The hurricane prediction team has revised its forecast for the 2012 season that began yesterday. Previously, they believed there would be 10 named storms, with 3 major storms. Now they have upped that number to 13. Considering there have already been 2 storms this year,… Read More »Hurricane Forecast Revised Upward
“The Art of Vacationing” considers what would happen if Goofy planned a vacation to Disneyland. A loving homage to the classic Goofy “Art Of” how-to animated shorts, this is a real cute video from Disneyland that deserves to go viral. Help out by sharing it… Read More »Goofy and Disneyland Pay Homage to Classic Shorts in “The Art of Vacationing”
I recently posted a roundup on the ever popular souvenir t-shirts, but that’s not all that’s new at Walt Disney World. We’ve got hats, mickey ears, bow-ties, pajamas and more in this merchandise update. If you see something you like, be sure to check the Disney Store as they do carry some theme park merchandise these days.
Conceived to help alleviate some of the stress on Cinderella’s Royal Table, the Be Our Guest restaurant will transport guests into the world of Beauty & The Beast, one of Walt Disney Animation’s most loved movies. In this video, provided by WDI, Senior Concept Designer… Read More »A Special Preview of the “Be Our Guest” Restaurant in New Fantasyland
Coming in early March, Fastpass will have new rules that, really, go back to the roots of the Fastpass system. Now, you can enter the Fastpass queue up to 5 minutes before your selected time window and until 15 minutes after your window. I know… Read More »New Fastpass, How Strategies Might Change
Does cold weather have you dreaming of your next trip to Walt Disney World? Well put down those hand warmers and pick up a guidebook. Whether it’s your first trip or your fiftieth, The Complete Walt Disney World 2012 by Julie & Mike Neal is… Read More »The Complete Walt Disney World 2012 Review and Giveaway
Imagine you’re going out to your favorite Italian restaurant where you got engaged, had your wedding reception, and now eat every Sunday with friends and family for a lovely Prix-fix meal. There’s the roving accordion player, the bottles of imported Chianti on every table, and… Read More »A Hair Raising Analogy