Re: Sadly Disneyland Weeds Out The Obsolete
- From: "Marcia R." <Marcia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2009 15:26:26 -0800
James Langdell wrote:
On Jan 25, 12:36 pm, "Marcia R." <Mar...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sally wrote:On Jan 24, 9:45 pm, Robert Cohen <robtco...@xxxxxxx> wrote:I was going to use that free birthday pass to go to Disneyland onhttp://cityguides.msn.com/citylife/article.aspx?cp-documentid=5317443...The House of the Future still looks like the House of the Future...
I visited in summer of 1962, and IT'S A SMALL WORLD sticks in memory
like dielicious peanut butter
Didn't get to take-in the nearby KNOTTS WALLY WORLD, before WALLY'S
infamous gift to France & awarding of le prix gross, while the
subsequent movie gets a finger up
Tuesday, however both Small World and the Haunted Mansion are closed for
maintenance, and the park closes early in the winter, so it wasn't worth
the expense to go back to Los Angeles just to save one admission. :-(
It's a better deal for people with summer birthdays.
Marcia, perhaps they're in the process of merging the Small World and
Haunted Mansion attractions. That would be sort of like an old SNL
sketch where the boats stalled in Small World and one visitor after
another met a bad end, while the dolls of the world chanted threats
like "Three down, four to go".
I think I missed that sketch, but it sounds funny.