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Tag Archives: New Orleans Square
Early Disneyland food options were limited mostly to carnival food and chicken dinners. Most of the restaurants were run by third party operators that Walt had brought in when he ran short of money building the park. These food locations … Continue reading
(photo courtesy LaughingPlace.com) When New Orleans Square’s original perfume shop, with its personalized perfumes, closed in the early 1990s many bemoaned the loss of some of the individuality associated with the theme park. The loss of the One of A … Continue reading
With the World Premier of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides set for tomorrow night, final touches along Disneyland’s Rivers of America are underway. In addition to the New Orleans Square theater setup, bleachers are expected on Main Street … Continue reading
The OC Register reports that the “Jewel of Orleans” store n the New Orleans Square section of Disneyland has decided to close its doors. The reasons are as you might expect, the economy just doesn’t justify keeping this location open. … Continue reading