On Monday we’re taking the kids to Disneyland. My parents are visiting from the east coast and Jake’s 2nd birthday is on Tuesday. We figured this would be a fitting time to visit the “happiest place on earth”.
It hasn’t been terribly long since we were at Disneyland but with all these freeways in SoCal I tend to get mixed up on where I’m going. Plus, my parents will be following in a car behind us so I really need to make sure I’m not making endless u-turns and making fast lane changes cause I’m lost!
Besides actually getting to Disneyland I’m going to need to figure out how to get around once I’m there. Now, I realize there are many iPhone apps for the Disney parks. I know because I have a few which are great. However, I’m curious how the TeleNav app does with walking directions.
Most people think of a Navigation app as something you use when you’re in a car. What’s so awesome about TeleNav is it will actually work when you’re on foot too! I haven’t been able to test out this feature too much but I figured there can’t be a more fun place than Mickey’s playground.
So, I’m going to do a follow up post and let you know the answers to the following questions:
1. Did my parents compliment me on how precise my directions to Disneyland were?
2. What types of places can I find in the Disneyland Park with TeleNav?
3. Will TeleNav successfully navigate me within the Park?
Now let me add that I may be placing unrealistic expectations on the app to actually guide me around a private park like this. There’s only one way to find out though. So stay tuned to an upcoming post, later this week, where I’m going to see if Mickey can give the TeleNav a big thumbs up!
Wait, Mickey doesn’t have thumbs…What do mice have? Ummm…
Disclosure: I am a member of the TeleNav Navigator in Chief dad panel and was provided compensation to participate. While I have received compensation to participate in the program as with anything that I review the opinions are 100% mine.