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    Only One Ride In Disneyland

    Later at night a few years ago, I was waiting in line to board the Jungle Cruise. One of the dock CM's didn't have much to do so he started talking to us, and he said to us "Disneyland only has one ride in it, does anyone know what it is?" I assumed that he was making the distinction between "attraction," "adventure," "experiance," and "ride". We asked if it was the Main Street Vehicles, the monorail, or the train among other things, but none were right. Does anyone have a guess as to what this would have been? I was thinking it might be Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    Mr. Toad's Wild RIDE seems logical....

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    I alway think that Mr toad wild ride is the only ride.

    Then Attraction.
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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by woodwanderer View Post
    Mr. Toad's Wild RIDE seems logical....
    Yea, thats what I thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by akfandisney View Post
    I alway think that Mr toad wild ride is the only ride.

    Then Attraction.
    Lostboy will have answer.
    Mhmm, I know someone will know, maybe even a skip might know depending.

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    DAFRN! Ive been asked this before. I dont remember if it was Mr. Toad's or not. For some reason i dont think it was. I believe it was the main street horse thing, but i could be wrong.

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by padgerfan View Post
    DAFRN! Ive been asked this before. I dont remember if it was Mr. Toad's or not. For some reason i dont think it was. I believe it was the main street horse thing, but i could be wrong.
    The controversy continues.

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    The only thing I can think of is Mr Toad! Maybe I'm not thinking hard enough...
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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    During the Traditions class for new CM's they indeed tell you the ONLY ride is Mr. Toads... Went through the class in early November.

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    Mr. Toad's Wild Ride is indeed the standard answer, I believe.


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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    if that is the case, then one can argue that Big Thunder Mountain RailRoad is also a ride..

    while "ride" isn't in the name, as you leave the train station, the hick-narrator says "Hang onto your hats and glasses, folks, cause this here's the wildest ride in the wilderness!"

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    So Mr. Toad's Wild Ride is not an attraction?

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    The toilet ride. One rides it more often than anything else in the park.
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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    ^Uhm.. thats a joke I guess?


    I need to go back to 2006 and find this CM.

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Weaver View Post
    So Mr. Toad's Wild Ride is not an attraction?
    This is what I wondered. It of course is under the label Attractions on park maps, but what is it truly classified as.

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    Re: Only One Ride In Disneyland

    I think it's a "trick" question.
    I think it's the "only ride" in Disneyland because of it's name.
    It's the only attraction with the word ride in it (according to all the "attractions" listed on the DL site)

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    What is the oldest attraction in Disneyland?
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