Dear MiceChatters I need some ideas on how to convince my teens that DLR is not just about e-ticket thrill rides. I said to my 17 year old daughter and son yesterday, "This time, I want to go on EVERYTHING... including all of the rides you guys have snubbed me on in the past. It's about the magic and the whole experience. I want you to have memories of Splash, Space, and Soarin', as well as Toon Spin, It's A Small World, and Peter Pan." They looked at me like I was nuts! I LOVE all that Disney has to offer, but my kids only want to do the "big people rides". We have been three times to DLR and once to WDW, and we have yet to completely immerse ourselves in the total magic. I have these amazing memories as a child of going on every single ride, albeit, when I was that age, there was not a Indy, California Screamin', or Tower of Terror. I want them to experience ALL of Disney, and have memories of all there is "classic". Am I just being unrealistic? How can I help them see that Disney isn't just about fast moving coaster cars and big drops? HELPPPPPPP!