When Walt Disney planned Disneyland in California, he wanted it to be a place where families could go to forget the real world for a little while. He obviously knew that there was room for Theme Park expansion, since the plans for The Florida Project were already underway when he died.
We have to wonder, though, if he ever dreamed that there would someday be Disney Theme Parks and Resorts across the planet. These complexes all have the heart of the original Disneyland, while adding touches for the local culture.
Disneyland Paris is a great example. It features the best of Disney, but also has a French feel. There are two Theme Parks at Disneyland Paris: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop is a ride that is located in the Worlds of Pixar land at Walt Disney Studios Park. Here’s the description from the Disneyland Paris website:
Round up your little recruits and march them over to Toy Story Playland for a thrilling parachute drop behind enemy lines.
Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop: Operation Papa Delta is Underway! At Disney Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop Sarge has enlisted you to his little green regiment. But first you need to learn to parachute. So buckle up recruit, follow your orders and brace yourself for a thrilling 82-foot drop above an army base full of lookout towers and over-sized green toy soldiers. It’s as if you’re part of one big play set!
Inspired by Disney•Pixar Toy Story films.
Embarquement Immédiat* is a web series using cameras on-board Disneyland Paris attractions. Taking you along for a ride, cast members will reveal secrets about their attraction, and more! Let’s head over to Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop with Maxence, cast member on the Rescue Operations Team.
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