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Dec. 15, 2006: The Yesterland Hotel Tram

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  • Dec. 15, 2006: The Yesterland Hotel Tram

    I've added a new Yesterland page about the Hotel Tram.

    Did you ever stay at the Disneyland Hotel? Did you ride on the tram to Disneyland?

    Did you ever get off the Disneyland Monorail at the Disneyland Hotel Station?

    What do you think about the current transportation between the hotels and the parks at the Disneyland Resort?
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: Dec. 15, 2006: The Yesterland Hotel Tram

    Thanks Werner, another great article.

    For every person who says how great the Park was maintained and how Walt really rode herd on the experience, look at the (primer on the wheel covers?) overall condition of that Tram. County Fair condition. True, the Hotel was not owned by Disney, but I can't imagine Walt letting that go by for long. The old DH had such a Palm Springs-ish Resort feel to it too, before the Towers took over. So quaint. Their DL themed Mini Golf Course was the greatest thing in the world! Show us that next!!!
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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      Re: Dec. 15, 2006: The Yesterland Hotel Tram

      I am going to dig up some great shots of the mini golf course...just in case.

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        Re: Dec. 15, 2006: The Yesterland Hotel Tram

        Well I stayed at the DL about 11 years and remember going from the Hotel to the Park on the tram. But every time other than that, when I went to DL before DCA was made we parked in the HUGE Parking lot and walked.
        I miss it and alomost want it back more than have Downtown and DCA (kinda sad if you think about it)
        Happy Halloween!!!

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          Re: Dec. 15, 2006: The Yesterland Hotel Tram

          Ok, when I first read the graphic out in front I thought it said, "Al Aboard!". The Disneyland Hotel Tram is pretty cool, but not as cool as if Al was aboard it, he's pretty much the star of MiceAge and its divisions.

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            Re: Dec. 15, 2006: The Yesterland Hotel Tram

            Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
            Well I stayed at the DL about 11 years and remember going from the Hotel to the Park on the tram. But every time other than that, when I went to DL before DCA was made we parked in the HUGE Parking lot and walked.
            I miss it and alomost want it back more than have Downtown and DCA (kinda sad if you think about it)
            Im almost inclined to agree with you Jerrod. I dont think progress is always progress.
            Mark

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