I really liked the fast pass plus. Just open the app choose and go. A few of the things that were a bit of a pain was opening the gate for the parking lot at the hotel (kind of tough to get my arm out the window and at the proper angle) I ended up having to take it off or use the card, and park entry was a minor inconvenience trying to get the sweet spot as my band seemed to roll a bit More...
It was a proposal this guy did after seeing that these vehicles were being used at London Heathrow airport. He says on his site that he Photoshopped the Disney logos for his proposal. A quote from his web page "Again this project was just for fun and to my knowledge Disney and ULTra people have no projects together" http://joshuacunning.com/?p=90
I used Small World Vacations. There wasn't really a downside. It didn't cost me anything extra. She got me a 30% discount on the room and put together several options that included a meal plan and tickets. I suppose I could have found all the deals on my own, but it was nice to say where and when and let someone else do it.
If you aren't in the Fastpass line early you still risk getting an undesirable return time. Have you considered getting there at opening and just getting in line for the ride? Or if you are looking for the fastpasses for a scrapbook or something I'm sure someone here can help you with that.
Groundbreaking for the Temple of the Forbidden Eye occurred in August 1993. More than 400 Imagineers worked on its design and construction. Tony Baxter led a core project team of nearly 100 Imagineers.
Several early concepts were considered for Indy including a walk-through adventure and a high-speed mine car adventure within a temple. To avoid a long queue, Imagineers even considered using Jungle Cruise launches to shuttle guests to the loading area. The team tested key show elements in a Burbank warehouse on a full-sized elevated track that resembled a freeway. This enabled the team to test set pieces, lighting, effects, transport clearances and motion profiles.
To create space for the 0.5-mile queue area and the 50,000-square-foot show building, an area of the former "Eeyore" parking lot was demolished, and the Monorail and Jungle Cruise attractions were rerouted. As I'm sure some of you know, an old Eeyore parking sign is hidden up in the rafters high above the projection room (in the queue). The sign pays homage to the Eeyore Parking Lot.
To watch some scenes from the opening ceremony:
Happy 19th birthday Indy!
Have you been on this attraction? If so, what is your favorite part or scene?
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