It's a small, crowded amusement park. The "gardens" aren't much, the light show was done before it got dark (because it gets dark so late), we ate in a well-reviewed restaurant (outside) with people screaming on a ride over our heads, and all in all, it was pretty, but seemed like paying a high cover charge to eat in a mediocre restaurant and stroll around. We weren't interested in the casino or rides, particularly, so it wasn't great. But you sort of feel like you have to go, and we could see how Walt Disney may have been influenced by this.
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