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    Re: Your favorite queue

    So now, help me out here. Was the incessantly long cue to It's Tough To Be A Bug designed solely to allow people to walk all around the tree of life? Or did they severely overestimate the stand-by line for that attraction?

    Same thing with the River Rapids line. Granted, I go in December every year and it can get pretty chilly in Orlando. But does that super-long queue ever get filled to capacity?
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    Re: Your favorite queue

    I remember when I went through the queue to Everest the first time I had to keep reminding myself that none of the "artifacts" were real. I have to give it my vote for making me question reality lol.

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    Re: Your favorite queue

    Possibly because of the nature of the attraction, I think that Kali River Rapids has one of the most overlooked (yet beautiful and meaningful) queues. Hmmm... maybe there's a show segment in there somewhere
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    Re: Your favorite queue

    Quote Originally Posted by supernova View Post
    So now, help me out here. Was the incessantly long cue to It's Tough To Be A Bug designed solely to allow people to walk all around the tree of life? Or did they severely overestimate the stand-by line for that attraction?
    Actually my family was at AK a month after it opened. It was a lot of nothingness, too much was still under construction. Even The Discovery River Boats attraction was permanently shuttered by the first month. The bug queue was packed for the first few years. Let me tell you we saw each and every carving. It was pretty but nasty hot even in May. There was only a few A/C stores or restaurants. Disney Shirts stationed outside the parks taking surveys in droves quick reply to no relief from heat was they intended to create a true jungle effect. They succeeded because guests left in herds after 2-3 hours. A continuing plague of AK. Bug was one of the few places with A/C.

    Same thing with the River Rapids line. Granted, I go in December every year and it can get pretty chilly in Orlando. But does that super-long queue ever get filled to capacity?
    KRR was designed not only as an added attraction but also as a response to how blessed hot the park was. I too stood through those early queue years. They moved slow and were again hot beyond belief. Kali just leaves you uncomfortably wet, so I have not been on it in years and do not remember a lot of the queue.

    Disney could fix Kali's lingering effects if they just put in a few people driers like they have at other amusement parks. They work great and the whole family can dry off together for a nominal price.


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    Re: Your favorite queue

    That's a great idea Gabe!! Disney would make a killing on that!



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    Re: Your favorite queue

    That is hysterical! I've never seen anything like that!
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    Re: Your favorite queue

    They would have to have several but I'm betting this would make more people visit this attraction or stop the practice of riding Kali then leaving the park. I know at one point they had one in Blizzard Beach. Strange. You are supposed to be wet in a water park and you can change when you are leaving.

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    Re: Your favorite queue

    Yes, they should...even with all those comment cards I still don't feel like we are very well heard.
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    Re: Your favorite queue

    My favorite is Muppet Vision 3D. Gotta love the net full of jello.

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    Re: Your favorite queue

    I think I chose more than one :\
    My tops are Expedition Everest, Tower of Terror, and the Haunted Mansion. I think Expedition Everest and the Tower of Terror are great because they make the experience feel so real, and quite frankly I just love reading the tombstones by the Mansion. :P
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    Re: Your favorite queue

    I just think the Rock N' Roller Coaster video of Aerosmith is so cheesy and cool, I had to pick that one.

    I didn't see it on the poll, but I also really like the video in the queue for Carousel of Progress. Not much of a queue, but I just love the video. It's a nice tribute to Walt and really helps establish the context for the show. Very nicely done.
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    Re: Your favorite queue

    Very hard to choose, but that's the fun part of the question. As hard as it was not to pick EE or TOT, I chose Mission Space. I know people don't love the ride, but they probably put more money, special effects and an immersive enviornment than any other attraction.

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    Re: Your favorite queue

    I would say either TSM or ToT. Both of these have exceptional queue lines and really bring you into the ride.
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    Re: Your favorite queue

    I like the Splash Mountain line at night, and when it is not too crowded.

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    Re: Your favorite queue

    That one is much cooler at night. As is the otherwise monotonous Spaceship Earth.

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