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Tag Archives: Anaheim
Please welcome guest author Zoë Periale with this report from the new Iron Man 3 exhibit at Disneyland: With the third movie in the Iron Man series up for release at midnight tonight, a new exhibit has cropped up in … Continue reading
Back in the day when I used to haunt the original Disneyland park in Anaheim, I looked to take whatever walking tour Guest Relations would offer. If there was no new tour on the horizon, there was often an unofficial … Continue reading
Yesterday the news was flying fast and heavy from the Disneyland Resort. Fires, attraction closures, and long lines were the order of the day. Today, two major attractions remain unexpectedly closed while Disneyland completes safety inspections and upgrades. I’ve been … Continue reading
In addition to creating “The Happiest Place on Earth”, Disneyland was innovative in many other ways. In the 50’s, believe it or not, waiting lines at banks or airports were traditionally a straight line. Sometimes a movie theater would bend … Continue reading