My favorite thing about The Seas with Nemo and Friends is the Coral Reef Restaurant. I love sitting by the tank and watching the fish swim by as I eat fish.
This sort of restaurant practice should be adopted elsewhere. For example, over at The Land, there should be a pen of livestock right next to your table while you enjoy your steak. For you vegetarians, maybe a nice row of lettuce, where you can watch it be picked and chopped up right before your eyes, you sicko.
Where was I? Oh yes, The Seas with Nemo and Friends, or TSWNAF for short. Formerly The Living Seas, this place was refurbished in the mid 2000’s and Nemo and his Pixar pals moved in. This may disappoint some, but Nemo is big business and his ilk can be found elsewhere at Walt Disney World…
…and at Disneyland…
…AND at Disneyland Paris.
Do not worry though. Even though the story of the attraction may have been modified some, the overall message – that of seeing gross sea creatures – remains.
To discuss the restrooms at TSWNAF, you must first discuss the Manatees. Manatees are beautiful creatures. Or stomach-turning creatures, whichever you prefer. They eat all day, and what they eat is ruffage. When you eat this much ruffage, you have to expel it. A lot of it. Like constantly.
Manatees don’t have the good sense to excuse themselves and go to the restroom. But, they would never swim in your toilet, so they would be quite put out to have you relieving yourself in their pool. Good thing TSWNAF offers plenty of restroom capacity!
Situated at the end of the hall beyond the escalators, you’ll find signs on both floors for restrooms. I suggest you visit the second floor restrooms for a bit of fun.
The restrooms, or at least the entrances, are situated right on top of each other, just beyond the escalators on the far side of TSWNAF.
Of course, if seeing animals means immediately eating them to you, there are restrooms at the Coral Reef as well. Make sure to tip your waiter, they can get excited.