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  • Small "simple" addition to DCA to make trip more personal.

    Sure DCA covers many aspects of California but I've always thought that there should be some sort of something that covers EVERY single city in the state. Maybe the empty San Francisco building shells near GRR could be converted into a lobby of sorts where information on any city in California could be looked up and maybe (for a price) be printed out on a little certificate like at Names Unraveled in Fantasyland. Kiosks could contain some historical information, pictures, and current information. It is easy for information to become outdated but I think it would be neat to be able to look up your CA hometown while in the park. Even if not every city it would be neat if Disney could put out some kind of request for cities to submit information to be displayed at the park.
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    With all this talk of "off the shelf" and "on the back-burner" it seems the only thing that DCA is really missing is the kitchen sink!

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    Re: Small "simple" addition to DCA to make trip more personal.

    I like this idea. The new park should help facilitate travel within the state.

    I can easily imagine A.A.A. being involved with such a feature.

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      Re: Small "simple" addition to DCA to make trip more personal.

      Stockland land would be fun
      or perhaps a land themed after Victorville would be cool

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        Re: Small "simple" addition to DCA to make trip more personal.

        Let's go for the city of Baker, biggest thermometer in the world!
        Mom, remember, it's not what a person is like on the outside that counts,
        it's what they are like in their HEART!


        - Wolfette

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          Re: Small "simple" addition to DCA to make trip more personal.

          Originally posted by wolfy999
          Let's go for the city of Baker, biggest thermometer in the world!
          I love that place :lol:

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