June 10, 2007

Walts Dream

Disney Land is a place where dreams still come true, where young children are immersed in a world of fantasy. This is not an amusement park, the rides are about fantasy instead of terror. It's the traditional themes that still make Disney a unique destination.

The looks on children's faces as they stand in line for a ride says it all. They're bursting to get onto a ride and the excitement is infectious. Children of all ages, races and religion patiently wait in line, trying to figure out how many turns before they get on.

The Mad Tea Party is what finally gave me a personal connection with the park. A simple cup and saucer spinning around in colourful circles, with families and couples sitting inside spinning the wheel and making themselves dizzy. There were just as many teenagers on this ride as any other, enjoying some Disney inspired romance at the happiest place on earth.

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