Disneyland in California has such unique places and feelings to offer it can really stand beside Disneyland Paris (and sometimes even beat it, but don't say to loud...) Of course, there's always an exception and in this case it's the sad sad land which is know as the land of tomorrow: Tomorrowland.
Forget the charming streets of New Orleans Square, long gone are the good feelings of Main Street: of all the lands of Disneyland, Tomorrowland is the worst of them all, such an all-time-worst even Walt Disney Studios in Paris can claim it offers better theming (I never thought I would say it!). We always thought Walt Disney Studios stood as the quintessential evil in Disney entertainment, well think again: Disneyland's Tomorrowland is your new enemy.
Ok, I'm used to Discoveryland, with its strong and cohesive identity, and ok, we all know the hard time Imagineers (and not just them) had and still have in representing realistic tomorrows (have a look a Paleo-future to get what I mean), but Tomorrowland has no excuses: it's just an area of the park that has been left abandoned for years (at least that's what it seems). I tried to get a picture of it, I looked for a nice point of view, for a "contemporary" look to take a picture of... nothing.
There's an exception to the exception of course: Space Mountain, wich beats Disneyland Paris' completely: it's less bumpy, more colorful, much better themed, with sights and sounds blending just perfectly into each other, and most of all it can be be ridden even by people who would never ride our Space "Washing Machine" Mountain, wich is what Disneyland is all about: having fun all together.
I liked the (recently redone) interior of Space Mountain. It goes full speed in the direction of representing a good ol', naive, future. Much much better than the sad, inconsistent, disjointed representation going on elsewhere on this area.