I sacrificed a vacation day and a hard-earned $159 to stand in line for 3½ hours to experience a five-minute ride on “Avatar Flight of Passage.” The safari train ride had a wait time of more than two hours. For an extra $22, we had the option to “jump the line,” but it was not available for either ride.
Opinion | No magic in this visit to a Disney theme park – The Washington Post
I’m shocked to hear that the theme park was expensive and crowded.
Boggles my mind when I read people complain about these sorts of places. “There were too many children!” Really? Adults are welcome to enjoy whatever theme parks they like, but come on! They are made for kids and to part their parents from lots of money.