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“It was July 1923 … With that wonderful audacity of youth, I went to Hollywood, arriving there with just $40. It was a big day, the day I got on that Santa Fe California Limited. I was just free and … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of the Art Deco style of architecture, which means I know I’ll love Buena Vista at Disney California Adventure when I finally get a chance to visit. In the meantime, I’ve seen plenty of photos, but … Continue reading
Like a scene out of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the Red Car Trolley’s roll through the new Buena Vista Street area of Disney California Adventure. The Red Cars are crucial to the feel of the area that takes you back … Continue reading
The new entrance to Disney California Adventure is meant to evoke that period of Los Angeles history as it might have been experienced by Roy & Walt Disney as they arrived and lived in Hollywood during the 1920s and 30s. … Continue reading