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    Quote Originally Posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    I think it looks very pretty too and much better than Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland. I don't know why people call it ugly.
    You left out pictures that show the generic "Medieval Faire" theme. You were very selective in what photos you chose to show.





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    And you seem to be forgetting that Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland looks just like the medieval fair themed areas. At least Tokyo Disneyland has some pretty areas.
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    Re: Fantasyland

    Quote Originally Posted by NickCharles View Post
    You left out pictures that show the generic "Medieval Faire" theme. You were very selective in what photos you chose to show.
    Hahaha. Just a tiny bit, wasn't he.

    And for anyone who wonders what the Walt Disney Studios park looks like, we have some wonderful pictures for you, all in soft focus and of the Front Lot statue. With that filter they use on Oprah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    And you seem to be forgetting that Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland looks just like the medieval fair themed areas. At least Tokyo Disneyland has some pretty areas.
    Pooh's Playground is one of the prettiest areas in all of WDW at night, with the lights illuminating the trees and all. And the area where the old Skyway building is is extremely pretty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pussnboots View Post
    Hahaha. Just a tiny bit, wasn't he.

    And for anyone who wonders what the Walt Disney Studios park looks like, we have some wonderful pictures for you, all in soft focus and of the Front Lot statue. With that filter they use on Oprah.
    I actually think that Walt Disney Studios Paris looks quite pretty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    And you seem to be forgetting that Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland looks just like the medieval fair themed areas. At least Tokyo Disneyland has some pretty areas.
    Oh I haven't forgotten, I know it does, and I hate it. And with 20K gone it's an even bigger disgrace/mess. And I should remind you that many things in the photos you showed from TDL are duplicates of what is in FL at the MK at WDW, like the Cinderella fountain, the castle, the look of some of the buildings. If TDL's is better than MK, it's better by like, a centimeter....

    Also, did anyone also notice how in the first picture posted, the sightline is ruined by that Tokyo Bay Hilton or whatever hotel sticking up in the background?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    And you seem to be forgetting that Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland looks just like the medieval fair themed areas. At least Tokyo Disneyland has some pretty areas.
    TDL's F'land is the blandest one of all, especially with the HM in it behind Dumbo. Small World is staged badly too. (Pooh and Q of H exempted).
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    I'll say this much for IASW in Tokyo...the exterior is better, but the inside boarding area is horrid. At the MK, it's the other way around. Exterior is horrid, but interior boarding area is better.

    TDL IASW interior loading area:

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickCharles View Post
    Also, did anyone also notice how in the first picture posted, the sightline is ruined by that Tokyo Bay Hilton or whatever hotel sticking up in the background?
    But normal guests don't usually see that since this picture was taken from at a higher elevation. I don't think it's as bad as seeing the Swan and Dolphin from Epcot.
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    Re: Fantasyland

    Here are some pictures of MK's IASW interior loading area. You can see how much better it is, even if the outside stinks:






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    Yes, I am aware of the their themed indoor facade to make up for the loss of the pretty exterior structures of Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. It wasn't always like that, and its loading area used to be just like Tokyo Disneyland's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    and its loading area used to be just like Tokyo Disneyland's.
    No, it did not look just like TDL's. It may have been bland, but even then it was far better than TDL's. I'll have to dig up pictures to prove it.

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    Re: Fantasyland

    Here are two for now. I'm still looking.



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    I'll take your word for it. For some reason, I clearly remember the original loading station looking a whole lot like Tokyo Disneyland's. Oh well, I don't really think it's that much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    I'll take your word for it. For some reason, I clearly remember the original loading station looking a whole lot like Tokyo Disneyland's. Oh well, I don't really think it's that much better.

    The pictures speak for themselves.

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