The Key Sides Of Walt Disney's Dreamland

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Walt Disney had a dream of a place in which parents and their children could do things together and enjoy time spent with one another. His dreams were becoming more extensive the more he was thinking about this dreamland. He was imagining characters walking around talking and interacting with those who came to Disney. These thoughts were occurring to him as he was at an amusement parking sitting while his daughters were playing. Walt never wanted his amusement park to be like the typical one. He once said “What this country really needs is an amusement park that families can take their children to. They’ve gotten so honky tonk with a lot of questionable characters running around, and they’re not too safe. They’re not well kept. I want to have …show more content…
First off when people were coming in they were still painting and trees were still being planted. The asphalt had just been poured that morning and it was still soft shoes were sticking and heeled shoes were sinking. Additionally, the traffic was backed up for hours and cars couldn’t move anywhere. These traffic jams were sure-enough unexpected due to the fact that they were only anticipating 11,000 people. Also during this time California had been undergoing a heat wave so temperatures were in the high 100’s. Finally, to top it all off rides broke down, concessions had run out of food and drinks, a gas leak had developed which cause Fantasyland, Adventureland and Frontierland to close for the day, Tomorrowland was unfinished and the drinking fountains were decommissioned due to a plumbers strike (The Grand Opening of Disneyland). If that doesn’t sound like the world’s most fabulous kingdom, I don’t know what does. Although day one wasn’t all that it was cracked up to be Walt had apologized to everyone and after some minor changes were made and Disneyland was actually finished. Everyone who came the first day was invited back for a free day to see what Disneyland really was

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