Hey there, hi there, ho there! We headed down to the Disneyland Resort to take advantage of the gorgeous weather and see what there is to see. So come join us on this grand circle tour of both parks!
On Main Street, U.S.A., we were happy to see that the Crystal Arcade is visible again after its refurbishment, and now it has some shiny new panels.
These mirrored panels give a fun perspective as guests look up to look down while walking past.
Inside the Emporium, first edition of Mickey Mouse: The Main Attraction has arrived and it’s themed to Space Mountain. We got a pair of mouse ears, a Spaceman Mickey plush and a pin in our collection. You can see them all right here.
You can see our whole interaction with Mirabel on our YouTube page, or by clicking on the video below:
Dreams may come true in New Orleans, and our dream is for all of these refurbishment projects to finish up in a hurry! The walkways, the Sailing Ship Columbia, Tom Sawyer’s Island, Pirates of the Caribbean and Tarzan’s Treehouse are all currently covered in scrim or construction walls as projects sit in various stages of completion.
We’re glad to have the updates, but it does make for a more cramped experience walking through the land.
With Cafe Orleans on the left and French Market straight ahead, this becomes a dead-end at the entrance to French Market and guest traffic is funneled into the winding walkways of the French Quarter.
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Over in Tomorrowland, it’s much easier to check on some of the refurbishment and construction progress aboard the Monorail. Come ride with us!
Soaring over the lagoon of Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, we can see that scaffolding still surrounds much of the ride.
In Avengers Campus, Tanaleer Tivan has finally gotten around to replacing his Lightning Lane sign.
Ever since the Lightning Lane was introduced at Disneyland, there has been a placeholder sign that very clearly did not match the other signage at the attraction. But we noticed today that it has been replaced with a properly themed sign that matches the others.
Captain America was out today greeting guests and keeping an eye out for evil-doers.
Finally, we stopped by to check on our favorite Christmas trees in Paradise Bay that have now made it to the ides of March without being taken down. We really hope they stay up all year round, they’re as much part of the park as Grizzly Peak now.
Well, that’s it from us here at Disneyland. We’re glad you rode along. Be sure to leave a comment below, letting us know what you think of the photo report. We’ll see ya real soon!
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