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Tag Archives: construction
It’s been a few weeks since our last update and the construction at the Magic Kingdom has been moving at a quick pace. First, a little of the latest news: Guests have actually been invited to some limited soft testing … Continue reading
(I just know that title is going to generate some weird ads) A couple short videos today that show how much of an emphasis Imagineering placed on faithfully recreating the world of Pixar’s Cars for Disney California Audiences audiences to … Continue reading
Disney recently announced that Zebras would be moving to a new Savannah on Kilimanjaro Safari. The change has meant the end of the ‘poacher’ storyline and a lot more time for guests to take pictures while driving about. Construction is … Continue reading
I’m back from a whirlwind tour of the Magic Kingdom on Sunday. Managed to sneak in a little Sorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom with my son, rode a few rides and scoped out changes across the park. And there is … Continue reading