Ready for another weekly Disneyland Resort pictorial?
Well, of course you are. Otherwise, why would you be here?
Unless, somehow you clicked on a link, and then clicked another link, and then another, and another, and another, and somehow ended up here.
Either way, I am glad you are here.
So let's start our day in Disney California Adventure
Unfolding the Disney California Adventure Guide Map
Upon closer inspection ...
It states that to get a FastPass for Radiator Springs Racers, it is being distributed next to It's Tough To Be A Bug, which is indicated by the number 14
Looking at the map, It's Tough To Be A Bug is number 13
So what's number 14?
14 is Francis' Ladybug Boogie.
I wonder if anyone has gone over there and asked about Radiator Springs Racers FastPass
Also, number 20 has returned.
But now instead of Luigi's Flying Tires, it is for Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters
And the picture has even changed from tires to little cars
According to the Disney Parks Blog, before they removed the information, they mentioned that Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters would have opened on Jan 19, 2016.
So these maps, which are printed way in advanced, would have been accurate for Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters, if it had opened
So many people waiting for the Park to open at 9 a.m.
Those entering Grizzly Peak Airfield were headed to Soarin' Over California
I headed towards Paradise Pier so I can ride Mickey's Fun Wheel
Testing continues with Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters
Some work being done at the Blue Sky Cellar.
I guess they are preparing themselves for the Disneyland Resort AP Days in February
In February, catering to the Disneyland Resort Annual Passholders (no one else, even though day Guest shelled out $$$ already to be there), animated Disney shorts will play in the Blue Sky Cellar, Stage 17, and The Opera House in Disneyland
Take that 1-Day and Multi-Day ticket holders!
Speaking of Disneyland, it's time to head over there now.
Unfolding the Disneyland Guide Map
This map has been updated to indicate that the trail around Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is closed to foot traffic
Donald was taking pictures at the Disneyland Railroad Main Street station
Taking a look at the Ernest S Marsh
Love this smokestack
The Adventureland entrance is now open for your walking convenience
Walking to the Frontierland station
For Cast Members to get across?
As I snap a few shots, I am told that I can walk across the bridge to the other side
The death scene from "Two Brothers" segment of "Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln
Kalamazoo-la Mechicka Boola Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo
After inviting us into the foyer, the Butler closed the doors on us
Can't have a haunted mansion without lightening
The wall blocking the entrance to Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes received some decoration in the form of Frontierland and Critter Country attraction posters
Via Disneyland Railroad? Not the Mine Train
What could this indicate?
Elements inspired by Natures Wonderland being imported into the new Disneyland Railroad?
Some history with the Mark Twain
Dr. Facilier greets Guests aboard the Mark Twain
Tables and chairs on the Mark Twain.
Can we eat on here?
Waiting for my Mint Julep
Just relaxing since this boat isn't going anywhere for another year and a half (according to the Cast Members manning the boat)
Maybe the should cover up this sign or remove it for the time being.
Can't access Fantasyland from the Big Thunder Trail. It's closed, remember.
The Disneyland Guide Map says so
And they even expanded the wall so that you can't peak around it
Small World Holiday being transformed back to Classic "it's a small world"
Is Autopia finally getting repainted to match the rest of Tomorrowland's blues and silvers?
I guess Honda's money is getting put to good use
Walking down Main Street as I head home....
The Flower Market on Center Street
These flowers are real
And they smell nice
That will conclude today's pictorial
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Until Next Time...