Come dream with me... Remember back to when you enjoyed an attraction at the Disneyland Resort for the first time. An attraction you had no perceived notions about, not a clue what it was going to be like, no pictures, no rumors. The most you had was the anticipation of the time from when you first heard, until your turn on the attraction.
I often wonder, why do people want to know what their present is before the party. Maybe some can shine some light on this subject?
One of my favorite attractions to take new comers to the Disneyland Resort is the Indiana Jones Adventure. It's one of those which simply blows you away from the moment you enter the line, until you find your way back into the flow of the Adventureland roadways.
Though often on here, quite a few people seem to want to open their present before Disney has even held its party. People trying to get snap shots of the inside of one attraction, or over the wall of another.
I would simply like to know: Why?
Obviously, there's nothing wrong with wanting to know. I for one like to be completely surprised when it comes to something new (one reason I wont be going to see the Blue Sky room).
So do you feel sometimes you're cheating yourself out your surprise gift from Disney?
Thanks for any insight, and may you have many moments of magic before weeks end.