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Tag Archives: disneyland hotel
Yesterday morning, hundreds of Disneyland Resort cast members posed in the courtyard of the reimagined Disneyland Hotel to mark the end of the historic hotel’s multiyear renovation. Final touches to the porte-cochere and tower lobbies were added this month, following … Continue reading
Friday, August 19 was opening day of the D23 Expo (I’m working under the assumption that you are familiar with D23) and it kicked off with a bang. Or a mouse, as the case may be. It always starts with … Continue reading
Okay. Local 11 of the Unite Here union that’s currently battling Disneyland Resort over better working conditions and health care has a new video out featuring their ironic spokesperson Mr. Micky Mouth interviewing Roseanne Barr. Apparently this was part of … Continue reading
This is not a story that Disneyland likes to have told, but back in the late 80s and early 90s when Japan was enduring a long economic collapse, there were multiple occasions where troubled businessmen from Japan would book a … Continue reading