I just buy day tickets as I never know when I'm going to have time or desire to make a day of it. I don't want to decide I want to go, but my ticket expires or isn't good on that day. So I just buy individually to avoid any hassle.
I haven't had a pass for years because I'm mostly free weekends and holidays. And its much cheaper to spend $150 a day a few times a year than it is to buy a top-of-the-line pass to go on weekends and holidays. If I can go a few times a year for about $500, then why would I get a pass?
I'm just cracking up that the guy who posted dozens of screenshots of the map as his sole argument now says the map is wrong because it states WOC being located in another land.
I'm suddenly reminded of a Princess and the Frog tube....diiiiig a little deeper....
This just in, Tower of Terror was actually located in Bugs Land because it's kind of near the label for the land on the map.
Also. Be on the lookout for the giant floating blue cloud with writing in it..
Except the Map has it in the Bay. So not in Pixar Pier.
The area where Disney built a viewing area for guests to experience a show is irrelevant? Lol
So since the fireworks are launched over GE, GE has a fireworks show? And Toon Town?
You can still love DCA and be honest that WOC takes place...
Pixar Pier doesn't have a nighttime show. You said it yourself. Paradise Gardens has WOC, not Pixar Pier.
Galaxy's Edge doesn't have a fireworks show even if I can see the obscured fireworks from the land.
Your enlarged low resolution image just shows what I said. Pixar Pier is located behind World of Color. The show is designed to be viewed from the viewing area constructed across the bay. Glad you understand.
I'm aware of when it changed. It was a faulty design made worse by Pixar Pier. Which is pretty much the narrative of Pixar Pier, it took a thing which was clumsy and make it worse.
And do they let you watch the show from the bridge? I always thought they had crowds keep moving on the walkway.
Just kind of a fact. Pixar Pier is from the bridge to the helix. After that its some other weird quasi land with SSS, JJ, GFS, and VOTLM. The non-Pixar attractions.
Grasping at straws would be pointing out that the Fun Wheel has Mickey's face on it despite being an attraction in Pixar Pier.
Pixar Pier doesn't have a nighttime show. If you try and watch WOC from PP, you are behind it.
And I wouldn't call WOC "great." Bellagio fountains are cool, but it's background entertainment, not something I'd queue up for.
Yes, the Transformers facade isn't bland. Is it gorgeous? Nope, but it's also a lot better than a beige building.
Cars Land looks amazing. I already said that. But the land lacks a smidge of things for me to do. Another C-D ticket or experience would allow me to stay in the land and enjoy the...
Way to move the goal posts. Now you are saying we can't look at DCA as a separate theme park with its own admission price and design even though it clearly is? DCA is not an extra land added to Disneyland. It may be used as an AP lounge and recreation area, but that was not the original intent...
I wouldn't call Hogsmede bland or bad. I wouldn't call Springfield bad or bland. The lower lot splinter of Mummy, Jurassic World, and Transformers isn't amazing, but its not boring either. Jurassic World draws you in. The Transformers Facade is dynamic and interesting. Then you have the new...
DCA is the girl that is cute, but she lacks any personality and just constantly changes day-to-day to chameleon onto those around her. She feels fake and you can't talk with her. Sure, she may be a touch prettier than USH, but at least USH knows who she is and has a great sense of style and...