Win 10 Holidays to Disney's California Adventure Park; Holidays;competitions

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Win 10 Holidays to Disney's California Adventure Park; Holidays;competitions


HERE'S your chance to be one of the first to visit Disney's California Adventure park at the Disneyland Resort in California where Californian attitudes meet Disney magic. Token One is printed here so start collecting today.

The magic of Disneyland has captured the imagination of children and adults for more than 45 years and our ten winning families (two adults, two children) will fly courtesy of Virgin Holidays, spend seven fantastic days in one of the three Disneyland Resort Hotels and receive three days of theme park tickets.

All you have to do is collect three tokens from the six we will be printing all week.

From February 8, the Disneyland park will be complemented by the new Disney's California Adventure park, which you will enter via a replica of Golden Gate Bridge.

Once inside, the three themed lands will entertain you for hours.

Hollywood Pictures' Backlot celebrates California's most famous exports - motion pictures and television. The Golden State focus is on the scenic wonders that have defined California.

The Paradise Pier salutes California's beach culture by capturing the nostalgia of amusement zones from yesteryear.

The whole family will love California Screamin', a roller-coaster that loops upside down and around a replica of Mickey Mouse's head.

Finally, there is the new Downtown Disney area with 20 acres of bars, restaurants and nightclubs and an opportunity to shop in a setting that reflects the diversity of California's culture. Start collecting - you could soon be enjoying the holiday of a lifetime.

* TO find out more about Disneyland Resort in California, see Travel Pages 52-53.

HOW TO ENTER

FOR a chance to win one of these fabulous holidays simply collect three differently numbered Disney California tokens from the six we will be printing in the Daily Mail until Friday, February 2, 2001.We'll give you the entry address next week.You can also include up to one Bonus Token in your entry, which can be downloaded from the website - www.femail.co.uk - where you will also find further details about Disneyland California. …

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