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  • Ariel's Grotto question

    I found the following listed on Mouseplanet and it puzzled me: >The Attraction's History: When the area first opened, there was a foam-paved play area with fountains as well as simply meeting Ariel. Though those items are still in place, they have not been used for several years.< I had no idea any part of Ariel's Grotto was closed. Is this true?

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    Re: Ariel's Grotto question

    The fountains were on in April when I was there
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      Re: Ariel's Grotto question

      They were not shooting water when I was there in February. But they look like they had been on because it was wet in places. They were workin when I went the year before though.

      It is kinda like dancing water...pretty cool.

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        Re: Ariel's Grotto question

        when it gets cold, they turn them off.. if it's been raining, they turn them off... if there is a drought they tend to use them during a limited time.

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          Re: Ariel's Grotto question

          they were on when I went.

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