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Hey there fellow LanaBoardians!

 

I don't know if there was already a thread dedicated to that specific topic, but I thought it'd be an amazing idea for the Disneyheads of LanaBoards to discuss their love for, and also, share their experiences with Disney Parks across the world. From Disneyland to Walt Disney World, Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland Paris and Disney Parks in both Hong Kong and Shanghai; let's discuss!  :D


Mais les vrais voyageurs sont ceux-là seuls qui partent. Pour partir, coeurs légers, semblables aux ballons. De leur fatalité jamais ils ne s'écartent. Et, sans savoir pourquoi, disent toujours : Allons !

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I love disneyland!! I don’t know that I would consider myself a disneyhead bc I don’t really know much about anything, I just have happy memories from visits w my family :’)

 

Sad about all the changes being made tho (pirates ride, splash mountain, tower of terror) soon it’s just not going to be the same. I don’t know what they’re thinking doing that with some of their most famous and beloved rides


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Sad about all the changes being made tho (pirates ride, splash mountain, tower of terror) soon it’s just not going to be the same. I don’t know what they’re thinking doing that with some of their most famous and beloved rides

What are they doing with them?

Never been, never will (fuck Disney!), just curious!


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i loved going to disneyland when i was a kid– when my family moved to the u.s. we lived in orange county and it was first place my dad took me when we arrived. daisy duck was also my imaginary friend (lol). i haven't been in maybe 8-10 years, something like that? will def go again, prob more than once, in my lifetime– amusement parks are such a trip and a very particular experience which i love– very surreal– but i'm not a rollercoaster person and disney has a lot of ride options for my bitch ass  :hooker:  i went to disneyworld once as a kid but have more memories of disneyland, which i went to semi-frequently since we lived two hours away from it. i saw all the disney movies growing up and adored them, esp alice in wonderland and sleeping beauty, but i think pocahantas was the last disney animated film i saw (i really love the older, hand drawn animation). disney has a complicated (to put it mildly) history but as a strange, beautiful, surreal place disneyland (and some of the older disney stuff from childhood) will always be close to my heart.

 

i know they're changing the splash mountain ride in part (maybe entirely? not sure) because of the film that the ride is based on, song of the south. if you're interested there's a season of the podcast you must remember this that just explores this film and it's crazy racist origins, it's v interesting. 

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