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Tag Archives: rapunzel
Yesterday we looked in on the progress of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, the last piece of New Fantasyland and scheduled to open sometime in 2014. But before that day arrives, there’s one other element of the New Fantasyland changes … Continue reading
It’s time to take a look at the progress made on the next major expansion of Fantasyland – The Tangled Toilets. Since we last checked in, they’ve added many more details from the films, some trees, benches, and mist fans … Continue reading
March 12th has been announced as the official opening date for Fantasy Faire, the princess meet and greet expansion of Disneyland’s Fantasyland. Two of Disney’s princesses just couldn’t wait and stopped by for a visit and a photo shoot.
It might take some amazing self-control but you’ll still have to wait a bit for the next big attraction to hit the Magic Kingdom. Yes the Rapunzel restrooms are nearing completion. We have new photos showing how much work has … Continue reading