Last night, as I watched a “triple dead-heat” building, I posted a message to the Liners Facebook group. I said that the voting was so close when we elected our Favorite Disney’s Animal Kingdom Attraction, that I sat there re-freshing my web site over and over again until I finally saw the last vote cast – the vote that decided the winner.
This vote was epic! Absolutely epic! Epic Epcot! We should have expected this to be a war. Throughout the day yesterday, as I watched the competition tightening, I decided to “sleep on it” and close the vote this morning. I have to admit that I was terrified of a “triple-tie”, but you guys came through and didn’t disappoint me. We have a …
What a week, so far! Three rounds, and here we are. The cream always rises to the top!
We’ve had a lot of new people join our community in the last month or so, so let’s do a quick “re-set”, OK? In December, we “elected” our Favorite Disney’s Hollywood Studios Attraction by placing “The Twilight Zone” at the top of the “Tower” … “of Terror”, that is. Finishing in second place in that vote was my personal favorite – the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith. Out of 116 votes, Tower bested Roller by a tally of 45 to 33. To see a full re-cap, click here.
A week or so later, we charged into …
Wow! I mean, just wow!! Your response and participation in Round 2 of our crusade to elect All in WDW’s Favorite Epcot Attraction was nothing short of PHENOMENAL! Just phenomenal!
Prior to yesterday, All in WDW’s all-time record for page views in a day was 498. The record now stands at …
Wow! We covered a lot of ground in Round 1 – 300 acres, to be exact – since we spanned the entirety of Epcot.
Some observations … yay, Spaceship Earth! It’s the big winner after garnering 87.04% of the vote in its group. A trip to WDW just isn’t complete until you smell Rome burning, is it? Close behind, with 80% of the vote in its group, was Soarin’.
The weakest attraction to make it to Round 2 was …
Yes, excellent!! Maybe that’s just my opinion, but Epcot is our favorite park. As such, I have been waiting to run this poll for months!
This one is huge, folks! There’s just so much to do in EPCOT Center – the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. In fact, with a little more effort, I’m pretty sure I could …