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UER Forum > Archived US: Pacific Southwest > Disneyland (Viewed 3100 times)
Shuga_Shane 


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Disneyland
< on 8/13/2008 9:44 PM >
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I think we have all heard the stories of underground tunnels at disney land. I did a little research and found this.



So I set out to find it. I did find the entrance just beyond this sign.



But there was a guard at the entrance that buzes you in. It's also the entrance for the people in costume, so there was'nt really a chance unless i could get a goofy suit and a employee pass. walking around the fence line I saw many of these. Air vents for a tunnel system.



So with a little more walking around I found a weak spot in security. That got me in behind the sceins..



Sorry I could not provide any pictures of this area, I would have been a dead giveaway if I had started taking pictures. It was a staff only area.
I eventually found my way into the main park.




I did see some points of interest.



But security at disneyland is heavy, and after a while I lost interest in the tunnel system. So it was off to plan two. Get back stage on a ride. I remember as a kid splashing water on the "it's a small world ride" and hearing a voice from the sky telling me to cut it out. so simply jumping off a ride was out of the question. So I decided to wait for everybody to go home. I became obsessed with the Indiana Jones ride. I'm also a little obsessed with Indiana Jones in general. Here are a few pics from the ride.










On the top.



I almost fell off when I realized a hoard of rats was also climbing up there.

From below.



From the top.




Roof top.







I really wanted to get some close up pics of the Indiana jones robots, but that place never really closes down. I made my way in, but there were three guys servicing the ride all night long.

Here is a random secret room I found. It does not seem to be used for anything, so it would make a great hiding spot.





There really is not any more to this story other than me having fun enjoying the park. So I leave you with a few random pics.







The ASIMO red rocket.





Good bye everybody, I hope this encourages you to Access all areas.



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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 1 on 8/13/2008 11:07 PM >
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wow you are a real life urban indian jones sweet ride pic this is the most fun i have seen on uer in a while

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 2 on 8/14/2008 5:24 AM >
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Haha, nice pic on space mountain. You've def. got some top notch ninja skills. Between this and the RMS Queen Mary, THAT'S what I call a vacation.

Edit - Also, why does that robot have a pink hard-on?
[last edit 8/14/2008 5:24 AM by Wilk - edited 1 times]

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 3 on 8/14/2008 5:37 AM >
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he was holding a rolled up piece of paper in his other hand, it just came out looking like a K-9 hard on. I thought it was funny.

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And thanks, it was very Nija, not an easy place to sneak into. But every place has it's weak spot.

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 4 on 8/14/2008 10:10 AM >
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cool pics... that map is from the florida magic kingdom, disneyland doesnt really have any tunnels, there is a service tunnel running from behind tomorrowland to the matterhorn and a basement area under fantasyland. I used to work nights as custodial, that was the most fun i have ever had at a job, 90% of the time i was exploring. There is SOOO much stuff to explore at night.

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 5 on 8/14/2008 10:17 AM >
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Posted by billbixby
cool pics... that map is from the florida magic kingdom, disneyland doesnt really have any tunnels, there is a service tunnel running from behind tomorrowland to the matterhorn and a basement area under fantasyland. I used to work nights as custodial, that was the most fun i have ever had at a job, 90% of the time i was exploring. There is SOOO much stuff to explore at night.


Theres also a tunnel running from the Disneyland Hotel to the park. I used to get stuck at Disneyland with my brother when i was a kid because my dad's fiancee worked for the Queen Mary as catering manager when it was owned by Disney, and they wanted some adult time i guess. Her best friend was catering manager for the D Hotel and he used to pick us up from the park on a golf cart and take us to the hotel for lunch.

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 6 on 8/14/2008 10:31 AM >
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Posted by big dave


Theres also a tunnel running from the Disneyland Hotel to the park. I used to get stuck at Disneyland with my brother when i was a kid because my dad's fiancee worked for the Queen Mary as catering manager when it was owned by Disney, and they wanted some adult time i guess. Her best friend was catering manager for the D Hotel and he used to pick us up from the park on a golf cart and take us to the hotel for lunch.


actually now that i think of it there is a HUGE area under downtown disney (possibly the old tunnel you were talking about) its kind of like a service port for the restaurants and hotel (also one of my hiding spots when i worked days)



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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 7 on 8/15/2008 12:55 AM >
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Ok, that pose in the Space Mountain 2008 photo is the sickest. You look like a gangsta Indy! So fuckin funny, I'm laughing out loud. I love that kind of stuff. reminds me of being a kid at Great America. Thanks for bringing back good memories.
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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 8 on 8/15/2008 3:53 AM >
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awsome pics you really get the coolest stuff

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 9 on 8/15/2008 4:22 AM >
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How come you were sitting alone? And how come everyone else looks like they are from the 80's?

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 10 on 8/15/2008 5:08 AM >
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Posted by argonian
How come you were sitting alone? And how come everyone else looks like they are from the 80's?


would you sit next to a gangsta Indy?

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 11 on 8/15/2008 5:32 AM >
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good point.

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 12 on 8/15/2008 4:20 PM >
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Ok I think this whole thing might be cool enough to deserve a gangsta Indy, bandana and hat photo challenge.
Let's see some pics of gangsta Indy sightings at your local abandonments. I'll start it off on my trip this weekend. I just need to find a hat...


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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 13 on 8/15/2008 5:33 PM >
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Cinderella, others arrested in Disneyland labor protest



"Tinkerbell" and other Disney characters were handcuffed Thursday in a protest outside the gates of Disneyland.


ANAHEIM, California (AP) -- Cinderella, Snow White, Tinkerbell and other fictional fixtures of modern-day childhood were handcuffed, frisked and loaded into police vans Thursday at the culmination of a labor protest that brought a touch of reality to the Happiest Place on Earth.

The arrest of the 32 protesters, many of whom wore costumes representing famous Disney characters, came at the end of an hour-long march to Disneyland's gates from one of three Disney-owned hotels at the center of a labor dispute.

Those who were arrested sat in a circle on a busy intersection outside the park holding hands until they were placed in plastic handcuffs and led to two police vans while hundreds of hotel workers cheered and chanted.

The protesters were arrested on a misdemeanor count of failure to obey a police officer and two traffic infractions, said Sgt. Rick Martinez of the Anaheim police. They were cited and released, Sgt. Chris Schneider said.

Bewildered tourists in Disney T-shirts and caps, some pushing strollers, filed past the commotion and gawked at the costumed picketers getting hauled away. The protest shut down a major thoroughfare outside Disneyland and California Adventure for nearly an hour.

"It's changing my opinion of Disneyland," said tourist Amanda Kosato, who was visiting from north of Melbourne, Australia. "Taking away entitlements stinks."

The dispute involves about 2,300 maids, bell hops, cooks and dishwashers at three Disney-owned hotels: the Paradise Pier, the Grand Californian and the Disneyland Hotel.

The workers' contract expired in February and their union says Disney's latest proposal makes health care unaffordable for hundreds of employees and creates an unfair two-tier wage system. The union also says Disney wants to create a new category of part-time employees who would receive greatly reduced benefits.

"The other hotels around the area all have health care that is provided by the boss and have been able to get wage increases," said Ada Briceno, president of Unite Here Local 681, which represents the workers.

"At the other hotels in the same classification, for the same work, the workers get paid $2 to $3 an hour more."

Disney spokeswoman Lisa Haines said Disney and the union are in negotiations and nothing has been finalized. She said workers have protested 14 times but sat down to negotiate only 11 times in the past six months.

"Clearly we're disappointed that Unite Here Local 681 has spent more time protesting," she said. "Publicity stunts are not productive and are extremely disruptive to the resort district."

Before the arrests, the picketers marched and chanted outside Paradise Pier, holding signs that read, "Disney is unfaithful," and "Mickey, shame on you." They were joined by community activists and religious leaders from local churches.

Luz Vasquez, who works in the bakery at Disneyland Hotel, said she can't afford to lose many of her benefits. She said it's already hard to care for her three grandchildren and aging mother while earning $14.32 an hour.

"Disneyland is being unfair with us because we're fighting for our health care and they're trying to take it away," said Vasquez, 45. "They're trying to cut our hours and take away our seniority."

Co-worker Diane Dominguez, 50, said she was worried about losing health care because of the heavy labor involved in lifting mattresses, moving furniture and making dozens of beds a day. She also said rising prices and the cost of gas were eating into her salary of $11.11 an hour.

"The most important is health care. We need that and they want to take it away," she said.

At the heart of the issue is a free health care plan that has been provided to Disney hotel workers through a trust fund that Disney and other unionized hotels in the area pay into.

Briceno said that in exchange for the free medical plan, union members agreed in previous contracts to a lower wage for hotel workers in the first three years of their employment.

But Disney now wants to eliminate the free health plan for new hires and wants to create a new class of workers who put in less than 30 hours a week, said Briceno. Those part-time workers would receive no sick or vacation pay and not be given holidays, she said.

The company also wants to increase the number of hours full-time employees must work before qualifying for the health plan, she said.

"At the end of the day what it means is that workers are going to be priced out of health care," she said.

Haines said the majority of other employees at Disneyland pay for a share of their health plan, even though the resort shoulders about 75 percent of the overall cost. She said it's important to negotiate a contract that's fair to those other unions, too.

"We do remain hopeful that we can reach an agreement that's both fair and equitable, providing that union leadership is reasonable and realistic in its approach," Haines said.

http://www.cnn.com...ters.ap/index.html

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 14 on 8/15/2008 8:03 PM >
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Looks like pedo bear is missing from that picture.


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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 15 on 8/15/2008 8:06 PM >
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he should at least he shopped into the back of the cop car.

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 16 on 8/16/2008 6:39 PM >
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Posted by freeside
Ok I think this whole thing might be cool enough to deserve a gangsta Indy, bandana and hat photo challenge.
Let's see some pics of gangsta Indy sightings at your local abandonments. I'll start it off on my trip this weekend. I just need to find a hat...




Oh it's on, I'm going to be in the woods for the next two weeks, so I don't think I'll be that productive. But I think either posing as Indiana "G" or making the statues pose for you is a great way to have some fun while exploring.

I know it's been said a lot, but this could be the next lonely chair fad.

Here is one,(before I got the hat.)


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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 17 on 8/16/2008 6:51 PM >
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wow. atleast they got creative with the protest. I would be doing the same though. people NEED healthcare.

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 18 on 8/26/2008 5:12 PM >
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That's a really great post, Shane.

I'll actually be down at Disneyland this weekend, but with a cast member from Florida and my GF, so no time for UE besides doing some spotting.

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Re: Disneyland
<Reply # 19 on 8/26/2008 5:31 PM >
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This thread inspired me to go to Disneyland... I was there this past weekend

... so I blame you for all the money I spent!



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