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WDW is trying out the new tram doors that have been at Disneyland for about a year. There is one of Disney’s Florida theme parks I’ve been neglecting. I haven’t been to Disney’s Animal Kingdom since April. Turns out DAK … Continue reading
Disney knows a good thing when they see one. Getting guests to visit Walt Disney World resort without a car means they’re much less likely to leave the resort during their vacation, which means more money in Disney’s pocket. Now, … Continue reading
I somehow missed the news that three unions at Disneyland Paris were on the verge of a Christmas week strike. The strike began on the 23rd, one of the busiest days of the year for the parks, over demands for … Continue reading
Princess Tiana appears in a horse drawn carriage fit for an American Princess. Yesterday marked the official opening of a 15 week run for Tiana’s Showboat Jubilee at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. As I posted earlier, the show envelopes guests … Continue reading