Land Walkthrough & Details
1. Spanish Square Town Hall, 2. Park Info Board, 3. Storage Lockers
4. Red Car Trolley, 5. Greeting Character Hub, 6. Golden Dreams, 7. Unnamed Nighttime Show
8. Mission Tortilla Factory, 9. San Angelos Bakery, 10. Trolley Treats (Popcorn, Ice Cream, etc) at the Hub,
9. San Missions Department Store, 10. Californian Wears, 11. Elias & Co., 12. Barbara's Fine Sweets,
Upon passing through the gates to DCA, Right to Spanish Village, the Town Square of Spanish Village, similar to Disneyland next door (and California Adventure beyond it) anchored by an Mission Revival Architect of the Bridge, over which the Disneyland Monorail passed & stretches out before guests! There sits an Tower/Theater similar to Carthay Circle at DCA in all of great Mission Revival architecture, almost the same size/height as Carthay Circle & as their Castle/Icon/Weenie of Disney's California Adventure.
Disney's California Adventure Entrance Plaza/Ticketing Center’s Daytime/Nighttime music loop. There is a ton of songs themed to California. But inside the park is an Realistic/Movie Like Soundtrack that imbues guests with a boundless sense of energy for the day.
Right to the Entrance of the park is Square/Plaza of Spanish Village (or as Town Square of California Adventure, similar to Disneyland), This include a flagpole bearing the U.S. and California flags...What Disneyland Resort park could be without those?
The right side of the Square features an Spanish Square Town Hall
, a home to Guest Services & modeled after to the Santa Barbara County Courthouse. To the left of that is Small Building that been there for Storage Lockers.
The left (east) side of the runway is dominated by factory buildings. Most prominent is San Missions Department Store,
Disney’s California Adventure's main “Emporium” department store. The exterior of the store is inspired by the Santa Barbara Station in San Barbara, California that was build in 1902.
Past San Missions Department Store is Californian Wears
, a major clothing shop. Then their's the Elias & Co.
, its a Disney store with all of your favorite merch from Mickey & Friends to California Adventure Merch. & Finally there was the Mission Tortilla Factory
, This is where the history and the making of the traditional food of ancient and modern Mexico—the tortilla.” It’s not a ride or a theater. It’s an authentic, working tortilla factory.
The right side & Directly opposite is Barbara's Fine Sweets
, a Confectionery Store named after Santa Barbara, California, This not also home to Candies but its also home to World Famous Handmade Scooped Ice Cream. Further along & past from Barbara's Fine Sweets is shop. & Finally is the San Angelos Bakery
. It is bakery store fill with amazing Baking Delights, Drinks & who can't not forget in California without The World's Famous Sourdough Bread of all of California, All you can find inside the San Angelos Bakery, The building is inspired by Southwestern Artists ASSN at the Spanish Village Art Center Balboa Park in San Diego & inside feels similar to the Baker’s Field Bakery that was at DCA in 2001 because of all of that Spanish Mission Design.
Here at the end of Spanish Village & to the middle of the park is the Sunshine Circle,
California Adventure's Central Plaza/Hub of the park. The Circle of the Hub is formed/shaped like the Sun as California's Famous Star (Not a Planet) & also the home as the Sunshine State of the West.
The Sunshine Circle & also home to the Character Hub
, the park’s dedicated all-purpose character meet ‘n’ greet facility.
The Sunshine Circle meanwhile holds the Statue. Just as Disneyland Park feature statues of Walt Disney with Mickey Mouse, so does for Disney's California Adventure. (QUESTION TIME FOR ALL OF MY VIEWERS:
I had a question to asked for all of you who are great drawers & sometimes I'm not a great drawer, could some of you helped to see what this statue could like, what the named of the statue we could called & as well what icon/castle of the park could fit the land of Spanish Village could look like, Maybe like an San Gabriel Civic Auditorium style Building/Castle please).
We are only just began our grand tour of Spanish Village at California Adventure. We shall continue this week if I could & we will take a look at some details of the land, look at the famous Audio Animatronic show/attraction of all of California Adventure Golden Dreams, the features surrounding the land, and the passageways to California Adventure's other lands, So Stay Tuned & We will see you real soon.