After watching the CNBC interview, my very unqualified reading between the lines:
At the quarterly earnings meeting...
Iger: I need to see the Q1 numbers for closing 2 parks and gutting EPCOT.
Chapek: We're down about a $1 Billion. Maybe $1.5B.
Iger: Guess who's in charge now?
This thread is growing faster than the original gondola thread. There's no way I'm keeping up with this one...
btw - They totally need a fireman's pole to attach to the gondola's so people can just slide down to get out.
@Lift Blog I think I've read this entire thread, and I don't recall this being brought up before. Are there specific height specs (beyond the obvious height for street crossings etc.) for the tow line, or are they simply aesthetics driven? For instance, on the way to DHS, there's a place...
Looks like I might be the only yes vote... Not surprising actually. I just couldn't vote against myself. :)
I've had DVC since 2009, and this is the first time I've had to waitlist. I'm usually a better planner, but this year I've been slacking.
I thought I read light rail in the article, but High Speed Rail is the terminology they used.
I'm impressed with the number of different themed cabins there are. I figured there would be a half dozen or so, repeated over and over again. This almost looks like Disney had an in-house competition to design the coolest gondola cabin, and they printed all the entries.