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Tag Archives: monorail
Video has rolled in off the internets of The Avengers monorail on the track at Walt Disney World. This was shot yesterday. Thanks to Jeff and Denise from MouseSteps for the above video. Here’s another video from Inside the Magic … Continue reading
First there was the Tronorail, now we have the Avengerail? Avengorail? Whatever. Disney officially announced today what had been rumored for a few months, an monorail of the fleet will get a wrap treatment for the new Disney/Marvel movie The … Continue reading
It’s become something of a running joke at Walt Disney World, the company files papers, clears land, and even begins work on the next Disney Vacation Club (DVC) hotel before they ‘officially’ announce it. By that time, anyone who wanted … Continue reading
With the recent announcement of an Avatar themed land and attractions coming to Disney’s Animal Kingdoms and the troubled opening of Disney’s first Hawaiian resort, Aulani, a lot of the conversation has settled on the types of risks the Walt … Continue reading