Disney's California Adventure Park

    Page 1 of 2 - About 18 Essays
  • Personal Narrative: A Humorous Trip

    in the car ready to go Citadel Factory Outlets. Being extremely jet lagged, my brother and I fell asleep in the car. We spent about 3-4 hours shopping at the outlet. Within a flash, the first day had gone and I was ready to collapse in fatigue. Day 2 was spent at the famous ‘California Adventure Park’. Personally this was one of my favourite places while in the ‘United States of America’. California Adventure park had all these amazing rides that I couldn't wait to trial. The first thing I witnessed while in California Adventure Park was the live, bubbly music playing from the old Disney movies. We had gone on multiple rides but the ride that stood out to me the most, was the infamous ‘Tower of Terror’. The Tower of Terror was a ride that took you up 13 floors and then all of a sudden your insides dropped to the floor (whilst physically you were dropping about only 6-7 floors) and those were your last few moments alive. Coming out of the ride, trembling with absolute fear, and a sensation of pride that I’d survived, I recounted the whole ride to my coward sibling. My body was tired, fatigued and still jetlagged, but my mind was going ecstatic in anticipation, as the next day was the much awaited ‘California…

    Words: 812 - Pages: 4
  • Walt Disneyland Research Paper

    The happiest place on earth, created by the amazing and talented, Walt Elias Disney. Disney’s imagination was like a bomb; it started with one idea, then once that idea hit success, it only created an outburst of classic-character masterpieces. Walt Elias Disney, founded the movie classics: Pinocchio, Lion King, Snow White, Tarzan; and the famous, Mickey Mouse and Friends, and many others, but no show or movie could top his best creation: Disneyland and California Adventure Park. Joining…

    Words: 463 - Pages: 2
  • Star Wars Persuasive Speech

    have to travel to a galaxy far, far away to relive their favorite galactic adventure. In a huge Disney event last Sunday, Harrison Ford revealed plans for a Star Wars theme park and how fans will soon be able to walk in the "iconic locations" of the film franchise, just like he did while playing Hans Solo. Entertainment Weekly reported that the actor appeared at ABC's Disneyland 60, a live TV event celebrating Walt Disney's first ever park. Ford began his speech by saying, "Star Wars is, for…

    Words: 332 - Pages: 2
  • Walt Disney World: The Most Magical Place On Earth

    “We believed in our idea- a family park where parents and children could have fun together,” Walt Disney once said (Fanning 167). It is hard to believe that Walt Disney World was once just land. People’s ideas, thoughts, and actions helped Walt Disney World to become what it is today. Walt Disney World is known to most people as the “Most Magical Place on Earth.” There are many reasons why. The main reason is Walt Disney World transports you into a world where you can have fun with your family,…

    Words: 1647 - Pages: 7
  • Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs: A Brief Story Of Walt Disney World

    Amphibian 's Wild Ride, Snow White 's Adventures, Space Station X-1, and Stage Coach drew innumerable amounts of kids and their guardians. Special occasions and the ceaseless working of new attractions urged people to visit many more times. Disneyland was such a success that Walt Disney decided to make it even more widespread. In 1965, work started on a significantly greater Disney amusement park and resort close to Orlando, Florida. All through the 1960s, Disney kept on working with his staff…

    Words: 1232 - Pages: 5
  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To The Tears Convention Team

    This summer I went to the D23 Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center. The best part was going to the Parks and Resorts panel. My mom and I were waiting in this mile long line at 9am for this panel that started at 3 pm. We finally started moving and went down the escalator to go into the basement. We entered a giant room under the main ballroom and sat down on this cold gray concrete floor with about seven thousand other people to wait. After being down there for about three hours we finally got…

    Words: 275 - Pages: 2
  • Persuasive Essay On Disneyland

    Disneyland. With just this one word you already know what Disneyland is, it is the happiest place on Earth filled with many adventure, fun, and dreams for kids and adults the magical park some called it. Disneyland began its construction on July of 1954 with Walt Disney’s 160 acre of land he purchased in Anaheim, California just outside of Los Angeles. Disney spent about $17 million building the theme park which took a year to finish. Since Disneyland’s opening on July 17, 1955 it’s been a must…

    Words: 729 - Pages: 3
  • 1940 Film Pinocchio: The Walt Disney World

    If you have, that may be a result of Walt Disney’s 1940 film, Pinocchio, which first introduced the idea of a world full of fantasy through wishing (Fanning 80). Disney’s new world was not easily created nor successful the first few tries, but with arduous work and dedication his goals came true. Seventy- four years later, the dreams and wishes are still being kept alive through movies, attraction parks, many types of merchandise and an impressive charitable relationship with the public. The…

    Words: 1484 - Pages: 6
  • Amusement Park Vs Disney Land

    on vacation at an amusement park, but it is attainable. One of the best amusement parks you could go to with your family is in California. Therefore, that amusement park would be a Disney Land which is a great place to go with a family. Parents should take their kids whenever they can because it is always going to be a fun time. Disney Land is one of the most best amusement parks you can take your family because it is fun, you are never too old, and it is cool visiting a new place you have never…

    Words: 1119 - Pages: 5
  • The American Dream In Snow White By Walt Disney

    “All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them (Walt Disney).” You need to do something beyond what you hoped for when it comes to making dreams come true. Believe in yourself and don’t listen to what others think. Walt Disney believed in himself when it came to making Disney movies. He said the quote above because he struggled to make his dreams come true, but he still had courage to make it into something. Although he had to overcome many obstacles, Walt Disney used his…

    Words: 1505 - Pages: 7
  • Previous
    Page 1 2

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: