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There are screens on the wall that have picutes painted on to them that correspond to the fountain of youth.There are also areas devoted to A Bug’s Life and Cars, and the latter’s cartoonish take on Route 66 is delightful.The early reviews were harsh, but with a slight course correction (and a billion dollars in improvements) the new park has become a worthwhile addition to the classic Disneyland experience.Here are the ten best attractions at California Adventure, based on a day I spent there in November 2014. Soarin’ Over California Soarin’ Over California opened in 2001, along with the rest of the park, and it’s already a Disney classic.Ahead of you, always, is the huge gold head of Mara. Since that they use the same door to make the illusion of the three chambers, we went thru the "Promise Of Youth" section, the Blue door, I was sitting on the right side of the jeep and looked towards the scrim (netting) right after you pass it you could see the yellow room "Promise Of Wealth" on the wall behind it.(fortune, youth, and knowledge of future events) The truth is it doesn't. The Imagineers went so far to hide this fact that they actually made fake 'tracks' in the floor going to each door but if you look close you will see that they never actually connect to the main track.All of these effects occur in the same room, the only differences are the lights, fiber optic effects, sound effects and the orientation of your transport vehicle.You can actually see and even hear the room rotating.If you want to check this out turn around and look behind you as you go through the doors and head up to the Mara idol. By the late 1990s it had four different Disney theme parks, while Anaheim, the home of the original, was still stuck at one.While when you go through the fortune door the lights on the screens are turned off and the lights on the wall behind them are turned on so that the screens become virutally invisible and you see the fotune type paintings on the wall.Elsewhere the park recreates a Victorian-era boardwalk, pays tribute to California’s national parks, and houses a tribute to the state’s aviation history in a fake aircraft hangar.The California theme might seem odd for a park based in California (why bother with a fake Hollywood when the real thing is right down the freeway? Buena Vista Street feels as inviting as Disneyland’s Main Street USA, only the ersatz 1890’s midwestern vibe is replaced with cute approximations of Art Deco and Mission Revival Style.Ever wonder how the Indy ride takes you through three different doors/rooms?
When light is shined on these screens and the light on the wall behind them if turned off you see the fountain of youth pictures on the screens.If you’re dropping $96 for a ticket, though, you’re probably most interested in the rides.For the knowedge of future events door, both light are turned off and stars are projected onto the ceiling. That changed in 2001, when Disney’s California Adventure opened next door to Disneyland.Also the actual room beyond the doors changes in corrosponding with the door you just went through to make the one room seem like three separate rooms.