Pretty mundane, if you think about it, but what struck me were the lines of baby prams and strollers. You have to be there to see this really unique Japanese trait. Somebody parks their stroller in the open space, and pretty soon, everyone follows in neat order. Row after row, like in a car parking lot, except that there are no lines or markings on the floor.
It simply just happens. You notice this happening at all the attractions, rows and rows of neatly parked baby carriages. And these disappear soon after the ride finishes only to be replaced again in short order by the next group of visitors. Amazing! Such discipline.
Here are some photos of Disneyland taken during my last visit in 2008.
|Entrance to TDL|
|Tomorrowland, futuristic pavillons|
|Space Mountain, indoor roller coaster through the dark universe, scarry!|
|Cinderella's Castle gift shop, ha ha.|
|Cinderella's abode seen from Adventureland tree tops|
|River ride, do your own rowing!|