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I'm the opposite - Pandora did nothing for me. It still does nothing for me and if it weren't for Abby wanting to try the rides, I would skip it completely next month when we go. As a matter of fact, I'm skipping FoP anyway. The river ride I'll do with her only as I don't think it's fair to send her by herself on it.
Toy Story Land on the other hand I'm excited to see. I'm not thrilled with the lines I'm reading about but it'll be what it'll be when we get there. I can't wait to ride Slinky Dog. The Saucers I want to ride as well but I don't expect to love them and want to do them over and over (I have a feeling they may leave me dizzy because of the motion).
Merchandise and popcorn buckets can run out - I'm not seeing anything there that's a must have for us.
I'm looking forward to Toy Story Land. I want to ride Slinky Dog. We hope to go in 2020.
Not impressed with the pictures of Pandora. Will do it but just not excited.
As for Star Wars, not the least bit interested. I thought the first movie was stupid. I'm a Star Trek fan from the original tv show.
I agree. I'm one of the few people that hasn't seen any of the Star Wars movies and don't care too much the Star Wars Land in HS. Pandora doesn't do much for me either. However, on the next trip we will check out both and see if there is anything we will like there. Toy Story is more appealing for our family and looking forward to seeing that.
I wasn't surprised to see how long the waits were for either ride in ToyStory Land. It looks fun however I too wish there was another ride, we went to Disney May 17th of this year and I was just happy I didn't have to deal with the crowds. It is cute but its not making want to go to Disney again until next May. In fact I may not go and wait until May 2020.
Star Wars Land sounds very cool- however I am glad it will open late fall of 2019 because by the time we go in May 2020, the crowds hopefully be less. Can you tell I hate crowds? LOL
Kate in PA All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them- Walt Disney