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“It was July 1923 … With that wonderful audacity of youth, I went to Hollywood, arriving there with just $40. It was a big day, the day I got on that Santa Fe California Limited. I was just free and … Continue reading
from Instagram One of my favorite details from Sir Mickey’s in the Magic Kingdom. While the store has slowly become taken over by fashionably displayed Disney’s princesses line items, there remain a plethora of great details from Mickey & The … Continue reading
Part of what makes Disney so magical is the attention to detail. For instance, take Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there are a ton of little references to Disney movies and TV shows. Even if you don’t know what the reference is, … Continue reading
One of the things that impressed me about Belle’s Village in New Fantasyland is how the details work to make you feel like you’ve actually stepped into the movie. From boxes of books left on the bookstore’s backdoor to a … Continue reading