Name one attraction

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  1. Isafari

    Isafari Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Name one attraction in each Disney park that you think has had it's day and needs to be replaced
     
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    Stitch
     
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    Peter Pan?
     
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    Off with your head! ;)
     
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    Isafari Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    MK - Can't make my mind up between Stitch and Peter Pan
    AK - stuck on this one....but we don't go on anything in Dinoland
    Epcot - Ellen (although never done Circle of Life)
    DHS - Great Movie Ride
     
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    Hmmmmm...
    MK: Those astro orbiter things (but Stitch can go too). KEEP YOUR MITTS OFFA' PETER, YA' HEAR ME! :mental:
    EPCOT: Rio del tiempo, or whatever it's called...
    DHS: Well, I don't go there often enough to pick one? I don't like coasters, but I know RRC is popular. How about ditching ToT? :D
    AK: Pick anything in DinoLand. I really don't like the "midway" carnival feel of that place. Carnivals give me the creeps nearly as much as clowns. Nearly.
     
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    Oh no, that is a classic especially with the new cue
     
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    MK - Stitch and/or Astro Orbiter (fun ride but too short and lines TOO LONG)
    DHS - They've already gotten rid of so much here. The only things we do (both of us) are GMR and TSMM. I LOVE TOT so that can't go. RnRC is one I tolerate when I have grand kids who want to ride.
    EPCOT - Hmm not a lot of rides here anyway. Ellen is good for a nap but is rumoured to be going to put in Guardians of the Galaxy. Not sure what is now in Captain EO's spot.
    AK - Keep Dinosaur but I think the other rides in Dinoland can go.
     
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    Yeah, Dinosaur is pretty amazing. I'll not go on it again, but I can see keeping that one.
    You do like the thrill rides, John! :yes:
     
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    MK -- Stitch no question
    EPCOT-- Universe of Energy ( Grand Fiesta Tour with the Three Caballeros is one of my son's favorites)
    DHS -- Great Movie Ride def needs attention--my other thought would be Indiana Jones show.
    AK- Dinoland is a cute idea but we don't go on anything there: we do go on Dinosaur, but nothing in the carnival style area,
     
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    Grand Fiesta. I knew they'd changed the name. :yes:
    I thought the IJ show was being canceled? :unsure:
     
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    Controversial probably but apart from Soarin' and Test Track (and the Art of Disney shop) everything else in the front half of Epcot could go. We never even bother looking anymore.
    Some things we've never even looked at or been on they have so little appeal.
     
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    As much as we love EPCOT, the entire place good use a good broom and brush. Yes, Future World is in desperate need of a refurbishing from the ground up. Test Track, Mission Space, and Soarin' are ok, but still need a good once over. I know Soarin' has been redone recently, but haven't seen it. I'd have to keep Spaceship Earth for Auld Lang Syne. Would hate to see that go...
    But everything else up there? No real emotional attachment to it.
     
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    Yes I do for the most part Tink.
     
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    You're a brave man. I used to like them when I was much, much younger, but now? They just make me sick (and hurt every bone in my body).
     
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    MK - Stitch or Astro Orbiters
    Epcot - Futureworld and Grand Fiesta
    DHS - Great Movie Ride and/or Indianna Jones
    AK - Dinoland
     
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    Ooh... Good question. Here's mine:

    MK: The Enchanted Tiki Room - Plastic birds that pretend to sing? There has to be a better use of that prime location. Failing that, someone please suck It's a Small World into the abyss!
    EPCOT: The World Showcase - For us power-walking thrill-seekers, most of it feels like little more than an attempt to sell you non-branded cheaply-made merchandise.
    DHS: The silly new movie 'Sneak Peaks' they run where One Man's Dream should be. For heaven's sake, it's your only real tribute to the creator of the park in the park - treat it with some respect.
    AK: Maharaja Jungle Trek - It's not really my thing, but I can get on board with seeing animals, but please don't make me walk in what's already Disney's largest park!
     
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