Animal Kingdom: Expedition Everest
The ride queue system at Disney that CM's maintain has always been something I've admired greatly. They take the guess work out of it for the general population who, seemingly, does not know how to choose a row to sit in and, also, ensure that no train takes off without getting the maximum amount of people on it.
This is the opposite of Universal's ethos, which cannot manage a line at all. It's common to see trains leaving the station with empty seats and people still in line.
Disney has it right, though, by having a CM direct traffic. Even better, it's super easy to say "I'd like to sit in the front" and not have to wait longer than 5 minutes or so (at least in my experiences).
These are my thoughts for this morning while I still recover from the weekend. Sorry!
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