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  1. #1

    • PoppingtheQ@WDW!
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    Talking Back in the saddle

    well, after moving to the west coast (and still not having a chance to hit DL) looks like another fabulous trip to WDW in April. It's been 3 years since I've been with my lovely wife.

    So, the question is, what are the new must sees, or changes to check out. So far I have this list:

    EE
    The Living Seas With the Nemo folk
    Laugh Floor
    Toy Story mania

    did i miss anything i really should check out?

    and are there any big dining changes on the order of -- Oh, since Chef X took over at Resto Y, it isnt the same...

    Wooohooo going to see zer mouse!

    ....wonder if anyone remembers me?

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    Re: Back in the saddle

    No, we won't have that. You go to DLR first, then come back to WDW. Vancouver however is lovely city, and can now be seen in the new Canada film in EPCOT.

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    Re: Back in the saddle

    Disneyland is always going to be next door to you, head to the Magic Kingdom first, especially since many here BELIEVE MK is beneath Disneyland and you may want to enjoy the "bad" park first and save the "best" for last.

    So here's what new and must sees for WDW, my favorite resort to get away to every year.

    Magic Kingdom:

    Haunted Mansion, all new scenes and sound
    Prince Charming's Castle, renamed from Cinderella's Castle. ;o)
    Laugh Floor, funny the first few times
    I think Country Bear got an audio makeover, not sure
    Mickey's PhilharMagic, always a favorite, something DL doesn't have
    Tom Sawyer's Island, no longer a Disneyland attraction
    Pirates of the Carribbean with all the new effects and changes
    It's A Small World due to it not getting the rework that DL's version has gotten
    Splash Mountain because its almost completely different from DL's version
    Magic Kingdom's Railroad, also different from DL
    Jungle Cruise, bigger than DL's version
    Peter Pan's Flight, also a must see
    Carousel of Progress, another classic you may want to make a high priority
    Wishes fireworks
    Pirate Tutorial over in Adventureland with Jack Sparrow, i think he's still in it
    SpectroMagic, an amazing parade worth repeated views
    The new Street Party parade, cause it's new but boring for me since the characters never come off the float and interact with the audience, something I loved.

    I'll let other fellow MCer's cover the other 3 resorts. I personally love MK the most out of all four parks with Epcot a close 2nd so I just had to cover MK before others decide to dismiss it easily.
    Last edited by Micoofy Duck; 02-05-2009 at 12:10 AM.
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    Re: Back in the saddle

    Don't forget the Finding Nemo show at AK and Soarin' at Epcot!


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