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Crowds or are they?

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  • Crowds or are they?

    I was just contemplating if the increase in attendence is in fact crowds or rather we've just become complacent with minimum attendence and short waits in line. What was the "norm" prior to the dilapidated state of the park is now an infestation of guests. I welcome the so-called infestation as DL steams ahead to its original glory. I welcome the elaborately done queues, smiling faces and the atmosphere that is Disney.

    As much as DL is created for the people, its the people that help create DL. DL isn't meant to be seen and or done all in one day. Being able to ride every ride and see every show in a day creates a DCA'esk feel. Being made to wait for a ride or a show or even a table to eat, creates the opportunities otherwise missed to see, feel and hear the magic Walt intended.

    Anyone else have any thoughts or ideas?
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