There are so many things that need fixing, and so many bull shit choices they’ve made. I haven’t been in a couple months, but I went last night and had mixed emotions. First, Cars Land and the new entrance for California Adventure are phenomenal. I love the theme, I love how non-touristy it feels now, and I love how bright and fun Radiator Springs is. However, everyone on Earth was at Cars Land; I say give it a few months to a year and everything will turn into the Star Tours and Ariel ride of today. Now for the parts that pissed me off. Matterhorn has been down for a few months for re-laying of the track and the installation of new cars. I’ll admit the track was really bumpy, but the car change was definitely a bad choice. Matterhorn was an iconic ride in that nothing else on Earth was like it. It was perfect for a date and it let little kids ride a roller coaster in the comfort of their parents lap. Now, instead of what I thought was one of Disneyland’s best rides, They cram three seats into each car, leaving tall people with their knees in their chests and separating everyone who once got the chance to ride together. So me and the person I was with waited in line, went all the way around the damn mountain, went back and forth through the huge line, and got all the way to the front. Next thing we know, a mother and two teenagers walk up next to us in the “single rider line” so they can go on quickly but idealy ride separately. No, instead the cast member puts all three of them in one set of cars - two of the seat were back to back - and makes the two of us continue to wait. Then when we do get a spot, it’s in two fucking different cars. It was like the person I was with was on a completely separate ride, and the new cars just bump you into a slouch throughout the ride. I’m so sick of the single rider bullshit, it’s just impatient people separating a group so they can go on more rides and it’s ridiculous. There’s so many stupid things Disney does that really need fixing, but instead they keep digging themselves into a bigger hole.