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Tiki Room Refurb

The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland was the first attraction to utlize animatronic figures on a large scale. Since it’s 1963 opening the birds have been entertaining thousands of guests daily. In the 90s an edit was performed on the show to bring it down… Read More »Tiki Room Refurb

Disneyland with Disabilities…

The Los Angeles Times continues in their coverage of Disneyland’s shifting policies concerning the Special Assistance Pass, now the Guest Assistance Pass. (The somewhat abused, but much needed pass that helped those with disabilities to enjoy their visit to Disneyland.)

Read the rest of the post for my editorial on the current system.

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Walt Disney World with a Bullet

Looks like some sour grapes from the folks at Universal Orlando and Seaworld. Instead of supporting a bullet train that will efficiently bring guests into the tourist region of Orlando allowing more time for said guests to spend money shopping, dining, etc., they are opposing… Read More »Walt Disney World with a Bullet

Bye Bye Fastpass!!!

And there was much rejoicing. Jay takes a hard look at the ’03 numbers now that FastPass has been established for several years. Jay is surprised to learn that not only did the quantum leaps in customer spending and satisfaction failed to materialize for the… Read More »Bye Bye Fastpass!!!

One CM at WDW

Meet Dustin. Dustin is a Cast Member at Epcot. He’s part of the College Program and he has a blog. I’m fascinated by the experiences of everyday Cast Members. How do they motivate themselves everyday? What kind of jobs do they enjoy? What don’t they like about their work? etc…. I personally have never worked for the mouse, but I would like to someday when the timing is right. So in the meantime, I follow a number of these online journals placed out there for the world to read by Disney Cast Members.

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