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I'm gettin' a little confused here. You want a panorama of the entire resort? Taken from where? A panorama is a series of photos taken in all different directions from one spot, and then they're stitched together so you can see all 360 degrees of the scene. If you're talking about aerial photos, maps.live.com is the place to go. (They've got better current, detailed, thorough aerial coverage of the resort than Google Earth, Yahoo Maps, you name it.) If you're talking panoramas...name the location!
EDIT: Ah, you posted your example. Hmmmm...those are hard to come by, since they generally require a helicopter, tall structure, or tall rig for the camera. I happen to have a few on Flickr taken from the Grand Californian, if you follow the link in my sig, but they're probably not what you're looking for.
I just meant a nice view from one of the hotels that had DLR in it and some of the surrounding area.
I'm not sure you'll get what you want from a hotel. From the parking structure, you'll get a bunch of trees and the maintenance area. From the hotels, you can get DCA but again, just trees and maybe a Disney mountain or two. One of the best angles is from the Sun Wheel, but all you'll get are individual things like Space Mountain or the Matterhorn. If you want an aerial of the castle, Mainstreet, etc, I think you're looking at a helicopter shot.
Maybe you're thinking of a screen shot from one of the Disney promotional films? People and Places Disneyland was filmed in Cinemascope, and someone posted some of those recently.