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Author Archives: Kevin Yee
The parade (Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime) and fireworks (Holiday Wishes) from the for-pay party turn into free offerings this week. 3:00 parade (different on Saturday) and 10pm fireworks are open to everyone. Come early! Parade spots fill up an … Continue reading
Every year, the Osborne Lights gets changed, adjusted, or expanded. This is one of the things that makes Disney World great. The term “spectacular” is well-chosen for this show – it’s a spectacle no matter how you slice it. First … Continue reading
It’s Magic Music Days right now at Walt Disney World, which means one thing: I had high hopes for the American Idol Experience finale tonight! After all, with singers and choirs galore in the kingdom, surely great singers would be … Continue reading
Have you ever done a puzzle-based scavenger hunt inside Walt Disney World? They aren’t offered by Disney directly to the public, but fan-based communities sometimes put them on. Typically players sign up in teams of 2-4 members and receive puzzles … Continue reading