View Poll Results: What is your favorite Land at Disneyland?

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  • Main Street

    8 10.81%
  • Tomorrowland

    9 12.16%
  • Fantasyland

    7 9.46%
  • Toontown

    0 0%
  • Fantasyland

    2 2.70%
  • Critter Country

    2 2.70%
  • New Orleans Square

    37 50.00%
  • Adventureland

    13 17.57%
  • Frontierland

    4 5.41%
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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Star Speeder
    86: Tomrrowland
    Number 86???

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfedUpDane
    Number 86???
    That must be after all the other "lands" in ALL the other Disney theme parks around the world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aladdin
    That must be after all the other "lands" in ALL the other Disney theme parks around the world!

    You got it right.

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    My area..New Orleans Square!
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    Tommorowland before it was changes in 98 or was it 97..well the time it was turned into green gold and brown fiasco. I loved tommorowland and riding the people mover. Now its probably new orlens since thats were most of the rides i ride are at.
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    even though i voted for NOS, i still gotta make the pilgrimage to the ferns in critter country every time, so give the lush folage a nod.

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    New Orleans Square!!! I love and

    (2nd place is Main Street. I could people watch there all day long...)
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    No doubt it's Main Street. I love it! I love the shops and teh entire feel of the place. It's perfect for people watching and there is so much to do there. I literally have gone to Disneyland and not done much else besides stroll around Main Street. It's not uncommon for me to get a bit teary when I first walk onto it.
    What if the Hokey-Pokey really is what it's all about?

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    Fantasyland. It just seems the most Disney to me.

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    New Orleans Square...great theming, great mint juleps.
    i caught you a delicious bass.

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    NOS was especially cool when they had the antiques, the cookery shop, the place where you could buy masks and the other place where you could buy hats. I liked the fact that it was the kind of place where you could just sort of get lost.

    When I was a little kid, my family only went to Disneyland on Hughes Aircraft nights. So, I never really understood if an attraction was inside a building or outside because I had never seen Disneyland during the day. But, I was always enthralled by the Blue Bayou, which I only ever saw from a boat inside Pirates. The day my buddy took me there for the first time and we went in from Royal Street, I was totally shocked because I was finally seeing the place from the inside and a kid's lifelong mystery was finally solved.

    But that's what I really like about NOS: it's a place where new or infrequent guests can find hidden treasure!

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    NOS NOS NOS. If I could, I would live in the shack where the guy is rocking in POTC. Set me up with a corn cob pipe, and life would be sweet! I can hear that banjo playing.

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    Gotta be Adventureland!

    If we were talking Magic Kingdom this would be so easy for Adventureland (since POC is in that land).

    I appreciate the props for NOS, theme wise as well as for the rides. I'm disappointed ToonTown isn't ranked higher, but with only a D ticket it is hard to argue that it is the best land.

    I went with Adventureland because all of the attractions are excellent (Tiki, Cruise, Indy, even Tarzan), I also like the Aladdin show, the great gift shops and the Bengal BBQ (meat always tastes better eaten off a stick).

    It'd be interesting to have a poll where you rank the lands from most to least favorite and see which land has the most weighted points.
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    Hands down New Orleans Square, it is my absolute favorite location in the park....I could just sit there all day with my fritters people watching. The detail in NOS just impresses me every time I go...The 'hidden' little courtyards, everything....It's my happy place
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerbelle
    Hands down New Orleans Square, it is my absolute favorite location in the park....I could just sit there all day with my fritters people watching. The detail in NOS just impresses me every time I go...The 'hidden' little courtyards, everything....It's my happy place
    I always liked the ship masts that you can see peeking behind the buildings ... makes me feel like there is an entire port and world there.

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