Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Favorite "Secret" Spot in Frontierland
Unlike Orlando, Anaheim's park suffers from limited real estate. On the plus side, I believe this is why Disneyland is so well-designed, because Imagineers have had to carefully consider each decision. The intimate nature of Disneyland is one of the things that makes it so special. When it comes to intimate spots, the area shown in this May 1960 is one of my favorite spots in the park. No attractions, no food carts...just a peaceful relaxing area shaded by the trees that surround it.
Mercifully, it has remained unchanged as you can see from this recent comparison photo. You will rarely see people taking this path, making it easy to feel as if you are the first person to discover this short cut to Central Plaza.
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