Hi All -
So, its clear Disneyland wasn't really designed to hold the crowds it sees now. During a busy summer day (or night) navigating some areas is near impossible. Queues become too long for their alotted area and stretch out into walkways causing more mayhem. God help you if you want to find a table to sit down and eat at some of the counter service restaurants. And dont even get me strated on the nighttime combo of Fireworks/Fantasmic.
How can they fix this? The park is obviously not going to get bigger (at least not the areas that already exist). Is it a matter of adding more ride capacity? (operating all cars, etc) Raising prices on admission substantially? Getting rid of the SoCal annual passes?
I personally think part of the madness is caused by too few cast memebers operating the attractions. There needs to be someone monitoring the line so that they can adjust the ropes as needed. It seems that this never happens.
Just curious. I feel like as they try to increase the visibility of DLR as a destination and try to keep people on property longer it will have to be addressed somehow, right? I mean, if the DCA redo is the hit they expect it to be, surely they know it wont decrease the amount of people in DL only increase it.
What are your thoughts?