Visiting Dodger stadium was a dream come true for our lifelong Dodgers fan who had never been to the stadium or the city of LA. What a thrill it was. The fact that the ballpark is still going strong for the many years of the franchise's tenure in LA, and still looks fantastic says a lot about the pride of the loyal base of Dodger fans. I liked the fact that its design reflected the land on which it sits, and that it has a unique Southern California feel - for a stadium should belong to its fans and their city in every way. My Dodger Dog was quite tasty. There weren't too many food hawkers in the seats, unlike most of the major league parks I have been in, so one did have to get up to get food. Not a big deal for us, but might be an issue for others. We were there for Friday night fireworks too, and the opportunity for fans to walk on the field for the fireworks was unbelievable to me. What a great show and sheer pleasure to watch the children dance on the field to the music being played! Paying for reserved parking was an extremely good idea, and getting there early and leaving as late as possible really helped us get out of the parking lot without any hassles. The real star though was the team and the game -- for we watched a great and storied franchise defend the top of their division -- while being part of a memorable night for a lifelong fan that had the time of his life.