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Tag Archives: spring
from Instagram Something about the springtime at the Magic Kingdom makes me think of Dole Whips. That beautiful blooming tree doesn’t hurt either. Do you prefer the classic pineapple flavor or the orange? I’ll admit the orange and vanilla swirl … Continue reading
There is no more colorful theme park than EPCOT when the Flower & Garden festival is in full bloom. For 20 years it has been a must stop destination for Disney fans who also appreciated the colors of spring, talents … Continue reading
The 2012 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival will begin blooming soon. In just over a month the park will roll out its 19th festival and the third with HGTV as a sponsor. I think it’s been a great partnership … Continue reading
Some of the changes coming to this years 18th annual EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival includes an expanded butterfly garden, new topiaries, and HGTV stars. The festival runs March 2-May 15 and will feature over thirty million blooms, half a … Continue reading