I would like to know this question since i did the DHS.
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Trips to WDW / DLR
Wilderness Lodge - 2 times
Beach Club - 3 times
Boardwalk - 2 times
Caribbean Beach - 1 time
Grand Floridian - 1 time
Disneyland Hotel - 1 time
Pop Century - 3 times
DTD Holiday Inn Express - April 1st - April 5th
Since Gran Fiesta Tour, Maelstrom and Nemo aren't listed I'm going to have to go with Test Track.
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Until going on Radiator Springs Racers, I would have said Test Track. Now, after seeing that ride system work with the wonderfully done hills and immersive theming, Test Track's boringly flat outdoor portion and unthemed show building just seem to be missing something.
I would have to go with Spaceship Earth as my favorite.
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Spaceship Earth. Nothing else in Epcot comes close, even if the current script and descent are horrible.
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I voted for Spaceship Earth. The last time I rode it was the Jeremy Irons version. It was a magnificent, inspiring journey. Despite the loss of the descent scenes and stirring music, I think it will remain a classic.
You didn't list my current favorite. I am, quite possibly, the only person who still like Journey Into Your Imagination. I believe it captures what I believe about life--that we are inherently a creative people and need to dream and dream big. Yes, I am aware that previous incarnations represented this better. But, what can I say, I'm a rebel.
This is a tough one because there are several rides I happen to really like. Ultimately, I voted for Soarin, with Spaceship Earth a very close second and Mission: Space, third.
Interesting nobody here has mentioned the Clamobile ride at Living Seas yet. It's nice to have the ride part of Living Seas back, although I could do with less of the Nemo stuff and more education stuff.