I voted for Expedition Everest and Tower of Terror.
Expedition Everest is an AMAZING queue line. There are TOO many things to look at, read about, and stare at strangely. You are never bored. It's so well thought out, it's incredible.
Tower of Terror is my 2nd favorite, simply because I like standing in that line and talking to everyone and figuring out who is absolutely terrified, who's going on it for the first time, etc. It's a ton of fun.
Tower of Terror's queue towers over all the others. There is a sense of going back in time as you wind through the line. The unkempt, overgrown landscaping combined with the echoey 40's big band music sounds ghostly, like the final scene in The Shining (with Jack in the picture). Once you get inside the hotel it's even better with abandoned luggage and numerous other details which suggest people just vanished. The small room where you watch Rod Serling is surrounded with props from The Twilight Zone and the feeling of apprehension continues to escalate as you walk through the boiler room. Oh yeah, the elevator ride is pretty cool too. Nothing tops that in my opinion.
I love the Space Mountain queue... the music is so relaxing
Wishin' I was in the World
What will you CELEBRATE!
Also, the "Home of Future Living" is sorely missed as well.
I voted for Space Mountain even though it is not my favorite attraction. I rarely ride it any more.
I liked Toy Story Mania, TOT, and Everest. My favorite would be TSM just for the fact it brings back memories of toys I used to have when I was little.
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Last Trip To Disney World: 02/2012 - All-Star Movies
Next Trip To Disney World: 05/2012 - Yacht Club Resort
I love the queue for Test Track! There is so much going on and plenty of little references to all kinds of Disney stuff! it makes you really feel like you're at a GM test facility! I also love Tower of Terror because it builds up your excitment since its kinda freaky and it previews what's to come!
I hope we never lose sight of one thing,that it was all started by a mouse.
I think Pirates, TSM and Haunted Mansion. When I am in the Pirates queue I really feel like I am back in some fortress
I can't pick just one-that's impossible!!!
Tower of Terror is my favorite because of all the detail that was put into it and because its creepy, but i think Star Tours has a cool queue because C3-PO and other robots are talking to you.
Jungle Cruise, Ecpedition Everest, and Splash Mountain (In that order)
Jungle Cruise- best quene line ever!! If you ever look at all the detail just to make it look like an old beaten down cruise, you will be amazed!!! Ok, I dare everyone to do this because it is absolutely hilarious. When you are about to get on, look at where all the stuff is. You know, the area with the jumping spider. On the wall, up a little bit, is the dinner schedule for the crew. It is so funny!! I don't want to give anything away, but it is great. Also, listen to the music. I love the music in line!!! It cracks me up!! (that means if any of you are there in december and see a weirdo 14 year old girl laughing until she cries, then its me)
Expedition Everest- 2nd best!!! I love all the Himilayan and Nepal stuff!!! Oh, one little tip- when in line and you got the first room (this is stand-by and I'm talking about the room beore the yeti museum) you will see yeti dolls-one is wearing mickey ears!! so cute!! I love the yeti museum!!!
Lastly, Splash Mountain- I just love the details!!! I love the music also. It makes me forget I'm going on a 5 five story drop....
Favorite would have to be ToT. Just the propping and design is amazing. To be able to capture the opulence of the era, but still give you that creepy, run-down feeling...it's just incredible. Next up, PoC. I love the fort facade with all the weaponry and the 2 skeletons playing chess. And EE with it's sense of adventure. It's really hard to pick only 3 b/c I love the Muppets , the Jungle Cruise and Splash Mountain as well.
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