What Do You Want to Know About the Re-Imagined Disney California Adventure?



The Grand Reopening of Disney California Adventure is just a week away – June 15, 2012. Deb Wills, Lee Zimmerman and I will be there, blogging and tweeting and doing our best to share the experience as we finally get to see Cars Land and Buena Vista Street!

But we’d like to know…What do YOU, our readers, want to know? What are your questions about Cars Land and Buena Vista Street, the Mad T Party? What are your questions about the attractions, the shows, the shops, and the restaurants? Do you want to know which attraction is the biggest thrill, where to find the tastiest snack foods, how to meet Mater, or what we think is the most tacky-but-terrific souvenir?

Please submit your questions by using either the “Feedback Form” or “Comments” links below. We’ll do our best to get as many answers as we can!

Laura Gilbreath is a native of San Diego, CA. She has been making the trek up Interstate 5 to Disneyland since she was a small child and terrified of talking tikis and hitchhiking ghosts. She and her husband Lee enjoy trips to Disneyland and Walt Disney World, as well as sailings on the Disney Cruise Line.

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9 Replies to “What Do You Want to Know About the Re-Imagined Disney California Adventure?”

  1. I’d like to know the height requirements for the rides in Carsland. I have a little one so I’m wondering if there are things for a two year old at all! Thanks – can’t wait to go in July!

  2. How well do the Pacific Electric Red Cars on Buena Vista Street deal with the crowds?
    What is the weight or number of people limit on Luigi’s Flying Tires? From the photos I’ve seen of it in testing, it looks like a larger capacity than the old Tomorrowland Flying Saucers, which often had trouble lifting off the ground.

  3. Will breakfast cones be available all day at the Cozy Cone? Are the flying tires geared towards adults or just children? Will the Radiator Springs Racers be the only ride in Cars Land with a fast pass? Love your blog! Thanks for all of the great info!

  4. Take and post lots of pictures! Jason Dz’s frequent posts have been interesting as documents of the work-in-progress, but seeing all of the barricades is frankly a little depressing. I know that not even Disney Enterprises can pull off a ‘Blue Fairy’ and that realizing the Imagineers designs properly takes a lot of time and effort. It will be great to finally see the fruits of their labors.