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Author Archives: John Frost
from Instagram: New two-sided Anna and Elsa Frozen Mickey Mouse ears. Perfect for Disney fans who alternate personalities. I saw these at the Magic Kingdom, but they’re also, at other parks too.
There is something about the fun retro feel of 8-bit (or in this case 16-bit) video games. The latest craze is recreating modern movies (or movie trailers) as if they were pixelated video game and the latest target of the … Continue reading
Two of Marvel’s big screen super heroes are on opposite sides of the field, at least when it comes to NFL’s biggest game of the year, the Super Bowl. Chris Pratt, who plays Peter Quil (aka Star Lord) in Guardians … Continue reading
Fun Spot America and Gatorland, two of Central Florida’s most beloved attractions, are teaming up to open Gator Spot, a new attraction that will bring some of Gatorland’s world famous animals to the International Drive tourism district in Orlando. Here … Continue reading
It’s like the B-movie villain that just won’t die, Disneyland just can’t escape the clutches of the Measles outbreak. It started in late December when a guest who carried the disease visited the park. Since then, dozens of cases have … Continue reading