Power outages seem to be in vogue this month. Apparently, Disneyland in California suffered a power outage today affecting a decent chunk of the attractions.
As reported earlier by The Points Guy, there was a power outage in between Toontown and Fantasyland. This lead to a number of rides being shut down and some “happy” unhappy folks posting about it on Twitter.
Been waiting in line for three hours to get a refund, and still another hour to go, at least 🙄 @Disneyland
— Sarah Mansoor (@idkmybff_Sarah) December 27, 2017
— Mari (@MaryBasque) December 27, 2017
It will surprise me if Disney didn’t offer refunds to folks who complain. Customer service is something they really excel at.
The Final Two Pennies
On the heels of the massive Atlanta Airport power outage, it’s interesting to see another big infrastructure piece have a major power issue.
I would imagine this was brutal for parkgoers and staff (or cast members, as Disney likes to call them) on one of the busiest days of the year at Disneyland.
This is an insane time of year to consider a Disney trip in general. I saw someone post a 75-minute wait for the Jungle Cruise at Disney World earlier this week.
Jingle Cruise – 75 minute standby pic.twitter.com/KvwZ5XernO
— WDW News Today (@WDWNT) December 25, 2017
I just can’t imagine that’s much fun. Add in a power outage and I bet that makes for a rough day.
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