See The New 2-Park Maps Here
HERE'S THE FRONT:
WHEN FOLDED OPEN, YOU SEE DCA TO THE LEFT AND DL TO THE RIGHT
RESTAURANTS ARE NOW ALL ON ONE SIDE SEPARATE FROM THE ATTRACTIONS:
SAFETY TIPS, FASTPASS INFO, AND ANNUAL PASS INFO ALSO PROVIDED:
A LILO & STITCH LUAU IS COMING TO DCA:
A PREVIEW OF FLIK'S FUN FAIR:
LOOK MA ; NO WAND !!!:
NOTES: California Adventure is far out of scale. It is enlarged to make it look the same size as Disneyland.
Not Afraid, cemeinke, Techie7, and Stan4dSteph will be able to tell you more.
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06-15-2002 11:29 PM
Thanks for the links.
Is it me or does the Heimlich chew-chew train thing in Flik's look very, very short? It looks more like a shopping mall mini-train than a Casey Jr. Circus Train type experience.
And DCA looks HUGE compared to Disneyland. Why would anyone want to go to Disneyland when there is so much more to do at DCA?
Disneyland's tilted to the side... it used to be straight on, main street was parallel with the vertical folds of the map.
Didn't notice that before. You have to admit that at least the graphics for Disneyland look a lot better than the old map.
thanks for taking the time to post!
"Disneyland is the star, everything else is in the supporting role."
I think that flik area is going to be a flop because it looks like a kids playground. Disney needs to concentrate more on teens and adults in DCA. Get with the program here. I could of come up with something better then some dumb flik area. They could of used that land for better things. In my opinion DCA is a big fair. It even has the music. I just hope they get TOT right. Also putting in a Rock n Roll Roller coaster would be a huge addition to the park. Also they could still do that armageddon rollercoaster idea.
"I could of come up with something better then some dumb flik area."
Ahh,,..but could you come up with something so cheap and easily purchased off the shelf? Also, I've said it before, but that area is either A) not going to attract that many people, or B) create major traffic problems with that one entrance/exit. I know Pressler was not running the parks when Toontown first opened, in fact, I've heard he may have never even visited the park then, but does he not have advisors who where working in the park that year?
They tried that already. It didn't work. Now it's time to focus on the kiddies. Personally, I liked the original concept of a "characterless" park better.
Originally posted by Disneyfreak Disney needs to concentrate more on teens and adults in DCA.
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