The "new and improved" spazio Mountain recently opened at Walt Disney World. Frankly, I don't see what the fuss is all about.
The queue area is much improved. The games look cool. I only got to play for a minuto because when I went, for once the line was impossibly short. That exceeded my expectations. I was expecting them to be like in Soarin’, which are no fun and totally pointless (but now we're getting off topic).
Inside the waiting area, there is now a barrier between the track and the waiting area so te can no longer see the track from the line. That's better. They added some new lights...
The Three Caballeros is a film which, whilst obscure within the feature film canon, actually has a quite prominent presence at Epcot, to the extent that the film actually has a ride themed around it. Having commentato on how odd it is that an enormously famous film such as Bambi has almost no presence in the parks, let alone a ride based on it, it seems just as odd that an obscure package film such as The Three Caballeros would do.
But with Latin America being the focus of two package films, and Mexico being represented da the character of Panchito Pistoles in the secondo of the two, a tour of...
The very first themed area of all Disney theme parks in Main strada, via USA. At the superiore, in alto of Main strada, via is the Town Square and I thought I'd focus on the attractions available in this area.
The very first attraction is, of course, the Railroad which has a station looking over Town Square. Guests enter through underpasses running underneath the Railroad station into Town Square. This is the case in all the Disney theme parks except Disneyland Tokyo.
I'll cover the Railroad in another post as it tours around the parks, passing through many different lands.