Why put a meet 'n greet next to a smoking area?
Just got back from Disneyland
, where I shot a bunch of photos for a "Christmas at Disneyland" Tuesday Park Visit entry I will post on the Blog Flume tomorrow.
But I wanted to share this photo:
It's Woody from Toy Story, doing a meet-and-greet just outside the Big Thunder Ranch. But what caught my eye (and nose) was what was on the other side of the path, just a few feet away:
Frontierland's smoking area.
Uh, might it be a good idea not to place characters who will attract a queue of children within a couple steps of one of the park's three remaining designated smoking areas? Just a thought.
To be fair, when Woody was on TV, cigarette companies did sponsor just about everything. ;-)
I agree. I don't visit my mother-in-law because she smokes so much and when you're not a smoker, it's like it sticks to you, outdoors or indoors. I'm probably starting something but why have smoking inside the parks anyway? Eeek!
Oh, come on - has Rob Reiner gotten to you?
I smell a vote coming on:
Ha - nice Robert.
As far as the getting me cranky thing goes, I'll have to add the stroller drivers who know that other guests must ethically make room/way for them, and take advantage of it. At Disney's AK last year our party felt like we had to jump out of the way cause parents had the "baby coming through and we're not stopping for anything" attitude.
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