Since Disney Resort has the Tower of Terror "under wraps" for awhile, tdrexplorer.com just posted some photos (from Jan.) of the ongoing re-building of Discovery Bay's StormRider, and it's wrapped-up condition, into a Nemo-themed attraction (with all of Nemo's friends as well), for a May Opening.
By the way ~ http://www.tdrexplorer.com for really great current articles on what's new, and planning trips to, all three Asian Disney Resorts! With the heavy emphasis on Tokyo Disney Resort. Which is fine by me, lol!
All photos from tdrexplorer.com ~ Thankyou!
The finished (art) work. I hope to be enjoying it next year, with David for our 46th Anniversary! (o:
^^It looks like that site will come in very handy when it comes to trip planning. Having been blown away by Disneyland the other week, these two parks are really getting me excited to do. My goal is to get over there next year if things work out!
^ Yes, they really keep up to date, with what's going on at Tokyo Disney Resort. 1-3 new articles a week, it seems.
But be sure to also check out the TDR site itself: http://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/ Great updates on what's closed for maintenance etc. as well as schedules for shows and entertainment. And where they show you "Japanese Language Only" Food and Merchandise pages, go for it! The food images do speak more than one thousand Japanese characters, lol!
More dreams are about to come true with the opening of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in World Bazaar at Tokyo Disneyland on April 21. This will be the first in-park opportunity for the popular makeovers, which have been available at the nearby Tokyo Disneyland Hotel since 2008.
The boutique opening will include a premium dress exclusive to this location, as well as a special photo studio setting for newly crowned princesses to pose with their royal subjects. The dress itself is inspired by Cinderella, with silhouettes of hearts and glass slippers, and comes with accessories to complete the look.
Our first (and only) TDL Princess! In queue @ Queen of Hearts Restaurant. TPR 2013 Japan Tour.
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