I admit, I've never been that into California Adventure. Mostly because the #1 reason why I love (other) Disney theme parks is the spectacular worldbuilding. And I don't know who thought it was a good idea to make a theme park about California...in California. I've had it explained to me that "that's for the out of state tourists," but seriously, who gets psyched about going to Disney's version of the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, or Disney's version of eating at clam chowder restaurants in San Francisco? I'm a California native and even I'm kinda like, "been there, done that" about it all. It's not nearly as cool as weird environnments that have the word "land" put after them.
So how is Disney fixing this? By-de-Californicating.
(That sounded dirty.)