Thursday, April 28, 2011

Construction Progress In The Land

With reports that the week following Easter Sunday have been slow, and taking a look out the window at the Toy Story Parking Lot, I didn't feel that I needed to "rush" over early to the Disneyland Resort

Even just taking some time, my friend and I were able to get there a little after 10:30am.

Once at the Main Entry Plaza, all was very quiet.

Heading inside to California Adventure

Is this the start of the "pump house"?

Looking back at Carthay as we make our way to Paradise Pier

The Little Mermaid attraction building

The light poles in front of the Little Mermaid attraction receive their bubble machines

Scaffolding has been taken down to reveal a new paint scheme for the Seaside Souvenirs lighthouse

- Mickey's Fun Wheel -

Looking at Cars Land construction

Themed bubble railing underneath the arch.  There also seems to be a couple of poles with rope "queue" right behind it.

Corn Dog Castle with some scaffolding

The trees between Goofy's Sky School and Corn Dog Castle have some small railings around their base

Is Disney Channel Rocks worth putting on for 35 people

Mater's Junkyard Jamboree's progress

An overview of spectators watching Disney Channel Rocks.

Is this wooden fence extended queue for Goofy's Sky School?

I don't think this was the best color scheme choice for the Seaside Treasures stand

What is up with all the blue again?

Bubble Gum and Cotton Candy Flavor

Trying to get a peek at the Little Mermaid sign

Bubble machines have appeared over at the Hollywood Pictures Backlot

Wow! The marquee's missing neon looks to be completed now

Don't miss!
Supposedly not a whole lot of people are venturing back in this area for the many showings of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 3D sneak peek.

The tarps are down from the Disneyland Emporium and Crystal Arcade

The Innoventions sign is back, but this is not the entrance

Riding the monorail to catch a glimpse of the Carthay Circle Theatre construction

The building next to the Mark Twain boat dock

Setting up for the Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides movie premier at Disneyland

The Columbia ship is docked

For the setup of bleachers, ropes are all that is needed to protect Guests

With the setup down in front of Pirates of the Caribbean, the Veranda has been used as a temporary stroller parking area

Guest Control Cast Members have been set up all along the Rivers edge to answer questions and to keep watch

That will conclude today's pictorial
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Until next time...

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