It was reported, last night, by wdwnt.com along with other Disney news outlets that the Main Street Electrical Parade will be making its last run down Main Street at Walt Disney World on October 9th. No word on what will be replacing the night-time parade at the Magic Kingdom.
A version of the Main Street Electrical Parade will be making a “limited-time appearance” at Disneyland starting on September 5th when Paint the Night parade ends it’s run there. September 5th also marks the return of the original World of Color show at Disney’ California Adventure. This will replace the current 60th anniversary show currently running.
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Welcome to Food Friday. Friday’s will be spent discussing either Disney restaurants or sometimes a specific Disney Food. This week, we are talking about a specific Disney food….the Fried Chicken platter at Disneyland Park’s Plaza Inn.
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Wednesday’s are now devoted to bringing the readers up-to-date with what is going on the world of Disney with news stories (and a take or two from me from time to time). Wednesday’s will also focus on what is going on in the parks as well with attraction and show guides as well. This week, we are going to focus on mainly the news but we are going to start with a big change that is coming to Disneyland.
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After an evening with friends, we were up and ready to go right at park open. The only parts of the park that we had attacked were Fantasyland, Toon Town, and parts of Tomorrowland. We headed straight to Fantasyland and, most importantly, we went straight to Peter Pan’s Flight. Even at park open, we had to wait about 30-40 minutes for the attraction, however, most of that time was spent dealing with a mechanical issue with the ride. The good news was even with this wait, there were not enough people in the park to create extended wait times on other attractions.
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Recently, Disney announced the construction of a 14-acre Star Wars Land at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Some of the impacts of Star Wars Land have already been felt at Walt Disney World with some attractions closing. Late last week, Disneyland announced that Fantasmic!, The Disneyland Railroad, The Mark Twain Riverboat, Davy Crockett’s Canoes, Sailing Ship Columbia, and the Pirate’s Lair will all close for at least a year to make way for the Star Wars Land construction. My questions are: did this need to take place so quickly and why disrupt Disneyland Park during the 60th Anniversary celebration?
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