Epcot's biggest fan
- Sep 19, 2003
I hope in 2012 we hope Finding Nemo!
ITA that Disney needs to be less girly. You won't find anyone who'd like to see it get less girly than I.as I stated earlier, I think it's Great that they are thinking of BOYS a little bit more, and including CARS. everything is so GIRL orientated. (and you shouldn't have to pay EXTRA to get a room themed for boys)
but, I agree that CBR should have stayed away from animation themes, and just kept to a caribbean theme, leave the cartoons for the values. but, if you're going to switch to more child-orientated themes, pirates shouldn't cost more than nemo.
I think many parents of boys agree that it's about time disney recognized boys, as well as girls. once boys get beyond age 6 or 7, disney doesn't cater much to them. (LOVE the car stunt show!)
I also agree about the "classic" characters..mickey, minnie, donald, etc.
boys would also like more about the incredibles. sometimes it seems like the poor boys are just "along for the ride" for little sister's "princess" experience.(OR "fairy: experience)
Here's the layout of ASMU suites: http://www.mousesavers.com/allstarmusicsuites.htmlas far as ASMu sleeping 6. you have a double bed in the bedroom. a double pull out in the living room and a chair and ottoman that turns inot a small bed also in the living room, right? or am I wrong?
maybe the one I saw had only one bed in the bedroom cause they requested a king (maybe). are there ususally 2 beds in the bedroom? (that would seem crowded to me).
where does the 6th person sleep?
I'm so confused!!!
thanks! so one person sleeps on the pull out chair, and one on a convertible ottoman? seems like it would be more like a cot. I would imagine big enough only for a small child?Here's the layout of ASMU suites: http://www.mousesavers.com/allstarmusicsuites.html
Your post definitely didn't come off as hostile or mean. I understand your frustration. I would love to have seen the other POP finished as well. I loved reading about the early 1900s, but I think it makes me sense to do something a lot more people are familiar with.I've got to agree with the others who are less than thrilled with this. As much as I love The Lion King and would want to stay in one of those rooms, I hate that they couldn't have just finished the Legendary Years instead of essentially doing a sequel to All Star Movies. I just don't get the common argument against finishing Pop, that "nobody who lived in those decades is alive anymore." Uh, yes they are, plus it would be just as interesting, if not more so, for people who didn't live then. (I know nobody in this thread said that yet, but it comes up a lot and I don't think it justifies the decision to abandon the Legendary Years.)
That said, there definitely are some pluses to this new hotel, one of the biggest ones being, as others have said, it does more in the way of catering to families with boys and non-girly girls. (Just as an example, when I was younger, I would have loved to see less focus on the princesses, and that was back before they had taken over everything as much as they have now.) I don't think it's a bad concept by any means; I just think it would have been better executed in a different area (perhaps added on to All Star Movies?) so that Pop could finally be finished. Also, I'm quite curious as to the fate of the bridge. Even though it doesn't go with the theming of Art of Animation, I think it would be good to leave it as sort of a tribute to what could have been...
I hope none of this message is taken as mean or hostile, as that wasn't my intention at all. I just feel that Disney isn't necessarily making a bad choice, but may be going about it in not quite the right way. Just my opinion.