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Wish we could make it out to the Candlelight Processional this weekend! Last year it was BEAUTIFUL! Jon Voight was amazing! He was so kind! Even amidst all the chaos, he zeroed in on our kids, and talked with them and even took the time to pose for a few pictures! Very sweet man! If you are lucky enough to go this weekend, enjoy!!!
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From Little Known Facts: "FAA regulations require that any building over 200 feet tall must have a red aviation light on top; because of that, the Tower of Terror (in California Adventure) was purposely built to be exactly 199 feet tall, as designers felt that a flashing beacon would destroy the illusion of a 1939 hotel."