Haven't been to UNI since they ripped out my baby dragons, who I hatched from their eggs and used to subdue Westeros and...wait, other dragons.
I'm still sour about Dueling Dragons, my favourite. I genuinely wetted my pants on those (good thing they didn't have floors!) I've since their demise...
Why internalise the nasty mean-spiritedness of TWDC?
Yes there is a reason to spend money on a nighttime parade: the park is full of guests, who paid up to $159 for a Disney experience. Many of whom remember this entails more than a hard liquor booth every twenty meters plus a limited edition...
I and several others tried your blocking manouvre on Splash, but this mother and her two kids (setting a great example!) zigzagged back and forth between the FP to standby queue.
We knew she wasn't even catching up with a party after a visit to the loo because she was loudly talking on her...
I had this happen twice last trip. Sadly the five abreast family broke up just as my DGF approached them, I was gearing up to try some rugby moves on them.
(Not that I'm remotely the body type for impressive rugger moves. But it all looked splendid in my mind though!)
Spot on. This line-cutting is my latest pet annoyance too.
Disney moms are en masse using two tricks currently: one, send their kids ahead in the line, then insist they have to catch up with their kids. And secondly, check their cellphones incessantly to see if anybody they know is in a line...
Worst ride is easily Slinky Doge Dash.
Ugly bare steel toddler coaster. It's got no place in a Disney Park.
*** gets a pass, it's an unassuming spinner with a fun edge. The other rides all range from great to terrific.
Maybe the dad should spend less energy tough talking everybody else and instead spend that energy into raising his kid properly. Like telling him to use the sidewalk. What a useless [sorrytheMomreadsheretoo]
The Empress Lilly went twenty years without smoke stacks and paddle wheel.
The world's largest themed entertainment complex, and they just let the biggest landmark of one of their prime areas sit there in risible state, for decades. A steamship without its defining elements. Like an airplane...
Seems like a false equivalence to push a narrative of double standards was spread.
There was a small fire near the mosque that was quickly extinguished. The very Arab Al Jazeera does not even make any mention of it: https://www.aljazeera.com/topics/subjects/al-aqsa-mosque.html