To be honest, I hate the interior of that ride. I only needed to go on once, to know it's not my thing. I would enjoy Mystic Manor a lot more. If I want to shoot at things, I'd rather the AA's in BLAB than the screens in TSMM.
As much as I like Victorian buildings, Disney has used them heavily already. I do like that DCA departed from them and went to different time periods. As much as craftsman style leaves me flat, I can appreciate the elements and I'm glad the GCH is not another Victorian. I hope PP continues to reflect the wilder styles found at seaside piers in 1900 and only nods at the Victorian.
I also can't see anything haunted mansion like being built at DCA. There's one in DL already. TOT feels like an updated HM to me. Now a NBC ride...yes please! Demo MM/GSS and put it there! The "funhouse" of PP.
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This would be cool, but, IDK (I don't know) if this should be in DCA or not, I mean...it wouldn't fit!
Disneyland's closed for all of 2011. See you in 2012. Snow White is now a water ride, Matterhorn has a fullsize basketball court where the Clippers have relocated to, and King Arthur's Carousel is suspended 250ft. in the air.
Not to be technical but with the Toy Story Mania addition, the Pixar Play Parade, Monster's Inc. Playhouse Disney, Muppets, Crush, Bugsland, and now possibly a Little Mermaid ride and Carsland... I think there is a little lack of DCA in DCA!
So much for the C... wonder what other letter they can replace it with.
wow... odd how the various "new" additions to DCA have actually justified this statement! About the only "California" we're getting out of this remake is an entrance I like to call "Walt-land".
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