as for theming with the matterhorn; it does fit fantasyland at least the newer version. Most of the fantasyland rides are set in a bavarian village setting, in fact I am fairly sure you can see the Matterhorn (or perhaps some other snow covered mountain) in the opening credits of pinnochio. I will grant you it doesnt make much sense next to the so very british Alice, but the way Alice is positioned it does block off most of the mountain view while you are in line. The stories set in england; alice, peter pan, toad are equally cleverly blocked off from the mountain, and the bavarian architecture gives way slowly to more european/english. Its a very slight transition but it is there. I think you have to more look at things in the park, not as their proximity of themes suggest, but rather how the real sightlines work in reality of walkign around. I think you will notice at least in the better done areas, that even though you may be next to the Matterhorn physically for instance, that the surroundings dont immediately give that away, and in fact hide it so things transitionally blend in from one ride to another. There ARE a few places where one theme intrudes into another, but it doesnt happen often (ahem spinning teacups would be a example) and where it does, its because consideration was given over to a view with more specatacle. Most things in Disneyland are very carefully placed so its as if you are transitioning from one movie set to another, and once on the new "set" the reality of the other sets have little to no intrusion upon the current perceived reality taking place.