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Village Haus at Disneyland changing into the Red Rose Taverne

Discussion in 'Disneyland Resort' started by Emmanuel, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. Stevek

    Stevek Well-Known Member

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    That's what she said?
     
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    RandomPrincess Keep Moving Forward Premium Member

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    When we tried the grey stuff in WDW it was whippy.
     
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    phruby Well-Known Member

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    That is what Constance said.
     
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  4. Emmanuel

    Emmanuel Active Member Original Poster

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    I would say whippy.
     
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  5. Curious Constance

    Curious Constance Well-Known Member

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    I'll accept it!
     
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  6. Rich T

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    But maintaining customer good will and loyalty is a huge factor that shouldn't be ignored--it's what distinguishes a Disney (or at least the way Disney used to be) from a Six Flags. Of course, no one in Disney management cares about long-term effects these days, so ka-ching.
     
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    vj81995 Well-Known Member

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    If someone buys 20 of the same item they're already better than the regular guest only buying one, in Disney's eyes. Doesn't matter what they do with the merchandise when they get home. They have no reason in their view to stop it from happening.
     
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  8. phruby

    phruby Well-Known Member

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    Disney has put limits on items in the past. Usually if something is selling really hot, they raise the price after the scalpers buy them all.
     
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    I don't know about that, at least I certainly hope it isn't entirely true. There seems to be some friction in the balancing act between optimizing financial growth to pacify the board and shareholders while continuing to elevate the brand. In the one hand they are relentlessly grabbing every last penny from the purses and wallets of their customers while investing sizable sums of money on exciting new experiences at that will positively impact customer experience for decades to come in the other.
     
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  10. Curious Constance

    Curious Constance Well-Known Member

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    Look at the line for Peter Pan at park opening last week!!!!! This was from Mint Crocodile's blog.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Dr. Hans Reinhardt Well-Known Member

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    :eek: WHY? :jawdrop:
     
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  12. Rich T

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    Holy... Did the Extra Magic Hour crowd fill the queue before the public were let in?
     
  13. phruby

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    Peter Pan needs to be fixed NOW! There is no reason for the queue to ever get that long. It's a simple dark ride where you get to fly. They need better through put. The Magic Kingdom's version doesn't have massive lines like that.
     
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  14. Rich T

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    Exactly. They don't care about the 19 customers (most probably AP holders for this occasion) they just disappointed. They know darn well what Scalpy McScumbag's doing with his purchase, and they don't care.
     
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  15. Rich T

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    It often does. They have more queue space to keep it from spilling over.
     
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  16. Travel Junkie

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    Current Peter Pan Wait Times:

    MK 60 minutes
    DL 45
     
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  17. Curious Constance

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    Get this! This was last Friday, and according to Disneyland.com entertainment schedule, Disneyland doesn't have early magic hours on Fridays. DCA does!!!!
     
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    An hour isnt bad for Peter Pan's Flight!
     
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    I think MK has FP+ on PPF while DL doesn't.
     
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    I'm kinda surprised to say this, but if Disney decides to make the Red Rose Tavern a permanent replacement for Village Haus, I'd be okay with it - at least in Disneyland. After all, Pinocchio is already well-represented there via the dark ride (which WDW doesn't have) and a Pinocchio restaurant doesn't have the same thematic zing as a Beauty and the Beast restaurant. Plus a pal of mine dined at Red Rose and loved it. Said the new menu is great and so is the themeing.

    Now, of course in WDW, we have Be Our Guest, so no need for a Red Rose Tavern...but I do hope maybe Gaston's will get some of the menu items from Red Rose. My friend really loved the Poutine and the Lemon Rose cake *drool*. (And I also hope Gaston's gets expanded a bit - it's really too small IMO.)
     
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