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Old 11-27-2012, 05:36 AM   #11
navysaylorgirl
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Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Buffalo, NY
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Lion King. The building was originally an open-air theater, and constructed quickly when AK needed something as a placeholder while they decided what to do with Beastly Kingdom because Universal had unveiled something too similar. Now that we are getting Avatarland (cool, but I still want a Beastly Kingdom, with dragons and unicorns (Like in the parking lot)) Camp M/M will likely disappear in its entirety. All those buildings were done quickly and cheaply. Just look at the sinks in the rest rooms.
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1994-Disney's Dixie Landings Resort
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1997-Disney's All-Star Music Resort
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2001 (Thanksgiving)-Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge
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2007 (Memorial Day)-off property
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2012 (Christmas)-Port Orleans French Quarter
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