We're back with part 2 of our Disneyland trip report, this time featuring Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and the Disneyland park itself.
The porte cochere at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel
Cake on display in the resort lobby celebrates Mickey Mouse's 90th birthday
This new(ish) seating area resides outside the Hearthstone Lounge
The Eureka Fitness Center has expanded into space that formerly housed the resort's kids club
The area outside White Water Snacks is under construction to add the new pool bar (see prior coverage)
The iconic Disneyland train station
Exterior facade of "It's a Small World" as the train passes in front
Just like Walt Disney World, the pathways are difficult to navigate as parade time approaches
Toontown is definitely a highlight, far more expansive than its Walt Disney World counterpart ever was
Mickey Mouse's house...
...and Goofy's Treehouse are just two of several walk-through buildings
"Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin" is the attraction that Florida's Toontown always lacked
In just a few days, this walkway will be a primary entry point for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Space Mountain is always a highlight, featuring a track that was completely rebuilt in the early '00s
Note the queue that wraps around the permiter of this room and down to the boarding station below
Sizeable crowds for a Tuesday evening in late April
If you missed it, be sure to check out Part 1 featuring our visit to Disney California Adventure.