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Shootin’ Galleries

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Shooting galleries have been a part of county fairs, carnivals, boardwalks, and amusement parks for more than 200 years, and Disney Parks are no exception to this tradition. Here's a look at the history of such shooting galleries around the Disney Parks.
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Disneyland Paris – Frontierland — Part 3 — Big Thunder Mountain and the Riverboats

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Big Thunder Mountain As with all Disney attractions, your journey on Big Thunder Mountain starts with the queue – and in this case, a very detailed queue. The line twists and turns around rusting mining equipment, amusing signs, and dilapidated buildings. Periodically, a mine train rolls by. Eventually you reach the boarding area and your … Continue reading "Disneyland Paris – Frontierland — Part 3 — Big Thunder Mountain and the Riverboats"
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Disneyland Resort Paris

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All Ears® Team Member Jack Spence visited Disneyland Resort Paris several times. Here are the links to his in depth blog describing Overview and Hotels Disneyland Paris Overview Hotels Cheyenne and Santa Fe Sequoia Lodge and Hotel New York Newport Bay Club PanoraMagique Disney Village Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show Disneyland Hotel and Disneyland Park … Continue reading "Disneyland Resort Paris"
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Disneyland Park in Paris: A magical destination with a mix of classic attractions and stunning attention to detail

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The entrance to Disneyland Park is located under the beautiful Disneyland Hotel. [Ginny Osborne] The Main Streets we’ve come to know and love in Disneyland and Walt Disney World were designed to replicate Walt Disney’s hometown in Marceline, Missouri. When Disney’s planners were designing the chief thoroughfare at Disneyland Paris, they could have ditched the … Continue reading "Disneyland Park in Paris: A magical destination with a mix of classic attractions and stunning attention to detail"
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Disneyland Paris – Frontierland — Part 1 — Thunder Mesa

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Frontierland – Part 1 – Thunder Mesa Moving clockwise from the end of Main Street, Frontierland is the first land you come to. You enter the Wild West by walking through Fort Comstock. But before you do, be sure to check out the Native American encampment just outside its gates. A nearby babbling brook and … Continue reading "Disneyland Paris – Frontierland — Part 1 — Thunder Mesa"
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