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Bunnies bring easter eggs right? Maybe that explains why they’re all over Walt Disney World this time of year. It’s getting to be an annual tradition. The popular Egg-stravaganza egg-hunt is returning to Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and EPCOT from … Continue reading
You knew these were coming, two new topiary will be gracing this year’s EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival. Queen Elsa and her sister Anna from the land of Arendelle are the latest Disney characters to be made into topiary. … Continue reading
As sure as the Earth goes round our sun, Disney’s US theme parks have raised their admission prices again. As predicted the Walt Disney World one-day ticket price for the Magic Kingdom broke the $100 barrier increasing by $6 to … Continue reading
We’re just a few days away from the March 4th start of the EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival. As usual, work starts a couple weeks early as flower beds are planted and structures are loaded in. Here’s one booth near … Continue reading