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November 26, 2011: Disney Drops National Harbor

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  • November 26, 2011: Disney Drops National Harbor

    It was May 19, 2009. A press release revealed that Disney had bought a resort site near Washington, DC. Then came two and a half years of silence. Now there’s news again.





    Please discuss it here.
    Last edited by Werner Weiss; 11-25-2011, 11:50 PM.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: November 26, 2011: Disney Drops National Harbor

    Wonderful, informative, excellent article as usual Werner!
    All right, listen! I didn't want to have to do this, but you leave me no choice. Here comes the smolder.


    DLR Annual Passholder, Disney nerd
    Trip Reports:
    From California to Walt Disney World: The Road to Orlando (Coming soon)

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      Re: November 26, 2011: Disney Drops National Harbor

      Whoops. I guess I should've waited 9 hrs to start my "Where should the next DVC Resort be at?" thread. LOL. Oh well. The only prime locations for DVC Resorts outside of the parks would have to be near a waterfront anyway.

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        Re: November 26, 2011: Disney Drops National Harbor

        Originally posted by toonaspie View Post
        Whoops. I guess I should've waited 9 hrs to start my "Where should the next DVC Resort be at?" thread. LOL. Oh well. The only prime locations for DVC Resorts outside of the parks would have to be near a waterfront anyway.
        People like the wilderness too... Sking camping, etc

        And the national harbor project doesn't surprise me at all. Dumb from the start. The location itself stinks

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          Re: November 26, 2011: Disney Drops National Harbor

          Disney and this region are cursed.

          I am thinking back to Disney's America.

          Sam
          Samland

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            Re: November 26, 2011: Disney Drops National Harbor

            Disney America had a chance.. most of it has been repurposed in other parks.

            This was just another attempt at slapping Disney branding on a product and trying to turn nothing into a money machine. Disney is better off here.

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