Also enjoyed the Phantom Mannor we treated it like a Scooby Doo mystery (now there's a theme park license !!!!!!) and again rode it several times a day.
We ate on the last day at the Golden Nugget which at the time was a character dining experiance I believe that's changed now food was good and the characters provided one last hurrah for the kids (after eating one last phantom and two thunder mountain rides then home)
All in all a great land
What a lot of people don't realize though is that Frontierland goes on beyond the first part of thunder mesa, to the back there is a little farm, a nicely themed Pocahantas play area, the frontierland train station and of course the huge Chapperal theatre where this summer the amazing Tarzan encounter plays, wich is easy one of my all time favourite park shows around!!
On the subject of Hunchback, it's one of my favorite "traditionally" animated Disney Movies. Many years ago, I rented a VHS movie from a video store. I've long forgotten the movie, but it was released by some division of Disney (maybe Touchstone?) The movie was obviously illegal to rent out, as there were messages in it to the effect of "if you have rented this tape, you have done so illegally. Please call ______ to report it" I called the toll-free # and spoke with a nice lady, who turned out to be at Disney, and gave her the name of the video store where I had rented it. I did this not to get the store in trouble, but because I felt it was the right thing to do. The lady took all the information, then said, " To thank you for reporting this, I'd like to offer you a copy of any current Disney movie on tape." I chose Hunchback of Notre Dame. Esmerelda is definitely Top Ten Disney chick material...but she's no Jessica Rabbit.
Not sure if been covered yet, but Space Mtn is one of the biggest differences between paris and WDW - including an accelerated hill-launch and lots of upside-downs! YES!