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Disneyland devotee visits park for 2000 days in a row

26 June 2017

DISNEY is well used to obsessed fans but one fanatical fella has topped them all by visiting its California theme park 2,000 days in a row.

This week, American Jeff Reitz, who lives in Huntington Beach, California, broke a Guinness world record and visited Disneyland for 2000 consecutive days.

He said: "I love walking around taking pictures, talking with cast members and guests". "I guess he finds it relaxing".

"It's become a living breathing thing along the way", the annual passholder said. "That would be true love, wouldn't it?" He has visited every restaurant. His favorite restaurant is Pizza Port in Tomorrowland.

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The Huntington Beach man tells the Orange County Register he began visiting with his ex-girlfriend in 2012 when both were jobless and wanted to keep their spirits up.

"I have memories of riding it with my mom and holding onto my blankie", he said. Here's what you need to know before you go. "I never expected that it would turn into this much when I started coming".

"I'm still having fun with it, that's the only reason I'm still doing this", Reitz said to KTLA.

Thanks to the many visits, he has advice for other, less regular, visitors; such as using the Disneyland app on their smartphones to keep up with wait times and ride closures, and to use Fastpasses for the really popular attractions. "With the summer time crowds and the heat I tell people to relax and have fun". But if you are like me, you can get your Disney fix in a seven-day trip to a Disney resort or park. He has gone every day ever since.

Disneyland devotee visits park for 2000 days in a row