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Tag Archives: expansion
Yesterday I had the great privilege to get a tour of the New Fantasyland expansion from Walt Disney Imagineer Chris Beatty. No photo or video was allowed on that tour, but Disney has made available the following two very recent … Continue reading
Took a stroll through the Magic Kingdom over the weekend and discovered that things are really in high gear throughout most of the new Fantasyland expansion project. Here are photos with some of the highlights (all the photos have larger … Continue reading
Popped into the Magic Kingdom for a late afternoon stroll and was surprised to see how much work has progressed in the last two weeks. Not only has the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster gone vertical, but lots of little … Continue reading
In the recent company annual meeting Disney CEO Bob Iger touted an expansion at Hong Kong Disneyland that would double its size. He may have been slightly exaggerating there. But it is a much needed addition. Here’s the latest video … Continue reading