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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Great info Gregg. Just curious did you notice if they have a separate handicap viewing area?

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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Quote Originally Posted by pratt55 View Post
    Great info Gregg. Just curious did you notice if they have a separate handicap viewing area?
    Yes they do.

    But you get kinda wet.
    We were in that reserved wheelchair area on Sat June 12th (red section....and big opooppps....somewhere else I said yellow...but it was red).
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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Pratt, If you look at the picture from the area we were standing the Handicap area is the next level down and to the left (closer to Ariels Grotto). We tried to sit down there but were told we couldn't because they were handicapped. They are good seats, but as DLFreak71 said, you may get a little wet. We got misted on.

    One time we do want to get in the soak zone just to say we did it.


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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    One time we do want to get in the soak zone just to say we did it.
    Some wore poncho's in the "Soak Zone"
    We were the wet zone.
    Luckily for the heat in the show, we got a little warm due to the breeze pushing mist our way.
    Once June is over and the cooler nights are gone (ok, anything below 75 is cool for us Arizonians), the mist will feel good.

    The Handicapped areas are good and bad.
    The light poles can get in the way.
    The projection images also didn't seem so bright...something's didn't come out so clear (I don't know if that's true for any space)
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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    I need some help, my dad used his credit card to order the picnic meals for us, but the thing is, only me and my friends are going. on the order confirmation, it said we need a photo ID and the credit card, how would this work out?

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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Hey thanks for the trip report. Does anyone have a diagram of the seating sections? You said that those who order picnics get blue or yellow passes? Would it help if I showed up super early to get my pass? What is the best color?

    Sorry for all the questions. I just really do not want a bad view off to the side, and I really want to see the lower lasers.




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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Hey Micechatters

    Here's a video and a couple of pictures from yesterday.


    I got the Taste of Asia and The European Antipasto.


    Taste of Asia was Okay.


    The European Antipasto was the most
    disgusting food ever! I almost threw up when eating one of the cheese. The only thing I ate from the meal are the crackers, things on the stick, and the cake. The rest were tossed away.

    I like the presentation of the meal.


    Here's the HD video from yesterday:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dijvxR-tVzo"]YouTube - Picnic Meal for World of Color - Disney's California Adventure 6.13.10[/ame]

    Here are the pictures:






    My Brand New Youtube channel -"SoCal ATTRACTIONS 360"
    http://www.youtube.com/SoCalAttractions360


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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Quote Originally Posted by light1dragon View Post
    I need some help, my dad used his credit card to order the picnic meals for us, but the thing is, only me and my friends are going. on the order confirmation, it said we need a photo ID and the credit card, how would this work out?
    They did not ask for the credit card or ID when I picked up my picnic. I didn't see them asking anybody. So you should be fine.


    Quote Originally Posted by senseiz View Post
    Hey thanks for the trip report. Does anyone have a diagram of the seating sections? You said that those who order picnics get blue or yellow passes? Would it help if I showed up super early to get my pass? What is the best color?

    Sorry for all the questions. I just really do not want a bad view off to the side, and I really want to see the lower lasers.
    Well, the people I know only got Blue and Yellow passes, not sure if anybody else got a different color or now.

    I'm still trying to figure out how many sections there were. I think there were Orange, Green, Blue, Yellow and Red. There may have been another one in there somewhere?


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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    Well, the people I know only got Blue and Yellow passes, not sure if anybody else got a different color or now.

    I'm still trying to figure out how many sections there were. I think there were Orange, Green, Blue, Yellow and Red. There may have been another one in there somewhere?
    I heard there is a special area for past Dream Suite winners.
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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    i got picnic and still sat dead center

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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Quote Originally Posted by Duck44 View Post
    I heard there is a special area for past Dream Suite winners.
    Well, you should check that out then.


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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Ok thanks for the info




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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    They actually checked my ID yesterday.
    I'm sure if they ask, "my dad bought them" will be acceptable.

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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Sounds like a lot of fun! You must be a nice person to wind up getting Jiminy every time you take the personality test, (I am sure I would get him if I was a Boy), I get Mulan. I guess she is the female version of the morality patrol. It's funny because my husband gets Mushu...How does that thing know?
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    Re: World of Color Fastpass and Picnic review (and other stuff too)

    Thanks for the great update, we're heading to Disneyland in 11 days and counting! We've already pre-purchased our picnic lunches, great way to secure seats without the crazy FP Lines in the morning. Great tip on having the kids bring their DS to pass the time - this will really help!!!

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