View Poll Results: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the present.

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  • Main Street USA

    4 4.12%
  • Adventureland

    15 15.46%
  • Frontierland

    3 3.09%
  • New Orleans Square

    50 51.55%
  • Critter Country

    3 3.09%
  • Fantasyland

    15 15.46%
  • Tomorrowland

    6 6.19%
  • Mickey's Toon Town

    1 1.03%
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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    NOS, followed very closely by Fantasyland.
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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    You have to give it to "New Orleans Square". It may be small, but it has PotC, HM in it.

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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    Gotta be Adventureland for me. Tiki Room, Jungle Cruise, Indy, Bengal Barbeque (long may it live!). It's the one land that truly transports me to another time and exotic place.

    Believe it or not, I think the overcrowding in the area actually adds to the ambience. I always think of the crowded streets of Cairo from the Indiana Jones movies when I'm there. Now if I could just nonchalantly shoot down an arabian swordsman, my bad@ss Indy fantasy would be complete!
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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    Quote Originally Posted by E-ticket
    Gotta be Adventureland for me. Tiki Room, Jungle Cruise, Indy, Bengal Barbeque (long may it live!). It's the one land that truly transports me to another time and exotic place.

    Believe it or not, I think the overcrowding in the area actually adds to the ambience. I always think of the crowded streets of Cairo from the Indiana Jones movies when I'm there. Now if I could just nonchalantly shoot down an arabian swordsman, my bad@ss Indy fantasy would be complete!
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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    ^--- LOLOL

    I was going to vote Frontierland, but then thought about how it ties in everything on the westside, and I love everything on the westside. It's also hard for me to find clean break lines between Frontierland and New Orleans Square, since they blend and feed off each other so well. So I, too, chose NOS, as its nicely situated right in the middle.

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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    Quote Originally Posted by speederscout
    ^--- LOLOL

    I was going to vote Frontierland, but then thought about how it ties in everything on the westside, and I love everything on the westside. It's also hard for me to find clean break lines between Frontierland and New Orleans Square, since they blend and feed off each other so well. So I, too, chose NOS, as its nicely situated right in the middle.
    Beautifully said! I totally agree... though I dearly love Main St. also. I wanted to vote for Tomorrowland, but can't quite yet. If things continue to progress... perhaps someday soon.
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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    Pretty sad though that 20 years ago Tomorrowland would of been the favorite by far. They need to bring it back to its former luster.

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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyfreak
    Pretty sad though that 20 years ago Tomorrowland would of been the favorite by far. They need to bring it back to its former luster.
    Let's all keep our fingers crossed. So far, things are looking good.
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    Re: Favorite Land at Disneyland as it is in the Present.

    I voted NOS, like 50 percent of all the voters. Before I saw the total results, I was sure that NOS would have been a landslide victory. Why is this land so great?

    My favorite part is by far the balcony of the Disney Gallery. It is overwhelmingly beautiful to sip a Mint Julep and sit up there while tens of thousands of people make their way from adventure to adventure. It may not be a multi million dollar AA extravaganza, but this stunning view is like a tap to endless amounts of joy felt on the most sincere level (no wonder Walt wanted his "big" apartment there).
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