Fair enough and that's almost undoubtedly the case.
Still think it will be interesting to follow to see if some older properties that haven't been touched in years make comebacks in the parks due to numbers on Disney+.
I think this is a good point.
My question is whether this is the result of Disney investing too much in the wrong areas of their projects OR the result of the companies that Disney works with knowing that Disney has deep pockets and that they can afford to pay more than others would.
That's what I was figuring they would end up doing. If they're smart, they'll balance Cinderella's Castle on top of Spaceship Earth and roll it over to its new spot at the Park Formerly Known as EPCOT (PFKaE), before rolling the ball back to the Park Formerly Known as Magic Kingdom (PFKaMK).
The Fairways course at Fantasia Gardens is the premier golfing experience in Central Florida. I'll accept a lot of blasphemy on this message board, but this may be a step too far!
(;). My friends and I are very passionate about this course if you couldn't tell.)
MK: The Liberty Belle Riverboat. (Judging by how many people are saying the Peoplemover here, I'm getting the sense that it might not be all that underrated anymore. The Riverboat is a true gem though. Great escape from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the park and gives you some awesome...
Okay, let me take a swing at summing up this thread:
Yes, Disney fans are excited to ride an ambitious new attraction in Orlando. Even if it's at Universal.
No, Hagrid's Motorbike Coaster does not have the same ride system as Tron.
And something about the Catholic Church...
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I'd love to see the show given a fresh look. I think it's one of the more entertaining live-shows on property.
But you have to think this land is also earmarked as the most prime location for the next D/E ticket at DHS. Certainly wouldn't mind that either.
Well, that's why I initially threw the "Ideally" in there. You're right about what I was mainly referring to but, "ideally", you would have both the inside AND the outside be aesthetically pleasing.
Unfortunately, while it's not been common recently, it's not like this is an unprecedented ask.
An indoor attraction is a completely different ballgame. There's no noise issues, no smell issues, and ideally, you'd have a more visibly appealing attraction.
According to @marni1971 though, that doesn't appear to currently be in the plans for the Speedway though. So I was just sticking to...