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  1. Meghan
    August 28, 2018

    I was looking for an updated itinerary for Hollywood Studios to include the new rides at Toy Story Land. Do you have one of those yet?

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    • Dave
      August 30, 2018

      Hi Meghan, all of my longer itineraires have had them for a while now. See for example this and the second day here.

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  2. MyOhana
    July 7, 2018

    You should change your information on Slinky Dog Dash. You said it was between 7 Dwarfs and Big Thunder. 7 Dwarfs is 34 mph and Big Thunder is 36 mph. We talked to a cast member at Slinky Dog Dash today as we were boarding and she informed us that Slinky Dog is 45mph. Much faster than the other two coasters. Especially since Everest is 50 mph. Though it isn’t as long as Big Thunder, it is definitely faster with bigger drops.

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    • Dave
      July 8, 2018

      Hi, and thanks for writing! I did not say it was faster or slower, but rather compared the thrill level, which I stand by.

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    • Karen Harwood
      June 6, 2019

      I agree. I felt way more motion sickness on Slinky dog dash than seven dwarfs mine train and big thunder. Those two did not bother me at all. Also I thought the drops were larger on slinky dog.

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  3. Ryan
    July 5, 2018

    Very through and helpful as always. But I think the trains actually have just 18 seats, so the capacity situation is even worse at about 990 riders per hour based on your timing. But hopefully they can get their efficiency up a bit because 65 seconds seems high.

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    • Dave
      July 6, 2018

      Thanks Ryan–I had not paid enough attention to the one row in the last car…fixed now!

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