Today we have a rather large update from Disneyland and Disney California Adventure for you to feast your eyes on. During our visit last weekend we were kind of all over the place, which was a good thing.
So this update has a bit of construction stuff, some Galaxy's Edge stuff, and some food and wine stuff (which we WILL get back to soon). Enjoy!
Written by Gregg Condon
Me: My kids are grown, I avoided ever getting a mini van!
Disneyland: Hold our Moof Juice.
Our first stop in the morning was to get the Indy pop. I have to be 100% honest, I didn't realize it was a big one. When we walked into Wunderland Gallery in Downtown Disney to get ours I was shocked, as you can see below.
Before taking Indy back to the car for the day, had to take him around the park a bit.
After getting our Rise boarding group (18 FTW) I had to actually leave to run an errand. We made it to Rise with 5 minutes to spare.
I also had to try out my new iPhone 11 Pro, rather impressed with the results. Check out a Rise of the Resistance Slide Show below.
Video of the amazing ROTR Pre-Show and "transport"
Jake and I also had some fun and did a reverse POV
The extensive rehab for The Haunted Mansion is continuing
Apparently some of these scrims have come down since Saturday
Over at DCA we took a quick look at the Food and Wine festival. Didn't try any treats, but we'll be back.
Avengers Campus construction is continuing as well.
As well as the admin building next to Luigi's.
They're still claiming "Summer" for this to open. We'll see.
There was some cone'struction going on in Cars Land
Back over at Disneyland, couldn't remember if we had a shot of this during our last update
And there was this thing.
If you've followed our site for any length of time you'll know we are huge fans of single rider lines. That said, not sure it really works for Star Tours. I think our wait was pretty much the same as the stand-by line.
No lie, I don't think I'd ridden "regular" Space Mountain since 2012. So yay!!
Wonder if they'll bring back the Dick Dale soundtrack for 90's night? That would be worth the admission alone.
After saying goodbye to Jake (he had woof'ers to take care of) I went and did some other single rider things. Like Indy!!
Look into my eyes
Mark Twain ... Maaaaark Twaaaiiiin
It was a beautiful late afternoon, so decided to do a POV of the Mark Twain
Sunset over Galaxy's Edge
Did single rider on the Falcon. I had only done this once before, as a pilot. I will say, there is definitely a difference between being a pilot and an engineer. The ride itself was still a ton of fun, more a difference in the movement of the cockpit.
Another slideshow, because why not. :)
What a piece of junk
There was some kind of lightsaber meet in Galaxy's Edge. This was super cool. These photos aren't watermarked so if you participated and want to use any of them, feel free to do so. :)
I had never noticed all of the hidden mickey's before
Over in Fantasyland, some work going on with the Carousel and Snow White
It's going to look amazing when it's done
Goodnight sweet Disneyland. We'll be back soon!!
It's time for another update from Walt Disney World where there seems to be a major project going on at every park. Well, 3 out of 4. =)
Today we're taking a look at Disney's Hollywood Studios as they are beginning the celebration of their 30th year. This update features a look at Star Wars Land and the all new Incredibles area.
Written by Renée Girard
It’s a good day when you snag a Slinky Dog Dash FP when you wake up. Still bringing in the crowds with a 110 minute wait.
A peek at the current Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge construction.
The 30th anniversary banners for Disney’s Hollywood Studios are appearing throughout the park.
I’m pretty psyched that Num Num Cookie has made its way to the east coast.
The new Incredibles area has made good use of the former Pixar Place at DHS.
The Edna Mode experience and Super Shindig are some of the great character interactions you can find at the Incredible Celebration.
The news reporter and other actors appearing as citizens of the city of Municiberg are very entertaining.
The artwork along the walls for An Incredible Celebration are definitely appealing to those looking for those Instagram-worthy photos.
Always awesome to see the March of the First Order along the streets of DHS.
Today we've got a quick update from Disney's Hollywood Studios.
We'll take a look at both Star Wars Land and Toy Story Land as well as a few pics of the soon to be Yesterland The Great Movie Ride (Land). Land, Land, Land. =)
Written by Renée Girard
Upon entering Disney's Hollywood Studios toll plaza, you can get a pretty good look at the beginnings of Star Wars Land taking shape.
Construction still going strong on Toy Story Land.
A bit more of Star Wars Land construction over by Star Tours.
The new look for Muppet-Vision 3D entrance. Still my favorite 3D movie in all the Disney parks!
Only a few weeks left for this classic DHS attraction, The Great Movie Ride.
Gotta admit that I'm sad to see The Great Movie Ride nearing the end. It's one of those WDW dark rides I still remember going on as a kid.