Friday, March 1, 2013

A Little Mermaid is Much More At Home In Florida

A Little Mermaid is Much More At Home In Florida

I'm one of those people who have been to both Disney Land and Disney World. The difference? Oddly enough not much but at the same time a lot. It's almost as if you've stepped into a parallel universe, String theory all up in this bitch, if you know what I mean.

Mainly because things are the same, yet they're slightly different. In some cases it's not as cool as it is in LAND as it is in WORLD. In other cases, it's a lot better in LAND. The pirates ride in WORLD for example actually looks a lot more unique in the line area. But the ride suffers because of the fact that Florida is at sea level, so you only have one drop.

Same with the Haunted Mansion. That elevator ride is actually the ceiling stretching. There's one thing new in Disney that doesn't suck in Florida as it does in Orange County. The Little Mermaid Ride. Don't get me wrong, it's one of those terribly condensed story kiddy rides that you'd find in fantasy land. But at least the Florida version has a line and scenery that isn't just a previously built for Whoopi Goldberg building.

Take a look

Don't the stuff in the line look really fun and well worth enjoying? The California Adventure version is just that really short and really oddly summed up Little Mermaid storyline and I have no idea who could be satisfied with that.

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