Spring Break is Over, But it is Still Busy
Along with quite a number of people, it seemed to be faster to just skip the trams and just walk
King Triton's Carousel of the Sea. Apparently, along with the security cameras and paint job, it will be recieving one new decoration piece. An "elaborate" Ride Operator console.
The "new" cleaned covered queue for the Fun Wheel. I am not too dissapointed that it did not recieve the enclosed queue like the models displayed. It would have been nice not only when it's hot and sunny, but also when it rains.
Happy Mom's Day antenna topper
And a Cinderella stage coach one as well
Looks like water weights
Are we in Disney's Alaska Adventure? Cause it reminds me of like an oil pipe line
More work under the Orange
This shot ... these two structures line up pretty much perfectly. When looking at this, I could only be reminded of the Pirates scene from "Remember... Dreams Come True" firework show at Disneyland. Will it be another "shoot out" ??
The BIG one!
Work continues on the new restrooms of San Fran
With the missing piece, are they starting to tear down the current one bit by bit now?
Some side panelling
As I head out of Disney's California Adventure, I turn and snap a shot of the tent with no obstructions.
Crossing the plaza
Looks like more filming during the 7pm performance of Celebrate! A Street Party.
Where the media people go. I guess Disney needs to advertise this "parade" because maybe the Guest reviews aren't really doing so great?
Working on Astro Orbitor
What if it turned out to be something like this ^
Soon this portion of the Buzz queue may be recieve the new square pavement that the majority of Tomorrowland recieved not too long ago
Strange cover design for the barriers
For a describtion of what may be happening for the Cosmic Waves, check out the blog below this one (April 21, 2009)
What is under this tarp?
Looks like some new brake pads, compared to the ones with just the circles on them
Some more walls
Goofy's shade has been retracted since it was nice and cool today
I guess this is a tribute to the old Tinker Bell toy shoppe. Kind of weird having two older gentlemen at the entrance of a place designed for girls.
Please Please PLEASE come in and visit.
I am guessing that since there are no more long lines at the moment for tickets, there is no need to place the big ad for the prices. So now it's time to put up the AP ad