I've paid that thing well off by now and the trips I take btw/August and October when the pass ends will all be icing.So what do the blackouts do to your return on investment/payoff of your membership?
It's a mix of all of those.I'm sure you've explained it. Sorry, I do read all your posts. The Disney parks are great.
But the reason you can't go for a while... Job situation, Dad situation, or Disney Pass situation?
People are still going there, they're just all stuck on the 405.I wish this was the case at Disney World.
When Disneyland Resort's $1billion Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land opened last month, park-goers braced themselves for gigantic queues. But they never materialised...www.dailymail.co.uk
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Hopefully when Star Wars Land opens in late August it will relieve some of the crowds in other parts of the World.
When I was in Toy Story Land a few months ago it was still packed...like annoyingly packed so I left...and it's been open for at least over a year by now.
From what I gather Disneyland is more of a local park so the blackout I'm powering through right now (like a true hero) has way more of an impact over there. Makes sense too. If I live in like Germany or somewhere really far away and decide to take a trip to Disney, I'm going to Disney World. It's so much bigger with so much more to do it's more of an all-inclusive vacation spot.
Hah I just saw that story. Crazy. Happy to see she got a lifetime Disney ban. Disney is for magic, not shenanigans.The 5 has much worse traffic than the 405. A widening project has been underway for several years on the section of freeway from Santa Fe Springs to Buena Park. CalTrans could make the freeway 20 lanes in each direction and traffic would still be bumper-to-bumper.
Walt Disney World has banned this Chicago woman for life. That's what she gets for thinking the Tower of Terror is a B.Y.O.T. (Bring Your Own Terror) attraction.
A Disney World tourist didn't have a FastPass to Tower of Terror, so she punched an employee in the face and started pressing buttons
A Disney World tourist didn’t have a FastPass to Tower of Terror, so she punched an employee and started pressing buttonsThe Hollywood Studios attack began July 13 when a Chicago woman and her group were upset their FastPasses weren’t valid at Tower of Terror.www.orlandosentinel.com