I am not a person that has to be "the first". Whether it be to ride an attraction or sail on a Disney ship. (However, I DID have to see The Hunger Games this past weekend! :lol:) I like to wait a bit and let them get out all the kinks. Hopefully, this October is long enough. :grin:
We're not taking the kids to WDW this year. I wanted to take them back when the MK is fully accessible and "pretty". No matter how many pictures they put on them, the walls are UGLY and an eye sore. I know you have to take the good with the bad when making progress. I'm just impatient! Get the WHOLE expansion done already!!!
I watched Lou's tour of Storybook Circus the day it came out. I can't wait to see Dumbo illuminated. With the lights reflecting off the water, it looks beautiful! I can't wait to see it in person!!! :yahoo:
WDW is having a great Spring Break this year. The pictures of the front gate and soft opening of Storybook Circus are just a casualty of Spring Break. Yes, some in the crowd were press and people that got the news of the soft opening. But, MOST of those people were casual park goers on Spring Break. Second to the week after Christmas, Spring Break is CRAZY at WDW. :dizzy:
I still say Tim Foster is his best "co-host". He's hard to get used to at first, but incredibly entertaining when you finally do.
I gave a few shows a listen, picking topics that I thought would interest me. One of them was absolutely brutal. Hope others I'll try are better.
I happened to be walking by Spaceship Earth while it had an unannounced soft opening, so I thought I'd go in. But if they announced an anticipated soft pre-opening of the ride for December back in, say, July, I would certainly not book a trip specifically to ride early. Why would I do that?
I dunno but there are people that do I suspect... And then definitely your locals who have annual passes and dot mind standing in hoards of crowds to see something that they could wait a few weeks and leisurely walk through... Doesn't make much sense...
Bravo Disney, Bravo