It used to be New Orleans Square...but the success of the "Pirates" films have made that area of the park a madhouse and not the 'quiet corner' it once was. Now its the beauty of the natural Frontierland. We love it!!!
Adventureland ~ comes in 1st ~ It takes you into the Jungle, right in the
middle of an urban jungle. It contains the most elaborate ride on Opening
Day of DL, the Jungle Cruise, and has been given special additional
attention over the years. It includes one of Walt's most, and 1st
all encompassing technologically sophisticated attractions, complete with
outdoor pre show ~ all disguised under a thatched roof ~ the Tiki Room.
It contains well themed stores, Unique treats, from Dole Whips to
the Bengal BBQ, It also has one of the best dark rides in all the world,
themed to one of the best series of movies, and has, unarguably THE
BEST queue in the history of Disney Parks ~ Indiana Jones! Shrunken
Ned, one of the best "side shows" ever! Then also Tarzan Treehouse,
with still reminders of Swiss Family Robinson, and Storytelling at
Aladdin's Oasis (which really does need to be improved to a venue similar
to the Tahitian Terraces, or belly dancers with Mideast food)
New Orleans Square comes in 2nd. With 2 of the best attractions in
DL, (Haunted Mansion and Pirates), Ok restaurants (although Blue
Bayou took a turn for the worse with its changes for the 50th) The
store are ok ~ but don't hold the same charm prior to the Villains Shop
moving to NOS, and now overrun by pirates. Charm fell also, when
the large fritters disappeared. A plus, however was the added with entertainment of Jambolia Jazz (spelling?)
Critter Country went to pot with the addition of that
british beasty bear.
NOS was great because of it's charm and all the trees and it's just a place that draws you in. I do agree that all the pirate fuss has made it a walking nightmare.
As far as tomorrowland. Where's the tomorrow part in it? There's no character to the land either.
Main street is great because we hold on to our past.
Fantasyland is just too full of strollers.
Critter Country has massive trees to keep you cool. The pooh shop is great too.
Adventureland would be great if it wasn't so slim in walkway space.
Frontierland is great too.
As you can see, it was a hard choice. And if you notice, Toon town wasn't even a choice. It was something thrown together so they can brag about another place to play.
But NOS gets my choice despite the pirate crazy infestation.
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To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
Wow. I'm shocked that New Orleans Square is winning, even though I voted for it myself.
It was between Adventureland and NOS for me. It basically came down to which one a naturally find myself spending more time in.
Attractions: equal as far as I'm concerned
Food: although AL has my favorite snacks, Dole Whips and Begal BBQ, I always have a meal in NOS EVERY trip
Shopping: much more unique shopping in NOS as opposed to AL
Comfort: AL is a zoo all day long, at least at some points, NOS still has some calmness to it, especially at night EDIT: provided it's not around Fantasmic time.
I just find myself spending the most time in NOS as opposed to any other land. Although Fantasyland receives a lot of attention as well, it's all spent in lines of rides; I never shop, eat, or relax there. I don't even need to mention Tomorrowland or Toon Town. Frontierland is a shadow of it's former self. And Critter Country really needs more than Splash and Pooh to be considered in the running as far as I'm concerned.
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