Wait a sec, since when are boats commonplace? I'd say a *lot* of people don't get to experience going out to a lake on a boat. For that reason, motorboat cruise would probably go over well. Especially the format it had, where it's all on a track and kids can "drive" them.
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I like the shark idea, while nothing too big they could put in some animatronics of sea life (like the shark) and perhaps seals and stuff. I really dunno what they should do with it, but you never know, maybe someday it will turn out to be something, but until then we'll just do this
What about radio controlled sail boats that the guests can drive from from the railing....like the ones from the disneyland hotel? That would be neat. Pretty to watch as well.
Marge: Barnacle Bill's Home Pregnancy Test? Homer, shouldn't we have gone with a better-known brand?
Homer: But Marge, this one came with a corn-cob pipe!
Marge: [reading from the test box] "Ahoy, Maties! If the water turns blue, a baby for you! If purple ye see, no baby thar be!"
Homer: So, which is it? Blue or purple?
Marge: "If ye test should fail, to a doctor set sail!"
The more burning question, IMO, Why did the regime that designed DCA take up so much prime real estate with the lagoon when they could have built something that Disney goers crave, like.........More shops or restaurants
Seriously, I think they need to do something with that area.
No shows. DCA already has a healthy share of shows, some of them actually quite good. But when I go with my mom, who isn't into shows, we're done with DCA in three hours because there aren't enough rides. I'd say DCA needs to add at least four more rides before they even think of putting in another show, to try and balance things out a little.
The other problem with doing a show on the lake is seating. There's nowhere to put an audience. One of the reasons Fantasmic!'s been around for ten years is that you can easily fit several thousand people on the river and give them all reasonably good views. Nothing around that bay on Paradise Pier is even comparable to that sort of seating area.
I like the idea of waves. Only until they put a ride in there, of course. But it would be hella cheap and easy; even the most ghetto water park has a wave pool. And it would be a very welcome addition to the feel of that area.
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