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    Favourite land in Magic Kingdom

    Ok so technically a few aren't lands but I wanted to include all of them, to cater for everyone!
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    OH, this will take me a bit to decide! Some of them I like for the theming and others for the attractions. What to pick... What to pick!


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    Sorry if this has been covered before had a quick glance and couldn't see anything, just thought it would be an interesting one.

    I picked tomorrowland mainly because of its theming but also because of BLSRS and SM.


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    It was a toss up between Frontier Land and Tomorrow Land. I instinctively went for Frontier Land for Splash Mountain but I realised I love most of the things in Tomorrow Land, can I retract my vote ?

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    For some reason, I think that Main Street is my favorite. I guess it's because it is the first land you see. Also it has the best view of the castle.
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    This was a hard decision but I finally chose Adventureland because I love the theming...plus PotC, the punny Jungle Cruise(loved Lou & Jeff's DSI of the queue!), the squirting Tiki Gods (ah, refreshing!), the music, and Dole Whips.

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    I like Main Street just because it's got the i'm-finially-here-again feel!

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    I voted for Liberty Square as we would not be America without it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchythepooh View Post
    This was a hard decision but I finally chose Adventureland because I love the theming...plus PotC, the punny Jungle Cruise(loved Lou & Jeff's DSI of the queue!), the squirting Tiki Gods (ah, refreshing!), the music, and Dole Whips.
    If we didn't have Dole Whips, I don't think Adventureland would even make it in this poll. Yay for Dole Whips!

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    Fantasyland - I love everything about it!
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    It's gotta be Main Street for me. I don't know if it's technically a land but after being away from WDW for a year and the first time you come back, walk around the bend and there it is in all it's glory. Then having the castle as the back drop. It just hit's you right in the face, in a good way.
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    No votes for Mickeys Toontown Fair yet!


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    I love love LOVE everything about Frontierland. Even though there are other attractions that I could never go without (Peter Pan, Space Mountain, PotC), I think the themes are the most completely executed here. The music, the food, the buildings especially....sigh..


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    I loved Frontierland from the first-time I ever experienced the magic about 13 years ago. I just love Pecos Bill's, Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain and the total theming of the and despite not being a total Western buff like my dad is.
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    I like Frontierland because it has two of the best rides in the MK in it. Also because splash mountain was the first ride I ever went on in WDW, so I guess I have an emotional attachment to that land.

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