In Part 1 I showed you some of the things I saw on Friday at the hotels and Disneyland, and here I'll talk about DCA.
Work is continuing on the new entrance - some of the structure is visible now above the walls.
The ElecTRONica stage stands in front of the construction walls at the former Sunshine Plaza.
The walls on the other side of Sunshine Plaza are decorated with 1920's style advertising.
This sounds like my kind of place: "Mountains of Candy", "Valleys of Taffy", and "Rivers of Fudge!"
The Cadillac Mountains are still mostly steel framework, but you can see that some of the mountains on the right have been covered.
From Paradise Pier you can see that the mountains closest to California Screamin' even have some finished rockwork and vegetation.
I had a late breakfast at Pacific Wharf Cafe - love those sourdough bread bowls! Though the secret to this dish is to get the La Victoria salsa from Cocina Cucamonga to put on top.
Things seem to be moving along quickly on the exterior of Ariel's Undersea Adventure - good thing, since it's supposed to open in less than three months!
There's already lots of detail visible!
This King Triton bronze used to be at Ariel's Grotto at Disneyland, and now has a new home at DCA. This Disney Parks blog entry shows a video of the statue as it's moved into place.
The track for Goofy's Sky School has been painted.
The future home of Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta.
Seems like they have a long way to go if this is going to be open by summertime (or earlier).
More fun artwork on the construction walls.
I liked this sign outside Taste Pilot's Grill.
The "Pixar Pals, Monsters Inc. Mayhem" show was just leaving Hollywood as I went through.
The Disney Junior Live on Stage show opens March 25.
I had a good day, even if it was a little bit short, but I enjoy just wandering around the parks.
Look for menu updates over the next week or so.
The previous post in this blog was March Disneyland Trip Report - Part 1.
The next post in this blog is New Walt Disney World Marathon Relay Race.