As we reported earlier this month, Fulton’s Crab House will be closing in early April for a six month refurbishment, hopefully bringing in line with the new story of the town of Disney Springs (and likely upgrading both the kitchen and the dining experience). For… Read More »National Surf n Turf Day special from Fulton’s Crab House at Disney Springs
Last night’s Modern Family was very timely. February 29th, or Leap Day, because a new Dunphy family holiday. But Phil was upset to see that the women of his house had developed the same “cycle.” The plan was to take the entire family to trapeze… Read More »Modern Family: Season 3, Episode 17 – Leap Day
Yes, believe it or not, I’m at the Magic Kingdom for Leap Day 2012. The park is open for 24 hours (6am to 6am) for the One More Disney Day bi-coastal event. I don’t know if I’m going to make it all 24 hours, but you have to be here early, like I was this morning, in order to give it a try.
My main goal is to get as much of the Sorcerers of The Magic Kingdom finished as possible. I’m not the only one with that idea. The queue for Space Mountain was shorter than SotMK for a while this morning.
As I go through the day I’ll come back and add any commentary or breaking news to this thread. I’ll be in the park overnight (at least that’s the plan). If you’re in the park and you see me tweeting as @TheDisneyBlog, please come over and say howdy.
There are plenty of Disneyland events that longtime Disney theme parks fans remember fondly (no, the Light Magic ‘premier’ isn’t one of them). One of the most talked about events, even today, is the 60-hour event for the 1987 opening of Star Tours at Disneyland.… Read More »Leap Year Brings Return of Fan Favorite 24-hour Day to Disneyland and Magic Kingdom