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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    I kinda find it funny how the Japanese like American culture and the English language, such as throwing random Engrish into their songs (right here, right now, GO! buppanase like a dengan liner). Anyway, when I was there I went all over Japan for a week, and during that time I met only 4 people that spoke English, and only 2 that spoke it well. (and one of them was originally from Australia)

    Have you faced the Yeti?

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMania
    Sheesh, I never knew that! I always though they were.... you know.


    I mean, Dale DID wear a red shirt for an entire TV series.
    No I don't know would you care to explain in detail......

    Actually I always thought so too, not that there is anything wrong with wearing a red shirt.

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...645&p=74087286
    It's a nice building I hope they don't change the exterior.

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...645&p=74087316
    Oh dear god.

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...645&p=74087298
    Still TDL's hottest place to dine?

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    The American Waffle house is more like a coffee place. Not really a dining restautant. and yes... the lines there are usually 30+ people deep on good days.

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by tloolgb
    Hahahaha, there's a good reason to avoid going. The good news is that lines at the high-quality attractions at TDS probably look a lot more clear compared to all these translated park classics.

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMania
    Hahahaha, there's a good reason to avoid going.
    That would be your loss.

    The good news is that lines at the high-quality attractions at TDS probably look a lot more clear compared to all these translated park classics.
    You mean like these TDS pics taken on April 17th???
    NOT too crowded today at all....


    StormRider was dead I tell you!


    Fastpass was still avail for Raging Spirits...


    And how about the short line for the Gyoza Bun???

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Meanwhile at TDL.... Let's check the situation at...

    Frontierland...


    Garnd Emporium....


    Or even Pirates of the Caribbean....

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    I guess you can handle crowds of tightly packed people better, but that would drive me nuts, no matter how nice the park is. I imagine the crowd must squirm with people constantly trying to see over each other.

    That pre-opening pictoral of TDSea brought a tear to my eye like it did any other US Disney fan, but then I see the sardine can that is the park in action and think "whoa, guess I'll wait until it dies down a bit."

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN
    That would be your loss.



    You mean like these TDS pics taken on April 17th???
    NOT too crowded today at all....


    StormRider was dead I tell you!


    Fastpass was still avail for Raging Spirits...


    And how about the short line for the Gyoza Bun???
    Thank you for that!! You don't know what's really going on unless you're there!

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Well, it's uncomfortable for those of us used to wide open spaces (look at how everyone clumps together, you see the same traffic patterns when people cross the street in Japan, one large tightly-packed mob of people), but I think it's been acknowledged that IASW is a long line compared to Sinbad.

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN
    The American Waffle house is more like a coffee place. Not really a dining restautant. and yes... the lines there are usually 30+ people deep on good days.
    Well that is what counts...didn't know it didn't have dining spots though.

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMania
    Hahahaha, there's a good reason to avoid going.
    Or avoid going at this time of year. I still want to go someday.

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMania
    I guess you can handle crowds of tightly packed people better, but that would drive me nuts, no matter how nice the park is. I imagine the crowd must squirm with people constantly trying to see over each other.
    But the Japanese are used to that. They have people whos job is to push them into subway trains so the doors can actually close.
    I guess hygiene is pretty good in Japan.

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN
    And how about the short line for the Gyoza Bun???
    YES! That is great. I love how OLC wanted to add another cart too...and the fans said part of the fun was the line for these.

    TDLFan...are they any good?

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by tloolgb
    YES! That is great. I love how OLC wanted to add another cart too...and the fans said part of the fun was the line for these.

    TDLFan...are they any good?
    Where did you heard this?? I have never EVER heard of the japanese wanting to be in line for the fun of it!!! Trust me, they hate doing lines just as much as everyone else. Why do you think they line up for 45 mins to get FP for Hunny Hunt??

    As for the Gyoza bun.. bland. Skip if you can, OR go to the Captain's Galley in the bottom of the caldera next to the Nautilus, where the sell delicious gyozas as well and hardly has a line.

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMania
    I guess you can handle crowds of tightly packed people better, but that would drive me nuts, no matter how nice the park is. I imagine the crowd must squirm with people constantly trying to see over each other.
    NONSENSE. No one squirms in the line and everyone waits it's turn patiently and efficiently, unlike westerners. You saying that being in a line like that would drive you nuts is laughable and silly to be honest here. (Me! me! me! factor here) Wanna know what drives me nuts? People who do not need a wheelchair cutting in front of everyone (including FP) just because they are on wheels thru the park. Granted some are legit but most are just plain lazy to carry their weight around. Also driving me nuts are lines that are so WIDE it leaves room for cutting in and out, displacing guests out of turn, which our parks in the USA seem to cater to a bit too much.

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN
    As for the Gyoza bun.. bland. Skip if you can, OR go to the Captain's Galley in the bottom of the caldera next to the Nautilus, where the sell delicious gyozas as well and hardly has a line.
    Really?!! I love them. They're an essential part of my visits. I'm a gyoza fan with or without these, so these are heaven to me. And of course they are the most popular snack items in the park. Personal taste.

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    Re: TDL's 23rd Anniversary day/Find Stitch! in photos

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMania
    Well, it's uncomfortable for those of us used to wide open spaces (look at how everyone clumps together, you see the same traffic patterns when people cross the street in Japan, one large tightly-packed mob of people), but I think it's been acknowledged that IASW is a long line compared to Sinbad.
    Again.. I have never been uncomfortable about space in Japan or at TDR. The lines are wide enough to accomodate two people next to each other, however, they sure know how to use the space efficiently, and for that, I am greatful. Also remember... TDL has the widest,most expansive walkways of any DL park out there, so there is pleanty of room to move around, even when the park closes due to achieving max capacity. As for the photo of POTC I posted... what you don't know is that, unlike DL's.. once you are inside that building, there is an expansive switchback line to the left, and on this day, the crowds were so huge that the queue's 2nd level indoors was opened for use as well!!! All in all... the wait for the ride was a mere 40 mins due to the UNavailability of FP here. Otherwise, the stand by line would have been 3hrs.

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