Well, today's main Editoral Section, which normally has three Editorals from the paper, and then multiple opinions and comments from outsdie sources and readers today focused on the Disneyland Resort (the third was Amusement Parks in General and the need to re-think bottled water "Greener Tourist Spots", and I will place a link at the lounge since it is more about the enviromnetal issue instead of the parks.
But getting to the main topic of this thread, here is a link to the editorial...
The ttile is "Disney, we are not amused" and has some very strong language in regards to what Disney delivered with DCA.
Here is just one paragraphMuch more at the link.
When the park opened seven years ago, its deficits were clear even to the children who visited. One fabulous ride -- "Soarin' Over California" -- was buttressed by a small array of standard county-fair attractions, albeit given a Disney gloss: the ubiquitous flume ride, a Wild Mouse coaster, centrifugal-force swings, a giant Ferris wheel. Compared with Disneyland, where delights are tucked into every corner, California Adventure seemed barren, low on rides and big on restaurants and souvenir shops. Mainly, it seemed as if the Imagineers had taken the day off to go to Knott's Berry Farm.