Published: July 24, 2012 at 3:21 AM

Wow I must admit, this might be the most under rated main street of them all. I can easily see with the billboard pics that the first couple ideas were from the old time chicago (still would of loved to have seen that). Would you say that this is your favorite main street? I'm excited for tomorrows post. Their Frontierland/Thunder Mesa area looks VERY unique. Btw, while you were in Disneyland MK, could you tell the size difference compared to the other kingdoms?
Dominique Mol

Published: July 24, 2012 at 3:39 AM

Now to be honest I also met some rude cast members in DLRP but I certainly have met a lot of great cast members there as well that do not get enough credit because of the bad apples.

When I first visited Disneyland Anaheim I also was confronted with two rude cast members that stuck with me in my memories.. I guess times are changing and it gets harder and harder to keep all cast members in check.

Dominique Mol

Published: July 24, 2012 at 8:57 AM

I actually do think the DLRP park has the most impressive main street, the view toards our fairytale castle makes the biggest difference though.. and there are many many small details to be found as in little sound effects from all the 'bussinesses' that are inside the houses, you can hear a dog bark at the detective agency, hear the sounds from a dentist and girls singing at the music school.. also inside of one of the stores there is an old fashion phone where you can eavesdrop into conversations from the 'people' living on mainstreet...

The difference with the original mainstreet in Anaheim however is that that one somehow actually gives you the feeling of walking into an actual small town.. DLRP never gives me that intimate feeling that Disneyland manages so well.. so they both have something going for them.. to me the magic kingdom in Florida is the least atractive in my opinion as far as main street goes..

Anthony Murphy

Published: July 24, 2012 at 5:06 PM

I think the covered route is for the park in the winter (yes, there is snow at a Disney park!)

As for the Cast members, I found them being excellent or terrible. From what I heard from a Cast Member there, all their good cast members are working at WDW.