Here are the final batch of photos from DisneySea. I think the rest are evening photos. I did post a few photos from the new Soaring attraction here. Enjoy:
More awesome attraction posters.
This again? Oh, alright...
Purple buildings are scary!
So, the listed time for Soaring got down to about 90 minutes so I decided to go ride it. The ride is pretty much the same as all the others (it switches out footage of The Eiffel Tower for The Tokyo Tower and it ends at DisneySea). The building and the backstory/pre show are certainly top notch.
So yeah, I had to finish the trip with a few rides on the Chandu ride.
Hi there! :)
Chandu food? Yes please!
Nom nom nom nom...
I think I ended up riding it three more times that final evening,.
Awwww, closed Chandu ride makes me sad. Next time Chandu ride.
so great to see the Soaring pics. . .we fast passed it, so didn't wait in the outdoor queue line. Some lovely architecture there!
also William got reprimanded for snapping a few pics in the pre-show room (no pictures please!), so I'm thrilled to see they weren't being strict about it and you got some pics to share (it must just depend on which cast member is working it).
the detail in that preshow room was astounding. . .as was the projection mapping in the next rooms too! hard to figure out how they even did it.
Actually all the photos were from the queue area and in the main hall. I did not take any in the pre show room itself. I was able to see the pre show twice due to the count of how many people were in the room. It was pretty neat so no complains here!
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