What is with parking?
Yesterday the downtown Disney lot, machines not dispensing tickets.. line of people pushing/pushing button, dangerously backing up in line to get into another line... an employee standing watching, I stopped to ask him, he said "don't worry, (something like?) out of tickets"
Well dears, why not have someone directing people to pull in instead of the muddle of confused and worried guests...
a note card taped to the machine?
Three Sunday visits, month past, directed to "use all lanes" we find the far left lanes are not open, barricades funnel two lanes into the third.... people waiting don't want to let us over, three lines moving infinitesimally to one window while other lines enter... I sent a note to Disneyland, they act as if they had no idea... and don't understand why it is a problem... "you can use all lanes" well yeah, you just can't enter from all lanes.... define "use"
Earlier this year, cars being parked from the far end up so guests are streaming through the cars parking, next visit we are directed into a space the previous car parked far over the line, the cast member waving angrily her against the previous car, like "here here" as our driver parks in next space so we can open doors... I asked him to call his supervisor, I'd like to explain why getting out of the car is essential to a Disney visit... he moved on.
Parking cast members standing in a group talking, backs turned, this driver not a regular visitor, hesitates, cast member waves angrily... everyone should just know where to go, right?
have twice this year had parking cast members walk in front of car, seemingly not looking.
I used to think Disney was the most efficient organizers of humans in motion I could think of
what has happened to the thoughtfulness (and common sense) that used to typify the process?