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Author Archives: Kevin Yee
Forget Polar Express, holiday orca, sea lion, or Sesame Street shows (though all the above are stellar as usual). It’s not even the enhanced archways of lights and the soap bubble snowfall. The story this year is the Sea of … Continue reading
The always-amazing Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights has returned. Like most years, the show is tweaked and plussed for 2010 – this is one experience they seldom leave alone. Two prominent new things are the window videos and the … Continue reading
The mini-museum attached to the lobby at American Adventure has undergone a medium refurbishment. About 70% is new, with items from Mark Twain and Thomas Edison prominently displayed. My favorite part is that they now use this space to explain … Continue reading
The Tomorrowland Terrace Noodle Station changed its menu and its name over the weekend; now it’s just called Tomorrowland Terrace, and its menu is varied rather than Asian-heavy. The souvenir guide claims there’s a separate dinner menu with orange chicken, … Continue reading