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Tag Archives: storybook circus
The Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station has officially opened at the Magic Kingdom and with it arrived a circus of fun to Storybook Circus. The Water Play area contains playful camels (what is it with Imagineering and spitting camels?), … Continue reading
I’m back from a whirlwind tour of the Magic Kingdom on Sunday. Managed to sneak in a little Sorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom with my son, rode a few rides and scoped out changes across the park. And there is … Continue reading
There was a lot to see on my latest walk through the Magic Kingdom. They’re moving at a quick pace now to get ready for a July opening for a few attractions and a ‘holiday’ opening for more of new … Continue reading
Took a stroll through the Magic Kingdom over the weekend and discovered that things are really in high gear throughout most of the new Fantasyland expansion project. Here are photos with some of the highlights (all the photos have larger … Continue reading