I really did enjoy the side arcades. Every time we went down there I saw something new.Originally Posted by Deafjeff, post: 275880
I do like DLRP but there are some things that do let it down like your breakfast experience. I remember one of our trips there we were watching the parade and there were two of the dancers that put no effort into their dances and also had faces that made me think they really didn't want to be there.
the side arcades are lovely and different to the other parks, you are able to take the left hand arcade and walk all the way to adventureland/fantasyland undercover - great for when it's raining and also to avoid the crowds.
We were at one of the cheaper hotels (The Cheyenne) and so there was a few school groups there which didn't help. One day we had our breakfast in the parks and that was much better- the exact same food just in a better setting, really made the difference. I didn't experience anything as bad as you did though with the parade etc.Originally Posted by Suebeattie, post: 275965
What a shame niamh didnt get to meet cinderella, makes you wonder why the cm didnt do a bit of jigging about seeing as the other little girl really wanted to meet sleeping beauty - wonder who she got to meet in the end?
I like the idea of the characters all doing the conga everytime a birthday cake comes out - id love to know what their faces inside the costumes are actually doing!
I can honestly say we didn't come across any terrible or even bad CMs. I think the princess pavillion wasn't an issue with them being bad CMs, however I think it's more of an issue with the planning of the Princess Pavillion. They have put you in whichever room becomes empty first, so I think to be honest it depends on how much the CM in question sticks to their job. I also think how busy it is does it come into play.Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 276022
All in all, a badly planned attraction.