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  1. #61

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    The big ferris wheel at DCA. rapids, the zephyr. mulholland madness. and at AK the rapids rides
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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  2. #62

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    Out of everything that is currently in the park, I have never been on the Astro Orbiter.
    "Walt Disney World may have more than Disneyland, but Disneyland has quality, and quality triumphs over quantity" -DL_CRAZE
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  3. #63

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    The Sun Wheel, California Screamin', The Golden Zephyr [looks way too unstable], The Orange Stinger, and Space Mountain. I was on the Rocket Rods, but the thing only moved about three inches and then it broke down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modern Folly
    The Sun Wheel, California Screamin', The Golden Zephyr [looks way too unstable], The Orange Stinger, and Space Mountain. I was on the Rocket Rods, but the thing only moved about three inches and then it broke down!

    Well, I'm sure it was a thrilling 3 inches.
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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  5. #65

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    Storybookland canal boats-the line is always so long and splash mountain becuase i am afraid of waterfalls

  6. #66

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    Most of toontown simply because it's toontown, the new Pooh ride and all of California Adventure. Also I have never seen the Golden Horseshoe Revue, it's probably the only still standing original Disneyland attraction i have missed.

  7. #67

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    i've never been on...
    DL:
    Alice in Wonderland
    most of toontown
    the columbia
    the mark twain
    the main street vehicles
    Snow White show
    The Golden Horseshoe Revue

    DCA:
    Playhouse disney
    The little kid rides on the pier (jellyfish, etc.)

    I saw golden dreams- it's a little weird (whoopi??), but very informative and inspiring to a native californian.
    Big thunder ranch is still there- it's used for special events, just like hollywood and dine is at DCA.

  8. #68

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    I havent been on tons of rides.

  9. #69

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    I have never been on the people mover in Disneyland but I have been on the one in Disneyworld. Pretty fun!

  10. #70

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    Been on almost everything in DL.

    The only things are: car in mainstreet (I've been on the fire engine and
    the bus(?)), Club 33, Goofy's Jumphouse (I've actually been in it to
    rescue my daughter once) and the roller coaster in TT. Oh, yeah, I missed
    the Chip & Dale attraction (sorry, forgot the name) when it was all
    open and never saw the monsanto house.

    I've been on skyway, subs, motorboat, all the monorails, two prev.
    reincarnations of Autopia, Mission to Mars/Moon, Adventures in Inner Space(? which I thought was the neatest ride at the time), Captain EO...was
    there for the absolutely last showing of Country Bear Jamboree (well, last one for paying visitors anyway).

    In DCA, a lot that we haven't done there... (been on everything in Flik's Fair though....:-()

    A couple of comments:

    * the dark rides are a must at least once, esp. Alice and Peter Pan
    in some sense, they are where all the attractions afterwards
    evolved from. BTW. although the former Snow White IMHO was
    lame, the current one is reasonably good with nice effects at spots.
    * the Talk to Stitch attraction is really neat even though it's in
    Innoventions.
    * Casey Jr is actually really fun to ride on even though it's a kids ride.
    It mimicks the actual train story a bit so there's a little hill and
    a decent acceleration down it. My 2 year old (who's a train nut)
    just loves this ride.

  11. #71

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    I've been on everything but Buzz, but that's just because I haven't been there since December. I've been in Goofy's Bounce House several times to retrieve a daughter or two.

    I haven't been on Casey Jr. as an adult, and probably never will. I thought it would be my little "quirk," not going on Casey Jr. EVER. But then my mom produced pics of me on it as a toddler.

    I've been on everything at DCA, including Playhouse Disney and Superstar Limo. I've even been on the Jellyfish ride and all the Bug's Land crapola.

  12. #72

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    I pretty much haven't been on anything at DCA, with the exception of A Bug's Land. I've never been able to do any of the big-people rides there, since I always have my young daughter with me when I go.

    I think I've been on everything at DL, with the exception of some of the shows.

  13. #73

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    Haven't seen the Tiki Room yet, It's a small world (did it at disney world though), space mountain, teacups, buzz lightyear ride.

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