Birnbaum s 2020 Disneyland Resort

The 2020 edition delves into detailed descriptions of all attractions, resorts, and eateries; offers money-saving coupons and strategies to maximize your vacation budget; and includes a peek into what's new:The Tropical Hideaway: Disneyland ...

Author: Birnbaum Guides

Publisher: Disney Editions

ISBN: 9781368027540

Category: Travel

Page: 144

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As the Disneyland Resort continues to grow and evolve, trust Birnbaum as your guide! The 2020 edition delves into detailed descriptions of all attractions, resorts, and eateries; offers money-saving coupons and strategies to maximize your vacation budget; and includes a peek into what's new:The Tropical Hideaway: Disneyland is home to an exotic newmarketplace and dining destination, conveniently located in near Adventureland's Enchanted Tiki Room. Birnbaum supplies all the savory detailsfor appetizing adventures in this refreshing respite offering tropical sounds and waterfront views.Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge: The new 14-acre land will burst onto the scene to amaze Guests of all ages. The largest themed expansion in Disneyland Park history transports Guests to Batuu, a distant planet featuring lushforests, rocky turf, and immersive Star Wars-style architecture. Birnbaum gives the low-down on Disneyland's newest adventure zone.Pixar Pier: Birnbaum offers tips and strategies for making the most of a visit to this newly-reimagined land, including not-to-be-missed attractions (Incredicoaster, Pixar Pal-Around, and more), eateries (including menu updates for thenew fan-favorite: Lamplight Lounge), and shopping opportunities (Bing-Bong's Sweet Stuff and Knick's Knacks)


Birnbaum s Disneyland 1997

Author: Stephen Birnbaum

Publisher: Disney Editions

ISBN: 9780786881109

Category: California

Page: 158

View: 551

The newest, up-to-date edition of the only official guide to America's most beloved theme park. Birnbaum's features the best routes and times to travel, what to see and do, how to visit as many attractions as possible, where to eat and lodge, information about nearby attractions, and more. Color throughout.

Riding the Black Ship

she resorts to cynicism, just like the flight attendant that "has a problem with phoniness" mentioned by Hochschild (1983). ... The basic topographic design of all the Disney worlds is the same (Birnbaum 1989: 62).

Author: Aviad E. Raz

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 1684173167

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 262

View: 786

In 1996 over 16 million people visited Tokyo Disneyland, making it the most popular of the many theme parks in Japan. Since it opened in 1983, Tokyo Disneyland has been analyzed mainly as an example of the globalization of the American leisure industry and its organizational culture, particularly the "company manual." By looking at how Tokyo Disneyland is experienced by employees, management, and visitors, Aviad Raz shows that it is much more an example of successful importation, adaptation, and domestication and that it has succeeded precisely because it has become Japanese even while marketing itself as foreign. Rather than being an agent of Americanization, Tokyo Disneyland is a simulated "America" showcased by and for the Japanese. It is an "America" with a Japanese meaning.