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has anyone ever been there? I went when i was 9 and it was brilliant.
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has anyon ever been there? I went when i was 9 and it was brilliant.

Yeh, it's ok if you're a kid.
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No - those people dressed as giant animals scare me.
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Yeh, it's ok if you're a kid.
it is good for adults who like rides
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No - those people dressed as giant animals scare me.
bah humbug
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I went when I was about 9 or 11. It was good especially with all the characters. Me and my cousin messed around with the Chip and DAle characters. Which one is the one in Florida, Disney World or Disney Land? Though I remember thinking that the rides themselves weren't the best, as there weren't that many white knuckle rides.
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I went when I was about 9 or 11. It was good especially with all the characters. Me and my cousin messed around with the Chip and DAle characters. Which one is the one in Florida, Disney World or Disney Land? Though I remember thinking that the rides themselves weren't the best, as there weren't that many white knuckle rides.
disney world is florida.i also liked sea world and universal studios
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disney world is florida.i also liked sea world and universal studios
Yeah, I liked Universal studios as well, esp as I loved Nickelodeon. Unfortunately, I couldn't go to Bush Gardens (choice b/w Universal studios and bush gardens). I would have loved to go there cos of the white knuckle rides.
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Disney World is great, but the best theme park in Florida (probably in the world!!) is Universals Islands of Adventure. It has the greatest rides, and the most spectacular theming. I actually preffered it to Busch Gardens Tampa for the fact that there were more white knuckle rides. Busch gardens focuses on having lots of animals and "natural" attractions, which is fantastic, but as theme park goes, IOA is incredible!!
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I went to euro disney with college, it cost £70 for two nights including travel. It was supposed to be an educational trip but it turned out to be one big piss up. If Derick hadn't had been sick, I could have got my first well I shall leave that you your imagination.
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Seaworld is by far the best theme park. All others pale in comparison.
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(Original post by eric bischoff)
it is good for adults who like rides


... only if you like kiddy rides like space mountain.
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Disney World is great, but the best theme park in Florida (probably in the world!!) is Universals Islands of Adventure. It has the greatest rides, and the most spectacular theming. I actually preffered it to Busch Gardens Tampa for the fact that there were more white knuckle rides. Busch gardens focuses on having lots of animals and "natural" attractions, which is fantastic, but as theme park goes, IOA is incredible!!
i liked that cartoon log flume
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has anyone ever been there? I went when i was 9 and it was brilliant.
its ok but Epcot is the best! all the food!
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its ok but Epcot is the best! all the food!
i like the ride inside epcot itself called spaceship earth
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I went to euro disney with college, it cost £70 for two nights including travel. It was supposed to be an educational trip but it turned out to be one big piss up. If Derick hadn't had been sick, I could have got my first well I shall leave that you your imagination.

O_o

How could a trip to Euro disney possibly be educational :confused:
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No - those people dressed as giant animals scare me.
and you don't scare them?
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and you don't scare them?
good one.....congrats on becoming a demi god!
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No - those people dressed as giant animals scare me.
Why would they scare you?
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O_o

How could a trip to Euro disney possibly be educational?
Well it was in Febaury and there were educational classes on like how ICT is used in Euro Disney etc. However our tutors decided it would be more fun to take us to a french supermarket to get cheap booze and this what ended up happening. They also took us into centre of paris. Back at the challets we all got pissed, it was one big huge party basicaly but the tutors complained when some others got very drunk. Me and my mate were complimented the next day of how well he handled some of the drunks. It was the best night of my life bar a few nights at 5th ave in Manchester.
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