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Daily Archives: October 23, 2012
The Be Our Guest Dining room features two rooms out of the movie and a third inspired by great moments from the film. The two rooms from the movie, the ballroom and west wing, will be open for both lunch … Continue reading
It hasn’t been officially announced, but it’s a generally accepted rumor that the new Fantasyland bathrooms that are moving in next to ‘it’s a small world’ in the old Skyway station location, will be themed to the medieval village featured … Continue reading
I’ve long felt an affinity for the work and writing of author Cory Doctorow, in particular his love of the classic Disney attraction Walt Disney’s Haunted Mansion. It’s a love I share. However, we came to our love in very … Continue reading
The Festival of the Masters art show is one event I look forward to every year. Downtown Disney takes on a special vibe as the prestigious open-air fine arts festival features nearly 150 award-winning artists, sidewalk chalk art, limited-edition fine … Continue reading