Today's the day that the walls come down around New Orleans Square. So I made sure I was up early so I can be inside Disneyland, preferably near Adventureland or Frontierland so I can make my way over to New Orleans Square to get some shots before it gets crowded over there.
They had just started to let people into Disneyland
I don't know why these posters couldn't be treated like what Disney did for the Jingle Cruise poster that were handed to those Guests exiting the Christmas time version of Jungle Cruise. #LimitedTimeMagic
That way everyone gets a chance to get one.
Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln was closed today.
Cast Members were invited to see classic footage of Disneyland, as well as looking at several Walt Disney Archive items, including Captain Rex from Star Tours
Making my way down Main Street U.S.A.
At this time, they were forming a line already for those that intend to Anna and Elsa Meet and Greet from Frozen.
The queue starts to curve to the left of the Hub and stops near the green umbrellas
They were then walked through the Castle and to the Meet and Greet location before the Park officially opened
Made it to New Orleans Square
I already miss the days when one could look down this street into the courtyard.
Why doesn't this have any sort of trimmings on it like the buildings next to it.
Maybe because it doesn't have any kind of balcony
Speaking of balconies..
There is a gap between the two columns.
Where's the fall protection
Also, because of the new walkway, parts of the balcony had to be shaved off for installation.
Why couldn't they have extended the balcony trimming to the actual wall of the walkway?
When I got there, the doors to the Court of Angels were open.
I inched my way closer to it, but didn't want to go inside.
There were still painters and suits walking around that area and I didn't want to get into any kind of trouble
The Angle that once graced this area is now... a plant
I wonder how easy these flower lamps will break from people walking up and down the stairs.
Some may be carrying bags or walking side by side.
You don't belong here
You are not a paying member
So I'd advise you to just leave
Close those gates!
I don't want any non-members snooping around here
Club 33 members waiting to get in
Well now that the gates are closed, I'll just wander around the Square
At least this side has a balcony.
So it sort of matches with the buildings next to it
It's curtains for you!
The new entrance to Club 33 which is where the old Ornament shop use to be
Walt sent me
Hmm... I guess since the Club has changed... so has the password
One of the gas lamps that adorn the side of the entry door
Spider web railings
Some decorations adorn some of the New Orleans Square balconies
The Dr is back
It seems like these garden lamps and the look from Princess and the Frog were inspiration
The old logo still exists at the moment
The reminder sign about the Splash Mountain 25th anniversary poster, which can be obtained near the exit of Splash Mountain
And there is the pick up spot for the poster
And there is the poster
Work still takes place on the rooftops of New Orleans Square
Some sort of set up taking place near Big Thunder Ranch
I am guessing it might have something to do with
"The Music of Nashville"
Over at Finding Nemo...
The First Aid location at the end of Main Street provided privacy and seclusion.
But this temporary location puts out there for anyone to see who is needing medical attention
Maybe this lamp is used during the late night hours while construction takes place for the Main Street corridor
Now to Disney California Adventure...
A tarp covers the back side of the Toy Story Midway Mania queue structure
Over at Radiator Springs Racers...
Misters have been placed along a small portion of the queue
The fan inside blows the mist outwards
As it got closer to the operation of the fans, themed decals were placed on them
These misters have been planned for months and were finally installed
Supposedly the water will evaporate before it even hits the ground
That way there won't be any puddles on the ground and Guests won't get "soaked" while underneath it
Look at all those shorts to eat out of
That will conclude today's pictorial
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