There is about a two foot long rainbow you fly over on Peter Pan, and it looked to be partly covered in dark filth today.
If you go soon, please report back if you notice this too, or if you observe that it's been cleaned.
We had an excellent day at Disneyland! The best part was the 4pm show of the Golden Horseshoe Revue. I've never seen my 7-year-old laugh harder than when Miss Lily Belle flirted with me during her song where she walks through the crowd. That crowd was about the best audience I've ever sat with, and the show is what made them cheer for the occasion. Surprisingly, I didn't miss the comedian, though I felt a little sorry for the two men in the cast who had so little to say & sing. I don't see how this show could have been better. This must be returned in all its glory to Disneyland for another 30 year run. I like how a CM pointed guests to the next available CM when ordering food before the show, but it shouldn't have taken us ten minutes to get one delicious root beer float, which was a good Disneyland value at under $5, in my opinion.
"Aladdin" is still going strong with a great cast, but it seems to be the first live theater experience for many young adults in the crowd. They need to be told more emphatically that texting during the show is not permitted. Also, the first part of "A Whole New World" is weird without the carpet soaring over the audience. Aladdin and Jasmine need to dance around the stage with the carpet or ride a carpet on stage during the whole song. Currently it reminds the scene in "Amadeus" where there is dancing during an opera without music--something was obviously & painfully missing. Other than that, this show had an excellent cast!
We had an enthusiastic and funny Jungle Cruise guide.
The Indy ride looks great except for one hallway which was totally dark both times we rode it, but shouldn't have been.
Great job to the janitorial staff that cleans the men's room closest to the Carnation Cafe--it wasn't just clean; it was perfectly clean.
And congrats to those who always seem to keep ALL of the lights on Mickey's Fun Wheel always lit at night.
Frustration on Buzz when our vehicle stopped about ten feet beyond where I could have hit the target on the first Zurg. No seven-figure score today.
We picked a most excellent day to go. It rained on our drive there and the rain stopped by the time we got off the parking tram, and the crowds were surprisingly small in both parks all day. There are a few attractions being refurbished, but we still felt like we only rode & saw a third of what we could have.
About 200 people watched the flag lowering ceremony with us, and that was special.