Disneyland is my home park, the place where I grew up believing in the power of imagination. The best part about all the Disney Parks is the sense of immersion that is nurtured through a multi-sensory experience that brings all of your senses into the story of your experience. That’s part of the reason that I love the new San Fransokyo Square in Disney California Adventure Park. Not only is the architecture and decor themed to perfection, but the sensory details are spot on as well. If you’ve ever visited San Franciso, you will know the area is famous for the Boudin Bakery, where the smell of fresh bread wafts through the air, drawing you closer.
In August, we saw that there was Baymax Bread coming to the Boudin Bread cart in the reimagined area. Now that it has opened, not only can you try this delicious sample of San Francisco, but you can see how it is made as well!
Now I just need to wait for them to release the cookie-cutter Baymax-shaped stamps so I can try this with my own bread at home! I’ll keep an eye out and let you know if Disney ever does release one.
Zoë Wood is a travel writer from Sydney, Australia. Since her first visit to Disneyland at the age of 6, she has spent her years frequently visiting Disney Parks and traveling around the world.
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