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  • The Bricks in the Esplanade

    The bricks in the Esplande , we were looking at them when we went to MHT waiting for my DD and her family. Do they still sell them? Will the reconfiguration of DCA's entrance have any effect on them ( it looks like they start far enough out from the CA letters that they should clear the expanded entrance)? What is the guarantee that when purchasing a brick that it will be there forever or how long????
    As and afterthought to the afterlife maybe they can sell an option store your or your loved ones ashes?

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    There are other threads going now covering these topics.

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      Re: The Bricks in the Esplanade

      I see many on the ashes thing which was more of an aferthought), but not the sale of , and longevity of the bricks . Directs please?

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        http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...elp-82090.html

        http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...n-82025p6.html

        Try these ones, first.

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          Re: The Bricks in the Esplanade

          I was actually interested in the answer to this also, and couldn't find it in the threads that you linked to? Maybe I missed it?

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          • #6
            Re: The Bricks in the Esplanade

            I looked also for the brick answers but...did not find.

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              Re: The Bricks in the Esplanade

              Here's some info....
              How to Get A Disneyland "Brick" Thursday, 17 May 2007 Bubblegum used to be a way to memorialize your visit to Disneyland- an outstretched arm on the Matterhorn could leave your flavorless dull pink mark on the ride, and on the park. But alas, with the wave of a putty knife, the memorials would be gone. Now Disneyland has a more permanent way to immortalize yourself - with an approved commemorative paver stone.

              The stones are located in the space between Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. The stones carry a Disney logo (choose between several), the name of an individual, couple or family, and a date. They are 8" octagons. The commemorative paver stones have a one time $150 fee, and for an extra $35.00, you can get a wood or acrylic replica for display at home.

              Some families make it a tradition to stop by and see their stone, and get a family picture on each visit. The pavers can make a special way to memorialize a loved one who is a part of special memories at Disneyland, and, although memorial specific messages aren't allowed, the name, and a birthdate or anniversary or the date of passing could be a thoughtful way to keep them close to Disneyland.
              Disneyland commemorative stones or "Disneyland Bricks" are available by calling 800-760-3566.
              Last Updated ( Monday, 10 September 2007 )
              from: http://ratcage.com/disneyland-articl...and-brick.html

              Also: I know they're only guaranteed a certain number of years but I don't know how many.

              EDIT:
              Here's an OC Register article that addresses some of your concerns: http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister...le_1903153.php
              Good morning, son
              In twenty years from now
              Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
              And I can tell you 'bout today
              And how I picked you up and everything changed
              It was pain
              Sunny days and rain
              I knew you'd feel the same things...


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                Re: The Bricks in the Esplanade

                Thanks for the info and the ocregistar link.

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