Butter beer mmm mmm good but will do a comparison with le fou when I arrive in September.
Just freeze some apple juice and top it with some kind of completely unrelated flavored foam that doesn't match the main beverage at all. You'll get the same effect and you won't have to pay more than you would for a regular or frozen butterbeer in a non-souvenir glass.
The same reason that WDW has multiple spinners, omnimovers, and 3D films. It's very easy to take an already done concept, slap a new theme on it and call it a new attraction.Transformers cool ride but why would they copy Spider-Man with the same ride concept?
Hey, they're trying. Go to WDW and enjoy the decade-old fireworks at MK, the 14 year old fireworks at Epcot, and the 15 year old night show with crap effects at Studios.Universal nighttime spectacular wow did not like it at all!
The new Harry potter ride very cool ride concept. Got dizzy at times and they could have done something better inside visually. But all in all pretty cool! The city was visually amazing.
And it only cost them $250M to build it all, which is as much as Disney paid to build Everest. Wow, a whole land with a groundbreaking attraction for the cost of one ride. Keep in mind that Universal is paying $500M to build Diagon Alley, which is $50M more than it will have ultimately cost to build New Fantasyland, it will be built in a substantially shorter period of time, and have substantially more substance.
Well eveyone I just don't see it! There employees are rude rude rude the free locker on roller coaster is just a pain when u can't find any because its so busy.
Disney has no problem incorporating places to keep cameras hats bags on all their rides!
Disney doesn't have rides nearly as high caliber and of the intensity that Universal has. Loose articles on most of their attractions, even if they were in some kind of storage compartment, would create a safety hazard. And really, the only ones that don't have them are the roller coasters which rarely have storage areas to begin with. True, Space, Thunder and Everest have them but I hardly consider them intense coasters by any means.
And as far as rude employees go, Disney hasn't exactly been stellar in that department of late.
All in all I'm glad I did universal to really show how much Disney is superior in a lot of aspects. The details the
Planning and guest experience will always have me coming back to Disney world.
Cool story, bro. Get back to me in 7 years when Disney is sitting on a $2.5 billion paperweight called MyMagic+ and hasn't added a single new attraction and Universal has added 5-6.