Thought someone ought to try and keep track of Liners’ comings and goings to see who, when, and where paths can be crossed. Post your travel plans and your preview window, and I’ll try to keep this updated to facilitate Meet & Geeks (as my better half has taken to calling them) and maybe some group rides.
We’re only going to be over for the day, and beyond our 2pm window, we don’t have anything else on the books yet.
So I just stared at the work calendar today and realized I can’t be in the air during the day on March 10th or March 12th…so I am definitely extending my trip dates. Will update when I figure it out! It’s like a panicked and picked a Tron preview or something…
I’ve been struggling to put my thoughts together on it. It’s a really cool ride, and I enjoyed it, but as many others have mentioned, it’s very short. I also found the ride position uncomfortable on my knees (felt like kneeling on a hard surface) so I was kind of glad it was short. I would probably enjoy it a lot more the second time, knowing what to expect, so I could take in more of the details.
I waited 80 minutes to ride. I got in line a couple of minutes before my window and the end of the line was across from Cosmic Ray’s. I’m pretty sure that’s the longest line I’ve waited in at Disney (I’m a Liner after all!) and I was solo on this trip (so no one to chat with to make the wait less boring), and this probably factored into my feelings about it. I’d do this one as a ILL in the future.
Also I agree with others that if you’re comparing it to GotG, it’s going to be disappointing. GotG is mind-blowingly fun and amazing. Tron was really cool, but it couldn’t compare. If you haven’t experienced GotG yet, I’d ride Tron first so you’re not comparing the two.
I think this was probably the only instance ever I was happy I wear leg braces. They have built in cushion to prevent the discomfort with kneeling. DS noted he was a little uncomfortable in that position after 2 rides.