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Tag Archives: 2012
Yesterday we saw a few of the changes coming to the Magic Kingdom in part one of the update. Today we dive deep into Fantasyland and the expansion we’re all waiting to explore. Dumbo’s courtyard home is almost a memory … Continue reading
Are you a dapper sort? Someone who longs for the day when a suit and tie was appropriate garb for visiting a Disney theme park? Well, your fellow fashion friends are assembling for a swinging good time at every Magic … Continue reading
Disney’s popular runDisney division has some big news… a return of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror event. It features a new 10-mile race that will echo the original Tower of Terror 13K race held in 2009. The new race … Continue reading
2011 was a crazy year. A Tsunami nearly wiped large portions of Japan off the map and earthquake damage closed Tokyo Disneyland Resort. Disney Parks President Tom Staggs was struck with an idea while walking through California Adventure, less than … Continue reading