truly cannot express what a tremendous experience Club 33 has to offer. 

Presidents of the United States, leaders of foreign nations, dignitaries, actors, and business leaders from around the world have all enjoyed the club. It is  not unusual to be enjoying your meal, only to have a famous actor or well known celebrity sitting at the table next to you. There are many such stories, just ask any member or Club 33 staff. ~ www.disneylandclub33.com

Sounds cool huh?  Yeah I thought so too.

Anyway, I guess someone knew someone, who knew someone, who had a membership.  So they got some tickets, and hit the road to LA and went… scaled down family size. She went with my mom and nephew, her boyfriend and his parents drove over from AZ to get in on the exclusive action.   

Since I live in the Northwest, (and wasn’t invited), I have taken this trip to Disneyland vicariously through their Facebook posts and pictures…. that is how the uninvited enjoy vacations….  I told you I am trying not to be bitter…. right?

So, because they didn’t send me any pictures over email…. I will now go and snip their pictures off of FB and share them with you all.  That way…. all of us that weren’t invited can experience this swanky little gem inside Disneyland.

club 33

the family                           mom and sis

the entrance

I am getting excited to see what the inside looks like…..  are you?

inside 1                          inside 2

yum

dessert                          Her dessert

eek

sweet words and smiles

she said YES

the bling                                     preview of what is to come

aww

Pretty cool place huh? 

Not to shabby getting engaged in your favorite vacation spot, inside a swanky elite club.

Bravo, Bravo…..

…..meanwhile I will try to forgive them for not inviting me.  Hopefully they remember to send me an invitation to the wedding!

Congratulations guys….

love you,

name gif

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3 thoughts on “Disneyland and Club 33

  1. I love this. This blog is kind of awesome. Yea, I know the feeling of being the “uninvited”..my family is always going on fun vacations without me…but yea, like you, I try not feel bitter about it..it was so great to hear about all the details from Amy..and imagine myself sitting at this “secret” club 33 in Disneyland, enjoying my meal…thanks so much for sharing this..you seem like an amazing and fun sister to my dear Sweet Amy friend…So glad God has blessed her with you.
    prayers & blessings from God,
    -Nicole =)

    • Michelle, Yes! it really is a secret club inside Disneyland. I guess you have to know someone who is already a member in order to obtain tickets. Your day in the park is included with the entrance to the club for dinner. I think the whole ticket ( dinner and the park) is something like $125.00 You receive a special ticket that says Club 33 on in, and you head to a spot in New Orleans square where they give you a key to enter when it is time for your dinner reservation.

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