ABSOLUTELY, and WITHOUT A DOUBT.
What Disney does very well is offers different things for different ages. Think about when the kids were little. Disney was characters and kiddie rides. Then the characters weren’t quite as cool and the kiddie rides were OK but it was upward and onward to more thrilling rides. Then just thrill rides.
Somewhere along the way, you discover some of the shows. You decide there is food [B]BESIDES[/B] counter service hamburgers.
Kids grow up and then there are [I]GFs/BFs added the the mix[/I]. You get left behind more and more. Then grandkids and suddenly you’re back where you started - kiddie rides and standing in line for characters.
Then you decide there is too much walking and you rent a power scooter and start to run into people, just like they’ve been doing to you for all of these years. The circle of life is complete. :simba::laugh: