37. Find all the Hidden Mickeys
There are more than 100 of them hidden throughout the park, from manhole covers in Toontown to a silhouette of one in the Big Ben clock tower on Peter Pan's Flight. You've got the rest of your life to find the rest.
38. Step inside Walt's apartment
Again: good luck. Disney's private home away from home looks down upon the Main St roundabout from atop the nearby fire station (the light is always left on, in tribute). It's typically only seen via V-VIP tours -- and even then it isn't always included, or approached for more than a glimpse. Still something of a mecca for those who think the innovator might someday be cryogenically unfrozen and reside here once more.
39. Do Disneyland and Disney World in the same day
This'll cost ya, obviously, and it's a rather dubious honor, but still, how cool would it be to say you rode BOTH Space Mountains in less than double-digit hours? Answer: VERY COOL. It’s also entirely possible: start when Orlando opens, catch a timely flight, and you could make it to Anaheim well before fireworks. Abet such madness by purchasing a bicoastal annual pass for just over a grand.