Lately we've had some talk of unpleasant odors - restrooms (especially by Space Mountain), sewage smells around the parks ...
They are all memorable, and part of our experiences ... but so are some good smells.
If you stand by the candy store on Main Street sometimes ... mmmm ... and the churros always smell good (even if I don't want one at that time). Personally, the smell of turkey legs does not agree with me, but others will feel differently. But popcorn ...
Of course, there's all the scents that are a big part of Heimlich's Choo Choo in DCA. What about on the Monsters ride, when the Abominable Snow Man opens the door with lemon scented snow cones? (Sometimes his door doesn't open, but I still get that Lemon Pledge after-odor.
Speaking of restrooms, has anyone else noticed that the ladies room when you first enter DL on the Opera House side is usually especially stuffy and foul, while the one on the City Hall side isn't so bad?
It's been said that smells elicit memories more basic than other senses at times. They definitely are a part of our complete experience, even if not as obvious as all the visual input at DLR.
What memorable smells (good and bad) have you experienced in the parks?