I say blah because my brain got going and what I came up with is infinitely cooler then a boring ol building.
A force perspective Eric's Castle that you actually walk into to get to he ride, but not just any, "into" I'm talking, around the outside area, maybe from a high window you can hear the ladies talking as they do laundry. Another window, some pipe music, or even Louie serenading himself...
As you go inside the castle you walk into a grandentrance where you would board your ride vestle. ride the ride your exit is outside like you ust watched Them sail off into the distance, as you walk off the ride, you notice a side cave that has a beautiful shore theme that you can't help but explore. inside you find Ariel(with Fin) entertaining her guests...
The Little Mermaid building is going to look like it was part of the 1915 World's Fair in San Fran. The building will incorporate the Palace of the Arts (gazebo looking thing that was at the entrance of Golden Dreams) to further the feel
It is supposed to be DCA's premier dark ride attraction.
That's not exactly saying anything, as it will basically be DCA's only dark ride. Excluding Monsters, Inc. which I don't count as a full-fledged dark ride like HM or Pirates, which is what seems to be what LM is going to be.
I'd rather see them spend their budget INSIDE the ride, not on an Ariel outside the ride.
Current hat total: 100 of 100 - completed!
Duckland: Stroll through downtown Duckburg, making sure to tour Scrooge's Money Bin, then cross the Audubon Bay Bridge to St. Canard. Visit Liquidator's Splash Pool, and don't forget a stop by Bushroot Gardens!