Re: Wishing Antarctica was in Animal Kingdom
I get that and respect that, kinda what I had posted several posts above, we did the same thing when our kiddos were small, that work for us too.
Originally Posted by Gatorhead
Get the idea you get where I am coming from too. I actually don't have a vested interest if anyone visits WDW, Uni or SeaWorld, well actually I am a stockholder of Dis but you know what I mean. The thing that is hilarious to me as an example is the awful reviews of Harry Potter expansion by Fanboys that haven't even stepped foot into the expansion yet speak with such authority. It makes me giggle.
Uni wasn't exactly my cup of tea in the early years and certainly not when I had young children, it had been a thrill park and not much for my young kids. That has changed dramatically and the expansion in 2014 will bring even additional family attraction unlike when my children were small. Our revisit many years later was an eye opener to the changes that vastly improved the Uni parks. I credit Disney tongue and cheek with the sucess of Harry Potter expansion as they were former Disney Imagineers that Disney fired after Epcot and Tokyo were complete and they had a glut of excess imagineers. They found employment with Uni. You can see the Disney style imagineering that Uni lacked previously.
Disney too has also had their fair share of originally mediocre parks in their early years, DHS, AK and on the West Coast, especially the California Park. Even Disney Paris has come a long way over the years. Like I said they all have their fair share of blunders. Any corporation can put out a dog of a park and fix it. If my DD was young again, in a heartbeat I would have hired a Towncar to take her to Legoland. She was obsessed with Lego's, had enough to fill a room, she would have been in heaven when she was young to visit Legoland and I would have indulged her.
Have a great trip.
Some people are like Slinkies.
They aren't really good for anything,
but they still bring a smile to my face when I push them down a flight of stairs.
Friends are Gods way of apologizing to us for our families.