What's new on the discussion board: The best Disney animatronics, and Team TPI 'auditions'
Written by Robert Niles
If you have questions about planning a theme park vacation, the Theme Park Insider Discussion Board is the place to ask. It's also the place to talk trivia, or ask any other questions you might have about theme parks. Here are this week's top new threads on the board:Tweet
Daniel Etcheberry asks Which is your favorite Disney animatronic?
There's some love for Mr. Potato Head in our thread on top Disney theme park animatronics.
Sara M is thinking Orlando and is looking for some May trip advice.
Irina bader wants your opinion on Which 2 parks from WDW to choose?
Chris lincoln wants to know what is the Best time to visit Wet n' Wild
Wayne Gresham checks in with some information and tips from this year's Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival.
Terri Pierce is curious about the Navigator's Club at Universal's Islands of Adventure. Anyone have any stories to tell?
Joseph Catlett offers his Universal Studios Hollywood 'All You Can Eat Pass' Review.
And Hermione Potter asks Will Legoland try to hookup with another park?
Finally, I'd like to remind everyone that I'm still looking for readers to join Team TPI. Team TPI recognizes site members who consistently provide good advice and reports from their visits to top theme parks. If you're a theme park fan (and if you're reading this site, I assume that you are), please check out the link and learn more about Team TPI.
Since we're auditioning potential team members on the site this week and next, I'd love to hear some feedback from Theme Park Insider readers. Who are some of the people you most like to read on the site? Who's offered good advice that's worked for you in the past? Even if you don't live near a park, your feedback about the reports you read on the site will help me in putting together the best Team TPI that we can. Thanks!
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