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21 July 2001 @ 04:28 pm
The difference between Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure  
When you first enter Disneyland, you pass by the floral Mickey Mouse at the main entrance, and pass under a bridge. It doesn't matter which direction you go, the bridge is there, and on the arch of the bridge you pass under there is a plaque. The plaque has a quote from Walt Disney - it reads:

"Here you leave today and enter the words of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy"

This is a great summary of Disneyland. It's a place to escape from the world as we know it, and enter into a land of dreams.

Disney's California Adventure is all about the world of today. It's about a specific place of today, namely, CA, but it's about today's world.

That, in a nutshell, sums up the biggest difference between the two parks. They were approached with different ideals in mind, and so the environment around you has a different feel to it. It's hard to put your finger on it at first, but that's pretty much why.

And now you know.

And knowing is half the battle.
 
 
 
Nentikobe - a work in progressnentikobe on July 22nd, 2001 03:31 pm (UTC)
Good lord.

Where'd you come from?

Disneyland philosophy. ah. Well, I'll add you to my friends list. Most of my posts are friends only as of late. Welcome to the nuthouse.