I loudly second that
I loudly second that
I heard it is supposed to be one of the happiest places on earth. Stand for 45 minutes in a queue just to have a 2 minutes ride.
keep the children on the queue to take a photograph with a disney charecter for xxx hours / minutes. When I see a queue for almost any ride, I don't know how am I supposed to be happy?
Yes yes, they provide some kind of short-cut where you can register now and come back few hous late. But only for a few rides.
Even if i think about it, all I can remember is queues, leg pains and more queues
They're both beautiful cities, but rather exploited/boring/tragic, depending on which area you are in...
the Sphinx, i was expecting to be in awe but sadly not but suprised myself at how much i liked the pyramids and Karnack temple.... also found Abu Simbal overrated and crowded,,,,, aghhh what a nightmare.....lived Siwa and Dahab though....
don't agree about Prague being bad though, i think it depends on where you are staying and what you want though... though we only stayed a few days there before heading to Kutna Hora and Telc....
In defense of Disneyworld, I went for the first time when I was 19 with a few friends and LOVED it!
Surely it's got to be Stonehenge? Magnificant sight yes, but worth the 4 hour drive from London? not really.
Second on my list is "The Battle of Malta Experience" in Valletta, Malta. What promises to be the "most intense ride of your life" turns out to be maniquins with dodgy out of sync voice overs.
i love disneyland! i tear up everytime i enter, i guess you only feel that way when you have been going there since you were a kid, everywhere i look there is an awesome memory.
Miami is the most over hyped place I've ever been too. Even Collins Avenue was littered with some dangerous looking people in the day time let alone at night and this is one of the better areas. I just found it disapointing, some glitz sure enough but a large amount of sleaze, the worst one way system on earth, murderous traffic and none stop hi rise building along the sea front.
I agree that Stonehenge now is awful, you walk round a track too far away from the stones to really appreciate them, once again the beaurocrats have won, instead of sorting the vandalism they make it an overpriced waste of time to go there.It was great when it was open and free. The vast income they make from tourists goes where?
Now they are talking about puting the road through an expensive tunnel, the simple answer is to close it and divert traffic a few miles down and link to the existing main road. Save tourist attractions from National bodies, they all go the same way, excpensive and with restricted access.
The wharf in San Francisco is one of the biggest tourist traps I've ever been to in my life.