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Have a long photo update from Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World this week. At least two parts, possibly three. So let’s get right to it. Click to Embiggen. Cinderella Castle is looking particularly lovely after the holiday lights have … Continue reading
Have a long update from our visit to the Magic Kingdom this weekend. So long it’s going to take at least two posts (Update: here’s part two) to get it all in. Nearly every pic has a larger version if … Continue reading
Ack! It’s the next weekend and I still haven’t uploaded my last photo update from Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. But better late than never, right? I knew I wasn’t going to be able to make it back to the … Continue reading
Continuing our stroll through Walt Disney World… Part one had a bunch of Fantasyland Expansion photos, let’s start with a few more: A lot of rock work is still underway, but those trees you see in the foreground are newly … Continue reading