It has been a long time since the walls have been up at
Disney's California Adventure. Between
the walls up for World of Color's setup, the Paradise Pier redo, the Paradise
Pier new restaurants, the Cars
Land wall.... well you
get the idea right?
There have been walls at the entrance of Disney's California
Adventure for what seems like forever.
Walls in the Hollywood Backlot area to put in the Trolley tracks. We even have a new way to get to Tower of Terror because of the construction
Land has been an entry to Tower of Terror for a while now.
Are you used to staying to the left upon entry? (What happened to staying to the right, where
you do everywhere else at the parks and in life?) Are you used to walking backstage behind
Soarin' Over California and all the way around just to get to Monster's Inc.?
Has the congestion because of these wall driven you crazy
yet? Do you hate the small spaces these
construction boards have created in such a wide open park as California
2012 is here and in full swing. The Disney Blog has pictures of Cars Land
and it is looking good.
When we were there in December you could see the tower of
the building replacing Sun
Plaza. The entrance itself was no longer boarded up.
The entrance looked a bit like a futuristic ticket booth,
but I am sure when all the walls come down that it will fit into the design
This summer is the time.
D-day for California
Adventure. The reopening of much of the
park, and the grand opening of Cars
After more than two years of walls. Boards promising new and fantastic
things. Blue Sky Cellar making your
We are close now. I
can feel it in the air, and I am in sunny, warm Colorado.
January is almost over. June and
July are approaching quickly. Sure we
don't have an actual opening date yet, but we know it is happening this
summer. Buena Vista Street promises to be a
beautiful entrance. Cars Land
will bring three more attractions, restaurants and shops that all promise to be
very crowded this summer.
Yes, we are close enough that in the past week Andy and I
were wondering how all of the walls coming down will actually affect crowds at Disneyland. A new
E-ticket ride tends to be packed initially with lines over an hour long. So how will Cars
Land affect Disneyland
attendance? We don't know but it will be
interesting to see. Because we are going
to be doing something we never do. Our
family will be going to Disneyland this summer
to check out everything that will debut in about six months.
Those horrible walls surrounding much of the park will be
taken down and we will finally be able to see the new Magic that Disney is
getting ready to unveil.
In addition to the walls coming down, they will also be
debuting the Mad T Party this summer to replace the cult favorite
ElecTRONica. While I am not sure about
this step, everything else is something I am highly anticipating.
I can't wait for the walls to come down.
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