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  • Favorite DL Time Period?

    Last edited by Dirton; 03-18-2005, 11:30 AM.

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    NOS- without a doubt so many beautiful nooks and crannies
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      Fronterland where it sneaks in by the castle side entrance.
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      This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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        Just thinking about that makes me smile- that part is beautiful too
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          I think you guys miss my point.
          Last edited by Dirton; 03-18-2005, 11:40 AM.

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            Fantasyland. Love the alpine village theme and everything is so serene and calm.....

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              Yeah, probably- well, what is your favorite? Maybe that will set a better example for what you had in mind.
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                I get what you are saying I gotta say the New Orleans time period because it reminds me so much of the time of some of my favorite authors. Actually my favorite authors came after that but none-the-less. The 1800s was a wonderful time. Julies Verne, H.G. Wells, Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Arthur Connan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, J.M. Barrie, Mary Shelly, Bram Stoker, and last but not least Lewis Carroll

                My point is that these authors all generally exsisted during the 1800's and those stories are the basis and framework for Disney classics and inspirations for the parks...So there is my answer Dirton hope it satisfied the point and direction of your question.






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                • #9
                  As a child I used to love TL, Now as an adult (for lack of a better description) I find myself spending more and more time in NOS just hanging out taking in the sights and sounds it is a wonderful place to just relax and veg a bit.

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                    I love the 1930's theme. I wish they could incorporate it more. I love the classy feel that adventureland offers. It's very similar to the TOT.

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                      Originally posted by ah schucks
                      I get what you are saying I gotta say the New Orleans time period because it reminds me so much of the time of some of my favorite authors. Actually my favorite authors came after that but none-the-less. The 1800s was a wonderful time. Julies Verne, H.G. Wells, Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Arthur Connan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, J.M. Barrie, Mary Shelly, Bram Stoker, and last but not least Lewis Carroll

                      My point is that these authors all generally exsisted during the 1800's and those stories are the basis and framework for Disney classics and inspirations for the parks...So there is my answer Dirton hope it satisfied the point and direction of your question.
                      LOL, perfect!

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                        Originally posted by Dirton
                        LOL, perfect!
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                            After careful consideration I would have to agree that NOS is at the top of my list. The views towards the river with the MT passing by just can't be beat for ambience and total immersion, especially late afternoon and early evening.

                            The theming in the courtyards and on the buildings is superb and that, combined with the RR Station and HM makes for a total experience. The place seems to be dripping with more period nostalgia than any other area in the park. It's also a nice complement to FL. I was at the ribbon cutting for NOS and remember the mayor of NO saying it looked just like home and Walt quipped, "Yes, but it's much cleaner!"
                            "America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between." Oscar Wilde

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                            • #15
                              Most of my favorite time period doesn't exist. Tomorrowland 1968 up thru opening of Pirates and Mansion.

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