DisneylandДисциплина: Иностранные языки
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“What I want Disneyland to be
the most of all is a happy place – a
place where adults and children can
wonders of life. Of adventure, and
feel better because of it. ”
Disneyland is a thousand different impressions – from a
to a castle – a
fireworks, popcorn and ice cream. And it’s the sounds of
sight of smiling faces – sights and sounds which you’ll remember long
your day in the land of the young and happy at heart is over.
Walk past the famous floral Mickey at the Main
small town way of life from America’s past. On Main Street,
see sights and sounds from a time when life was as leisurely as
Horse-drawn Street Car and as innocent as
Railroad. From the color and music of a hometown
nostalgic flavor of an old-fashioned treat,
recalling fond memories while you create new
both sides of the street are always sunny.
Whether your visions
chocolates, your sweet toot is right at home on
come flavored with favorite childhood memories.
A fruit vendor’s cart displays
fresh,crisp wares while
. The saxophone band entertains on street corners
band makes you tap your toes. Every
guaranteed to make you fell “red, white, and blue ” all over!
Entertainment on Main Street comes in lots of shapes,
and smiles. Disney cartoons
helpings of laughter, while shops like the Crystal
to treasure. Or learn a magic trick or two at the Main
Just remember – on Main Street fun comes the old-fashioned way
One day Walt Disney had a vision. It was a vision of a place where children and parents could have fun together. The more Walt dreamed of a \"magical park,\" the more imaginative
and elaborate it became.
The original plans for the park were on 8 acres next to the Burbank studios where his employees and families could go to relax. Although, World War II put those plans on hold.
During the war, Walt had time to come up with new ideas, and creations for his magical park. It was soon clear that 8 acres wouldn\'t be enough.
Finally in 1953, he had the Stanford Research Institute conduct a survey for a 100-acre site, outside of Los Angeles. He needed space to build rivers, waterfalls,
and mountains; he would have flying elephants and giant
teacups;a fairy-tale castle, moon rockets, and a scenic railway; all inside a magic kingdom he called \"Disneyland.\"
Location was a top priority. The property would have to be within the Los Angeles metropolitan area, and accessible by freeway. It would also have to be affordable: Walt\'s
pockets were only so deep.
The search for the best spot finally ended in the rural Anaheim, California with a purchase of a 160-acre orange grove near the junction of the Santa Ana Freeway (I-5) and
The site where Disneyland was to be built.
Although, Disneyland was expensive. Walt once said \"I could never convince the financiers that Disneyland was feasible, because dreams offer too little collateral.\" So Walt
turned to Television for his financial support. \"Walt Disney\'s Disneyland\" television series offered a glimpse of the future project. This brought the idea of Disneyland into reality
for Walt and the American people.
Construction for Disneyland began on July 21, 1954, a meager 12 months before the park was scheduled to open. From that day forward Walt Disney\'s life would never be the
Some 160-acres of citrus trees had been cleared and 15 houses moved to make roo...