Into the Eastern Briar Patch
The one thing I dislike about Splash Mountain in California is that most of it is surrounded by tall fencing that blocks off all wide angles of the ride. No such problem exists at Tokyo Disneyland, though, where guests can come right up to the rockwork that surrounds the briar patch that surrounds the climactic drop of the ride. At night, this makes for a great scene, and I can even just prop my camera right on the rocks to take the shot, rather than struggle to wedge my camera above fencing. What a nice perk!
|Tokyo Disneyland Splash Mountain has a much more approachable briar patch than Disneyland Anaheim's!|