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Tag Archives: Disney’s California Adventure
Imagine a Hollywood movie where molten lava erupts in the middle of a theme park stranding park guests on a ferris wheel for hours with no easy way to evacuate. That’s what happened today at the Disneyland Resort’s Disney California … Continue reading
It is telling that one of the ways Imagineers fixed Disney California Adventure was by adding more of ‘Disney’ and Walt Disney’s personal history into the park. Part of that history became Buena Vista Street, which was supposed to represent … Continue reading
Can you believe thirteen years have passed since California Adventure first opened its gates? The park had a slow start out of the gate, but with a few remodels and expansions over the years, it’s now generally accepted as a … Continue reading
Can you believe it! This is the last DCA History Lesson! More importantly, the week we have been waiting for since it was announced in 2007, DCA’s 1.1 billion dollar expansion will finally be completed. Time has flown. To celebrate, … Continue reading