First park of my new coaster season. Traditionally we go to Disney on the first week of february cause this time of year the crowds are light and the weather should be nice and it was.
We did have some snow but that was just part of the Disney winter experience.
There were no lines at all except for Crush Coaster which has a very low capacity and it has very bad operations. Now we only had a line of 20 -30 minutes but on crowded days this line is unbearable with lines exceeding 100 minutes.
On to the pics.
We had some snow but it didn't got us in trouble.
First of to the Disney Studios park.
Studio 1 is just filled with restaurants and stores.
Studio 1 store with....
Preview of the 2009 West Coast trip.
Flying Carpets ride.
Just a plain pov shot.
They put up a new cool animatronic at the start of Crush's queue line.
Blurry station pic.
Cool movie banners.
Up to the tower.
It's a very good ride with a pop of extreme airtime.
Rock 'n Rollercoaster.
It did run very good in the back but in the front it was rough.
We also spent some time at Disney Village.
First we had some food at a TPR approved restaurant.
Which had a strange way of serving beer. Only the straws are missing.
Random Disney Village pictures.
And we had some drinks at the Sportsbar.
Lakeside view of Disney Village.
Hotel New York.
Newport Bay Club.
They still use the old Euro Disney sign on the lampposts.
The square in fornt of the castle was under construction.
They are preparing a big party?
Kings Arthur Carrousel.
We tried Alice's Curious Labyrinth.
Out of my five visits to the resort this was the first Labyrinth credit.
We did have some good fun here.
We got lost.
We met the ace of spades.
This one was not working.
And this was not so Disney standard.
And finaly we made to the castle.
But who's the king.
Overview from Alice's Castle.
Some Elissa friendly pictures.
Space Mountain was running well in the front for a moment I thought it was smooth but when we rode it more to the back it was rough as hell again.
Orbitron ride sign but forgot to take a picture of the ride itself.
The settings and queue area of Star Tours are awesome.
But i'm not so into simulator rides.
Buzz light year.
We also played an awesome bowling arcade game.
This is such a cool ride.
My favorite rollercoaster ride at Disney.
See here is the extra Disney magic.
Mad Hatters Teacups.
This is such a beautiful ride but it's SBNO now for a couple of years. I wonder when Disney will get it up and running again.
Really great pictures, thanks for sharing. DLRP looks a way more relaxed than the Floridian or the Californian Disney Parks (Maybee it just was depending onthe date and the weather!), but anyway, great TR!
What did you think of Tower of Terror and have you been on the others? I thought it was the worst one simply as it was to bright, you could see the all the walls. Seeing as its the same as the one in California I did not even find it as good as that.
We also found Space Mountain really rough and I dont know what they have done to Thunder Mountain but it was running so slow when we went in October.
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