The Little Mermaid Ride in Disney’s California Adventure

I will be heading out to Disneyland for the D23 Expo in August and the excitement has begun!  In addition to heading to the Expo, I will be (of course) heading over to see Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure.  I have been to both of these parks in the past but really just love them so much!  If you have not had a chance to visit these parks, now is a great time as Disneyland is offering the following deal:

Save up to 25% on Summer Stays at a Disneyland Resort Hotel:  Take advantage of special rates most nights between June 19 and August 13, 2011 at a Disneyland Resort Hotel. Visit for a night or a week — there is no minimum length of stay!  Contact Kristen at Magical Journeys for your price quote today!

To get everyone more into the spirit of Disneyland, here is the Little Mermaid Ride preview:

Thanks to InsideTheMagic for this great video!

1 comment for “The Little Mermaid Ride in Disney’s California Adventure

  1. disneyfan
    June 18, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    The ride was well….ok. My favorite part was descending into the bubbles. However, the rest of the ride looked thrown together to me. Like you were transported into a large auditorium with electronic prom decorations strewn about. Even the disco ball was clearly visible in the ceiling. I could not buy into the image of being underwater when I could clearly see the walls of the building I was in. Ariel’s hair at one point looked like a giant ice-cream cone. I did enjoy the “kiss the girl” scene except for the fish spouting plastic water streams.

    I guess I was expecting more detail a la Haunted Mansion. They could have projected images of water or something onto the walls, added some more rock formations, seaweed, something. This was a watered down version (no pun intended) of Small world with Clamshells to ride in instead of boats.

    But I am sure this will appeal to the younger than 5 crowd immensely.

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