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Some images of the Tahatian Terrace

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  • #46
    Re: Some images of the Tahatian Terrace


    "Childishness? I think it's the equivalent of never losing your sense of humor. I mean, there's a certain something that you retain. It's the equivalent of not getting so stuffy that you can't laugh at others."
    ~Walt Disney

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    • #47
      Re: Some images of the Tahatian Terrace

      What great photos everyone posted! I've posted my opinions on the topic several times...I, too was enchanted with the Tahitian Terrace. I like the idea of incorporating Lilo & Stitch, as long as it isn't too "Stitch" oriented, to the point that the lore behind the dances and chanting is compromized my mischief. Stitch is one of my favorite characters, but he has his place.

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      • #48
        Re: Some images of the Tahatian Terrace

        I'm good at predicting the future, I was right about my aunt having a girl, my sister getting into the Boston Conservatory, and that the subs (before 2000) would make a comeback.

        So, now I'm guessing Tahitian Terrace is coming back to Disneyland is some form or another with a bit of a Stitch theme (overlay)- knowing Disney.

        Aladdis Oasis, I believe, is gone forever. Maybe John is actually smart.

        Just my two cents- hopefully my future skills are right !!!

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        • #49
          Re: Some images of the Tahatian Terrace

          I can so get behind anything that involves good food and hula girls! Not to mention fire and drumming...

          Oh, yeah, I'd eat there.
          I pledge allegiance to the Earth, one planet, many gods, and to the universe in which she spins.

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          • #50
            Re: Some images of the Tahatian Terrace

            If you have the movie "Disneyland A Day At The Happiest Place On Earth", there is about a 5 second clip of the Tahitian Terrance dancers. I don't remember ever having been there but I assume it was a bit like the Luau they do at the Polynesian Resort in WDW and I have done that. It was cool. The Lilo and Stitch would be good. Parents would be more likely to get their kids to come willingly if there are characters to see along with the dancers and fire. But just my opinion.

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            • #51
              Re: Some images of the Tahatian Terrace

              Originally posted by Flaming Cabin
              Aladdin's Oasis predates Pressler.
              Yes, but our Arabian theme in WDW (Aladdin's Magic Carpets) does not, which is what I was refering to.

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