Entries from All Ears® Guest Blog tagged with 'walt disney world'

When a 'hard freeze' hit Walt Disney World in 1989, cast members turned to faux plants along Jungle Cruise

During the hard freeze of 1989 in Florida, most of the vegetation along the Jungle Cruise died, forcing Disney to bring in plastic stand-ins. [AllEars.Net] The term "hard freeze" sends shivers up and down the spines of anyone in...

Pandora reaffirms Animal Kingdom's commitment to animals, great, small and mythical

The head of a Na'vi was on display near the Windtraders souvenir shop inside Pandora: The World of Avatar. [Cavrel Silvera] With the opening of Pandora: The World of Avatar, all eyes are on Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park....

BeaverTails

About a month ago Carol and I enjoyed a Canadian delicacy at FebFest, a winter carnival that takes place in our city every year. Our downtown transforms into a winter wonderland as residents enjoy the outdoor skating rink behind...

Disney Legend Marty Sklar learns that inspiration can be a two-way street

Marty Sklar, center, poses for a photo after his presentation at the Festival of the Arts in Epcot in February. From the left are Julian Robinson, Chuck Schmidt, Marty, Janet Schmidt and Gail Robinson. [Courtesy of Gail and Julian...

MouseAdventure Returns to Walt Disney World March 4th

by Stephanie Wien AllEars® Guest Blogger Do you remember the first time you entered a Disney theme park and were entranced by its immersive environment, marveling at all of its wonderful details? MouseAdventure, a puzzle hunt game, recreates that...

A Disney-fied Golf Cart

On May 1, 2010 Carol and I were celebrating my birthday at EPCOT. Naturally we had to take a ride on Soarin’ As we waited in line we struck up a conversation with another couple who seemed to be...

Charlie Ridgway and Rick Sylvain: Two Disney PR guys with the "write" stuff

Rick Sylvain, left, and his former boss, Charlie Ridgway, crossed paths in England several years ago. As Rick puts it: "This was taken in 2007 after a travel writers' convention in Manchester, England. Two friends and I were getting...

Backstage Magic Tour

by J. Scott Lopes AllEars.Net Guest Blogger Have you ever wanted to go behind the scenes to see what goes on backstage at Disney World, to see how they make and maintain some of your favorite attractions? If you...

Science At Your Feet

When you rush through EPCOT’s Future World early in the morning, part of that mad dash toward the standby line at Soarin’, do you ever notice the big circle on the ground? Most of us don’t see it; we’re...

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party for Teens and Young Adults

by Evan L. Weston AllEars® Guest Blogger We're deep into the heart of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party season, and that means the scramble is on to snatch up passes for the Magic Kingdom's premier specially ticketed event. In my...

Art Smith's Homecoming beefs up Disney Springs' restaurant offerings

Guests at Art Smith's Homecoming in The Landing neighborhood at Disney Springs prepare to dig in to some of the restaurant's signature items. [Courtesy of Art Smith's Homecoming] As celebrity chefs go, Art Smith is the antithesis of the...

Change has been the name of the game at Walt Disney World

Main Street U.S.A. in the Magic Kingdom has seen many changes over the years. The most recent was the placement of a Starbucks on the site of the bakery. [Walt Disney World] Walt Disney World has been compared to...

Changes at Ft. Wilderness

By Guest Blogger Kay Belin This past summer Fort Wilderness went through a huge change when they took a popular cabin loop and turned it into a camping loop. Many guests were disappointed as they watched "their" cabins disappear from...

The Utilidors at Magic Kingdom

Did you know that as you walk along Main Street USA at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom you are walking on the second floor of the park? Yes, it’s true! As you walk through the Magic Kingdom there is...

Florida Coaster Challenge

By Guest Blogger, Jeremiah Good On Tuesday August 16, 2016, SeaWorld Parks & Resorts Orlando have put together the #CoasterCrusade to celebrate National Coaster Day. Early that morning some of us "brave souls" will meet at SeaWorld Orlando to...

Be a Wilderness Lodge Flag Family

In December 2004 Carol and I had our picture taken with a backdrop that many people will never see. To the left of us you can see Cinderella Castle; to the right is Space Mountain and just peeking out...

Tom Nabbe, Disneyland's Tom Sawyer, had a big hand in bringing Walt Disney World's monorail system to life

Tom Nabbe poses for a photo in 1957 on Tom Sawyer Island. [Courtesy of Tom Nabbe] CHUCK SCHMIDT / Still Goofy about Disney AllEars.Net Guest Blogger To many people, riding the monorail at Walt Disney World is one of...

Review: Early Morning Magic at the Magic Kingdom

by Guest Blogger Kay Belin My husband and I had a short Walt Disney World vacation planned when I noticed that Disney was offering something new called Early Morning Magic. I am always one to want to experience what is...

Review - Holiday DLights Tour

by Guest Blogger Kay Belin December is the month that draws many guests to Walt Disney World to see their famous holiday decorations and events. This year I decided to take one of their premiere tours, Holiday D-Lights, which...

The Music of "Impressions de France"

by Al Krombach AllEars.Net Guest Blogger From the first peaceful notes of a lone flute to the concluding triumph of a full symphony orchestra reinforced by pipe organ, "Impressions de France" at Epcot's France pavilion has thrilled generations of visitors...

Ft. Wilderness Renovated Cabins

By Guest Blogger Kay Belin Since the end of summer, crews have been busy refurbishing the Fort Wilderness cabins. Guests will be pleasantly surprised at the changes that have taken place and will continue to make it a sought after...

Epcot Food & Wine Festivals Gone By

I'd like to begin this blog by explaining to you that Carol and I are neither gourmets nor epicures! We are simple “meat and potatoes” people. In fact, for a long time we avoided the Food & Wine Festival...

Fishing at Walt Disney World

Last October Carol and I were on our way from Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground to the Magic Kingdom. As we stood on the dock at the Marina waiting for the boat we were able to watch the joy...

Jim's Attic: The Birth of Walt Disney World Golfing

Jim's Attic: The Birth of Walt Disney World Golfing By Jim Korkis When Walt Disney World opened October 1971, the Disney company had to educate the general public that the new entertainment venue was not just like another Disneyland, but...

From the Tickle Trunk – Walt Disney World News October 1982

Let's pull another old newsletter out of the Tickle Trunk and look at a very exciting time in the history of Walt Disney World! The October 1982 issue describes the newest theme park, EPCOT Center which opened that month....

From the Tickle Trunk – Walt Disney World News 1981

According to The Walt Disney Archives, the Magic Kingdom's first map wasn't a guide map as we know it today, but a multi-page newspaper called The Walt Disney World News. The first edition, with a huge headline "Vacation Kingdom...

The Fort Wilderness Book

If you were to ask me, "Which Disney resort is your favorite?" I would immediately answer, "Fort Wilderness Campground." We have stayed at many of the other resorts, including Port Orleans French Quarter, All Star Music, POP Century, Animal...

Review: Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course

by Guest Blogger Phil Creglow I think it's safe to say that golf isn't at the top of the priority list for a lot of guests who are planning a vacation at Walt Disney World. As an avid golfer, I...

Jim’s Attic: Imagineer Marvin Davis, Master Planner of Walter Disney World

Imagineer Marvin Davis, Master Planner of Walter Disney World By Jim Korkis While Disney Imagineer Herb Ryman did the famous sketch over a long weekend that sold the idea of a Disneyland to bankers and more, his imaginative concept...

BOOK REVIEW: Dream It! Do It! My Half-Century Creating Disney’s Magic Kingdoms

Disney Editions has just released "Dream It! Do It! My Half-Century Creating Disney's Magic Kingdoms," an engaging and informative book by Marty Sklar, Disney Legend and longtime leader of Walt Disney Imagineering. With introductions by Ray Bradbury and Richard...

It’s All In How You See It

It's an odd quirk of human nature that we can all look at exactly the same thing yet we might actually see something totally different. Our experiences and our memories shape our perceptions in some very different ways! Here's...

Jim’s Attic: Bits of Disneyland

By Jim Korkis Every two weeks, Disney Historian Jim Korkis goes up into his imaginary attic to rummage around his archives and often stumbles across an unusual story about Walt Disney World. Having grown up in the Southern California area...

I Find It Surprising . . .

I find it surprising that someone could visit Walt Disney World 41 times and not ride the Tea Cups or explore Tom Sawyer Island. Very surprising! I mentioned in a previous blog that my wife Carol and I "hang...

WDW or Disneyland - Which is Better?

People often ask Carol and I which we prefer, Walt Disney World in Florida or Disneyland in California. They are always surprised when we respond, "You can't compare the two; they're really quite different." Our friends often protest, "But...

These Are A Few Of My Favourite Disney Things

What is your favourite park at Walt Disney World? What are your "must-do" rides or activities? What are the things you only do once in a while? One of the greatest things about Walt Disney World is the diversity...

Disney's Art of Animation offers its guests a variety of outdoor and indoor recreation

Walt Disney World resorts are known for their recreational offerings, and the new Art of Animation hotel is no exception. The centerpiece for the new hotel that is themed around four animated movies -- "Finding Nemo," "Cars," "The Lion...

Disney World's Art of Animation hotel suites well-planned for families

Walt Disney World has taken its focus on multi-generational travel a step farther with the addition of more family suites to its hotel inventory. On May 31, Disney's Art of Animation, the newest resort in the value category, officially...

HGTV's 'My Yard Goes Disney' returns tonight with 11 new shows

After a one-hour special in February, the second season of "My Yard Goes Disney" returns tonight at 8 p.m. ET on HGTV. The special and recent presentations at Walt Disney World by host Brandon Johnson offered fans a look...

Say goodbye to Snow White's Scary Adventures at Disney's Magic Kingdom

Another one of the Magic Kingdom's original attractions closes today, May 31. After 40-plus years, Snow White's Scary Adventures will be shut down and the space reconfigured as part of the multi-year Fantasyland expansion project. For many, today will...

Walt and the Promise of Progress City: The Florida Project

EDITOR'S NOTE: Over the past few months, AllEars.Net has been highlighting exclusive excerpts from Sam Gennawey's book, Walt and the Promise of Progress City. The book explores the process through which meaningful and functional spaces were created by Walt Disney...

Meet Merida from Disney-Pixar's Brave at Magic Kingdom

A new character officially began meeting guests Friday at Disney's Magic Kingdom. Merida, the main character from Disney-Pixar's "Brave," is the fearless and impulsive daughter of Scotland's King Fergus and Queen Elinor. Her archery skills are as legendary as...

Be aware of changes at Disney's Hollywood Studios during Star Wars Weekends

So, you're planning a visit to Disney's Hollywood Studios during the month that includes Star Wars Weekends (through June 10 this year) and you have your entire day planned out, based on past experiences. Be aware that there are...

Tips for securing celebrity autographs at Disney's Star Wars Weekends

Last weekend's crowds again proved the popularity of Star Wars Weekends at Walt Disney World. And one of the biggest draws for park guests is the opportunity to meet Star Wars celebrities and get photos and autographs. At many...

Disney's Star Wars Weekends offer galaxy of fun for kids

Star Wars fans will, of course, be in their element at Disney's Hollywood Studios during Star Wars Weekends. But even if your kids cannot tell Luke Skywalker from Anakin Skywalker, they still can have a great time celebrating The...

Aspiring young chefs can learn to cook at 3 Downtown Disney restaurants

Young chefs work with about 30 feet of fresh pasta dough. UPDATE: The class on June 23 has sold out. Levy Restaurants has added a second class on June 24 at the same time and price. It's probably no...

A mom's tips for finding Disney Crocs for all sizes

Crocs were invented in 2002, the same year my first child was born, and they quickly became a staple for my kids. Once my son and daughter were steady on their feet, we invested in a pair for each....

New RFID FastPass Testing First Hand Report!

There has been lots reported about the Next Gen FastPass system. Recently, Walt Disney World performed a test for approximately 2 weeks to see how things were progressing. In addition to our Report on AllEars, guest blogger John Leary writes...

Disney World scores with youth soccer camps this summer

The Haitian National Women's Under 17 soccer team played in the Disney Cup International Youth Soccer Tournament in 2010. For many families, spring and summer are synonymous with soccer. This year, Walt Disney World is offering the ultimate soccer...

Tusker House offers Disney character meals with a taste of African cuisine

Tusker House's dessert bar is the first thing you see -- as it should be -- in the Harambe Marketplace. Tusker House at Disney's Animal Kingdom is home to Donald's Dining Safari Breakfast and Lunch, the only character meals...

'The Lion King' performer Amyia Burrell talks about her start at Walt Disney World

'The Lion King' performer Amyia Burrell (second from left) visited a Disney Performing Arts workshop with castmates (from left) Electra Weston, Nick Cordileone and Paul Sadler. An actress with the touring production of a Disney show has returned to...

Take a peek at new Disney Dooney & Bourke bags and find a deal

Dooney & Bourke Retro collection In the last few years, some Disney fans have found a new, high-end souvenir to collect. Who wants to bring home more scrapbooks and T-shirts when you can choose an unusual, well-made handbag? Combining...

Tips for celebrating National Princess Week at Walt Disney World

Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway star in "The Princess Diaries" and "The Princess Diaries: Royal Engagement." The first National Princess Week begins tomorrow, April 22, and its founders want to invite children "to celebrate the sparkle and wonder of...

Disney to unleash Epic Mickey sequels on new gaming platforms

The powers of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse work together in Epic Mickey 2. Disney has announced two sequels to its popular Epic Mickey video game for Wii -- Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two...

Disney Kids and Nature Celebration unites Disney Channel stars, Earth-friendly ideas

Disney Channel actors Laura Marano, Ross Lynch, Debby Ryan, Bella Thorne and Zendaya interacted with youth leaders at Disney's Friends for Change Youth Summit during the Disney Kids and Nature Celebration at Walt Disney World. The Walt Disney Co....

Disney World's Fort Wilderness Campground is for horse lovers

Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets at Walt Disney World is Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. This is especially true for horse lovers. My family has stayed at the campground several times and enjoyed many of the outdoors activities,...

Disney's dolphin presentations showcase cognitive research at Epcot

An Epcot cast member helps prepare the shape cards for dolphin training. My almost-8-year-old daughter loves dolphins these days, something that's not uncommon for little girls, it seems. And, certainly, last year's Dolphin Tale movie inspired kids to to...

Easter activities at Disney World a sweet treat for kids

Toddlers are invited to pose with oversized Easter eggs on the lawns at Epcot's U.K. pavilion. This year, my children and I visited Epcot on Easter Sunday for the first time. Of course, we couldn't wait to check out...

DisneyQuest is more than video gaming for kids

DisneyQuest, Walt's Disney World's five-story gaming attraction at Downtown Disney, is all about the video games, right? Yes, but that's not all there is to do. The entire second floor is set up for kids -- and adults --...

Tips to keep kids happy while waiting in line at Disney World

Large-screen video games were added to the Space Mountain queue. The weeks before and after Easter are some of the busiest at Walt Disney World, which means that even with using FASTPass, you are going to be spending time...

The Pirate's League at Disney World gives families swashbuckling makeovers

My son happily waits for his pirate makeover. The Pirate's League in the Magic Kingdom immerses guests in the swashbuckling world of pirates and their wenches by transforming them into new recruits for Captain Jack Sparrow's crew. We set...

Magical makeovers at Disney World's Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique create princesses

My daughter and her Fairy Godmother in training at the Downtown Disney location. If your children love to play dress-up, you won't want to miss Walt Disney World's fantastic experiences for transforming guests into princesses and pirates. Both the...

To Walt Disney World in a Motor Home - Part 2

Yesterday I shared with you the first 2 days of our travels to Walt Disney World in a motor home. Today I'll finish the report! The third day we follow our well established routine, up just before 7:00 a.m.,...

To Walt Disney World in a Motor Home - Part 1

In two previous blogs I've told you about Halloween at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground and I've described all the reasons why our dogs enjoy vacationing there. We just love "The Fort"; it's the best campground we've ever...

Tips for maximizing the value of Disney's PhotoPass CD

The price of a Disney's PhotoPass CD increased this week, and the response on various Disney message boards and websites was somewhat negative. That's understandable. After all, who wants to spend more money these days? But just because the...

Disney World's Storybook Circus improves area for kids

Here's how The Barnstormer starts. As we pulled up to the reopened and newly themed Fantasyland stop on the Walt Disney World Railroad, my kids could hardly wait to jump out and race toward the new Storybook Circus section...

Disney World's Royal Guest Rooms designed for princesses

Watching your own private fireworks show on demand is definitely a highlight. Stepping into one of the new Royal Guest Rooms at Walt Disney World really does feel like you are entering the private chambers of a princess. The...

Light-up toys at Walt Disney World light up young faces

Vendors sell the latest light-up lanyards at Disney's Hollywood Studios. It's a recurring sight at Walt Disney World: As evening arrives, vendors begin walking the streets, selling an assortment of light-up toys and souvenirs. Kids, of course, plead for...

Disney's Winter Summerland is great for golfing fun, birthdays

A relaxed Santa greets guests at Winter Summerland. Walt Disney World guests can choose between two cleverly themed miniature golf courses, Fantasia Gardens and Winter Summerland. My family has really enjoyed hitting the links at Winter Summerland, which is...

Have you discovered these out-of-the-way play areas at Walt Disney World?

Before I knew better, I wondered why parents would spend time at the various playgrounds within Walt Disney World when there are so many other unique things to do only on Disney property. Now, after taking my own kids...

Piloting Walt Disney World paddleboat a magical moment for my son

Recently, my 9-year-old son had a magical experience at the Magic Kingdom that he can't stop talking about. Now, before you ask, "Well, aren't most experiences at Walt Disney World magical?" let me say this was an unexpected surprise....

Meet 'Kingdom Keepers' author Ridley Pearson at Walt Disney World

Fans who missed Ridley Pearson when he visited Walt Disney World in January will be happy to know the author will be back on Disney property March 29 and 30 to greet readers. Pearson returns to Lake Buena Vista...

Kids Will Fall Under Spell of Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom, a new Walt Disney World attraction that is a role-playing scavenger hunt, officially opens today after getting a lot of buzz during the testing phase. On Saturday, my husband, 9-year-old son, 7-year-old daughter and...

HGTV’s 'My Yard Goes Disney' host says new things are in store for show’s new season

The second season of HGTV's popular My Yard Goes Disney kicks off this week with a one-hour premiere at 9 p.m. ET on Friday, February 24. I talked with the show's host, Brandon Johnson, about what viewers can expect...

Girl Scouts to celebrate 100th birthday at Walt Disney World

Girl Scouts will have a unique opportunity to celebrate their organization's 100th birthday this spring with special events at Walt Disney World during Memorial Day weekend. "Bridging into the Next Century" takes place May 25 to 28 at Epcot...

Disney World to enforce return times for FastPasses in March

Families planning to visit Walt Disney World after the first week in March may want to reconsider their touring strategies for the theme parks. Beginning March 7, cast members will enforce the end times on FastPass tickets, according to...

Walt and the Promise of Progress City: Site Design

EDITOR'S NOTE: Over the next few months, AllEars.Net will be highlighting exclusive excerpts from Sam Gennawey's book, Walt and the Promise of Progress City. The book explores the process through which meaningful and functional spaces were created by Walt Disney...

Disney World: What's New, What's Next - September 16, 2011

On September 16, 2011, we started our day at Downtown Disney. There is some pavement work going on near the Lego Store and World of Disney. To get to the World of Disney bathrooms, you have to use the...

BOOK REVIEW: " From Screen to Theme " by Brent Dodge

From Screen to Theme: A Guide to Disney Animated Film References Found Throughout the Walt Disney World Resort by Brent Dodge Are you the type of person who searches for references to your favorite Disney films when you visit...

D23's Great Disney Scavenger Hunt

Before the Destination D event began on May 14, D23 hosted the Great Disney Scavenger Hunt. We had never participated in any of the scavenger hunts so we didn't know what to expect. We were assigned a park to...

Disney World: What's New, What's Next May 11-16, 2011

Wednesday, May 11 We checked in at our resort a day before the D23 events began so that we could get settled at the resort and eat at a couple of our favorite places. We spent the morning at...

D23's Destination D: Day 1

The Walt Disney World Destination D event began at the Contemporary Resort on Saturday, May 14 in the Fantasia ballroom(s) in the convention center portion of the resort. When the event was announced, I knew I HAD to go....

Disney World: What's New, What's Next April 1-2, 2011

On April 1, I spent the afternoon at the Magic Kingdom. A lot had changed since my last visit less than a week before. Part of City Hall is still behind a wall: The new Mickey Mouse and Princesses...

Solo Travel to Walt Disney World

By Guest Blogger Kim Knight I recently was asked to participate in a podcast discussion about solo travel to Walt Disney World. It's probably because I spend a good portion of my year on a plane or in a hotel...

Holiday Decorations at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Guest Blogger Ashley Livingston paid a visit to Disney's Hollywood Studios this weekend, and discovered the holiday decorations already appearing. As she notes, they are "lovely!" Reminder: The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights begins November 8!...

Holiday Decorations at the Magic Kingdom

Guest Blogger Ashley Livingston visited the Magic Kingdom today and found it already being transformed into a Winter Wonderland!...

New Trams Roll Out at Walt Disney World

AllEars® Reader DonnaB sends this report: Thursday, October 21, saw a new tram with doors at Disney's Hollywood Studios. According to the cast member, that was the first day for them. They have them at Disneyland, but this is the...

A Vegan Adventure at 'Ohana

by Kitty Smith I just returned from a most wonderful Walt Disney World vacation. As a vegan, there were some challenges with meals, but one meal was so amazingly outstanding that it deserves a whole report by itself. On Thursday...

Epcot's Tutto Italia in World Showcase - a Review

Guest Blogger Jeff Onorato is back, this time with a review of Epcot's Tutto Italia! Like many loyal patrons, I lamented the loss of L'Originale Alfredo di Roma Ristorante when I heard the news of their closure back in 2007....

Top 20 Christmas Gift Items at Walt Disney World for Everyone on Your List

Top 20 Christmas Gift Items at Walt Disney World for Everyone on Your List by Guest Blogger Amanda Tinney Nobody likes a "Bah Humbug". Don't be like Scrooge McDuck this year! Give the gift of Disney! Here are the...

Backstage Magic Tour

Backstage Magic Tour by Krystal Thomas I am a Disney Geek. I admit it freely and proudly. So for this last trip down to my home away from home, Walt Disney World, I wanted to take one of the behind...

The Museum of PIN-TIQUITIES: Disney Pin Celebration 2009

Guest Blogger Carol Cruise returns with a report from this year's Pin Celebration at Walt Disney World! The Museum of PIN-TIQUITIES: Disney Pin Celebration 2009 June 26th - June 29th This was my 5th Disney Pin Celebration; I was by...

WDW Passholder Fireworks Events

Guest blogger Cedric Ching is back this time with a report on the Annual Passholder Fireworks Events at Walt Disney World on June 20, 2009. Last Saturday (June 20, 2009), there were two WDW Passholder Events -- "A Blast With...

Animal Kingdom Lodge Concierge Part 3

All Ears Guest Blogger Emily Owens Pickle is back - this time with a 3 part blog on Animal Kingdom Lodge's Concierge Service, the Kilimanjaro Club - Part 3. DAY 2 It takes us at least three hours to get...

Animal Kingdom Lodge Concierge Part 2

All Ears Guest Blogger Emily Owens Pickle is back - this time with a 3 part blog on Animal Kingdom Lodge's Concierge Service, the Kilimanjaro Club - Part 2. DAY 1 (CM = Cast Member) We arrived at the front...

Animal Kingdom Lodge Concierge Part 1

All Ears Guest Blogger Emily Owens Pickle is back - this time with a 3 part blog on Animal Kingdom Lodge's Concierge Service, the Kilimanjaro Club - Part 1. The Last Wild Weekend - for Awhile This year's holidays were...

Disney’s Fort Wilderness -- DizneyMike’s World

Looking for something to do on the day you arrive or the day that you are leaving? Or if you and the kids just need a break from the parks? Well, a fun thing to do is to take Disney...

Magic Kingdom Updates - DizneyMike's World

Magic Kingdom Construction Update This week I went to the Magic Kingdom to enjoy a beautiful, sunny and warm Florida February day. (Sorry to those of you not in so beautiful, sunny and warm climates; I'm only being honest.) Anyway,...

Celebrating the Holidays at Walt Disney World - Introduction

Last December, my husband and I went on the most magical Walt Disney World trip, yet! We celebrated our anniversary, Christmas and New Year's all at one of our favorite places, Walt Disney World. It was absolutely amazing, and before...

Vegan Dining at Walt Disney World

The Bashful Vegan Hi! My name is Kitty, and I'm a vegan. I'm also terribly, seriously, majorly bashful which is not very convenient when you're a vegan. It's near impossible to eat out as a vegan without attracting some attention,...

Toy Story Mania - Comparing Disneyland and Disney World!

All Ears® Guest blogger JeanineY is back! You may recall she chronicled the NFFC trip to Tokyo Disneyland a few months ago. This time she compares the brand new Toy Story Mania attractions at Walt Disney World and Disneyland! Ride...

Epcot Updates

Welcome TrooperBill as our guest blogger. He visited Epcot (8/1/07) and sends these photos and updates: The wand that once adorned Spaceship Earth continues to be dismantled. You can see progress daily. Larger Image Larger Image The House of Tomorrow...

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