Can't decide if I want to buy a case of the Wonderland vinyls or not. On one hand, I shouldn't be using the money to get it. But on the other hand, I'd regret not doing it once they're gone. And it's a good looking set, too. Everyone looks at least decent and it's mostly filled with good characters. What am I gonna do?... They're just figures...
Just wondering, how many of you are photographers? I know there are really talented P&S and phone camera photographers. So I'm talking about people who works at the art or do it professionally. I don't know why I'm asking. Just curious.
Is anyone else sick of getting scrap pins? I am... And the thing that bugs me the most is Disney's not even combating by securing the factories or some other sort of assurance that the stamps don't get in the wrong hands. Every other pin I'm getting is a scrapper. And CMs aren't even aware. This is such a problem for us honest consumers that pay our hard earned money to buy their fancy pieces of m More...
I was thinking, as I do on occasion, when a child is too scared of a ride, say, Mansion, the CMs will try to convince the child that the ride is not as scary as it seems and is rather fun. I'm not sure, but I'd assume they would mention that it's all fake and make believe. Now, if I'm not mistaken, isn't this ruining the magic? Doesn't doing this take out all the fun of the show? What if the child More...
So this came up last night and I thought I'd make a thread for it. I was wondering who has the best stories. Locals or Travelers? I don't have any good stories, so looks like Locals are down by one. haha. What's your best Disneyland Resort story?
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.”