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Tag Archives: themepark
The Magic Kingdom is getting a new parade in March, but this week we’ve been treated to a special preview of a few of the gorgeous floats and designer costumes that will set Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade apart from … Continue reading
I’m down here in Disney World right now for Disney’s Earmark Conference, which is a conference for Disney travel agents, and I’m writing this from the balcony of my room at the Contemporary Resort–not a bad place to write, although … Continue reading
We talked last week about how Universal Orlando Resort plans to hold Disney’s feet to the fire by continuing its investment in the parks. Today I want to discuss a way you can tell if Universal is making progress in … Continue reading
There’s one thing Universal Orlando wants you to know. It is not content playing second fiddle to Disney’s Orlando theme parks. They want to challenge for the lead, well, they at least want to close the gap between them and … Continue reading