There are only a few attractions at Disneyland that can truly be classified as “classic” attractions. Certainly Pirates of the Caribbean is one of them, and Jungle Cruise too, but the other all time classic attraction is the Haunted Mansion. It is used as a yardstick by which all other newer attractions are measured. And [...]
Tag: New Orleans Square
Recently I had the privilege to go to dinner at the famous Club 33 at Disneyland. As many of you know, Club 33 is a private, membership-only club, located inside Disneyland. My DIS friends Jeff and Stacy Giovanniello were with me. It turned out to be a pretty amazing evening and I wanted to share [...]
It’s always Mardi Gras at New Orleans Square, but this time of year, the party is even bigger. Once again this year, Disneyland has created an event centered around the holiday, with special music and your favorite characters. The New Orleans Bayou Bash continues weekends through March 11th. Continue on for pictures from the event.
I can’t believe it’s that time of year again. The joy of the winter holidays are by far my absolute favorite time of the year and how they celebrate them at the Disneyland Resort is one of the things that keeps me wanting to go back each and every year. And now – Disneyland has [...]
On a recent visit to Disneyland Park, my family and I decided it was time to make the French Market in New Orleans Square our next stop on the Culinary Quest. We expected great things, especially when considering its proximity to Cafe Orleans and Blue Bayou.
Last week, two empty shop spaces in Disneyland Park were once again open for business. A new candy shop opened in Fantasyland on Wednesday and a designer purse and jewelry shop opened in New Orleans Square on Friday. Read on for more pictures and details.
Pride! Honor! Jubilation! Those are some of the feelings and emotions that are found anywhere you go, when a local hero comes back to his or her home town. You know, that is exactly the feeling I found when visiting Disneyland’s New Orleans Square this weekend. With the arrival of Disney’s First African-American Princess, Tiana, [...]