Are they assessible via stairs to the utilador or what ever the underground tunnels are called?
I think they have in common is that they are in the Magic Kingdom.
Woot now i am off to Encinitas so will have to pass on the question.
wont be back until saturday evening earliest.
the utilidors are a disneyfied basment!!!
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Actually they are the first floor made to look like a basement
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OK - this may not be so tough, but...
Over at the Jungle Cruise - of all the various jokes and puns used on the cruise, which one must be used?
(my reference says Walt himself required this one at DL, but I cannot verify it...)
I'm going to guess when the skipper calls the temple Shirley's Temple
probably not it but I remember hearing that everytime I ride
"The backside of water" line??
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remember there is no temple at Disneyland, and if Walt required it, it would have to be a scene that is at Disneyland, so my guess is the joke near the poachers camp, the one about "getting the point ... in the end" (though the backside of water line sounds like a good possibility too)