Disney's Paradise Pier Recalls a Lost Era of Amusement Parks Disney's California Adventure, which opened in Anaheim last February, is unique in that company's lineup of theme parks. For one thing, it doesn't highlight the familiar parade of Disney characters; if you want to commune with Mickey and Minnie, you'll have to go next door to Disneyland. For another, California Adventure, which is broken down into several discrete zones, is nevertheless themed to the single unified concept of ...
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