Natural Shade: Disneyland vs Magic KingdomDisneyland: Is it true that Disneyland has more natural shade than Disneyworld? If so, why?
From Charles Arthur StrongOn a recent trip to Disneyland, I overheard a conversation about the use of trees and natural shade at Disneyland. One guest was explaining to another why he preferred Disneyland to Disney World. He remarked that Disneyland used more trees and other forms of shade than Disney World, particularly near the entrance line to each attraction. I haven't been to Disney World in years. I was just wondering if this is true and why Disneyland would have more trees than Disney World.
Posted October 21, 2013 at 9:37 PM
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