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Disney Parks Blog Weekly Recap Jun. 13, 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

It was an amazing week of Disney magic with the World Premiere of “World of Color,” a reimagined attraction, Silly Symphony Swings and the start of Summer Nightastic! at the Disneyland Resort. Heather has some great coverage in Saturday’s recap post. There were also a few posts out of Walt Disney World Resort this week you may have missed, including new details and a first peek at menus for the new La Hacienda de San Angel and the adjacent La Cantina de San Angel at Epcot.
Cantina de San Angel Expansion at Epcot
The new 250-seat La Hacienda will only be open for dinner and expands the South-of-the Border offerings. Pam has more in her dining update. And here’s the list of the week’s other posts:

And now, here’s our weekly list of most popular posts:

French Open Champ Rafael Nadal Celebrates at Disneyland Paris — Tennis superstar Rafael Nadal went from the red clay at Roland Garros to the red carpet at Disneyland Paris after winning his fifth French Open

‘What’s Next’ at the Disneyland Resort — Friday morning we hosted an event called “What’s Next” and shared a look at what’s coming to Southern California in the next few months and years. Check out the post for some of the headlines.

New Fantasyland? Unlimited Passport? Gift Giver Extraordinaire? What do You Think was Most Interesting About 1981-1985 at Disneyland Park? — We went back … waaay back to 1981 through 1985 in this week’s countdown to the 55th anniversary of Disneyland park.

Star Wars Weekends – Week 3 — Got a favorite Star Wars character? If so, it’s likely at Disney’s Hollywood Studios during Star Wars Weekends.

Wine Country Trattoria Re-Opens At Disney California Adventure — With a new menu and redesigned interior, Wine County Trattoria at the Golden Vine Winery at Disney California Adventure Park debuted this week.

Silly Symphony Swings – A Second Look — We shared some photos and fun facts of the new attraction in Paradise Pier, Silly Symphony Swings.

The ‘Characters’ of Main Street, U.S.A. – A Dynamic Disney Duo Captured ‘At Work’ — You will hear them before you see them. Seriously. They are the larger-than-life Mayor of Main Street, U.S.A. and his “right-hand man.” the Chief of the Main Street Volunteer Fire Department.

Comments

  • First, let me say THANK YOU for all the new and ongoing magic being brought to DLR and DCA!!! WOW!!! I was lucky enough to have seen World of Color twice on Friday and Saturday and there just are no words to describe it other than WOW! I do have a question though-what is the reasoning behind the standing room only policy to see the show???? The first night we were able to sit on one of the benches but once everyone stood up by the fence, most of the view was cut off. The second night we were fortunate enough to be right at the fence and what a different experience actually being able to see the show! I felt so bad for the many, many, many people who could not see and take in the full scope of the show do to the standing policy. Any child, person in a wheelchair (even though there were ample handicap viewing areas) shorter people etc-once everyone stood up, unless you were at the fence the view was gone or and least blocked a great deal. What exactly is the rational behind this-just curious. Thanks again for a wonderful show!

  • WOW WOW and Double WOW. World of Color was simply amazing. Disney Imagineers have really out done themselves.

    All the exiting changes for the 55th. What an exciting time to be a AP holder.

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