Last Summer I took our kid to Disneyland. She had been really wanting to go for an absolutely very long time, and the people I was with and I finally broke down and decided to make the trip there. I was surely very excited myself because I hadn’t been there since I was a kid too. When the people I was with and I arrived at the park there, the people I was with and I spent the first half of the day riding all of the rides. It was a total blast, however our only true complaint is that it was rather strenuous to deal with the heat. A lot of the lines required us to wait just outdoors, and I really wish that the lines had been in a.nice air-conditioned space. By 10 am I was already beyond being sweaty, and by dinner, all the people I was with and I just wanted to do was kneel in a climate-controlled diner for an hour or more than one. For the rest of the day the people I was with and I took it much easier I would say. We even tried to utilize the spaces that had a system in them as much as the people I was with and I could so that the people I was with and I did not overheat at all. Don’t get myself and others wrong though I don’t regret that trip at all. In fact, I would absolutely go back there in a heartbeat if the people I was with and I were able to, but I do wish that it was possible to wait in some of the lines without having to deal with all of the heat and humidity. I suppose that’s something that the people who designed the park should reconsider. Guests would be much more comfortable if they could wait in a good space that was climate-controlled. For obvious reasons, this would absolutely keep people coming right back even more frequently than they do now. Still, I really enjoyed our family trip, and I can’t wait to go back soon.