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Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
Oh boy.  Now you can go on Disney rides in the comfort of your own easy chair.  It's not quite like how I remember clambering around on Tom Sawyer Island when I was a kid growing up near Disneyland, and my parents would drop me off with a pocket full of ride tickets at the front park gate on a Saturday morning and tell me to return there to be picked up again at 5pm...
https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/ne...932473001/

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John
#2

Super Moderator
And in an effort to make your virtual experience even more life-like, I offer the following picture which was taken on a slow day Smile

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#3

Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
(03-28-2020, 08:30 PM)HoosierShave Wrote: And in an effort to make your virtual experience even more life-like, I offer the following picture which was taken on a slow day Smile

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Indeed. Fortunately it was never like that in 1958.

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John
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Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Thankfully, I have not been to Disneyland in many years, and I live only about 90 miles south of it.  The first time I went was truly magical and, unlike John (churchilllafemme), I was already an adult.  However, each subsequent visit lost something.  The ticket system (A-E, and everyone hoarded those E tickets Winking) went away, the crowds got untenable, and the cost became outrageous.  I am thankful for my first visit in 1975 but have no desire to go back.  Truly, big business has taken over and the magic in the Magic Kingdom is gone.Sad

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