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Back when Big Thunder Mountain Railroad re-opened after its latest refurbishment, there was a lot of speculation about exactly what those nondescript boxes were in the queue. Obviously, they were temporary place holders until something better could be installed, but … Continue reading
The last wing to open at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is actually the first set of buildings built. Of course, it was still called “Pop Century – Legendary Years” at the time. Later these buildings became known as Disney’s … Continue reading
The Disney World Moms Panel is going into its fifth year of providing travel advice and has now expanded to include Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland, and RunDisney (among other topics). The next panel is even looking to add someone with … Continue reading
Update Monday at 4PM: Debby is now predicted to soar across Florida north of Orlando slowly over the next five days. However, the storm is not forecast to grow into a hurricane strength storm. Disney has closed Typhoon Lagoon, but … Continue reading