Disneyland Paris: A Beautiful Place, Save For The Duct Tape, Broken Glass, Barricades and Line Cutters

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We arrived here in Disneyland Paris on April 30 with lofty expectations. After all, the resort is in the middle of its 30th anniversary celebration. What we found was a resort awash in construction projects, with more areas boarded off for our “future enjoyment” than we cared to count. What was even more disturbing was a seeming lack of care when it came to general upkeep.

RETURN TO DISNEYLAND, PART 3: From The Matterhorn Bobsleds to a Runaway Railway: Doing The Impossible, Six Decades Apart

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Over the years, members of Disney’s creative team have, on occasion, been asked to do the impossible. And most often than not, they have accomplished the task ... with spectacular results. "One heck of an assignment," is how Disney Legend Bob Gurr described his work on the Matterhorn Bobsleds attraction at Disneyland. "Like fitting a ship in a bottle," was Kevin Rafferty's way of describing his work on Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway in the Chinese Theater at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
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