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Tag Archives: garden
Yesterday we got a special preview of the Horticulture and Garden tour at Disneyland, today we meet one of the cast members who keeps everything looking magical in the latest video from “Every Role a Starring Role” Following in the … Continue reading
Back in the day when I used to haunt the original Disneyland park in Anaheim, I looked to take whatever walking tour Guest Relations would offer. If there was no new tour on the horizon, there was often an unofficial … Continue reading
An ocean theme is evident this year. I took a walk around EPCOT today to see how much progress has been made toward the popular Flower & Garden Festival that opens each spring at the theme park. This year marks … Continue reading
An elaborate “Cinderellabration” topiary and an environmentally friendly Green Garden bring fresh springtime flair to the 16th annual Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, presented by Disneynature, March 18-May 31, 2009. Amid a colorful tableau of flowers, plants and topiaries, … Continue reading