Tim Alcoser’s 1/10/13 Photo Report (Special Golden Horseshoe Photos!)

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Tim Alcoser went to the Disneyland Resort on the 10th of January. He captured limited magic of the Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue and continued construction at the resort. He reported:

I headed to the Disneyland Resort with Connor Purzycki to see the first public showing of the Golden Horseshoe Revue and the first of the many to come Limited Time Magic guests will get to enjoy this year. There are a lot of ride closures and refurbishments around the resort as is typical for this slow time of year, including Fantasmic. Princess Fantasy Faire is coming along very nice. Most of the Christmas decorations are down already, including the Christmas trees at DCA and Disneyland. Enjoy!

– Tim Alcoser

 

If you purchase multi-day tickets, these cast members are taking your picture with a small cell phone like device before you enter the parks.This is to fight multi-day ticket scammers who buy tickets for several days and
If you purchase multi-day tickets, these cast members are taking your picture with a small cell phone like device before you enter the parks.
This is to fight multi-day ticket scammers who buy tickets for several days and “rent” days out to people. Not against the law, but in direct violation of Disney policy.

There was already a line at park opening to reserve a spot to see the Golden Horseshoe Revue.
There was already a line at park opening to reserve a spot to see the Golden Horseshoe Revue.
The line wasn't too long, but it took a long time to get through because guests needed to sign a waiver that they may be filmed.
The line wasn’t too long, but it took a long time to get through because guests needed to sign a waiver that they may be filmed.
The Golden Horseshoe had several cameramen on hand.
The Golden Horseshoe had several cameramen on hand.
The band comes out in preparation for show start.

The band comes out in preparation for show start.

Can-Can girls start the show right.
The Golden Horseshoe had several cameramen on hand.
Ms. Lily makes her appearance.
She reflected light unto unsuspecting male guests and made her comments on some.
“Your single? No wonder your so happy” ~ Ms. Lily.
Lots of guest interaction.
Lots of guest interaction.
The fun is not limited to the stage.
The fun is not limited to the stage.
Main Street Station under refurbishment.  You cannot exit or enter the train from this location at this time.Primeval World and Grand Canyon Diorama are open.
Main Street Station under refurbishment. You cannot exit or enter the train from this location at this time.
Primeval World and Grand Canyon Diorama are open.

Fossil shop in Downtown Disney under refurbishment.
Fossil shop in Downtown Disney under refurbishment.
Cold but beautiful day at Disneyland.  High of about 55 degrees.
Movie advertising inside Innoventions.

Movie advertising inside Innoventions.

Toontown City Hall.
Gadget's Go Coaster in Toontown.
Disneyland Limited steams into Toontown Station.
Haunted Mansion Holiday decorations being taken down.
Mark Twain being repainted.
Mark Twain being repainted.
Work being done on Fantasmic.
Work being done on Fantasmic.
The line for the Golden Horseshoe Revue remained long throughout the day.
The line for the Golden Horseshoe Revue remained long throughout the day.
Vineyards at California Adventure.
Christmas trees and most Christmas decorations are down.
 

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    • You mean a lot of attractions are closed? This is about average for this time of year. I tend to really enjoy the parks in January because the crowds are all gone. For those who come to the parks once or twice a year, I can understand it can be dis-heartening not to be able to get on a certain ride because of a closure.

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