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  • [Question] Epcot Experience at DLR?

    Where do you go when you want that bit of a World Showcase experience but are at DLR? My pick: New Orleans Square. Ran across an old map showing unique shopping and restaurants, and it hit me how much this feels like a WS country of sorts. When I add great jazz and two of my favorite attractions, it is an easy winner! What about you?
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    Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

    No world showcase at the DLR but if you want to experience Mexico all you have to do is drive through Santa Ana.

    You can experience Vietnam in Westminster and Garden Grove.

    Go to Artesia and you can experience India.

    Of course in LA, there is Chinatown, Koreatown, and Little Tokyo. And there is a Russian area in and around the Fairfax District.

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      Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

      Not quite what I meant, but I agree! Used to live in many places in Orange County- and I loved the diversity!
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        Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

        Originally posted by mark View Post
        Where do you go when you want that bit of a World Showcase experience but are at DLR? My pick: New Orleans Square. Ran across an old map showing unique shopping and restaurants, and it hit me how much this feels like a WS country of sorts. When I add great jazz and two of my favorite attractions, it is an easy winner! What about you?
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          Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

          Originally posted by Leofoenget View Post
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            Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

            I don't think you need to get the World Showcase feeling/experience at Disneyland. WS is something unique to Epcot, & it should stay that way. At Disneyland you get the New Orleans Square feeling, the Main Street feeling, Toontown feeling, etc.

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              Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

              Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
              No world showcase at the DLR but if you want to experience Mexico all you have to do is drive through Santa Ana.

              You can experience Vietnam in Westminster and Garden Grove.

              Go to Artesia and you can experience India.

              Of course in LA, there is Chinatown, Koreatown, and Little Tokyo. And there is a Russian area in and around the Fairfax District.
              :lol:
              It may have zippity to do with doo-dah :ccool:

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                Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

                I like that WS feeling- its a bit more grown up and leisurely paced. Love thrill and fantasy rides as much as anyone, but every once in awhile, I like the change of pace.
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                  Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

                  Originally posted by Luke Manning View Post
                  I don't think you need to get the World Showcase feeling/experience at Disneyland. WS is something unique to Epcot, & it should stay that way. At Disneyland you get the New Orleans Square feeling, the Main Street feeling, Toontown feeling, etc.
                  Agreed entirely.

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                    I agree. WS should be kept in Epcot.

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                      Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

                      Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
                      No world showcase at the DLR but if you want to experience Mexico all you have to do is drive through Santa Ana.

                      You can experience Vietnam in Westminster and Garden Grove.

                      Go to Artesia and you can experience India.

                      Of course in LA, there is Chinatown, Koreatown, and Little Tokyo. And there is a Russian area in and around the Fairfax District.
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                        Re: Epcot Experience at DLR?

                        Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
                        No world showcase at the DLR but if you want to experience Mexico all you have to do is drive through Santa Ana.

                        You can experience Vietnam in Westminster and Garden Grove.

                        Go to Artesia and you can experience India.

                        Of course in LA, there is Chinatown, Koreatown, and Little Tokyo. And there is a Russian area in and around the Fairfax District.
                        LOL! Or better yet, come up here to the San Fernando Valley to Pacoima, Panorama City and etc and experience Mexico here, too.

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