The Secret Restroom's surroundings are pleasant, homey, and comforting. Tables and chairs are conveniently available for those waiting their turn, but are often used by guests who do not even suspect their true raison de vivre.
To the right of the Secret Restroom is a small forest, through which a small path leads off into nameless adventure. The naturalistic setting helps provide a context for the Secret Restroom as a sort of outpost -- a serendipitous haven of for the weary, if you will.
> go bathroom
What, right here? Perhaps you should enter the Secret Bathroom first.
> enter bathroom
The moment you open its door (it's unlocked), you are overwhelmed by just how enormous the Secret Restroom is. As a point of fact, the Secret Restroom is not only larger than the average American home restroom, it's larger than the typical Anaheim apartment that can be afforded on a Disneyland castmember's starting salary.
The Secret Restroom's sink is positioned near the entrance/exit. This is convenient for anyone who just wants to stop in and wash their hands, and leads to a natural business/wash/leave order of operations for others who are visiting to take care of more urgent matters.
The Secret Restroom's mirror is cleverly located not behind the sink, but to the left of it.
> use mirror
After six days of park-hopping, you look haggard.
> exit bathroom
The view when exiting the Secret Restroom is rustic, natural, and inviting, drawing guests back into the park to continue their adventure.
Guests have the option to turn left and pass through Carnation Plaza Gardens to Main Street or Fantasyland (with Tomorrowland in the distance), or turn right, where can be found the passage to Frontierland.
Guests also have the option of finding a place at a table and either relaxing or waiting for the rest of their party. Truly, the options are limitless!
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