If you could live in a scene or ride at WDW...

Discussion in 'Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies' started by meliss8599, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. wendy1974

    wendy1974 DIS Veteran

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    Mine would either be Haunted Mansion or Pirates of the Caribbean. In HM I love the ballroom scene and POC it would be the Auctioneer scene or the little Island at the beginning with the seagull:goodvibes
     
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  3. Dadof3Darlings

    Dadof3Darlings Earning My Ears

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    EPCOT. If I won enough money in the lottery, and my kids were raised and out on their own, I would buy a space in one of the WS buildings, say, maybe in the Italian pavilion, with the understanding that I could come and go around the park as I pleased, but could never actually leave the park itself...lol.
     
  4. meliss8599

    meliss8599 DIS Veteran

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    :confused3 Where/which locale are you talking about?
     
  5. Bradsdadg

    Bradsdadg Can someone give my party from Saturn a ring?

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    Probably Spaceship Earth, the Renaissance!
     
  6. hunter1722

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    Haunted Mansion hands down
     
  7. hmschlmomof2

    hmschlmomof2 Earning My Ears

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    I think I would have to choose Peter Pan. There's something so peaceful about that ride, just flying over London. One of the classics, one of my fave's.
    On second thought, maybe RNRC. I LOVE Aerosmith!:worship:
     
  8. tinkaholic35

    tinkaholic35 Earning My Ears

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    Haunted Mansion or the Hollywood Tower Hotel Two of my favorite attractions.
     
  9. harpinjean

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    I would also want to live in the farmhouse from the Living with the Land ride. It looks so peaceful and cozy. :lovestruc
     
  10. d1gitman

    d1gitman Mad About The Mouse!

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    I changed my mind...i want to live inside a WDW popcorn cart popcorn::
     
  11. kmk1180

    kmk1180 "Today's a good day to Win a Trip to Disney World.

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    :lmao:Except for the creepy people with mousears staring down into your bedroom window everyday.

    My choice has to Swiss Family Tree House.
    It's the only place with a bed, (though I would need to add a plasma tv.)
    View of the fireworks
    Plus there's hardly ever anyone there especially at night. :rotfl:
     
  12. harpinjean

    harpinjean DIS Veteran

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    It's okay, we are used to them. They are an indigenous group of people. They are very curious about other people, but most of them are harmless. Once in a while they have a melt down because of the heat or other people (including their own little ones) but mostly they are okay. ::MickeyMo::MickeyMo::MickeyMo::MickeyMo
     
  13. vampirechick

    vampirechick Mouseketeer

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    i say the buzz lightyear that talks before u get in the space car :goodvibes
     
  14. goodfood4ursoul

    goodfood4ursoul DIS Veteran

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    :lmao:
    We love the "feel" of it too :rotfl:
    We live on a farm and have all that stuff all the time, goats, dogs, chickens & cats too... it's a great environment to raise a family in, but it takes a lot of work :laundy: to keep it all growing healthy! :goodvibes

    I mean someone has to get up when it's 20 degrees or less out at odd hours and look for pregnant goats dropping (giving birth) their kids... but the kids are so cute :lovestruc, it's usually worth the lack of sleep, dirt and cold

    Farms are fun to visit and good for building character :thumbsup2

    Where I would live is in Typhoon Lagoon, in Castaway Creek... just floating along on the river, enjoying the water, the mist, the trees, the waterfall :cloud9: ahhhhh


     
  15. W.E.D.

    W.E.D. Haunted Mansion junkie

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    OP, what a great thread! It's been awesome reading everyones choices.

    For a ride, hand down Haunted Mansion!

    For a scene or area, it would have to be inside the Mexico Pavillion. I think they did such a great job with that.
     
  16. saintfan

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    Does driving the monorail count. Scene- main st. during MNSSHP.:goofy:
     
  17. meliss8599

    meliss8599 DIS Veteran

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    BUMP - I love reading everyone's posts :goodvibes
     
  18. Jedi

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    upstairs at imagination or the odyssey
     
  19. lovealatte

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    for a ride.. the TTA! I could stay on that for hours. :cloud9: It also has great views of the castle!

    In DHS, ToT.. that would be so fun. Or how about the great movie ride.. hooray for hollywood :upsidedow

    As for an area, possibly one of the "upstairs" parts of the buildings on main street. That would be sweet.
     
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    Monorail Fan:) Disney Dude

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  21. SDSorority

    SDSorority Traumatized by Magic Journeys and Haunted Mansion

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    the rainforest scene in the land- I LOVE THAT.
     

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