Have you ever wanted to visit the magical land of wonder and happiness but avoided going because of all the congested freeways? As much as I love Disney it can be kind of unbearable to get to this magical place. After all, shouldn’t it be as easy as wishing upon a star? Surprisingly, it can be…especially if you don’t have a car.
Getting There, and Going Green
I took the Red Line for only $1.75 from Universal City to Union Station. Then, I boarded the Pacific Surfliner train southbound to Anaheim for $12.48. Throughout the entire duration of my trip I kept wondering to myself “why haven’t you done this before?” It was that easy and worry-free! For those of you who are balling on a budget because Disney’s admission is steep, there is a discount code “V712” available to use for 20% off your train ride to and from Los Angeles.
Time It Perfectly
Once I exited at the Anaheim Station, I hopped on the Disneyland complimentary shuttle. By that point, I was feeling amazing from the Baby Jeeter I smoked along the way. I chose to smoke a Jeeter from Dreamfield because I knew I wouldn’t be able to bring any product into the park with me. Their .5g short dog walker pre-roll is ideal for on the go situations.
Plus, it was nice knowing that I did a green thing before I got to Disney, a green thing by taking the train to Disney, and then enjoyed more green things to say congrats to all my green-ness.
Winding Down With CBD
After an exhausting day walking around the park, I was looking forward to enjoying a topical from Humble Flower Co when I got home. To be specific, it’s the 1:1 THC to CBD ratio Jasmin Clary Sage Balm. The texture and serene smell relaxes my body and my mind after I apply it to my temples and sore muscles. If you want to be extra like me, grab a heavy CBD tincture like Papa & Barkley’s 30:1 CBD to THC ratio to really take it to another level. With a topical and tincture in hand I knew I was ready for a great night of sleep after a fun-filled, magical day.
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