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Tag Archives: theme park
As Walt Disney World moves closer to fully implementing it $2 billion Next-Gen technology MyMobile Magic, having high speed internet connection for your mobile phone becomes more important than ever. So I’m not at all surprised that Disney and AT&T … Continue reading
Asaka, Braille, Nitty and Pipsqueak, four female sub-adult manatees, were happily released into the warm waters of Eddy Creek on Thursday July 18, 2013 by SeaWorld Orlando’s Rescue Team. Three of these manatees were rescued in December of 2012 after … Continue reading
Nicole says: Have you ever had such an amazing day at Disney that you wished you could hit rewind and do it all over again? This video was inspired by many happy memories at the Happiest Place On Earth. I … Continue reading
Is it time for Disneyland Paris to get an extreme theme park makeover? Parcorama makes a strong case for it. Last week I spent a couple of days at Disneyland Paris. Just before the summer season, when the resort state … Continue reading