Mary Poppins is... well...practically perfect in every way. And it was such fun meeting her at Disneyland. You can typically find both her Mary and Bert on Main Street near the Jolly Holiday Bakery.
Once inside there's much to choose from, light sandwiches or my favorite - brownies, cakes, and the famous Matterhorn macaroon!
Outdoor seating is available on the patio or in front of the bakery. Tables topped with bright yellow umbrellas make the perfect spot for parade watching.
A short jaunt down Main Street leads you to the Disney Emporium. You'll find every kind of Disney themed merchandise inside. If you look up over head, you'll see character vignettes. Here is Bert with Mary and a few dancing penguins.
Mary Poppins will always be one of my favorite movie characters. I HIGHLY recommend seeing the film Saving Mr. Banks.
Birds of Prey costumes were revealed at NYCC.
Here's a review of Harley Quinn's Caution Tape Jacket from the upcoming film
Birds of Prey.
Harley Quinn might be a little wild, but she never looks anything less than amazing. Case in point? Her soon-to-be iconic Caution Tape jacket, which she stylishly debuts in Birds of Prey. Channel those mischievous Harley vibes with our cosplay version, which features a moto jacket cut, zip front, waist belt and colorful, fringed sleeves made with a mix of fabrics.
I wish the strands were not curled, my guess is, this is due to packaging and shipping. I tried ironing the strands to no avail.
You can find this jacket at Hot Topic
XS - XL $89.90
1X - 5X $94.90
Check the size chart before purchasing this jacket, it runs small in size.
In a previous post, I mentioned my book, Knott's Old Time Adventures Presents Knott's Bear-y Tales: Journey to the Fair. Written by F.J. Vanassche
Illustrated by Carol Hodges.
Let's take a look inside!
The story follows the Knott's Bear-y Bear family on their journey to the fair. Let me tell you, the story follows the original ride exactly, complete with illustrations from the ride. The only thing missing is the fresh scent of boysenberry pie that was piped throughout the ride.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".
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