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This summer, Disney introduces Aulani – a new Hawaiian Resort and spa unlike any other. The commercial “Aulani Magic” takes you on a tour of the magical, family-centric vacation destination. It is truly a family paradise… in paradise. “Just a … Continue reading
Disney has just released this bird’s eye view of their Hawaii resort and DVC complex Aulani. Looks beautiful, even with some work remaining. It’s a bit hard to get the scale of the towers, but you can expect that beach … Continue reading
Some of my favorite video footage from Disneyland is the time-lapse footage of the park under construction. Since Disneyland, the Disney Imagineers have made a habit of installing special time-lapse cameras to observe most of their other projects. The one … Continue reading
Just found a great set of 200 photos taken of the construction at Aulani, Disney’s Hawaii DVC Hotel being built on island of Oahu near Ko Olina. The resort is a lot bigger than the models indicated it would be. … Continue reading