Tokyo Disneyland Resort Pictures
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On my way to Tokyo DisneySea onboard the monorail. A look at the backstage work that has started at Disneyland.
It appears the park is going to be pushed out further into the parking lot to accommodate the expansion.
Approaching the Bayside Station, beyond it is the Sheraton.
Arriving at Tokyo DisneySea, no lines right now, the park opened 2.5 hours ago.
5 minutes later in the park and heading to try my luck at the lottery for Big Band Beat.
Inside Biglietteria (where you go for the lottery)
Ready to try my luck.. scanned my ticket and selected the show I wanted.
I failed again. So I was 0 for 4 this trip for Big Band Beat.
The first show of the day is Standby only so I decided to go get in line. Showtime was 12:00 and it was almost 11am.
The line was forming on the left side of the street.
The marker and cast member indicating where the queue started.
In line.. now an hour to wait..
After 15 minutes or so as the queue grew they opened a new portion and had us move.
Some signs as I waited.
Most of the guests in our area sat down to wait.
The queue took up most of the street.
About half an hour before show time everyone stood up and the queue began to move.
Tower of Terror as we inched along.
Was in a seat about 20 minutes before the start of the show. Much nicer to wait inside. No photographs allowed of the theater or show..
Back outside after Big Band Beat.
Looking around the New York area.
Back to the Mediterranean Harbor
The Venice area decorated for Christmas.
A fair amount of Gelatoni (and other Duffy related merchandise)
Tried another of the Mickey soap dispensers, same result just a lot of soap and no Mickey shape.. seems we are not capable of using it properly.
Walt and Mickey looking at the park, they are right outside the guest relations location.
The view from near the Storytellers Statue
You can exchange currency at Guest Relations.
Back to the DisneySea Resort Line Station
Some of the Christmas decorations at the station as we waited for the next Monorail.