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    Jessica

    This is just my opinion, since I’ve been going to the park since it opened. I’ve watched the park grown and change over the years, and I can say that it’s definitely getting better; however, compared to Disneyland, I find that California Adventure just lacks….something. The Little Mermaid dark ride is a fantastic addition to the park, as is WoC, but I’m waiting for Cars Land to debut and blow me away. This is just how I feel about the park, as it sits right across from the original House of Mouse.

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    Majik9

    “California Adventure. In my honest opinion, there’s not TOO much to do.” Are you kidding?
    It’s Tough to be a Bug & Jim Henson’s Muppet Vision 3D are both great 3d shows. Turtle Talk with Crush is great. For thrill rides: California Screamin’, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and Mickey’s Fun Wheel (moving carts). Toy Story Mania and Soarin may be the best 2 all around family rides you can find at any amusement park anywhere! The New Goofy’s Sky School and The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure both look great. The Aladdin show is good and finally, The World of Color is unbelievable!

    Having lived in Orlando for 7 years I am very aware that most of these are also at DW and the DW versions are generally better but to say there’s not too much to do is just false. I didnt even touch on the Silly Symphony Swings, Grizzly River Run, or Cars Land that will open next year.

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    Jessica

    Thank you very much! I’m working hard to try to get to where I want to be 🙂 I see some other college students and how they write, and I’m usually left confused because it’s so terrible! What in the world were their teachers doing for 12 years?

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    Melissa

    Thanks, Jessica — this is so very helpful. And, speaking as a college professor who teaches, among other things, professional writing, I think you have a bright career in PR ahead of you! — Melissa

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