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Category Archives: Holiday
If you’re reading this blog, you probably know about the Osborne Family Spectacle of Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but did you know there is another display of Christmas lights at Walt Disney World that is, in its own way, … Continue reading
This year at the Disneyland Resort you can see something you’ve never seen before, Cars Land decorated for the holidays. It’s as fabulous as it sounds. In addition to the festive automotive decor of Cars Land (more photos at the … Continue reading
I don’t know about other Disney fans, but the Nightmare Before Christmas DVD is on heavy rotation in our home starting in early October and running through December. The stop-motion animation classic evolved from a poem written by Tim Burton. … Continue reading
Part of the magic of EPCOT at Christmas time is the ability to visit each of the pavilions and learn a little bit about how that culture celebrates the winter holiday. Add to that the yuletide decorations and Voices of … Continue reading