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Author Archives: Kurt Nelson
Friday was the grand opening ceremonies of the new Pollo Campero, Fresh-A-Peel, and Babycakes NYC at Downtown Disney Marketplace. 2010 WDW Ambassador Vanessa Rosas was on hand for the opening. Pollo Campero donated $5,000 to Make A Wish foundation to … Continue reading
Turns out there is an economic advantage to using the monthly payment option when buying a new Florida Resident Annual Pass at Walt Disney World. To see how beneficial the new monthly option for Disney APs is, I did an … Continue reading
My Walt Disney World Annual Pass expires in February. Starting this August, I will be living minutes from WDW and will have plenty of free time on the weekends. So I decided to go annual pass comparison shopping this weekend … Continue reading
When it rains it pours. Although it wasn’t raining today at 2:40pm, two Disney busses collided on the roads outside the Magic Kingdom resulting in many minor injuries and 12 guests being sent to the hospital. All injuries are described … Continue reading