Amen! Is it just me, or does Disney seem to be getting it right a whole lot more often these days?
I'm curious for your opinion. Now that Cars Land is open, along with the other additions and improvements over the last five years is DCA at the same level of quality as DisneySEA?
What do you think, having visited Tokyo recently?
However, I think if they brought Radiator Springs over they should alter it a little so that each coasts version differs slightly and still is unique to that park. But alter it in a way that just makes it different / unique to that park..... not give us half a version of it..... like the way Disney CA got the abbriviated version of Tower of Terror.
That egg cone looks a bit disappointing, but I would gladly pay $12 for that turkey meal at Disneyland. Disney CANNOT do burgers right, but if you must then Taste Pilot's is a short walk away. I'm thinking Flos could be a new favorite.
We didn't win the chance to preview Carsland and didn't feel like paying extra, so we're just going to get there very early on a Saturday (when all other APs are blocked out) and give it a shot with the masses. From what I see here, I'm sure it will be worth the hassle.
We decided to take in a bit of the cuisine and went over to the Cozy Cone Hotel (no lines at this point), tried the pretzel bites and had to buy one of those cone cups. Pretzel bites were tasty, not doughy, and the cone drink cup was a cute concept. Had breakfast at Flo's, it was okay. I think I'd rather have the lunch/dinner menu (will try next time). I didn't care for the eggs, kinda reminded me of mass produced camp eggs (half real/half powdered). The bacon was cooked just right and the fruit was fresh, biscuit was hard as was the waffles. The tamale was ok too, it was mostly masa.
Final ride; Radiator Springs. They have a single rider lane - YEA!! My grandson didn't meet the height requirement. That was the best line ever. No wait time, my daughter and I switched off, she had to wait less then two minutes and I got right on, so got to ride it a few times - this ride was fast and alot to look at; another great ride at DLR.
With the three rides rode; we strolled up and down Route 66 and browsed. Got pictures with some of the CMs in their new costumes. It was a great morning.
Headed over to Buena Vista Street and WOW, they really made over this area. Loved everything about it and how they captured the era.
I'm happy that Disney gave us the option of purchasing passes to preview before the general public. Well worth it.
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I LOVED Luigi Flying tires. It's a ride that disappeared long before I could go to theme parks. As Robert has pointed out, understand physics and you can handle this ride. And the cast members at the attraction instruct you in efficient detail on how to move about.
Now if they would just do this for Agrabah, "a small provincial French town", and the Pridelands... I think I might be able to die happy! Just kidding, but I do love the concept of dropping guests completely into other lands and not so chopped up. Sure, it takes a lot of real estate, but totally worth it!