The only part of DCA that I would keep is the Condor Flats/GRR/Golden Vine area. That's the are that to me has the most complete theme and strikes a chord similar to Disneyland while still being true to California.
Huck nails it, Condor Flats and GRR are the only parts that truly feel Disney. TTBAB is pretty good, and there's a lot of untapped potential in what they set up everywhere, but they just went too cheap.
Scrapping most of DCA wouldn't make anyone cry(except maybe those we'd chastise for setting up the thing in the first place).
Well I didn't vote based on which esction had the best rides only the atmosphere of that area. Using those criteria I chose the Sunshine plaza. It's the one place in the park that I can sit in and enjoy watching people and soaking up atmosphere. The other areas are either too unattractive to stay in for long or feel too much like to real world and don't have enough fantasy.
What if the Hokey-Pokey really is what it's all about?
I just really like the themeing in that area. Sure, they could add more themeing and they NEED to add more attractions... but the Tower of Terror and the Disney Animation building are two of my favorite places in the park...
Coming in a close second is Condor Flats/GRR...
I gotta go with the Hollywood Pictures Backlot, home to Muppet Vision 3D one of my favorite rides. The themed waiting room and video are awsome and any time you have statler and waldorf heckling the movie you know its a classic.
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I love the detailing and theming in Condor Flats. The background music there is extremely inspiring (not that that's saying much when compared to the Paradies Pier Carnival Music). I also love the detailing around GRR. The river and waterfalls look very authentic.
I love the Pacific Warf area. Nothing like eating a corn chowder sd bowl, sitting next to the water, and feeding the passing ducks. So peaceful and relaxing.
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Homer: But Marge, this one came with a corn-cob pipe!
Marge: [reading from the test box] "Ahoy, Maties! If the water turns blue, a baby for you! If purple ye see, no baby thar be!"
Homer: So, which is it? Blue or purple?
Marge: "If ye test should fail, to a doctor set sail!"
Condor Flats.. I think they did a good job at themeing the whole area. From the big rocket end in front of soarin and the cool landing strip with working lights on the walkway. HPB would be a close second.. since ToT is there ...