DIS Unplugged Podcast – 06/20/17 – Disney World Show

| June 20, 2017

In this episode, Monorail Blue had a case of the Mondays over this past week, Bob Iger seems pleased with the first year of Shanghai Disneyland, and the Disney Dining Plan will start including specialty non-alcoholic beverages and alcoholic beverages! Want to get in touch? Check out our contact page.


06/20/17 – WDW News + Keeping the Magic Alive: [Download Mp3]

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  • danlb_2000

    In the podcast they mentioned a rumor that the piece that fell off the monorail had recently been replaced with a wood part. Even though it may look like wood in the picture it’s probably fiberglass which would be consistent with part of the monorail shell breaking off.

  • Carolyn Frye Turner

    My family and I just stayed at the Poly for the first time. As DVC members we go every year. My 13 year old son seems to be “losing the Magic,” but I cannot stand the thought of missing our yearly Disney vacation. We were thinking that next year we will stay on Disney property and maybe add a day or two to Universal. It seems pretty pricey to do this, but maybe that would shake up the vacation a bit. What are the team’s thoughts on this. I enjoyed your discussion about this topic, and I feel like I find ways every year to make the vacation special, but I want my children to continue to enjoy it. My 17 year old son is a true Disney fan and he loves every minute of it. My husband hates the cost, but loves the trip. By the way, the monorail does stink!!!

  • Evelyn Mayer

    I pray I never lose the Disney Magic but have found that since I go about every 2 years that exploring it with different people really increases the Disney Magic for me. I have been fortunate to be able to take my niece and nephew on 3 Disney trips to celebrate milestones in their lives from the age of 5 to 18. Each Disney adventure is different as they are different and the parks are too. Next trip is fall 2018 as they will be 21 and want to explore the World as adults. I just got back from a week long adventure June 10 – 17 and explored it for 5 days with my godchildren on their first adventure. Seeing the 6 year old meet Mickey Mouse for the first time or the 11 year scream in excitement to ride Splash Mountain for the first time and the moment that when the 1 year old shouted out Donald Duck are all magical moments none of us will forget, Luckily I was able to do a few days solo also and when I left the Magic Kingdom on my last day I had tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat so I hope that the Magic NEVER goes away.




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