Friday, October 24, 2008

Which Land is Not So Much Your Land?

Today I'm having a little silly Friday Fun by considering which of the Disneyland lands I could do without if I had to.

Actually, this is a really easy question for me - ToonTown. I know, my kids would probably be crushed, so maybe this is not fair, but if I couldn't go to ToonTown on a trip, I would not be terribly disappointed. It's too new to have "classic attractions," and somehow, I feel the fact that Walt never had a part of this. There are certainly a lot of attractions now that were never a part of the original plan, and that is as it should be. The Imagineers should be allowed to run wild, to some extent, but ToonTown just doesn't have the same feel as the rest of the park. Does this make sense? Is anyone with me on this?

What about you? What land could you live without, if you had to?

8 comments:

Audra said...

my first thought was tomorrowland. We barely ever go there. But then I read the rest of your post, and I think I have to agree with you on Toon town :)

Audra said...

Also, did you hear about next years theme???

Dakota said...

The "What Will You Celebrate?" theme? I'd heard it but hadn't thought much about it - beyond - what a great way to celebrate graduating from law school! *grin*

I may have to dig a bit further. I read about free Birthday admission, but not if you are already a pass-holder. There are apparently alternate gift. I will have to look into those.

Thanks!

Innovation Luggage Staff said...

Out of all the rides at Disneyland after 12 years, I'd have to say it is still space mountain. Disneyland vacations are always fun. Although I don't enjoy the rides as much anymore, it's quite nostalgic to see how excited my nieces and nephews enjoy it

Stephanie P said...
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Disneyland Guide said...

I would have to say Bug's land at California Adventure. If they would keep Mickey's Morning Madness then be gone with Mickey's Toontown.

Now on that note if you could add a land what kind of land would you choose? More thrill rides, Dark rides or adventure ride.

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