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    Re: What will happen to DCA in the next few months and what to do?

    Quote Originally Posted by TomorrowlandTourist View Post
    Speaking of Mulan, it's too bad they couldn't incorporate a Mulan dark ride as part of a San Francisco/Chinatown extension. I know Mulan is China-based, but connecting it to a part of California wouldn't be as much of a stretch as with Ratatouille.

    Also, just hearing the potential exit of GZ, Orange Stinger, and Mulholland Madness gets me very excited. I would enjoy it more bulldozed than in its current state.
    I'd definately support a Mulan attraction in a new Chinatown area of DCA moreso than a Ratatouille attraction on Route 66.

    I mean, they're taking an adorable little rat with good taste, and making him into a huge thematic elephant-in-the-room.


    You might be able to dress up the elephant to make him blend in, but there's still really no way to ignore that he doesn't belong.


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    Re: What will happen to DCA in the next few months and what to do?

    ^Awesome analogy, if not solidified by that great picture.
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    Re: What will happen to DCA in the next few months and what to do?

    bansky!

    mulan needs a ride! was it a pretty popular movie or was it atlantis status

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    Re: What will happen to DCA in the next few months and what to do?

    Where in the heck is the "Route 66 area" in DCA? I can't figure it out from what you guys are saying, and there isn't an area in DCA that brings Route 66 to mind, (but then again is there anything in DCA that brings anything to mind?)

    Also, it seems that once Toy Story Mania opens they are going to have to close it down again to remodel the surrounding area?

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    Re: What will happen to DCA in the next few months and what to do?

    Technically, as soon as you walk past Golden Dreams en route to Burger Invasion, I would say Route 66 begins. You pass by the "Souvenir 66" shop, Corn Dog Castle, and Sunglass shack, and I guess Route 66 would end at Mulholland Madness.

    Unfortunately, what I just described isn't even clear, because that section of the park is so non-sequitur (more so than the rest), I'm not sure anyone can clearly define its boundaries.
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    Re: What will happen to DCA in the next few months and what to do?

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
    Where in the heck is the "Route 66 area" in DCA?
    It's just off of State Hwy. 49...

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