Robert Gauthier/ Los Angeles Times/ MCT Clients stroll along Main Street in Disneyland on Tuesday, May 20, 2014, in Anaheim, Calif. Associated Press Friday, June 23,
Reitz, 44, of Huntington Beach started visiting the park on New Year’s Day in 2012 with his former
girlfriend. The out of work Disney fans thought it would be an enjoyable way to maintain their spirits if they visited every day throughout that leap year. However after they got tasks and even after the relationship ended, Reitz kept going.”It’s become a living breathing
thing along the method,” he told the Orange County Register.
The Air Force veteran now operates at the VA Long Beach Health care System and makes time to
go to the park daily, in some cases alone and often with his present girlfriend, Karen Bell of Costa Mesa.”I like walking around taking images, talking with cast members and guests, “he stated. Reitz has tried essentially every trip and restaurant in Disneyland and the adjoining Disney California Experience Park.
His favorite dining establishment is Pizza Port in Tomorrowland. His favorite ride is the Matterhorn Bobsleds, which he first rode when he was 2.” I love sitting in the front row, holding the deal with and leaning into the turns,” Reitz said. However”there’s absolutely nothing I would turn away from,”he stated.
Reitz has some guidance for Disneyland visitors: Get the Disneyland app for mobile phones to keep up with wait times
and flight closures and use the FastPass system to reserves times for
the most popular attractions.”The number one thing I inform people is to bring your patience,”Reitz stated.”With the summer time crowds and the heat I inform people to relax and have a good time.” Reitz does not know for how long he’ll keep making day-to-day visits to the park however notes his current yearly pass is good up until next January.”I’ve gotten to experience a lot of the magic of Disney that
it continues to be fun for me,”he stated.” And that’s why I’ve still chosen to keep coming every day.”