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Mon 12/17/2012 2:38p
I like the one in Toontown. The effects are neat, but what I really like is the really fat stream. That sucker puts put a healthy amount of water.
Mon 12/17/2012 3:20p
Disney does anything to make a buck. If they have lousy water then you are forced to buy it by the bottle at exagerated prices.
Mon 12/17/2012 4:25p
It is interesting that WDW's water is so funky. Daytona Beach, some 60 miles from WDW, was awarded the "best tasting water in the world" at 21st annual Berkley Springs International Water Tasting Festival.
Tue 12/18/2012 3:54a
"Disney does anything to make a buck. If they have lousy water then you are forced to buy it by the bottle at exagerated prices."

They're intentionally making the water taste bad?
Tue 12/18/2012 4:10a
I don't think that they intentionally make the water taste bad, but I also doubt that they go too far out of their way to make it taste good. WDW has its own water treatment plant, so they have total control over the water in the parks. If they really wanted it to taste good, they could make it happen; looks like they're okay with it the way it is.
Kennesaw Tom
Tue 12/18/2012 5:18a
I googled WDW and water. It was amazing how many posts on this subject matter are out there on the blogosphere, apparently even among Floridians. Some folks were posting that all you have to do is flush a toilet, turn on a tap in your resort room and you can smell the swamp water. According to sources in Central Florida, the water in Central Florida has high consentrations of sulfer. I'm not sure where WDW is getting their water from, but the ground water in WDWs lakes, so called rivers and drainage canals always looks so murky and smells offensive. The Rivers of America in the Magic Kingdom, and the water canal going around the castle always look so murky.
Dr Hans Reinhardt
Tue 12/18/2012 9:22a
Don't they dye the water in the parks in Florida? I know they do in California.
Tue 12/18/2012 10:14a
The water at Disneyland's castle moat tastes much better since the swans were removed. And it's way less chewy now, too.
Tue 12/18/2012 10:15a
(I know that's gross, but I'm not paying $3 for a 20 oz. soda, dammit.)
Kennesaw Tom
Tue 12/18/2012 10:34a
While at DL, I will stick with the mint juleps. We don't have those in the MK.

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