End of the Holidays and a New Tropical Hideaway

Hello Disney Fam!

It’s been a long time since my last post; it’s been a busy (but productive) year since then. But before I get into all that, here’s a quick update on the latest at Disney. Starting at California Adventure I ran into this little beauty! As always, please feel free to click on the smaller photos for full resolution.


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The Happiest Place on Earth…Under Construction

The holidays are now over and it’s refurbishment time at Disneyland.


From the moment you enter, things are different.  The tram loading up top is different from the usual loading area.


The old loading area to the left is now closed due to construction that will be starting soon on a new parking structure next to Mickey and Friends. The tram will be rerouted to accommodate the new structure coming soon.

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Saying Goodbye to Small World Holiday

Hello Day Dreamers!

Whelp, the holidays have now come and gone.  Thankfully that also means the 2 week blackout period for all Annual Passholders has passed.  But unfortunately that also means the end of the Holidays at Disneyland.  This post is simply going to be a look back at It’s a Small World Holiday version and all it’s wonderful light filled glory.


And here’s a few from different angles…

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Disneyland Candlelight Procession 2017

Welcome Everyone!

I finally got a chance to get my pictures together from this years’ Candlelight Procession at Disneyland.

For the uninitiated, the Candlelight Procession is an annual musical retelling of the story of “The First Christmas”, which features a massive choir and a special guest narrator. The music is provided by The Disneyland Symphony Orchestra complete with fanfare trumpeters and is held at the Main Street USA Train Station in Disneyland. The event itself is about 45 minutes long and is only reserved for special VIP guests who are seated in the main square of main street; but the general public is allowed to crowd around the perimeter to also watch the show.

Now when I say it’s a massive choir….I mean about 550 people massive.  I have to say, they sound utterly amazing.  Here is a quick 2 minute video of the choir traveling down Main Street to the Train Station. Sorry about the shakiness and quality of the videos; nighttime video and wall to wall people does not make for the best video conditions. 🙂


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Pixar Pier Coming in 2018

Hello Disney Day Dreamers,

It was announced this past summer at D23 that Paradise Pier at Disney California Adventure park would be transformed from Paradise Pier to Pixar Pier in Summer 2018.  This week they have released the first images and information of the transformation.Pixar Pier

The transformation will serve as an enhancement to the area changing many of the Paradise elements to Pixar themed attractions and character interactions. There will be four new neighborhoods all taken from the Pixar movie worlds. The first and biggest change will be the California Screaming Coaster being transformed into the Incredicoaster.

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