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Tag Archives: paradise pier
Although I’m not 100 percent pleased with the expansion of the Paradise Pier theme of California Adventure, I am happy they managed to save the Corn Dog Castle. Corn Dogs from the Little Red Wagon inside Disneyland have always been … Continue reading
Disney has a new video highlighting the transformation of the former Route 66 section of California Adventure into an extension of Paradise Pier. The improvements are scheduled to be complete by July 1. The main thrust of the special behind-the-scenes … Continue reading
Another ride at California Adventure has re-opened after its make over; the Silly Symphony Swings was formerly the “Orange Stinger”. The attraction is moving from the spirit of Route 66 to the Paradise Pier theme without even moving an inch. … Continue reading
The latest sign of expansion and “re-Imagineering” in California Adventure park is the new illuminated “Paradise Pier” sign on the “California Screamin’” roller coaster. After the famous Mickey Ears were completely removed the sign was onstalled overnight between Thursday and … Continue reading