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Old 07-13-2014, 07:06 PM   #211
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Great close-ups of Fantasmic! I think I definitely prefer the telezoom for this show than the wider lenses.

You did really well with your pictures.

Interesting position for the fireworks. I miss the castle; but they are still great from this angle.
Thank you PiO. The telephoto lens is the right choice of lens to use for F! unless you want to get some wide angle shots of the Columbia and Mark Twain during the show. Even though the telephoto lens is nice to use but it did come at where I can't even go as low as 70mm with it and it shows.

Thank you.

I have watched, videotaped and taken pictures from this spot for the fireworks. It is not the same where you watch the fireworks in front of SB Castle but at least you can still see the fireworks from backstage and from the castle.


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Bret, your shots of F! are the best I have ever seen. I am so impressed.

Is that the first time you've tried the Plaza Inn's fried chicken? Isn't it amazing?! Its my family's favorite meal. We just feel like we are in Disney while eating it. Only 150 days until we get to again. Your photos make me happy, I miss Disneyland so much.
Thank you Jenny. It was nice to use the telephoto lens for this show.

I have eaten at the Plaza Inn during lunch/dinner. The last time I have ate there was about over 10 years ago. I was surprised that I haven't ate at the Plaza Inn for lunch/dinner during those times. But I have tried all sort of different quick counter restaurants at the DLR. The fried chicken was so good and I can't believe i waited that long to eat it again. It won't be too long till your trip in December.


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What an action packed day you had! I agree your pictures of F! are Fantastic! We had the Plaza chicken this week too. Yummy.

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Nice to hear from you TK and hope you had a great time at the DLR.

Thank you TK. Glad to hear that you were able to eat at the Plaza Inn during your trip and like the fried chicken.


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I'm finally caught up with the tail-end of your April trip and the beginning of the June one. Your pics are amazing. I loved the GoPro of BTMRR.
Nice to see you caught back up on the trip report Angela. Thank you. It was nice to get decent video of BTMRR with the GoPro and i have experimented with other rides like RSR and many more to come if I ever do it again on the other rides.


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Old 07-13-2014, 07:12 PM   #212
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Day 2 –June 23rd, 2014 – Part 1

Going down the River with the Children of the World

It was now the second day of the trip and it was our full day. We had a fun time on Monday where we were able to go on some rides that night and to be able to watch the nighttime shows at DL. Now it is a new day for the two of us at DL during the summertime.

It was around 6:45am when I got up but DAW was still tired from last night since she didn’t go to bed until 3am. She was still a little tired from last night where I was able to get enough rest. So I had no problem letting DAW sleep so I just relaxed until she got up later that day.

She got up around 7:15am and was all dressed up until 7:50am. It was a little late for us to get to the park during rope drop at DL or DCA.

We exited our hotel room on the sixth floor of FFI and headed straight on over to DL that morning.

A view from the 6th floor from FFI


The view photo of the rooftop Mickey Mouse.


Just when we were walking through the bus loading/unloading area, there was some work being done by the security check point area. Looks like some new paint is being added.


It was a little late that morning to get to the parks but it wasn’t that bad when walking into DL that morning.


Over at the alley right across from Café Carnation was the old location for the MS Lockers where it was closed down and being converted into the First Aid station.


Even though the first aid station was located right at the Plaza Inn as its original destination. But it will be here at the former locker area. The old first aid station location will be a new area when the park is busy and will be used as a new route when walking down MS is busy during the nighttime.


It will be sad to see the old location for the locker area at MS to go away but it will be used for a real purpose.

We were walking down on over to FL and we were walking by Alice in Wonderland and see that there is a lot of work being done that morning on the ride. The ride has been down for a while since it was under refurbishment since the April trip.


While walking on in FL, DAW wanted to ride It’s a Small World. She loves IASW and sometimes she also drives herself nuts with the ride. The good thing about riding IASW in the morning is that there is barely anyone to go on this ride first thing where it is a walk-on. There are times when riding IASW Holiday during the Christmas season that it can get really busy in the morning.

The wait time was only 5 minutes and we walk-on it immediately.


We were fortunate to get the front where it will be easy to get pictures during the ride.




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After we got off IASW, we started to go onto our next destination. You would have guess that we would do something at DL that morning but we decided to go opposite of DL and head on over to DCA. Some of you are wondering why are we heading on over to DCA where we could do something at DL that morning when it was quiet. But we plan on getting some FP’s at DCA that morning where it will benefit us later that day.

So we jolted on out of DL and over to DCA. DL started to get some more guests in the park but we were heading on over to DCA instead.


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Old 07-13-2014, 07:17 PM   #213
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Last Installment on the Trip Report

Day 2 –June 23rd, 2014 – Part 2

Collecting FP's on the Railroad

After we left DL that morning after riding IASW, we are now heading on over to DCA that morning in order to get a pair of FP’s for World of Color and Radiator Springs Racers. It was nice to be able to watch WoC that night and to be able to ride RSR. But this time, we are getting our FP’s later that day in order to ride RSR when it is at night so DAW will be able to experience the ride at nighttime where she has experienced it during the daytime. We had to time it right since WoC starts at 9:45pm that night.

It wasn’t that busy heading on into DCA that morning where DL has a long line of people waiting to enter the park.


DCA is all decorated for 4th of July week which is about a week until our trip is over. It would have been nice to go back during Fourth of July week and see Disney’s Celebrate America: a 4th of July Concert in the Sky. I will consider that in the near future of when to see that firework show. I haven’t see it since 2007 on Fourth of July.


We first head on over to Grizzly Peak in order to get the WoC FP’s. Just like the April trip, WoC was only showing one show a night and it was the same time at 9:45pm. It was weird that WoC was only playing once a night instead of showing two shows a night. I can understand that the DLR is cutting the show down to one a night instead of two to cut the costs of using the fountain jets of WoC. There could be a lot of reasons why the DLR is cutting WoC to one show.


Even when coming around 9:25am and we were able to still get the blue FP for the 9:45pm show.

The Rushin’ River Outfitters store.


After getting the FP’s we head straight on over towards the RSR FP queue in order to get the RSR FP’s for later that night. When we got there, the return time was from 6pm to 7pm. It was not late enough to get the FP’s. From yesterday when we were waiting for Fantasmic!, it didn’t get dark till 8pm. So we decided to wait around the area until it got closer to 8pm return time for RSR.

While we were waiting, we head straight on over to Golden Vine Winery right next to the Blue Sky Cellar so we can used the restroom.




It has been a while now for the Blue Sky Cellar to be closed since the last update was about the New Fantasyland Faire at DL. It has been over one year since it closed and wondering what will the DLR do with this building since they could use it for something really neat.


We did wait a while until it was time to get the FP’s. It was around 10am when the return time was till 8pm. So we waited quite a while in DCA that morning to get the FP’s for RSR at 8pm.


After we got the FP’s for both RSR and WoC, we head straight on back to DL. We could have stayed a little longer in DCA but we did most of the rides yesterday and we had lunch at DL that afternoon.


Back over to DL in which we didn’t stay too long over at DCA.


It wasn’t that busy walking up on MS but it will get busy after 10am today.


We head straight on over to New Orleans Square to ride PotC until it was time for lunch. Unfortunately, the wait time for PotC was at 20 minutes and the extended queue was already out by the walkway. So PotC was put on hold that morning where there was quite a line to get on the ride even though it is the fastest loading ride at the DLR.


So we head on over to the NOS Railroad Station to ride the DLRR. It is one of my favorite rides at DL and still never gets old.


The Water Tower


The Ward Kimball Engine #5 along with the Excursion Car Set is pulling up to NOS station.


We rode the DLRR all the way around the park.

To Splash Mountain


Fantasyland


All the way to the Grand Canyon


To the Prehistoric era land of the dinosaurs






Arriving in Main Street Railroad Station


Across is DCA and passing by is Monorail Mark VII Blue.


And all the way back to NOS Station


After we got off the DLRR, we started to go onto our next attraction that day at the park. But that will be on the next update.


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Great update Bret. Looks like you're all set for the night at DCA. Looking forward to seeing what you get up to during the day.

The lenses are really showing off your skill as a photographer.
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I have some more news. I just talked to my DB and his GF today. They are planning on going down south to SoCal to visit some friends, DB GF relative (who is going to Irvine) and going to the DLR later this month on the 26th to 28th. They ask if I wanted to go and I said yes. So I will be making another trip down south later this month. This is very exciting to go back down south to the DLR. This will be the third trip in four months (April, June, & July). We will still be planning on what to do those days. We will be staying at Best Western Pavilions which I have never stayed. It is on Katella Ave which is a few buildings down from BW Stovall's.
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Wow, you're putting your AP to go use this year. Yay for a spur of the moment trip to DL.
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Great news! Looking forward to your trip.
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I have some more news. I just talked to my DB and his GF today. They are planning on going down south to SoCal to visit some friends, DB GF relative (who is going to Irvine) and going to the DLR later this month on the 26th to 28th. They ask if I wanted to go and I said yes. So I will be making another trip down south later this month. This is very exciting to go back down south to the DLR. This will be the third trip in four months (April, June, & July). We will still be planning on what to do those days. We will be staying at Best Western Pavilions which I have never stayed. It is on Katella Ave which is a few buildings down from BW Stovall's.
Yeah! It will be fun for you to visit DLR again this summer. Fun for us too because you share your adventures with us
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Great update Bret. Looks like you're all set for the night at DCA. Looking forward to seeing what you get up to during the day.

The lenses are really showing off your skill as a photographer.
Thanks PiO. Everything was all set up that night where we will get to watch WoC and ride RSR at night. It was a little tough that morning where we didn't get up early enough to get the RSR for for the morning. But since DAW never experienced RSR at night, this was the perfect opportunity to ride it. We did lose some minutes that morning just to get the right time for RSR. But it was worth it.

The telephoto lens that I rented was nice but it is not as powerful as the f/4 or f/2.8. I will try those out one day and I might get one of them.


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Wow, you're putting your AP to go use this year. Yay for a spur of the moment trip to DL.
Last year AP from June 2013 to 2014, I went on 7 different trips and the AP paid for it. It is just a start and many more to come in the near future. It will be nice to go back next week, now I need to start on planning on what to do.


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Great news! Looking forward to your trip.
Thanks PiO. We are looking forward to this trip.


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Thank you TK. It will be nice to visit again but I would still prefer the holiday season over the summertime where it can be quite warm.


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Day 2 –June 23rd, 2014 – Part 3

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Day 2 –June 23rd, 2014 – Part 3

Lunch at the Bayou & Frozen

After we rode the DLRR all around the park that afternoon, it was almost time for our lunch reservation. It was nice to be able to eat lunch at a specific restaurant at DL. DAW and I have ate at this restaurant in the past. For the DISers that have followed my trip reports in the past, can you guess what restaurant I am talking about? If you have guessed Blue Bayou you are correct.

We made the reservation a few weeks ago until the trip and we decided to have lunch at BB. It has been years since I ate at the BB during lunch where it was nice to have dinner. I also wanted to try a dish that was on the lunch menu at BB where it is not available during dinnertime. Also we got the earliest reservation time at 11:30am so we are able to get a waterside view of Pirates of the Caribbean. I have never got a spot right next to the waterside so this was going to be special to have lunch at BB.

While we were waiting for our reservation time, we went a little early to BB so we can guarantee our table at the waterside of PotC. It was around 11:15am when we head on over to BB. There were quite a number of people making reservations or checking-in. For people that want to eat at BB, I would recommend a reservation or you will be waiting a long time in NOS until you are seated.

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When we check-in at BB, we only had to wait 3 minutes outside until the CM took us in the restaurant. Luckily, we were able to get the waterside table at BB. It was nice to be able to get the table waterside during our lunch.






When we decided what to eat, DAW can only eat certain ingredients. So the manager came out and asked her what she can have in her dish and can’t have. That was nice that the manager at BB came out and took her order. The last time we ate at BB back in June 2013, the Sous Chef came out and took the order. This time it was the manager that took in the order.

Seeing the boats go by at PotC was very nice. We have watch boat after boat passing by the restaurant that afternoon.

It didn’t took too long until our food came out that day. I had the New Orleans Gumbo while she had the Blue Bayou House Salad which was ordered specifically for her.


For lunch, I had the Le Special de Monte Cristo Sandwich. I really wanted to try this version of the Monte Cristo at BB since I have eaten the Monte Cristo a lot at Café Orleans. When you look at the visual presentation of the Monte Cristo at BB, it looks completely different in presentation than at CO.

When I looked at the price between BB and CO, BB costs $8 more dollars eating at BB over at CO. But BB comes with the NO Gumbo where it costs $6 at CO. So if you get the Gumbo at CO, you are paying almost the same price for the Monte Cristo at BB.

DAW had the Royal Street Seafood Jambalaya. But it was changed dramatically. Instead of the Cajun-style dirty rice in the Jambalaya, it was changed with Pasta in it. I forget what else it was changed but that was the big difference.


The Monte Cristo at BB was so good and it reminded me of the one at Café Orleans. It was nice to be able to have the Monte Cristo at BB that afternoon. The Monte Cristo can easily fill you up quickly that I was only to finish half the plate. DAW enjoyed her custom Jambalaya that afternoon. She really loves the service at BB where the manager came out and took her order since she can eat certain ingredients.

After we finished lunch at BB, we decided to head on back to the room and get some rest since we have a lot of plans late that afternoon and night.


It wasn’t that full that afternoon when walking on out of the parks but the ride wait times were still high in the afternoon. When passing by Indiana Jones ride, the wait time was at 50 minutes. Even Jungle Cruise was in the 20 minute wait time while there were people on the second level of the queue.


We were out of the parks so we can get some rest until we head on back later that day. Monorail Mark VII Orange passing by on Harbor Blvd.


We got back to Fairfield Inn around 1pm and we took our afternoon nap until we head on back to the DLR. We plan on going back to DL later that afternoon in order to see the Frozen pre-parade float before the 4pm Mickey’s Soundsational Parade. We weren’t able to see the Frozen pre-parade float on our first day since we had trouble with the ECV. But this time, I was determine to see the float no matter what.

It was around 3pm and we started to get ready to head on back to the DLR and see the Frozen pre-parade float just before the 4pm Mickey’s Soundsational Parade. I packed all my equipment with me since we weren’t coming back later that night. So I brought my video camera, lenses and tripod with me.

We got in DL before 3:15pm and there were some people waiting on the curbs on MS for the 4pm Mickey’s Soundsational Parade.


The spot that we were planning on watching the parade was at IASW Plaza. We have watched the parade at IASW Plaza in the past and this is a nice spot to watch the parade when it comes from IASW. There are few people in this area when you compare to Main Street where people waited over an hour to get a curb spot. We only had to wait about 40 minutes at our spot. Since DAW had her ECV, we were able to get a good spot in the handicapped section.




We had to wait until it was almost time for the parade and the Frozen pre-parade float. So I tested out more pictures with the telephoto lens.


Mark VII Monorail Orange


Mark VII Monorail Blue


It was 10 minutes before Mickey’s Soundsational Parade, the announcement was made and the Frozen pre-parade float is now arriving. The music was “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen. It was just the music and without the words.

Here are pictures of the Frozen pre-parade of Anna, Elsa and Olaf that day while I used the telephoto lens.








Anna


Elsa




For some of you that know this float, it did look familiar at first. I knew about what float it was before it was converted to the Frozen pre-parade float. Yes, it was Mickey and Minnie Ice Rink float during “A Christmas Fantasy” parade during the holiday season at DL. I first was surprised that DL converted the Ice Rink float to the Frozen pre-parade float. I thought that they would create a new float instead of using an existing float while it is backstage until it was time for the holiday season at DL. It did make sense to use it where it is backstage somewhere with the other floats during the holiday season.

DAW was excited to see the Frozen pre-parade float and told me that DD4 would have enjoyed watching the float and seeing Anna and Elsa.

After the Frozen pre-parade float left, it was almost time for the 4pm Mickey’s Soundsational parade. I accomplished what I wanted to see that afternoon but DAW told us that we should stay around and see the parade while we have a great spot. It was perfect to use the telephoto lens and get up close pictures of the characters.

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Day 2 –June 23rd, 2014 – Part 4

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Mickey’s Soundsational Parade

After watching the Frozen pre-parade, we were now waiting for the 4pm Mickey’s Soundsational parade. It was nice to see the Frozen pre-parade and to be able to see Soundsational where I haven’t see the whole show since early last year.

Here are pictures from the 4pm Mickey’s Soundsational parade as I have used the telephoto lens to get the up close shots of the characters.






































After Mickey’s Soundsational Parade passed by at our spot, we packed all of our stuff and we started to move on to our next destination that day at DL.


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That's cool you were able to get a waterside table for lunch at BB. You took some great shots of the Mickey Soundsational parade too.
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Love the table spot and food at BB.

Great pictures of the parade!
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That's cool you were able to get a waterside table for lunch at BB. You took some great shots of the Mickey Soundsational parade too.
It was nice to be able to eat at BB at the waterside. I have read that the best opportunity to get a waterside at BB is to do the first reservation that is available at BB which was at 11:30pm. But the guests were let in at 11:15am and we were lucky to get the waterside table that day. It was nice to take pictures of Mickey's Soundsational Parade and to use the telephoto lens just made it even better.

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Great pictures of the parade!
The food was good at BB and was nice to get a waterside spot.

Thank you PiO. It was nice to use the telephoto lens during the parade.


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