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Tag Archives: Disney’s California Adventure
The Carthay Circle theater may be the center piece for Buena Vista Street, the new main street of Disney California Adventure, but the beautiful art deco fountain is the hub. In the following video Imagineer Lisa Girolami shares some insight … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but if I lived in California, I would be jumping for those D23 tickets to go do a Carsland and Buena Vista Street walk-through before the official opening on, everyone together now, JUNE 15th! But, … Continue reading
It is part three of my DCA History Lesson! Every week I will be bringing you a look back at something from DCA’s past, leading up to the June 15th grand re-opening of the park. So come along as we … Continue reading
This is me and my boys. I’m looking at the construction being done on the Carthay Circle Theatre in Disney’s California Adventure. My kids are just looking at a wall they can’t see over. Score one for tall (and old). … Continue reading