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This page is to help you quickly jump through this picture set. Below you will see a listing of the pages and the captions on that page.

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    Shortly after 10am the skies were looking much more clear.
    Big Al working at the popcorn cart in Westernland.
    The 35th Anniversary popcorn bucket was at several stands. It sells for just under $30.
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    A Western River Railroad train passing overhead.
    Stopping by Critter Country to pick up a Splash Mountain FastPass for others.
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    Looking into Fantasyland.
    Thought about visiting the Country Bears but the weather had cleared so will save that for another time.
    Kids everywhere love chasing ducks around the parks.
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    Looking toward Big Thunder. You can see the crowd has shown up and the ground is still wet but some blue sky is visible.
    The Dumbo popcorn bucket is available in Westernland (and Fantasyland). It is about $21.
    A banjo playing golden Mickey in Westernland.
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    To mark the return of it's a small world a special meal set
    A look at the offerings.
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    The Haunted Mansion exterior is being renovated, the attraction is still open.
    Spotted Michael Colglazier who is now responsible for all Asia parks (his former role was the head of Disneyland). He was bending over to pick up a container that flew out of a guest's hand.
    It started to fly away from him too but he chased it down.
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    He caught it and another cast member took it from him.
    If you were ever curious how many people can fit into a Dumbo for a photo op.. this group managed six, sort of.
    The grounds around the castle moat.
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    Cinderella Castle, hard to believe how miserable it looked only a couple hours ago.
    Making my way into Tomorrowland. It was odd to turn this corner and not see the Star Jets. The construction ahead is for the expansion project that will include a Big Hero 6 Baymax attraction (think Mater's Junkyard Jamboree) for Tomorrowland, an expansion of Fantasyland featuring Beauty & the Beast and a new Minnie Meet and Greet for Toon Town.
    The walls continue down toward Space Mountain past the site of the former speedway.
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    The opposite side of the building we saw from the hotel. I think this is for the Beauty and the Beast attraction but hard to tell.
    Another building rising on the right beyond it another hotel.
    A wider view of the area from the Tomorrowland Terrace
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    The Tomorrowland Terrace menu looks the same.
    On my way to Tomorrowland Hall to try my luck at the lottery for show seats.
    Two lotteries available to try today. One for the new parade and one for One Man's Dream II.
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    We tried both.
    And lost both.
    Mrs. Incredible roaming Tomorrowland interacting with guests.
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    Passing by Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters
    Across the way Stitch Encounter
    Returning to the Central Plaza/Hub.
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    A golden Mickey knight statue in the Central Plaza.
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    A 35th Happiest Celebration photo op in the center.
    Looking back toward World Bazaar.
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    A closer look.
    35th Anniversary treats for sale at a kiosk.
    Banners ring the plaza.
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    This is the line for the 35th Anniversary popcorn bucket. The stand is off in the distance. On the right another line to go into Sweatheart Cafe
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    Stopped by the Partners Statue and the park's dedication plaque since it was the anniversary.
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    World Bazaar
    The 35th Ann. offering at Sweetheart Cafe
    Passing Plazama Ray's Diner as I enter Tomorrowland.
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    The side of World Bazaar facing Tomorrowland.
    Star Tours
    No visible line at Star Tours and several cast members out front.
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    Took a quick look at the Pizza Port menu as I was starting to think about lunch, it was just after 11am, then headed for Star Tours.
    A nice sight to see.. an empty queue inside Star Tours.
    Some guests following me in.
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    Some guests inside, but not many.
    A quick video from the Star Tours queue.
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    Some guests in the final loading area but still not more than a couple minute wait.
    Exiting the attraction. Still took about 20 minutes from entering the queue until I was leaving the building.
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    You exit on the 2nd floor in Tokyo.
    Which gives you a view into Tomorrowland.
    Looking down on the entrance.
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    Walking through the Pizza Port on the way out.
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    Stitch roaming Tomorrowland.
    Beverage choices and prices at the vending machines in Tomorrowland.
    A singing golden Mickey in Tomorrowland near Space Mountain. Guessing it was because Showbase is also near by.
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    Mrs. Incredible was still making the rounds.
    Spotted Mr. Incredible nearby.
    The construction walls in Tomorrowland have 35th Anniversary graphics now too.
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    Another view of the work beyond the wall.
    Mt. Prometheus in Tokyo DisneySea in the distance.
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    Pooh's Hunny Hunt was closed for renovation our entire trip unfortunately.
    11:44am and guests are waiting for the 3:50pm parade.
    In Toon Town the Jolly Trolley is stationary. They have filled in the tracks with bricks to remove the trip hazard.
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    The skies were turning a little darker as we approached noon.
    Some of the construction looms over Toon Town, wonder if they will get more hills?
    Some of the items at Huey, Dewey and Louie's Good Time Cafe in Toon Town
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    Donald Duck and Daisy out for a stroll in Toon Town.
    Clarice was out too.
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    Max moving through the crowd.
    Goofy was not far behind.
    They were all heading toward City Hall.
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    Once there they waved then headed backstage.
    Pluto looked ready for the pool
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    Toon Pop bucket and pricing.
    A mail carrier golden Mickey in Toon Town
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    Toontown in Tokyo is opposite that of Anaheim.. so downtown is to your left and the houses to your right when you enter.
    There is a Baby Care Center here.
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    The second popcorn stand in Toon Town features the 35th Ann. bucket.
    Skies are looking even darker heading this way.
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    Passing by Winnie the Pooh again.
    it's a small world officially reopens today. It was closed for a several month renovation.
    Waits were long most of the trip.
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    Another look at the Haunted Mansion.
    Returning to Critter Country.
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    You can get some unique angles of the trains here.
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    The Mark Twain preparing for another voyage.
    Looking back at Westernland.
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    To the left Fantasyland.
    Splash Mountain
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    The golden Mickey in Critter Country
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    The Omnibus was running this afternoon. That was one attraction on my ride list this trip as I missed it both of my previous trips.
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    A second golden Mickey in the central plaza
    Returning to Tomorrowland for lunch.
    On the way stumbled upon Robo Astro wrapping up a performance so stopped to watch.
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    A video clip of the Robo Astro group performing in Tomorrowland.
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    Grabbed a pizza from Pizza Port.
    Then went to Tomorrowland Terrace to get some fries to go with it.
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    35th Anniversary fry cups
    BB-8 popcorn bucket in Tomorrowland
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    Seemed most stores had a selection of 35th Anniversary merchandise.
    Believe these said Tokyo Disneyland.
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    Back to World Bazaar and Celebration Street
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    The Bicycle Piano player
    A video clip from the Bicycle Piano Player performance.
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    A closer look at the Celebration Street centerpiece.
    Each golden Mickey is from a milestone year/event.
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    A video clip of Celebration Street playing the theme song, Brand New Day. This happened frequently throughout the day.
    The line to have your photo taken in front the centerpiece.
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    A check of some of the store windows in World Bazaar for the 35th Anniversary.
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    A good time to shop, 2:20pm.. no lines.
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    Walking by the former Disney Gallery entrance.. I miss being able to go up there.
    These are the audio devices that if they are close to one of the golden Mickeys will deliver a message, but only in Japanese.
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    Out for another performance.
    A check of the wait times at 2:40pm.
    This group really stood out in the crowd with the bright color. That seems like a big plush to carry around all day.
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    A group called Breakbeat was performing in Adventureland
    A video clip of the Breakbeat Dancers.
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    Cinderella Coach popcorn bucket
    Jungle Rhythm performing in Adventureland
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    A video clip of Jungle Rhythm performing.
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    The Country Bear Jamboree lobby was turned into an overflow walkway as they repared for the parade.
    Decided to go for a cruise on the Mark Twain, as did a lot of other guests!
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    Some views from the top deck of the Mark Twain.
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    Back ashore. This golden Mickey was in Westernland.
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    Thought this was odd a Lightning popcorn bucket for sale near the Mark Twain.
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    Another Westernland golden Mickey.
    The Mark Twain preparing for her next journey.
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    Camp Woodchuck opened after my last visit so this was my first look around the area.
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    The menu in the Camp Woodchuck Kitchen
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    The dining area.
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    Walking out to the greeting trail.
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    Current wait times
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    A story for the tree.
    The Tittertwill bird overhead.
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    A video clip of the Tri-Crested Tittertwill Bird
    After this I made my way to the central plaza to find a spot for the 4:45pm Dreaming Up! parade which is in the next section.

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