Better than the tombstones...but feel that they really could’ve done more with the design aside from flats walls. Imagine if they were separated and in the shapes of the pavilion icons? Still not perfect but at least people would find it interesting to walk through.
So we need to show our work?
I don’t have pics to back up my claims but USF isn’t even in the same league as IoA.
The archway to USF is really where the beauty of USF ends (aside from Diagon). USF is just a mishmash of attractions placed wherever they could shoehorn them (aside from Diagon)...
Umm...I was just joking around. Given the circumstances, I don't blame them for not coming out and announcing a brand new coaster when they don't want people holding off until the new attraction opens.
I love that they don't announce until after ground breaks...and in this case, WELL AFTER...
Universal's worst kept secret.
Let's put up construction walls, build a rollercoaster in the Jurassic Park section of the park, and bring in some dinosaur statues (but we'll wrap them so nobody can guess what they are). Wait until we surprise them with the announcement!
Does theming come into play? Obviously this won't pack the physical thrills of the big ones but maybe they are taking the whole picture into account rather than the strictly the coaster elements. (But I agree, even with that considered, it doesn't seem like it'll be the best coaster in America).
They can only have so many people in the parks and resorts. They need to recoup as much as they can. Reducing prices will allure people back but if they are already running at their max capacity how does this help?
While not an attraction in a park...to me, the one "attraction" that should never have closed is The Adventurer's Club. I've been to WDW countless times and every time I'm there I wish I could grab a Kungaloosh and watch the shenanigans.
If that doesn't fit the criteria, my vote goes to the...
I voted for Seuss Landing. From the entire aesthetic, to the attractions (even though some are "off-the-shelf" they add a little bit of extra fun), the music, how it really comes alive at Christmas, etc.
I was excited to see that Trolls was a success because (from a completely selfish and personal reason) I don't get out to the theaters that often (I do make a point to see the big blockbusters (Marvel, Star Wars, etc. and usually bring the kids to see a Disney flick)) but there are usually...