Stitch’s Great Escape at the Magic Kingdom never really felt like it belonged at the park. The attraction was based on a child friendly film, featuring one of the most popular characters to be created by Disney since Donald Duck, and featured a science fiction… Read More »Stitch’s Great Escape at Magic Kingdom to operate on seasonal basis, may close forever
What a better way to kick off Summer than with a new lyric video for Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride from Disney’s animated classic “Lilo & Stitch.” In the film Lilo, Nani, David, and Stitch are having a nice relaxing surfing day. The song was performed… Read More »Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride Lyric Video
It’s the newest holiday tradition – ugly Christmas sweaters. Okay, it might be an old tradition for your uncle George, but you too can get in on the unfashionable fashion trend with some awe inspiring new designs. First, over on TeeFury, there is a new… Read More »Celebrate the holidays with the latest in unfashionable ugly Christmas sweaters
Out of the dozens of rides and shows that make up the attraction mix at Walt Disney World resort, there are bound to be some that are least favored among park guests. These attractions might be passed their prime, uninspired, or just plain bad. But… Read More »The five worst attractions at Walt Disney World
I really can’t believe it, but it has already been 10 years since the Magic Kingdom installed the little blue alien creature Stitch in Tomorrowland and the former home of Mission to Mars and Alien Encounter. Foxfurr at Passport to Dreams blog is out with… Read More »Ten Years of Stitch’s Great Escape
He’s an alien who knows how to get into trouble. But in the end everything is alright because Ohana means family. Our learn to draw subject this week is Stitch from Disney animated feature Lilo & Stitch. Today we’re led by Character Artist Heather Worley… Read More »Learn to Draw: Stitch
Every year my mother and I travel to “The World” and go resort hopping to check out the Christmas Decorations…but mostly to see the beautiful Gingerbread creations the resorts create. This year was no different. We started at the Boardwalk at around 12:15. (Tip #1: Don’t be afraid to explore hotels! Even though there are guards before you enter the parking lot, they are more than happy to let you in if you say you want to check it out!)
Boardwalk is the newest to the Gingerbread party. They have recently found their “niche” with a Gingerbread gazebo. This year’s main character was Stitch, with Donald playing a supporting role as Santa coming down the chimney. A train circles the gazebo with each of the cars representing a store or restaurant on the Boardwalk. (Tip #2: All Gingerbread displays have Hidden Mickey’s! Look at the sign in front of the display to see how many there are to find!)
This they have also added a store. When I went, they were only selling Stollen Bread and Mini-Gingerbread houses. I have heard they will start having more of a variety of products soon, but I can’t confirm that. The store has a cute Stitch overlay as well. Thanks to the cast member for smiling for the picture!
After that we took a stroll along the boardwalk, heading left. We looked around in the store for a bit, received a lecture from a Disney Vacation Club cast member, and then entered the Yacht Club. Yes, I know, the Yacht Club doesn’t have a gingerbread…well anything! None the less, we go every year, since it is next to the Beach Club.
I know this is a few months old, but it’s new for me. A great re-cut fan trailer for Stitch if it was a Horror movie: Hey, they could re-theme Stitch’s Great Escape back to Alien Encounter without changing the AAs.