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    Magic kingdom

    by heitzenrater Updated Dec 20, 2004
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    Flagship park for all of Walt Disney World, The Magic Kingdom has a wonderful mix of timeless classics and new thrills. A favorite amongst the youngsters, this park is obligatory for any Disney World neophyte, and is full of traditional Disney rides and landscapes. This home of Cinderella's Castle is picturesque, yet can be placed as second or third to visit for those that are looking for rides with greater thrills.

    Attractions;

    FantasyLand

    Cinderella's Castle
    It's A Small World
    Peter Pan's Flight
    Cinderella's Carousel
    Legend of the Lion King
    Dumbo Flying Elephants
    Snow White's Adventures

    TomorrowLand

    Time Keeper
    Space Mountain
    Alien Encounter
    TomorrowLand Speedway
    Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger
    Astro Orbiter
    Carousel of Progress

    Mainstreet USA

    Electrical Parade
    FrontierLand
    Splash Mountain
    Big Thunder Railroad
    Tom Sawyer Island
    Country Bear Jamboree
    Diamond Horseshoe
    AdventureLand
    Swiss Family TreeHouse
    Jungle Cruise
    Pirates of the Caribbean
    Tikki Birds

    Liberty Square

    Hall of Presidents
    Liberty Belle River Boat
    Haunted Mansion

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    Couldn't you just DIE?! More photos from...

    by Hexepatty Updated Sep 22, 2003

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    SPLENDID CHINA! Yeah, I took lots. ANd just uncovered them tonite. Lucky you. I remember my mom being excited at first, and quickly bored later. She had already been to Mainland China, so she was quick to relay it was fairly authentic, if small... DId I mention SPlendid China is all MINATURES of the Greatest Sights in all of China!?!

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    I know. You know... MORE... Splendid China...

    by Hexepatty Updated Sep 22, 2003

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    You love it. Admit it. We saw so many sights, and the best part: the park was EMPTY. No One Was there! Can't say that about MGM or Disney.... Or Universal or Sea Life Park. Yup... Splendid China is UNCROWDED, folks. No SARS, Cheaper, Clean, Uncrowded and Close to Home if you are in the US. They speak English and us US Currency!!

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    And yet again!

    by Hexepatty Updated Sep 22, 2003

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    And if the Mosquetos don't bite you, you could get sun burn and get cancer. But Seriously... I think you would like Splendid China. It is better than Walt Disney's EPCOT CHina pavillion. Many folks from China work here and you get the sense it is really authentic. The Live Performances were great. They are from China on an exchange program!

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    Wow... more photos of SPLENDID CHINA

    by Hexepatty Updated Sep 22, 2003

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    You won't get SARS, but you COULD get West Nile if a Mosquito bites you. Hmmm.. Splendid China doesn't cost as much as Disney or Sea World, but it also doesn't have rides and it's not that large. But there is lots of live entertainment and historcial content!

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  • Do not see florida splindid china!!!

    by freetibet Written Aug 3, 2003

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    We are protesting the inclusion of religious exhibits because there is no freedom to practice religion in China. The use of these symbols of religious thought and expression after the brutal treatment of religions and religious people by the communist government should be pointed-out. Although economic reform has been made, no such relaxation of the heavy-handed manipulations in religious matters from the communist party are in sight. If anything during the last year, the pressure on religion has increased.

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    Maharajah Jungle Trek

    by Helga67 Updated Jul 8, 2003

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    Giant Fruit bat

    Explore the mystical Anandapur Royal Forest, and wander through the ruins of an ancient palace inhabited by beautiful and exotic animals, like giant fruit bats, birds, tapirs, komodo dragons and tigers.

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    Kali River Rapids

    by Helga67 Written Jul 8, 2003

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    Animal Kingdom

    Do you REALLY wanna get soaked, okay, this is the attraction not to be missed!
    A white-water rafting adventure down the turbulent waters of the Chakranadi River. Do it on a sunny day, so you have time to dry up :-)

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    Kilimanjara Safaris

    by Helga67 Written Jul 8, 2003

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    Animal Kingdom

    Never had the opportunity to do a real safari in Kenya, well here is your chance. Experience an exciting expedition through an African savannah in an open-air safari bus and see animals like giraffes, gazelles, elephants, rhinos and lions freely roam the acres of land, rivers and rocky hills.

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    Discovery Island

    by Helga67 Written Jul 8, 2003

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    Tree of Life

    This island lies in the middle of Animal Kingdom and is your departure point for excursions into the different realms of the park.
    On the island you will find "The Tree of Life", the symbol of Animal Kingdom. This awe-inspiring masterpiece stands 14 stories tall and includes a swirling tapestry of over 325 animal images. It is just wonderful!
    In the root system of the tree, you can watch "It's Tough to be a Bug" It's a 3-D show where you can see life from an insect's point of view. Go and watch it, it was a great show!

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    Playhouse Disney

    by Helga67 Written Jun 29, 2003

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    Playhouse

    Especially for the smaller kids, there's Playhouse Disney - Live on Stage. This imaginative, musical live stage show will have your kids singing, dancing and playing along with their pals from Bear in the Big Blue House, Rolie Polie, The Book of Pooh and Stanley.

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    Mickey's Toontown Fair

    by Helga67 Updated Jun 29, 2003

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    Mickey's Toontown

    Between Fantasyland and Tomorrowland, there is the little town of Mickey and his friends. It's a lovely place where you can visit Mickey's and Minnie's Country house and see how they really live, or take off on a family roller coaster ride in the Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre farm.

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    Peter Pan

    by Helga67 Updated Jun 29, 2003

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    Peter Pan

    Fly above Never Land aboard a pirate ship and join the mischievous Peter Pan, his hot-tempered pixie companion, Tinker Bell and the children as they battle the most notorious, uproarious villain of them all, Captain Hook.

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    Liberty Square

    by Helga67 Written Jun 29, 2003

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    Liberty Square

    If you never had the luck of cruising down the Mississippi on a steam-powered paddle wheeler, well here is your chance on the Liberty Square Riverboat. Afterwards, go to the Haunted Mansion for a creepy ride through a 19th-century mansion and watch out for the ghoul sitting next to you!

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    Adventureland

    by Helga67 Updated Jun 27, 2003

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    Adventureland

    In Adventureland you can
    climb through the shipwrecked Swiss Family Treehouse. This is a nice attraction for the smaller kids.
    Soar over Agrabah on an enchanted flying carpet.
    Visit the Enchanted Tiki Room for an indoor muscial show with birds.
    Or take a whimsical cruise through jungle rivers.

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