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Other. Multiple answers
) Way too expensive for such limited feaatures
) Too far to travel to attend - it would require several days, and that means all sorts of logistics to be sure the animals are fed and watered.
) I have other issues with the business practices of Disney going back for decades, to where I refuse to spend any of my hard-earned dollars.
) Six Flags over Texas is only 350 miles away, compared to well over 1,500 and 1,800 miles to either Disney theme park, and I haven't been to Six Flags in about 35 years.
) and I haven't really made any more plans to do any more traveling these days for other things, either. Too many things that I have to tend here to be away for more than about 48 hours.
Big crowds, really long lines, insufficient restrooms, etc. - another reason to stay away, even pre-pandemic.
As I get older I get far less tolerant of needless long lines and silly stuff like that, and tend to avoid patronizing such places.
Just nope. That article just helps reinforce my aversion to such situations and places.
His $40,000 French Laundry restaurant bill with a $2,100 tip didn’t help.
I thought that kind of thing was just par for the course out there. Kind of like how Mayor Daley of Chicago could always bring in the cemetery vote.
Six Flags over Georgia is slightly closer than Texas! I've been to both and was born and raised only a 40 minute drive from Disney World and currently live about 1 hour away for Tokyo Disney Land!
I wouldn’t go either, but the cost for limited rides seems like too much.
It’s more fun when someone has young children, if they can afford it.
There were a lot of dead voters in the last election. Over 100% of eligible voters, that kind of thing. Yet the winners don’t seem the least bit concerned.
What is Tokyo Disney like?
Tokyo Disney Land is an exact replica of the center of Disney World (without the surrounding attractions) and Disney Land in Anaheim, CA. Signs are in English and Japanese but it's basically the same. Cinderella's Castle, Space Mountain, Thunder Mountain, House of Horror, It's a Small World, etc. and even the trams are all exact replicas.
And just next door to Tokyo Disney Land, they have Tokyo Disney Sea! https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/tds/