Hey mousewaiters! In march I'm taking my dad to the parks for his birthday. He hasn't gone in about 10 years. I go every 3 months or more. A lot has changed in 10 years and I want to show him a good time. I know for his birthday dinner I am making reaervations at carthay circle theater. However, I'm open for suggestions on other cool ideas that would make his birthday a little more magical!
I was told by someone who thinks they know everything... Don't we all know someone like that? Anyways I thought this would be the place to ask! She said that Disneyland had a dedication of some kind and had a special book that guests could sign and their names would be in it forever. I didn't believe her because I would have heard about it somewhere. But she said her boyfriends brother did it. Can More...
Radiator springs racers breaks down a lot, why? What seems to be the problem? To many people riding the riding? Is it to high tech and it has bugs that need to be worked out? Because its similiar to test track at WDW, and during my visit there test track didn't break down this frequently or not at all just curious on other thoughts!
Honestly is the Disney vacation club a waste of money? I've watched informational videos on it and they all seemed very nice however, a big waste of money. I would like opinions from members or other people who have looked into it.
Let's go back to July 17 2005, the 50th anniversry of disneyland. Is today worse or less busy as that day in Disney history? I was there and camped out all night to be one of the lucky ones on July 17! What an experience. Today would have be so cool to be there to experience this day in Disney history!
A personal favorite is the beautifully hand crafted music box
A fun video from 2013, the story behind the music box with Clopin, Figaro and the even watch the Tangled Tower being put into the Fantasy Faire:
Of course, no trip to the Fantasy Faire would be complete without a visit to the Royal Hall. Loved this artist rendition, that's just how my girls are when they enter the Hall. ::sigh::
Took this next part directly from Disney Parks Blog:
“After walking into our main entrance, you will first go through a garden-like setting before entering the reception hall,” said Michel Den Dulk, Creative Director of Fantasy Faire for Walt Disney Imagineering. “Once inside the Royal Hall, guests will discover a beautiful gothic interior with nice wallpaper, wall cresting, wood finishes and chandeliers.”
Passing through a series of spaces, including the Grand Hall, you’ll have the opportunity to meet as many as three Disney princesses, from classic stories such as “Cinderella” and “Sleeping Beauty.”
Dont forget to grab a sweet treat from Maurice's Treats! At the time, (isn't there more now?) the adorable cart featured 3 “Twists” and a new signature beverage: Boysen Apple Freeze.
In a tribute to the historic Carnation Plaza Gardens, a shield over the archway leading from Fantasy Faire to Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland displays the letters “CPG.”