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    Re: Paradise Pier Hotel & Paradise Cove

    Want to go to a water park?

    Go to the Main Pedestrian Entrance on Harbor Blvd, and catch the LA Metro Route 460 bus, leaves every 30 minutes, and in about 20 minutes will drop you off at Knott's Soak City for just $1.25 each way.

    Simple, easy and cheap...

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    Re: Paradise Pier Hotel & Paradise Cove

    I also like the idea for a water park and hotel in that area.

    I do not see the "its too
    cold or there are too many water parks in the area" arguement as an issue. There are many ways that Disney could design a water park to make it work in California weather. They even have concept designs for a water park that was proposed for Paris.

    a well designed water park with more than just un-themed flumes like
    Knott's and Raging water could easily stay open for most of the year. Even if they saw the need to close for the coldest months of the year, that time could be used for maintenance and refurb.

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    Re: Paradise Pier Hotel & Paradise Cove

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkbeer View Post
    Want to go to a water park?

    Go to the Main Pedestrian Entrance on Harbor Blvd, and catch the LA Metro Route 460 bus, leaves every 30 minutes, and in about 20 minutes will drop you off at Knott's Soak City for just $1.25 each way.

    Simple, easy and cheap...

    KBF Soak City - Orange County
    but a Disney Water Park is better themed and designed
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    Re: Paradise Pier Hotel & Paradise Cove

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkTwain View Post
    As for the weather... they could build the park half-indoors, half-outdoors, keeping only the indoors open on colder days.

    Good idea. Next time you come in from Indiana, you should check out some of the other sights.

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    Re: Paradise Pier Hotel & Paradise Cove

    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaAdventurer View Post
    Good idea. Next time you come in from Indiana, you should check out some of the other sights.
    Oh I have. I've made both trips to LA and trips to Disneyland. And also once, both on the same trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpoe001 View Post
    but a Disney Water Park is better themed and designed
    Exactly. WDW's Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon are dazzling, thematically. A water park built with the same level of design at the DLR would rise far above any nearby competition, able to attract an audience just for their uniqueness.

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