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Tag Archives: disney travel
Adventures by Disney and the Walt Disney Animation Studios are working together to create a family-friendly trip to Norway for vacationers to see for themselves the beautiful scenery that inspired Frozen, as well as get a glimpse of the rich … Continue reading
Update Monday at 4PM: Debby is now predicted to soar across Florida north of Orlando slowly over the next five days. However, the storm is not forecast to grow into a hurricane strength storm. Disney has closed Typhoon Lagoon, but … Continue reading
I’ll admit that one of the perks of writing a well-read Disney blog is that I occasionally get invites to media events for grand openings, celebrity visits, or even new cruise ships. Those are all fun, however, some of my … Continue reading
Here’s a little secret about how The Disney Blog came to be. Back in 1999 when the dot-com bubble was still inflating, a group of us Disney fans that hung out together at Disneyland started talking about what we could … Continue reading