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Once upon a time from the swamps of central Florida, one man saw more than just pine apples and trees. In addition, he wanted it to be a place that was accessible and affordable to everybody while at precisely the exact same time having beautiful weather year round.Regrettably Walt did not live long enough to see his vision come to fruition here in Florida but his brother Roy did make sure his vision has been completed. Walt came to Florida in the 60’s and purchased 25000 acres (40 square miles) below the title M.T. Lott. He had the smarts to get up as much land as he could without drawing to much attention into the property grab. In addition to this theme parks Resorts were constructed for Disney’s guests to remain at. So far there are 34 hotels on land and 28 of these are owned and operated by Disney. This nevertheless is ever changing and a few more hotels are presently in the works to accommodate even more visitors.Hollywood Studios such as is currently constructing their Star Wars themed resort which will sit just from the back outside of their park. This is going to be a fantastic addition to people wanting something fresh and for travellers who have been to Disney World a couple of times. There’s so much empty property on their 40 square miles that they may build another 100 hotels and 20 additional theme parks but where does it end.Together with the parks in capacity lines and now averaging more than 3 hours for some of their newest attractions, where can one begin to consider building bigger parks to accommodate all of their guests does one keep constructing smaller parks but having more to pick from? What appears to be occurring is present park growth!Should you take a present park which suffers from overcrowding and make it bigger, this would seem to solve your issue you would think right? This would make sense if every park had hot attractions and rides equally. Unfortunately this isn’t the case. By way of instance, Animal Kingdom rolled out Pandora: Avatar and for the first year until today lines have been stable at 3 hours and drawing away business from their other parks.Now Hollywood Studios rolled out Toy Story Land and drew visitors away from the other parks occasionally leaving Epcot just like a ghost city. Each playground I hope one day will be equal in their rides, shows and resorts but currently there is some lag and it’s affecting the attendance levels at all four parks as a whole. With all their land, I want to see much larger parks, more activities for visitors to conquer overcrowding and most importantly lower costs to the consumers.