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Author Archives: John Frost
As a sports fan, Team Mickey in the Downtown Disney Marketplace is always on my must visit list when that credit card is burning a hole in my wallet. If you have a sports fan in your family, you can … Continue reading
Downtown Disney is at the start of a multi-year project that will transform it into a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex called Disney Springs. With construction of the first parking garage underway, things are getting serious. Over the weekend, I … Continue reading
Yes, it’s early, Food and Wine isn’t even over yet, but Disney has given the first taste of what next year’s 21st EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival will include. The the 75 days between March 5 – May 18, … Continue reading
Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World resort is in the early stages of its transformation into Disney Springs. A lot of what we knew as DTD (including Pleasure Island and NYE every night) is gone forever. However, there are … Continue reading