What is up with you and interactive queues? Disneyland doesn't need them.
Notice the person saying this has the name of Ilovemegs. Notice that the last post made by this person was completely ridiculous. I'm pretty sure they are doing this to make us hate Meg Crofton even more.
I think by "skyway tower" the person meant the Chalet in Fantasyland where FanSky left on its trip to TL. I agree, it is a damn shame. That was such an awesome place to work during a hot summer. We got a great breeze coming through, you could hear the wind in the pine trees and the crew you worked with was great. I actually miss slinging buckets.
The old skyway chalet has been vacant far too long. And they've got to do something with the theater. I haven't been to the theater area since my daughter was little. They had some good shows (Animazement and the Pocahontas shows come to mind). And I love the Storybookland Canal Boats, but they need an update.
Adults are only kids grown up, anyway - Walt Disney
Hmmm...a permanent solution for the rails on Alice.
Maybe new effects in all the rides with all the new projection technology. What they did to Snow White and Alice with effects is great so I hope they continue that trend to all the FL dark rides. If budget wasn't an option (so basically what I wish they would do but never will), I would love for them to redo all 5 FL darkrides to be more on par with the sets and figures in TLM. I know the cardboard cutouts (*cough Mr Toad cough*) and figures that don't move even their mouths is nostalgic and everything but it would be awesome if al these classic could be a little more dimensional and stuff.
Storybookland would be great to update. It's one of my favorite rides in the whole park. I would replace Agrabah with Belle's village (how is it that acclaimed, Academy Award winning movie has almost zero representation) and keep the Cave of Wonders for Aladdin. Put in a little bayou with Mama Odie's house near the Old Mills and before Ariels for PatF. Also maybe a tower for Rapunzel near the exit to the Cave of Wonders or somewhere near the Patchwork Quilt.
While not on the top of many lists, I wish the small world interior gets a complete makeover. It's an embarrassment to see all of the distractions (electrical wires laying on the concrete floor), ugliness (the American scene) and bad show elements (non functioning ceiling spinning wheel above the France can-can dancers) which are very very obvious. I would imagine 18 months can make the interior as pleasant to view as the exterior.