In Disney Parks, everyones favourite fairy is usually Tinkerbell because of how attractive she is, however, I noticed that in Disneyland, Vidia is actually prettier than Tinkerbell. If you don't believe me, go look on Vidia's page on this wiki and on Tinkerbell's page, and tell me that Vidia isn't more beautiful than Tinkerbell. I'd marry her if I could, except I don't know whether or not humans are allowed to marry fairies.
My 1st favorite part is the stone age with the shaman
My 2nd part is the roman roads
my 3rd favorite part is the movie age with snow white in the jeremy iorn's version
my 4th favorite part is the comupter age, in the jeremy iorn's version it's a computer video chat with jason and kikko.
my 5th favorite part is planet earth in the planetarium version.
4 it's a small world
3 plaza inn
2 pirates of the carribean
what's your top 5 favorites
my favorite place in tomorrowland is space mountain and star tours. What's your favorite?
Happy 50th Anniversary, Walt Disney World!
When conceived, Disney's Animal Kingdom was to focus on three broad classifications of animals: those that exist in today's reality; those that did exist but are now extinct (i.e., dinosaurs); and those that only exist in the realm of fantasy. The original design for Animal Kingdom included a themed section called the Beastly Kingdom (possibly spelled as "Beastly Kingdomme"), devoted to creatures of legend and mythology. Camp Minnie-Mickey was built instead of Beastly Kingdom and was meant to serve as a temporary placeholder until Beastly Kingdom could be built.
Beastly Kingdom was to feature mythical animals such as unicorns, dragons, and sea monsters, featuring realms of both good and evil creatures:
The evil side was to be dominated b…
1 I've been to spaceship earth
2 I've been to universe of energy
3 I've been to the living seas
4 I've been to the land
5 I've been to imagination pavilion
My Favorite Parade in Magic Kingdom is SpecroMagic
What's Your Favorite Parade in the Magic Kingdom.
In the begining of soarin I see the golden gate bridge and the forest with boats with fishermens. I see a Hot Air Balloons in the feilds in California and I see the Pacific Ocean. In the snowly mountains ski people are sliding down from the mountain and I see the view. Then a waterfall must be when the hang glider with a rainbow fabric. And Then the aquaduct of golf course, the orange trees, the desert mountains and the air force. The ocean surfers are surfing to the beach. Finally LA Citys are lighted up, and Disneyland too striking fireworks shooting to the sky, in the end it's over it was so awsome that i love it.
When I was 6 years old I have been on a Train to Rafiki's Planet Watch. I was went to a jungle that i see rafiki from the lion king. I was went to the petting zoo and conservation station. I've meet Rafiki for the first time. I see a wall of animals, and that's how i've been there.
It's the Circle of Life.
My Favorite ride in the Magic Kingdom is It's a Small World.
My Favorite ride in Epcot is Spacehip Earth.
My Favorite ride in Animal Kingdom is Expedition Exverst.
My Favorite ride in MGM/Hollywood Studios is The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
My Favorite ride in Disneyland is Star Tours.
My Favorite ride in DCA is Soarin.
Once Upon a Time there was a new attraction in the 60's called it's a small world, luckly there was first the arctic canada and scandinavia. Next in Europe is the British isles France Germany Italy Greace Spain Swiss Netherlands and Denmark. Then in Asia There's Russia India Israel China Japan Thailand Taiwan Phillppines and Singapore. In Africa There's Egypt African Savanah African Jungle and Festive Dancers. Up Next is South America The Tropics And North America. FInally a happy ending begins people are so happy and cheer with all the countries, and they all lived happily ever.
Spaceship earth was a slow attraction, to ride in it you take small children by the hand and watch your step on the platform, the platforn is in the some speed as a time machine vehicles. The Time machine doors will close automaticly you must remain seated with your arms and legs inside the ride at all time, during the ride it has been sence the dawn of recording history at the promise of tomorrow. In the beginning there was act 1, those histories are the Stone Age, Egypt, Phoenician alphabet, Greek, Roman Empire, Islam, Monks,and The Renaissance. Next is act 2, there is a new era of communication, there's the newspaper, telegram, telephone, radio, and TV, and also computers made by steve jobs. finally act 3 you see earth in the epcot ball…
Which ride did you love that got closed down at any of the parks?
Here's my fan-made Top 6 of Attractions and Lands That I Would Love to See at Walt Disney World in the Future that I hope you would be interested to look at.
6. I would love if the Beauty and the Beast-themed stage show at Hollywood Studios would be closed down and replaced into a 3D IMAX simulator ride based on Cartoon Network shows (if Disney would acquire the attraction rights of CN from Turner and even though I know the that CN is currently a rival of the Disney Channels).
5. I would love if Disney would acquire the rights to use those Richard Scarry's storybook franchise to translate it into a theme land for Magic Kingdom park. Maybe it would be located next door to fantasyland if that happens.
4. I would love if Disney would ever shut…
Since Disney has attractions that are based on properties that are not created/owned by Disney (e.g. Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at Hollywood Studios, the upcoming Avatar-themed land at Animal Kingdom, etc.) at their theme parks, then what if Disney would also think of getting the licenses to use other cartoons and animated films that are not made by Disney and/or Pixar and turn them as lands, attractions, rides, shows, etc. to thier parks at some point? What would you think of that?