Why put a meet 'n greet next to a smoking area?
Written by Robert Niles
Just got back from Disneyland, where I shot a bunch of photos for a "Christmas at Disneyland" Tuesday Park Visit entry I will post on the Blog Flume tomorrow.Tweet
But I wanted to share this photo:
It's Woody from Toy Story, doing a meet-and-greet just outside the Big Thunder Ranch. But what caught my eye (and nose) was what was on the other side of the path, just a few feet away:
Frontierland's smoking area.
Uh, might it be a good idea not to place characters who will attract a queue of children within a couple steps of one of the park's three remaining designated smoking areas? Just a thought.
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