Wed 12/12/2012 8:38a
|I feel like this is a key difference between DL and WDW in recent years. There is a much greater likelihood of upgrades at DL (like something eventually "plussing" GRR) than anything similar happening in Florida (beyond the new wave of unnecessary interactive queues). |
Wed 12/12/2012 10:14a
|I would have preferred the Princess meet and greet over the kiddie carwash Storybook Circus. Why anyone would want to spend $100 per person, per day for the opportunity to let their kids get sprayed down is beyond me.|
Stich spitting in Downtown Disney is more or an obstruction rather than a cute addition. Everyone seems to be avoiding the area where he spits. I was in Downtown Disney four weeks ago and getting around that whole area was difficult. Of course you had the ocassional guest who doesn't know what is going on walk where no one else is standing and subsequently get spit on.
|63||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Wed 12/12/2012 12:01p
|"I would have preferred the Princess meet and greet over the kiddie carwash Storybook Circus."|
Can someone please tell me why Disney loves to build these wet kid play areas? I don't get it.
Wed 12/12/2012 12:17p
|I figure they were trying to compete with Gatorland. Since Gatorland has one.|
I really don't see the relevance of a kiddie carwash in the world's most popular theme park. Seems to me, that is very expensive real estate to waste on such a thing that would have been better suited for an addition to one of the resort pools. Why not have placed it at the Art of Animation Resort pool?
Wed 12/12/2012 12:47p
|>>Can someone please tell me why Disney loves to build these wet kid play areas?<<|
Because kids love to get wet. Parents can park it for a little while and the kids cool off and play in the water. My kids LOVED these sorts of things when they were little. At Bugs land, Sea World, Great America -- it was pretty much their favorite thing in every park.
Wed 12/12/2012 12:55p
|<<Because kids love to get wet.>>|
No offense, but I thought that is what pools were for.
<<Parents can park it for a little while and the kids cool off and play in the water.>>
Except, there is a huge circus tent nearby with an indoor play area. So that parents and tikes can cool off, and the little tikes can play also.
Wed 12/12/2012 12:57p
|When you were a kid, didn't you like to play with water outside of swimming pools? Water ballon fights, squirt guns, etc. Didn't you like water rides where you'd get splashed?|
C'mon guys. 'Ts the season. Don't be Grinches about little kids enjoying splashing around in water.
|68||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Wed 12/12/2012 1:04p
|"When you were a kid, didn't you like to play with water outside of swimming pools?"|
Never with my clothes on. To this day I hate the squishy feeling of damp clothes stuck to my body. Eww.
Wed 12/12/2012 1:36p
|Eh, it's fun for some people. So, that's why they build them.|
Wed 12/12/2012 1:39p
|Most kids do enjoy getting soaked whenever possible. And some of us never truly grow up!|