Disneyland in Anaheim is finally reopened as of April 30th, 2021, after over 400 days closed due to the Corona Virus (412, if we are to be exact). Wow, that was a long haul, eh? The hitch for fans of the Park is that only California residents can get reservations!
So what is a Canadian to do? He relives his one and only visit to the Park by looking back over some of his pictures from 2013. Join me, won’t you?
I think the Disneyland Hotel pool areas completed a major refurbishment in 2011 or so with the addition of this wonderful Monorail-themed slide.
Just a quick view of the Matterhorn Mountain peaking out behind some Tomorrowland futurism.
Speaking of futurism, there goes Monorail Red. The sleek and retro Mark VII design was put into operation in 2008.
Merchandise. Need I say more?
The day is ending but not before some luminaries come out to mingle:
Chip and Dale.
The Partners Statue at night. Despite popular thought, this magnificent piece of sculpture was not in Disneyland when the Park opened. We had to wait until 1993 to see it.
This was a segment from the Paint the Night Parade that ran from May 22nd, 2015 – January 8th, 2017 right down Main Street USA.
And what better way to end a stroll down memory lane, and a night at any Disney Park, then fireworks! This flashy scene is from the Magical: Disney’s New Nighttime Spectacular of Magical Celebrations which ran from 2009 to 2014.
And now it’s time to say goodbye to all our blogging company. We always miss you when you’re not reading with us!
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