Hahaha. First thing I did in MK is ride the Peoplemover followed by Carousel followed by Peplemover again. Great fun, isn't it?Originally Posted by Circarama
Darn tootin', and even during some of the coldest days of the year in Feburary I noticed that. Epcot and MGM have it even worse."Dang, they don't have as much shade here as they do in Disneyland"
, and "Where's all the benches?"
So, after a while, I decided to write, for the first time in my life, a journal of my visit to Walt Disney World. Which turned out to be a very good thing, since I would have "no way" remembered all of the great things and fabulous restaurants we went to.
Rain, uncomfortable heat have a lot to do with that. There is a pretty big outdoor dining area but it's closed a lot of the time (Tomorrowland Terrace.) With all the seagulls flying around the MK (but not the others) it's probably for the better.*Less outdoor dining areas in WDW MK.
You forgot about something else at the hub that is huge as well (although I guess they're about the same size if we use our imagination )*The Hub at WDW is HUGE!
Nope, most of that's at the other parks, though. The Walt (and lesser extend animation) exhibits at MGM in particular. You'd think being so close to Glendale DL could get some more neat models like those. Until the 50th exhibit in the opera house, I haven't seen incredible models on display in DL since Splash was being built.*There is no Disneyana, Disney Gallery or equivilent at WDW's MK.
There's also few Disney fanatics, which means VERY few people who act like they own the place. Of course the opposite side of that is visitors that don't know and don't care, but at least they don't recite the HM spiel while IN the HM.*Very few guests wear Disney attire in WDW (so I stuck out like a sore thumb...PROUDLY!)
Another common one, and one I've heard before, is people who call MK "Disney World the park, you know, the big one, the one they call Disney World instead of Epcot or the rest."a cellphone conversation overheard in the Hub at WDW's MK, "I'm sitting at the place where the man is holding Mickeys hand"
Maybe it was because of the old show, but I found watching the Bears to be rather sobering. Maybe the stage/theater didn't feel as big as the DL one or something, but it didn't seem right.The trip was worth it just to see some of those great old attractions.
So, MK aside, how was everything else? It's always fun to read another DLers WDW opinions, since the places are so different. We'll never get to see so many rides and hotels here, unfortunately.