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  • [Pictures] Atari Adventure Disneyland Hotel 1980's

    Does anybody remember this at the Disneyland Hotel?

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    Not alive then....so I'm guess it was just Atari games then?
    Happy Halloween!!!

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      What was it?

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        Re: Atari Adventure Disneyland Hotel 1980's

        Originally posted by oldhotelguy View Post
        Does anybody remember this at the Disneyland Hotel?
        I do, very well. Thanks for posting this, Don! (If you ever come across any pictures of the interior, please post them!)


        Originally posted by TTFN92 View Post
        What was it?
        It was an awesome underground (underwater, actually) video game room at the Disneyland Hotel, on the waterfront of their Seaports of the Pacific marina (which was itself awesome). It opened in December 1982.
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          Yes it was awesome! Oh how I miss it, as a kid it was a fun place to go by yourself. When you were done you could go play with the boats.

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            My son still talks about how much fun he had at the Marina arcade.

            On a typical day we would take a break at the hotel in the early afternoon. My kids would go to the arcade, my wife would browse the shops, and I would cool off at the Sierra Pool. Before we went back to the park, we often ate lunch at the Monorail Cafe or Mazie's Pantry.

            Those were fun times.

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              Originally posted by Tomorrowland67 View Post
              My son still talks about how much fun he had at the Marina arcade.

              On a typical day we would take a break at the hotel in the early afternoon. My kids would go to the arcade, my wife would browse the shops, and I would cool off at the Sierra Pool. Before we went back to the park, we often ate lunch at the Monorail Cafe or Mazie's Pantry.

              Those were fun times.

              Sounds like the regular schedule for many people. The Hotel was always an oasis to get away from the crowds and there was plenty of fun activities there too....including doing nothing and just relaxing by the pool.
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                I'm pretty sure I have a couple of tokens from that aracde in my coin jar.
                Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want!

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                  Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
                  Not alive then....so I'm guess it was just Atari games then?
                  man, do I feel old................
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                    Originally posted by Daboltz View Post
                    man, do I feel old................
                    what's Atari?




                    I kid I kid... yes I remember that place. I always thought it was a pretty cool place to play the classics.
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                      Originally posted by Daboltz View Post
                      man, do I feel old................
                      ^ohh don't worry, It happens to all of us....I grew up on Nintendo...Sega Genesis and the N64...one day almost no one will know what I'm talking about....they'll have all grown up with....Angry Birds, they'll never know the joy of Arcades...or the first Days of Halo when people used to strategist with people they have never met before online.....they'll be sitting in Disneyland land knocking over pigs while they miss the great environment around them
                      Happy Halloween!!!

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                        Seeing those pics reminds me of how much I miss the Marina. Much better scenery than those Monorail slides.
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                          I have 64 more pictures from the 1980's. Got them from a very special Disney friend who worked there for over 40 years.
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                            I remember it very well. I would take my kids there after the park closed and we would drop tokens till we were sleepy.





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                              Originally posted by oldhotelguy View Post
                              I have 64 more pictures from the 1980's. Got them from a very special Disney friend who worked there for over 40 years.
                              Would love to see anything you have to share with us. I always look forward to your posts.
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