When I worked at a bank 10 years ago we were just rolling out contactless cards. I used mine at McDonald's a few times because they were one of the few places that had the readers. Most people didn't know the cards could do that and a few asked for cards without the feature. Within a year the...
I mean... It's got nice animatronics and some effects. But at the end of the day it's nothing compared to Rise. It feels really old fashioned like something that would have opened ten years ago. Rise took everything to the next level. It is more like an imersive experience than an attraction...
I wonder what parking at HS would look like if you took that photo before 10am when everyone actually shows up to get the RoR time.
Edit: Not to mention Uni always had terrible parking lines even before Covid.
Chefs was entirety authentic to a meal I had at a tourist restaurant with views of the Effiel Tower.
It's expensive low quality French food that no-nothing tourists pay a lot of money for because of the location.
I only appreciate it because of how well they copied the real Paris experience.