That's what I think so, too....I'm guessing it'll close? :lol:Maybe I've not understood this but isn't our Dumbo being moved to thenew location and a new one will be built or are they both new?
That could have easily been done if they would have made the facade fit FL.BUT ghost stories are considered fantasy in Japan! :lookaroun
That's what I think so, too....I'm guessing it'll close? :lol:
That could have easily been done if they would have made the facade fit FL.
Well this was back when OLC was probably more at the whim of what WDI was doing vs. today when they really have a say in what gets put in and where.Exactly.
I like HM all being a different style. But OLC just copoes WDW's and doesnt even have the appropriate land to put it in. :brick:
If you find a problem in Tokyo you should exploit it. It's the only way Tokyo fans might doubt they have 2 great parks. :lookaroun
Still WDI of the 80's did this! What HAPPENED!?!? :ROFLOL:Well this was back when OLC was probably more at the whim of what WDI was doing vs. today when they really have a say in what gets put in and where.
I know, I'm just kidding and being a PITA. Studying for 10 hours can drive you a little loopy. :lol:They were busy working on 2 theme parks at the same time for the first time in Disney history....Tokyo Disneyland and EPCOT Center...I think we can cut them a little slack
Based on my observations, they need about 6 more Dumbos. I think the cost would be 8.2 billion due to all the upgrades to spinner tech.I had this thought while I was at MK last week, as popular as the Dumbo ride is (despite the fact that there are 2 very similar rides in MK), do you think Disney would close the current Dumbo ride before opening the 2 new ones, or try to coordinate where the new one opens at the same time the old one closes?