Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

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Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Fantasy Land
2
8%
Frontier Land
1
4%
Adventure Land
4
17%
Tomorrow Land
5
21%
Critter Country/Bear Country
0
No votes
New Orleans Square
11
46%
Toon Town
0
No votes
Main Street
1
4%
 
Total votes: 24

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Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Sparten » Aug Wed 17, 2011 2:14 pm

If DLR only had one of its 7 lands Which one would you want to stay in? (eight if you include Main Street)


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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by elizabethswann » Aug Wed 17, 2011 3:02 pm

I could spend hours in New Orleans Square no matter what. I just like the feeling I get whenever I walk through it.

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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Amy » Aug Wed 17, 2011 3:54 pm

elizabethswann wrote:I could spend hours in New Orleans Square no matter what. I just like the feeling I get whenever I walk through it.
New Orleans Square is a neat little place, but I usually try to get out of there as fast as possible since it always seems to bottleneck up in that area ~ too many people :shock:

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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Sparten » Aug Wed 17, 2011 6:08 pm

^ ya its a bit small but still fun.
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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by mindflipper » Aug Wed 17, 2011 7:47 pm

As New Orleans Square has the POTC, the HM, Blue Bayou - how can anyone visit DLR and pass up going to NOS?

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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Sparten » Aug Thu 18, 2011 1:58 am

I don't know but I've always had the adventurous spirit and Adventure land provides that activity and charm for me :D
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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by mindflipper » Aug Thu 18, 2011 9:18 am

Sparten wrote:I don't know but I've always had the adventurous spirit and Adventure land provides that activity and charm for me :D
...and a bit of exhaustion as you walk and walk and walk through the queue to the Indiana Jones TOFE, and then walk and walk and walk all the way back...

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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Sparten » Aug Thu 18, 2011 12:19 pm

I dont mind it Personally also considering the fact That I never use the Standby line for that ride :D other wise I see your point
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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Amy » Aug Thu 18, 2011 1:13 pm

Sparten wrote:I dont mind it Personally also considering the fact That I never use the Standby line for that ride :D other wise I see your point
I was so sad when they removed the single rider for Indy. I think I only went on it one time since then and I waited for over an hour in the stand-by line. FP were all gone so stand-by was the only option :(

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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Sparten » Aug Thu 18, 2011 2:20 pm

Amy wrote:
Sparten wrote:I dont mind it Personally also considering the fact That I never use the Standby line for that ride :D other wise I see your point
I was so sad when they removed the single rider for Indy. I think I only went on it one time since then and I waited for over an hour in the stand-by line. FP were all gone so stand-by was the only option :(
AW man! ya the only way to get a really good fastpass for indy is to get it when the park first opens. at around 10 A.M. the Lines for the Indy Fastpass kick in and at that point your in trouble.
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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by Amy » Aug Thu 18, 2011 6:44 pm

Sparten wrote:
Amy wrote:
Sparten wrote:I dont mind it Personally also considering the fact That I never use the Standby line for that ride :D other wise I see your point
I was so sad when they removed the single rider for Indy. I think I only went on it one time since then and I waited for over an hour in the stand-by line. FP were all gone so stand-by was the only option :(
AW man! ya the only way to get a really good fastpass for indy is to get it when the park first opens. at around 10 A.M. the Lines for the Indy Fastpass kick in and at that point your in trouble.
That was the first time I waited longer than the posted stand-by time. I actually had only gone in the line thinking that the posted time was going to be off since Disney usually over-states the wait time so people are happy when they get through sooner than expected. Probably wouldn't do that again...

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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by flyer32 » Aug Thu 18, 2011 6:50 pm

Personally I really like Adventureland....it is my favorite land in the park!!!
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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by elizabethswann » Aug Fri 19, 2011 4:07 pm

Amy wrote:
elizabethswann wrote:I could spend hours in New Orleans Square no matter what. I just like the feeling I get whenever I walk through it.
New Orleans Square is a neat little place, but I usually try to get out of there as fast as possible since it always seems to bottleneck up in that area ~ too many people :shock:
Yeah, that is the downfall of the area especially when Fantasmic gets ready. I do everything I can to avoid that area during that time.

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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by horizons1 » Aug Fri 19, 2011 5:18 pm

Tomorrowland could keep me busy for a while, so could Fantasyland.
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Re: Which DLR Land Would you choose to always visit?

Post by mindflipper » Aug Fri 19, 2011 8:00 pm

elizabethswann wrote:
Amy wrote:
elizabethswann wrote:I could spend hours in New Orleans Square no matter what. I just like the feeling I get whenever I walk through it.
New Orleans Square is a neat little place, but I usually try to get out of there as fast as possible since it always seems to bottleneck up in that area ~ too many people :shock:
Yeah, that is the downfall of the area especially when Fantasmic gets ready. I do everything I can to avoid that area during that time.
But even with that...you have to admit, you can't visit the park and totally skip NOS altogether?

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