It was so nice to go back to the Parks on my normal Thursday. Compared to last Friday, today was a bit more tolerable.
Started at the Toy Story Lot again. With this long line taking place, it took about 27 minutes from getting in line to arriving at the drop off in the Esplanade
Heading towards Tower of Terror
People must have read the Disney Blog reminding everyone to catch Aladdin before it goes away Aug 15
This area is still closed.
These look like peaches beginning to grow
The steal structure as seen from the Pacific Wharf restrooms
Taking a step back from the previous spot
Paradise Park.. still delayed from yet another "opening" date of March 20
"In Yo Face!" princess stuff. Not only will there be strollers in my way for picture taking, but also a lot of mama's and papa's browsing and buying
The time laps camera is missing
-Aboard Mickey's Fun Wheel-
Normally I don't do shots with the cage of the gondolas displayed in the pictures. But with the crowds being as they are, and the CM's putting small groups together in the same gondola (which I have no problem with), for some time, my pictures will have the cage displayed when I have no other way of getting shots
I am looking forward to how this structure turns out. It seems that some people don't understand why Disney is taking it's time with the structure and just get the Swings (which is a simple ride) into operation. But with Mickey's Fun Wheel getting shafted out a nice queue, especially when the model in the Blue Sky Cellar has a wrap around structure, it is wonderful that this structure is still going strong and wasn't cut for any budget reasons.
Radiator Springs Racers
Looks like the remaining lamp posts behind the wall all have brackets in place for the bubble machines
I haven't really seen much of a line for this, although every performance I have attended have been at least 75% full