Posted Tuesday, June 13, 2017 11:05 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Walt Disney Co. will delist its first and only outlet in Europe, ending a 27-year run as an independent company for the Paris theme park that has struggled to match the popularity of its U.S. counterparts and had to be bailed out by its parent at least three times.
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I think this is going to do great things for that park, and I'm very excited!
The problem was always a lack of cash... so I think this should do the trick!
While Disneyland Park itself is fantastic***, Disney Studios is a complete mess.
(***There are some sections that still feel a little unresolved, specifically the area behind Space Mountain by Star Tours, the Indiana Jones dead-end, and the walkway that runs from the hub straight back to It's A Small World)
If you haven't been to this park, Disney Studios has a lot of the same problems that Florida and DCA in California had... Except the Paris version WAY smaller. Walking around the park, everything is just kind of thrown together and nothing makes much sense...
With all the VERY major plans to revamp the parks I just mentioned, along with the absolutely spectacular 2018-2023 Hong Kong Disneyland expansion, I can only imagine that something major is going to take place in Paris as well.
I am SO pumped.
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