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    So it looks like Carsland is a family destination afterall

    There was so much talk on the boards about whether the land could draw a diverse crowd and it seems that we've gotten our answer. I know we still have years before we'll be able to see if Carsland is a true classic land, it seems that it's a massive hit across the boards. A 100% survey rate is insane. i'm bummed that i dont get to visit the resort until September but i'm stoked that it's getting such amazing reviews.

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    Re: So it looks like Carsland is a family destination afterall

    It's such a fun and exciting environment! I couldn't imagine Carsland without families in it. The neon lights, the shops, the rides, the music.. it's all so thrilling. You are definitely in for a good time!






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    Re: So it looks like Carsland is a family destination afterall

    you'll be fine. just wait. you'll have ghost galaxy and haunted mansion holiday too


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    Re: So it looks like Carsland is a family destination afterall

    I know that my 7-year-old and I both had a blast there. Funny thing is if you knew nothing about the Cars films, it would be very easy to simply see it as a Route 66 town, albeit a bit fantasized with some anthropomorphosized cars.

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    Re: So it looks like Carsland is a family destination afterall

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirton View Post
    There was so much talk on the boards about whether the land could draw a diverse crowd and it seems that we've gotten our answer. I know we still have years before we'll be able to see if Carsland is a true classic land, it seems that it's a massive hit across the boards. A 100% survey rate is insane. i'm bummed that i dont get to visit the resort until September but i'm stoked that it's getting such amazing reviews.
    Don't be bummed, I'm not there 'til Sept. as well.

    It's better to wait though, Cars need to be broken in, they always run better after a few months of "break-in" time. You'll see.
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