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Seems like we were just celebrating Disneyland Paris’ 15th Anniversary. But five years have indeed raced by and now we’re on the doorstep of the 3rd decade for the park. They’d better make it count, Disney’s themeparks are known for … Continue reading
A similar video made the rounds a few years ago, but it’s always fun to watch how Imagineering makes the magic. In this case it’s the “Castle Topping” ceremony when the highest spire of The Chateau de la Belle au … Continue reading
Disneyland gave itself a wonderful present yesterday for its 53rd Anniversary when it was announced that by late this year the Sleeping Beauty Castle Diorama would re-open with a new show. When the attraction is unveiled later this year, the … Continue reading
The big news coming out of the west coast this week is the possible re-opening of the much-missed Sleeping Beauty Castle walk-through attraction at Disneyland. The LA Times reports that construction crews have been seen moving in and out of … Continue reading