Dining at the Disneyland Resort is part of the fun! But when you have a large family it could get quite expensive. Luckily, there are plenty of inexpensive dining choices at the resort. Think beyond hot dogs and hamburgers. Here are some interesting picks for inexpensive dining ($11 or less) at the Disneyland Resort: [Read more...]
I’m back again with another photo challenge. Last week we had a bit of a tuffy. Very few knew what it was and most didn’t bother to try.
But I don’t care! All that your silence means to me is that I know more than YOU, so HA!
This week’s challenge has two questions, so here we go:
(A) What classic Disney film does this old, bearded dude have a part in, and (B) exactly where in the Disneyland Resort can you find this carving of him?
And “exactly where” means the exact place. Answering something like “Downtown Disney” isn’t going to cut it.
Always keep in mind that “Disneyland Resort” means the whole resort: Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park, Downtown Disney, The Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa.
If you know the answer to this one, or you think you know, all you have to do is drop me a line. You can do this by:
Leaving a comment here (certainly the simplest way)
Send me a direct message on Twitter (@disgeekpaul)
or drop me an e-mail: [email protected]
I’ll keep your answers hidden so that more people can guess, therefore YOU will be able to see your answer, but no one else will. I need to keep it going as long as I can and give everyone a fair shot at it.
Tomorrow morning I’ll post the names of players who guessed correctly and reveal a new photo with the correct answer.
Have a great magical, and happy Humpday!
The new pool area is finaly complete and joins Tangaroa Terrace and Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tki Bar that opend earlier this week.
Classic Disneyland marque combined with replica monorail trains creates an experience that is both fun and nostalgic. According to the Disney Parks Blog, also comming to the pool area is a new D-Ticket themed pond. Guests will enjoy finding the subtle D-Tickets in the pool, which are reminiscent of the ticket books that were used in old Disneyland back in the day. This will be followed in late 2011 by an E-Ticket themed pool, in the area which previously featured the Never Land pool.
The new pool space will also include Mickey and Minnie themed spas located at opposite ends of the pool area. Also, when the pool area is completed, six new cabanas will be available, featuring flat-screen TVs, refrigerators, safes, phones and ceiling fans.
Below is a video that shows VP of Resorts and Downtown Disney, Tony Bruno, talking about the new pool area, as well as dining locations, and the new Fairy Tale and Big Thunder Suites. They recently joined the Mickey Mouse Penthouse and Pirates of the Caribbean suites.