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Why are you asking people to help you if you're the one running the blog? You should be doing the answering
Anonymous asked

I answer plenty of questions, but that doesn’t mean I’m a flawless individual who knows everything there is to know about Disneyland. Sooo yeah, there’s your answer.

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I think the Star Tours Rebel Spy is chosen by cast members because a friend and I kept making faces hoping we'd be selected but our friend between us kept saying "I've been on this ride countless times and never got it so don't even try." Our friend in the middle became the rebel spy.
cheeburgs asked

Ohhh so they probably overheard your friend and chose her on purpose? That makes sense. I always try to see if I can find a pattern but have had no luck. A lot of people (including yourself) are saying they think it’s controlled by Cast Members though so I’m leaning towards that!

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Disneyland Secret:

The organ in the ballroom scene of the Haunted Mansion is a hand-me-down from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea!

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Grizzly River Run- Disney’s California Adventure

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yahooboughtme:

Holy terrifying discovery! The rocking chair ghost in the Haunted Mansion is the deceased grandmother from the Carousel of Progress! 

This is extremely creepy but a really good fun fact for you all!

Posted 2 days ago
Im finally in Disneyland! This is the anon asking you advice for when I go to Disneyland. I'm still pretty guilty about the past but I think I can do it.. I'm just ashamed and worried I'll ruin this trip. Let's hope for the best I guess...
Anonymous asked

Well I’m feeling optimistic for you! The fact you said “I think I can do it” is a good sign! Just try to go through the days with a positive attitude and embrace the happiness I know Disneyland will throw at you. Best of luck. :)

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yeahdisneyaudios:

Fantasyland - Matterhorn (Remain Seated Warning) ♫ Download

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So I have a question for you guys…

I’ve never been able to find an answer to this so I’m hoping some of you might have some more information. In terms of being the Rebel Spy on Star Wars, is that chosen by random orr do Cast Members pick people?

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Get Ready to Sail the Seven Seas!

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There is no canon story for the Haunted Mansion; all of them are fan theories or "stories" made by cast members (I was told 2 vastly different stories when I was down at Disneyworld. Both were great!) the only Haunted Mansion with a story is Phantom Manor.
ordinary-princess-chilling-queen asked

Yeah that’s what I was thinking! There is no official story for the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland, CA. I can’t speak for the other parks (so thanks for clarifying that) but I know for a fact all of these stories for Disneyland are just made by fans/Cast Members. That’s why it bothers me when people keep trying to prove each other wrong, as seen in my notes. There’s soo many variations and they’re all interesting.

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disneylandguru:

At the attraction in Disneyland, the room is, in fact, two elevators with no ceilings that are being lowered slowly to give the illusion that the room itself is stretching; this brings the guests down to loading area, below ground level. The ceiling above is a piece of fabric called a scrim, which conceals the hanging body until it is lit from above. This elevator effect was necessary to lower the guests below the level of the park-circling railroad at Disneyland. The actual ride building of this attraction is located outside of the berm surrounding the park, and the Disney Imagineers developed this mechanism to lower the guests to the gallery leading to the actual ride building.

This stretching room effect is duplicated at the three Mansions at other Disney theme parks, but only one of these requires guests being moved beyond the railroad tracks. The Walt Disney World and Tokyo Disneyland attractions have stretching rooms with ascending ceilings, rather than descending floors. Only Phantom Manor at Disneyland Paris uses the same descending floor as Disneyland, to transport guests toward the structure containing the major portion of the ride

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I've done disney world alone and all the cast members seemed to be extra nice to me! Like a birthday dessert when it wasn't my birthday and some extra fast passes
Anonymous asked

Hell yeah that’s awesome lol. There are definitely perks. I think if you have an Annual Pass it’s worth doing, especially when you’re having Disney withdrawals with no one to go with.

Posted 2 days ago

Rainy Days at Disneyland: Which Rides Close?

Due to it’s location in Southern California, Disneyland doesn’t encounter problems with the weather too often. But every once in a while, a large storm can cause some attractions to shut down due to their location and the nature of the attraction. This list is not meant for general rainy days, but actual intense storms. Here is a list of attractions that have been/could be closed during a rainstorm:

Disneyland Resort:

  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Autopia
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Davy Crockett’s Canoes
  • Gadget’s Go Coaster
  • Mad Tea Party (Teacups)
  • Matterhorn Bobsleds
  • Parades- They often are replaced with “Mickey’s Rainy Day Parade” which is just a bunch of the characters riding on the Omnibus
  • Fireworks/Fantasmic!

California Adventure:

  • Flik’s Flyers
  • Goofy’s Sky School
  • Luigi’s Flying Tires
  • Mickey’s Fun Wheel
  • Princess Dot’s Puddle Park
  • Radiator Springs Racers
  • Silly Symphony Swings

*This is not a fixed list. Rides may close that aren’t on the list, while some of these might stay open. This is just a general list of what could be expected to close with intense rainfall and wind. :)

(Source: yourtriptodisneyland)