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  • Disney rides vs atmosphere

    When we arrived at Disneyland for the first time we were so excited and the build up was huge that the first day we were kind of disappointed. The rides were OK and it took a little while to get into the groove and feel the "Disney atmosphere" once we got our bearings (and out of toontown) we really go into it.

    So my question is what % would you put on the history and the atmosphere vs the attractions in the DL CA parks?

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    huh?

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      I'm confused too. I think I know what he's talking about.

      There is a difference between being engaged in an actual attraction, whether it be a ride, show, or exhibit, and just walking around, waiting in a line, sitting on a bench, etc.

      So he's asking how you rate the importance of either. I'm not sure though.

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        Re: Disney rides vs atmosphere

        Originally posted by SpokkerJones View Post
        I'm confused too. I think I know what he's talking about.

        There is a difference between being engaged in an actual attraction, whether it be a ride, show, or exhibit, and just walking around, waiting in a line, sitting on a bench, etc.

        So he's asking how you rate the importance of either. I'm not sure though.
        ~in Huell Howser voice~

        "This is amAZING!"

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