I guess 'fall opening' is the official line until it's not. They won't mention a potential early opening in fear of a bigger influx of people when SWGE is already filling the parks/resorts.
You cannot claim completion until all of the stations are complete, which they are not. Plus, you will have the asterisk next to the word, "attraction", since it falls in the grey area like the monorail, friendship boats, etc
Is this going to win the award for longest time ever from attraction completion to opening, assuming they don't open until September as they claim? That's what five months? That's a testing period longer than an entire ski season that these gondolas normally operate for.
Or will they open them early and claim 'we were so thrilled by guest response to seeing the gondolas running we decided to do all we could to open them early as an extra surprise for all our summer guests to enjoy'.
No, that would be Test Track, which was in T&A for about 2 years.Is this going to win the award for longest time ever from attraction completion to opening, assuming they don't open until September as they claim?
First we need to solve the epistemological question of whether we can really ever know anything as it is.
Why do you view this in such a negative light? The kitsch of the gondolas fits perfectly with the carnival atmosphere at the Pop Century and Art of Animation resorts. The over the top gaudiness of both resorts is accentuated by the gondola system and gives a sense of amusement, sideshows and diverse entertainment. It's the sort of tacky transportation system that is perfect for children of all ages.
No, not at all. There is nothing wrong with garish, gaudy, showy, ostentatious, crass and loud decorations. It is, after all, the predominate theme at the Pop and AoA resorts. Especially now that the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is out of business there is more of a need for these types of flashy and brassy displays.Did Pop/AoA steal your lunch money while the Skyliner beat you up or something??
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