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Happy Easter everybody! If you haven't tried the Easter Egg hunt at the Disneyland Resort, I highly recommend it! You can pay $5 for a map and you get a prize at the end, or just go around hunting for free and you can get a pat on the back. 😉 There are 12 eggs in each park and I have the locations of the Disneyland Eggs below so stop reading if you want to hunt for yourself. Here we go! Tinkerbell can be found by the Partner's statue in the Hub: The Hub You can find Thumper by some bushes to the right of "It's A Small World": Small World The White Rabbit is hiding in front of the Matterhorn entrance: Matterhorn Donald Duck is right by the Briar Patch sign in Critter Country: Briar Patch Mr. Toad is in a tree by the Mad Tea Party: Mad Tea Party Goofy is in a Planter box by the entrance to the lockers on Main Street: Main Street Lockers Daisy is hiding on one of the balconies above the Club 33 door in New Orleans Square: New Orleans Square Pluto is taking a bath in a fountain just outside the Haunted Mansion and the New Orleans Train Station: Haunted Mansion Dale is on the roof of Tropical Imports near the Jungle Cruise: Jungle Cruise Mickey is in a window display for one of the candy shops on Main Street Main Street Chip is beside the Rancho Del Zocalo sign in Adventureland Rancho Zocalo Minnie is inside the Fortuosity Shop on Main Street: Fortuosity Shop The Egg-Hunt ends today - Easter Sunday - so if you're planning to do this, I'd hop to it! (Sorry I couldn't resist), or make plans to do it next year.  Happy Easter! Tommy Are you visiting Disneyland and want the perfect family hotel that's closer to the theme parks than TWO of Disney's own hotels? Look no further than the TripAdvisor fan favorite, the Howard Johnson Hotel and Water Playground! FIVE time award winner in the category "Top 25 Hotels for Families in the United States".