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"A Walk in the Park" - A look at DCA's upcoming Walt Disney Plaza

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  • "A Walk in the Park" - A look at DCA's upcoming Walt Disney Plaza

    An interesting run-down of what to expect as you enter DCA's Walt Disney Plaza a few years from now was posted on Blue Sky Disney.


    I'm amazed at how much stuff is reportedly going into the new entry plaza. So many shops, in what seems like so little space!

    The LA Times Travel blog had this information a while back about the new shops and restaurants coming to Walt Disney Plaza.




    For me, Walt Disney Plaza sounds like it will be the most thematically rewarding part of the new DCA. It sounds like it will be really great.

    Photos, news, and commentary every week from Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom!

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    Sounds like a winner to me too. I sure hope they follow through with it. Thanks MG.

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      Fingers crossed...

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        Sounds good I only wish there could be great concept sketches to go with it

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          Originally posted by Oswald the Rabbitt View Post
          Sounds good I only wish there could be great concept sketches to go with it








          Further reading:
          Disney's California Adventure Project Tracker
          Disneyland Resort Cast TV - Announcement Video stills
          ABC7 News Segment - Video Stills

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            Thanks those look really nice

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              I'm excited!

              Those drawings are the sweet.
              Code Lee-Oh-Co (Or Jessica, if you want)

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                I'm excited too. The amount of description the new park affords, even before it's built, gets at the heart of the problem in the existing DCA: a lack of depth. When the buildings and hardscape have texture, when the names have history, when there's an obvious backstory and a sense of place, then DCA will be magical.

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