Welcome to Part II of my Hong Kong Disneyland visit.
Because it's cheaper, we stayed at the Disney's Hollywood Hotel
After breakfast, we walk to Hong Kong Disneyland
Another view of Disney's Explorers Lodge under construction
A welcome sign greets us as we walk down the avenue of trees.
I love walking down here because it is quiet and you get to hear Disney theme background music.
Darth Vader waffles
Just a reminder, no selfie sticks allowed in Hong Kong Disneyland
To prevent Guests snapping a picture of their picture, Hong Kong Disneyland uses preventive tactics
Star Wars themed food items names
Flying Tie Fighters prevent snapping pictures of the on ride photos
Even though "it's a small world" had tarps on its facade, the attraction was still open for our enjoyment
Someone being a bit inconsiderate by using their light on their phone to record their voyage
Catching a showing of Mickey and the Wondrous Book
Of course, no Disney production wouldn't be complete without Olaf being in the act.
Olaf needs to get back to his story.
Please help him
Even though Olaf was part of the fun, I thought this production was so much better than Mickey and the Magical Map at Disneyland (California)
It's so hot and humid, ice cream sounds good right about now
Ugh, no round trips on this railroad
On our way to Fantasyland aboard the Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad
After getting off in Fantasyland, we get back in line to ride from Fantasyland back to Main Street USA
Unlike the Main Street train depot at Disneyland (California), this version has an elevator to get up to the second level loading / unloading
Wanna see how big their Lockers are?
I pretty much am standing at the foot of the door to the Lockers
It is so small
There's probably ... what ... like 200 lockers here
Some art on Main Street
Taking a raft to Tarzan's Treehouse
As night falls, little LEDs have been placed on some set up poles.
These were in Fantasyland near Winnie the Pooh.
The Park was getting ready for their Fireworks, so not sure if it had anything to do with it.
But I did notice these on Main Street as well, possibly for the Paint The Night Parade. I can't remember for sure.
But I remember thinking that these would be great in Disneyland (California)
That will conclude Part II of my Hong Kong Disneyland visit
Thanks for visiting and checking it out
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Until Next Time...