Date: 2017-04-24 11:59 am (UTC)
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Dinosaur does seem to be one of the more overlooked major rides at Walt Disney World: the wait times are never all that bad, though it's at Animal Kingdom, a park with a shortage of major thrill rides. I think it's because it is somewhat out of the way, so that you actually have to go looking for it in order to find it, and descriptions of it in maps and promotional material may make thrill-seekers think it's a slower and tamer ride than it is. It's connected to the rest of the park via the cheesy Chester and Hester's Dino-Rama area, which is dominated by a roller coaster (Primeval Whirl, a spinning Wild Mouse, a category I don't go for--it's also a ride that could have existed anywhere, without much Disney magic to it). That is consistently a bigger draw than Dinosaur.

Rock 'N' Roller Coaster, meanwhile, is one of the biggest draws at Hollywood Studios and can get multi-hour waits. A thing I've heard about it, though I did not test this assertion, is that while it has a single-rider line, this is often useless or nearly so (unlike the single-rider lines at Expedition Everest and Test Track, which work well). I used a FastPass slot to ride it.
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