Fri 12/14/2012 11:37a
|102||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Fri 12/14/2012 12:44p
|"The other thing to consider is the water at WDW. Have you ever drunk out of a water fountain in the MK? It tastes like swamp water."|
I bet it tastes better than the water in Anaheim. Bleeaach.
|103||Witches of Morva|
Fri 12/14/2012 2:01p
|ORGOCH: Come ta Morva an' drink the water here if'n ya really wanna' git sick!|
Fri 12/14/2012 2:23p
|"I bet it tastes better than the water in Anaheim. Bleeaach."|
It doesn't. It's pretty awful.
|105||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Fri 12/14/2012 3:42p
|That's pretty bad then because Southern California water is pretty nasty. I must have had bottled water the times I was in Orlando, because I don't remember it being that bad.|
Mon 12/17/2012 4:39a
|>>"I bet it tastes better than the water in Anaheim. Bleeaach."|
It doesn't. It's pretty awful.<<
WDW's water tastes like you're in a rural area, drinking from their water supply. DL's water tastes like you're in a factory, drinking the water that they use to cool down the hot machinery. I much prefer WDW's taste to DL's, though neither are particularly great.
Also, in general, I don't mind the taste of water in soCal. There are specific areas (like near my grandma) that are always especially bad, but overall it wasn't half bad. It just isn't as chic as fancy water from France, so a lot of people there are scared of it.
Mon 12/17/2012 4:46a
|I should also add that WDW has a ton of water fountains with chillers attached, so the water you get is actually cold. In Anaheim, there are only one or two of those in the parks, but they don't appear to help the taste of the water in either location.|
|108||Jim in Merced CA|
Mon 12/17/2012 9:00a
|In all the years I've visited Disneyland, I can't picture the location of one drinking fountain.|
|109||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Mon 12/17/2012 9:28a
|The one that I always think of is the one in the Pirates queue.|
|110||Jim in Merced CA|
Mon 12/17/2012 12:20p
|Okay -- yes -- I can see that one in the Pirates queue.|