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Posted: Apr Wed 23, 2008 9:35 pm
by jiminycricket
Its a small world seems very overlooked! The line is never long, and its historical because it was one of Walts original ideas! People need to know that its O.K. to come from different backgrounds and that people can still get along! Some people say that the ride is outdated, but to me, its a classic that represents all that is good at Disney!!! A SMILE MEANS FRIENDSHIP TO EVERYONE!

Posted: May Sun 18, 2008 6:39 pm
by kcarts
Plenty of TTA responses here (and I agree). I beginning to wonder if it can be considered "overlooked"....

Can't remember the name of it, but the movie in France. And not so much b/c I like it but it's one of the only things my girlfriend likes! She's not a huge Disney fan but she's been to France a couple of times and loves that movie. It made me happy that there was something she enjoyed in Disney World.

Posted: May Sun 18, 2008 7:08 pm
by boilerbabe
I would say CoP, there's never a line for this one! It's one of my most favorites, this was one of Walt's creations, I just love it!

Posted: May Sun 18, 2008 7:08 pm
by parkhopper26
TTA has my vote, not the most thrilling ride but in my book it is a disney classic

Re: Favorite Overlooked Attraction

Posted: May Mon 19, 2008 8:17 pm
by figment34786
dinosaur33 wrote:What is your favorite attraction that most people skip? Mine would have to be Carousel of Progress or Tomorrowland Transit Authority, both great attractions that I'm glad they never have lines...
Absolutely... great attractions! :D

Posted: May Thu 22, 2008 12:55 pm
by pkbabygirl
tergiversate wrote:I love the TTA, it's so relaxing. I like visiting Tomorrowland at night anyway, so when you finally can sit down for a long while with no screaming kids and bubbly little music and a whole lot of darkness, it's perfect.
I agree with TTA. This is always an excuse for me to sit down, relax, and get away from the crowds while still feeling I am on a ride.

Posted: May Fri 23, 2008 10:21 am
by yodiwan1
after my last trip, i now realize that the videos in the world showcase are not overlooked. Canada's was funny, but France and CHina both put me to sleep. A real hidden jem is teh animation academy at Hollywood Studios. It was very fun, hands on, and air conditioned! We loved it so much we went twice and drew Minnie and Daisy. I have no artistic ability and made very nice drawings.

Posted: Jul Sun 13, 2008 11:34 am
by PudgetteD
TTA definately, I love going through Space Mountain!

Posted: Sep Mon 15, 2008 10:41 pm
by annafab
One Man's Dream was GREAT! Although, I did it at the end of the day so I didn't watch the movie, which I regret now. Also, I think the street performances are often overlooked/rushed past. I really enjoyed a couple I saw at DHS.

Posted: Sep Mon 15, 2008 11:26 pm
by Len90
I think I have to add a few to my list after my trip. TTA still is up there on top since you get an amazing view of the SpectroMagic parade if you time it right. Also that Star Tunnel music.... brings a tear to the eye thinking about it. The next one was the Jungle Cruise. It never had a line, and the ride is different with each skipper as they add their own jokes. Journey Into Immagination with Figment. This was sad as we had a whole ride vehicle to ourselves. IASW is overlooked also even though that song is stuck in my head for three weeks following my visit.

Posted: Sep Tue 16, 2008 10:53 am
by spodie
My top 5:

1) Carousel of Progress
2) One Man's Dream
3) Flights of Wonder bird show (at AK)
4) Tomorrowland Transit Authority
5) Do the Streets of America count? I never see many people wandering around there, but I could stay there for hours just soaking in all the detail.

Posted: Oct Mon 06, 2008 5:36 pm
by kschn3671
American Adventure. Good place for a snooze

Posted: Oct Fri 17, 2008 6:13 pm
by jacksparrow
I believe I would have to vote for Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse and Carousel of Progress.

Posted: Oct Sat 18, 2008 8:19 am
by pixiesparkles
I love Aladdin's Magic Carpets.

Posted: Oct Sat 18, 2008 9:00 am
by yodiwan1
i realy must say i am still surprised when I see swissfamily robinson treeshouse and the magic carpets...the carpets I only go on if it have already gone on EVERY ride in tthe park, and with all the walking I do for the trip, the last thing I want to do is walk up and down stairs and look at empty roms...just my 2 cents. I really feel the space, which is huge, can be used for something more entertaining.