Maybe a squashed bug....Disneyland: i need help!
From Joey IHere's the deal. I'm a teen who enjoys sketching out new rides for disney parks. I was starting to do expanding on DCA (disney california adventure) when i realized that a big way to improve DCA's crowds is to get rid of "a bug's land." If you think about it, a lot of stuff could be in it's place. I just wanted your opinion on what you would replace bugs land with?
Posted February 3, 2012 at 9:03 PM
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From Rob PI wouldn't exterminate Bug's Land altogether and I especially wouldn't want to see " It's A Bug's Life" go.
Posted February 8, 2012 at 5:39 AM
Small kids will still need a place for them so are you merely thinking of revamping that area with different kiddy rides ?
From Skipper AdamI'm not sure I'd change it much, but if they knew that Carsland would be where it is now when they opened A Bugs Land, I'm sure they might not have put it there or made the traffic a little easier.
Posted February 8, 2012 at 8:57 AM
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