gerstlaueringvar wrote:They should sell alcohol near It’s A Small World.
They should let you smoke a blunt in the designated smoking areas.
Get a THC e-cig in fruit or another neutral scent/flavor.
This is why we don’t get nice things. It is not legal to partake in these things in public.
I wasn't suggesting that people use drugs. I was just suggesting that if you want to use nicotine, alcohol, marijuana or other drugs in public, that courtesy is key. Your habit shouldn't blow into other people's faces, smell up the place or affect other people. I am not putting you down for your comments but just clarifying my position on the matter.
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Hey all! Just got back from the Disneyland Resort yesterday. There are LOTS of scrims and construction walls around the resort, even downtown Disney is not immune.
Of course the Matterhorn is still closed, and yes, they are doing some welding and track work as we noticed flashing lights and noises coming from the tunnels at night. The scrims cover up the queue side of the mountain.
They also have the left side of the castle completely walled off aside from the poor little donut stand.
About 1/4th of Adventureland is walled off to refurb the Tiki Room and build the new restaurant.
There is one building on mainstreet covered with tarps as well.
At DCA, they now have scrims traveling the entire walkway from Bugs Land entrance near the Pier until Cars Land. People were stopping to take photos near the Stark Industries logos. And the scrims are also near the other entrance to bugs land by Guardians.
There were additional scrims in Pixar Pier around the carousel and where the new inside out ride will eventually be.
And the Art of Animation building was also covered in construction tarps.
I think there are more that I am missing. I will say that my GP boyfriend didn't really notice the scrims as much as me, and he said they didn't detract from the experience. I will say that there is a ton of construction happening there right now, but it's slow season so that's to be expected.
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