Disneyland Resort Pictures
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Today I was directed into a spot on the far side of the second floor. So here is a look at the back of the Pixar Pals Parking Structure.
Frosted panels are being installed on the back side facing Walnut.
Panning to the left a little.
Forms waiting to be taken away.
Looks like some electrical work on the second floor.
Looking through the new structure.
Looking toward the front. On the right are the ramps for the new structure.
Working on the structure. They are continuing to finish the surfaces.
Looking across and into the second floor.
The connection spans look ready to go. The Mickey and Friends side has been cut out.
The tram stop facing side they have steel framing up for a shade structure on where I am assuming the security lines will be.
A closer look.
Scaffolding is removed from the elevator tower in the background. Crews working on the stairs.
Trees are starting to be brought in and the shade structures for the escalators are taking shape.
The roof structure is still a work in progress.
A wider view from the second floor.
This stair case has been painted and is nearing completion.
Some of the scaffolding on the back side of this Galaxy's Edge formation has been removed.
A wider view.
A closer view of the recently finished section. Looks like something will be added to the right side, There appears to be some steel extended out still.
They are still working on the additional section. Concrete has been applied to the wire mesh we saw last visit.
Panning across the sky line the visible scaffolding from a couple weeks ago is all gone.
It appears all the work on the back side of the formations is complete.
Someone asked about the metal elements being added to the Pixar Pals structure the past view visits. Here is a look at the Mickey and Friends ones. Assuming the new ones will be used in a similar way.
A wider look at the Pixar Pals Parking Structure from the 5th floor.
The new tram way is taking shape. Concrete is poured and planters are in. Large trees are starting to arrive and are ready to be planted.
The scaffolding is down from the sides of the escalators and the roof structures are in place.
A closer look at the new tramway and stop.
A team of workers around a tree.
A closer look at the 2nd floor escalator.
A closer look at the roof.
Looks like they are ready to install the siding for the escalators.
A crew working on a lower section.
The elevator structure has the scaffolding removed and it appears they are removing the paint.
The last sections of decorative elements are being installed.
Preparations underway to paint this staircase
A closer look at the 5th floor escalator.
A closer look at the third floor escalator.
A lot of conduit comes out in this location out from the structure.
A final wide view of the area.
Heading down the escalator.
New tram stop billboards have finally arrived. They have been blank since the Holidays ended.
The Mickey and Friends signs have been replaced and look good again.
From ground level.
First stop Disneyland. If anyone is curious on timing.. this picture inside the park was taken 11 minutes after the previous one taking as I walked through the queue toward security.
The Opera House was closed when I walked by. It was open later in the day.
The 2019 EggStravaganza Scavenger Hunts started today at the Disneyland Resort. I found all 36 eggs and will post them with locations at the end of this update (in case you want to avoid spoilers).
On the left are the prizes on the right some egg merchandise.
An egg photo prop.
Main Street USA at 1:26pm
Main Street transportation this afternoon consisted of two trolleys, the firetruck and the yellow car.
The area around the guest relations kiosk was walled off, so no line board photos today.
A wider view.
Making my way toward Tomorrowland.
Looking toward the Castle
Astro Orbitor test flights were underway as it prepares to reopen soon.
No real visible progress on Sleeping Beauty Castle nor the hub work in front of it.
The scope of the walls on the west side of the hub.
A temporary guest relations area where the ice cream cart usually is.
The walkway between Adventureland and Frontierland was still closed.
The stroller area near the Haunted Mansion is expanded. The beverage stand that was there was removed and the planter cut back a little it seems
From the other side, some more stroller parking.
Walls up on the trail along the Rivers of America and a fence up on the second floor of the Hungry Bear. They appeared to be working on the walkway to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Speaking of Galaxy's Edge here are some pictures from Tarzan's Treehouse
The Columbia was in operation today and of course I did not pay attention and it was in the way when I reached the top of the treehouse.
All visible scaffolding is gone.
Work continues on Bonanza Outfitters
A family of ducks out for a swim.
Walking through Tomorrowland
Wonder how long the temporary looking Pizza Planet sign will stay around.
No visible progress on the planter/stroller parking work near Autopia (the attraction is still open and wait times were really short 5-10 minutes only the couple times I looked).
Many of the trees around the park are in bloom.
All three seagulls are present once again in the sub lagoon.
Some of the spring plantings near it's a small world.
The view of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge from Toontown. I did not see any scaffolding.
The tower on the left looks to be complete now.
The Jolly Trolley was missing in action today. Assuming it is backstage being renovated.
Walking through Fantasyland. Walls have been extended into some of Peter Pan's queue space as they work to reconfigure the area a bit.
The Enchanted Chamber has reopened.
As have the walkway on both sides of the castle.
Renovating one of the projection towers in front of the castle.
Minnie Mouse popcorn bucket for sale in the hub.
A sign near Jolly Holiday pointing to the temporary guest relations area.
A quiet afternoon at the ticket booths. This was around 3:30pm
Time for the Downtown Disney egg hunt. Again I will hold off on pictures and location information until the end of this picture set.
Passing through World of Disney. Some Dumbo merchandise in the center aisle.
Work on the outdoor patio area for Black Tap seems to be inching along.
The Lego store had a sign for the new Steamboat Willie set.
Here is what the set looks like. I am a fan of LEGOs but $90 for this set seemed a little high.
The former DVC space is becoming a Sugarboo & Co store.
Work on the Pop Up Disney location continues. The awnings have been replaced, no more ESPN logos.
No sign yet.
Another view of the patio area construction.
The ticket area blooming too. If you were curious I managed to walk Downtown Disney and find all 12 eggs in under 20 minutes.
Today is a peak day. $149 for a 1 day 1 park ticket.
Next stop Disney California Adventure.
Time to do the final 12 eggs of the 36 egg marathon known as the 2019 Eggstravaganza. Again they will all be at the end of this photo set.
White Rabbit chocolate art at Trolley Treats.
Some Disney California Adventure wait times at 4:04pm
Water art training was underway along the festival corridor.
A healthy crowd as always.
No visible signs of progress on the Marvel project from this vantage point.
The furthest bay of the shop was walled off.
Mater cruising Route 66
Mater arriving at the Cozy Cone in Cars Land.
Jumping to Hollywood Land the walls for the Marvel project have been extended out closer to the FastPass area for Guardians. The Red Car has ceased operation due to the work and will be closed for months (hearing 2020 return).
Groot heading backstage
Captain Marvel was not out when I walked by but they were preparing for her arrival.
A high school group performing on the Backlot Stage as part of the Performing Arts program
No signs of work on Mickey's Philharmagic, opening later this month.
Passing through Carthay Circle
Grizzly River Run has returned to regular operation from its annual renovation, the warming huts have not returned.
Camp notices have returned to the board near Redwood Creek's entrance.
The trees around GRR have been pruned. You can see the attraction, and storage area much more clearly now.
Some clouds passing through as the sun sets.
I had not noticed this, probably because there always seemed to be people sitting here, but this seat is padded, this is near the Lamplight Lounge entrance.
The Incredicoaster queue was out into the walkway and using three switchbacks.
Jessie's Critter Carousel opened last week. So this was my first visit seeing it.
The wait time was posted at 20 minutes when I was in the area.
A look at part of the backdrop.
Some of the critters.
Ghirardelli was passing out regular sized caramel squares today.
The hope was for a trip on the wheel but 60 minutes was beyond my patience.
Nothing is visible from ground level.
Concept art is now on the wall.
I finally finished finding all 36 eggs for the 2019 Eggstravaganza Scavenger Hunt.. so time to enjoy a Phat Cat Swinger concert.
Silly Symphony Swings are closed for renovation for several more weeks.
Mater's Junkyard Jamboree Jukebox
From Mater's queue you can see steel for the building extension. The former bug's theater will house a Spider-Man attraction in a couple years.
Paid a visit to Ariel and friends. The queue moved quickly with only about a 10 minute wait. Then as we entered the first scene we stopped. A cast member ran back and forth a couple of times and after several minutes the ride resumed with no problem.
Since were were stopped for so long I was able to see the full loop of Scuttle's introductions. Here is a video of the two minute sequence.
The smoking area near Grizzly River Run is still closed. May 1st all smoking areas will be removed from inside the parks and Downtown Disney.
The fog seemed to be really dense this evening on GRR.
Main Street USA at 8:41pm
Since my last visit a new Casey Jr Popcorn bucket has become available.
A look at the new Casey Jr. popcorn bucket.
Walked by the Get Your Ears On Dance Party
9:15pm and it seems a majority of guests on Main Street USA were opting to sit and wait for Mickey's Mix Magic. Plenty of space and choices available just 15 min before show time.
I opted for a spot down near the Cinema.
On the way back to the car walked by the charging stations on the second floor. Here is a look at one.
The rest of this picture set will take a look at the Disney Eggstravaganza 2019. It took me just under 6 hours to find all 36 eggs (plus I visited with friends, experienced a few attractions and ate during that time).
Maps are $6.99 this year (up a dollar from last year) plus tax and no discounts. They are available at several locations in both parks and Downtown Disney. Each hunt is for 12 eggs and you can redeem for one prize at any point.
On the left are the Disneyland prizes, the right some merchandise you can purchase.
A closer look at the prizes.
Time to start the hunt.. I will show a couple of pictures for each egg and the location listed on the map.
Starting off on Main Street USA with the Fire Station.
Moving further down the block to the 20th Century Music Company
Baby Care Center
Listed as the Adventureland Bazaar but it is down further over the seating area.
Splash Mountain was a little tricky to find.
New Orleans Square was above the Blue Bayou
Frontierland Shootin' Exposition
This was one of the hardest to find for me. The map said it's a small world. So I walked out by the attraction then circled the mall area. Thanks to the parade coming I was not out in the street and kept missing this one on the corner.
Another challenging one for me. This is listed as the Emporium and is in the Toy Store section.
Next up Downtown Disney. The redemption location is in World of Disney.
A closer look at the Downtown Disney Map
1st stop the World of Disney
Naples Ristorante E Bar
The Disney Dress Shop
Salt & Straw
Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen
The LEGO Store
Uva Bar, this one was a challenging.
Last one, Marcelline's Confectionery
Maps available for purchase inside World of Disney.
Time for the final hunt.. Disney California Adventure.
The Disney California Adventure 2019 Eggstravangza Map
Buena Vista Street (Balcony)
Julius Katz & Sons
Flo's V8 Cafe
The Oil Pan
Off the Page
This one was hard, on the map it says Animation Academy, but it is really near the entrance to Turtle Talk.
The Collector's Warehouse
The Disney California Adventure prize eggs, available in Elias & Co.
Elias & Co. (in the youth/children's section)
Rushin River Outfitters
Redwood Creek Challenge Trail
Last egg.. Pixar Promenade
That wraps up all 36 eggs for the 2019 Disneyland Eggstravaganza.