Blog and pictures by Mike Holland Sporting their best Mickey Ears and Disney Cruise Line apparel, a dedicated crowd of DISers and DCL fans found their way to the Port of Galveston to welcome the Disney Magic to Texas. The Magic was sporting a 200 gallon cowboy hat on top of the Mickey head on the second [...]
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Burned out from the the grind of life in the IT world, plus summer in Florida characterized by busy theme parks, “surface of the sun” hot weather, and daily rainstorms, I was in desperate need of a vacation. So, when I had the opportunity to jump on a FL resident rate on the August 24th [...]
Disney released its third quarter earnings report today. As usually happens, along with the written report Disney Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bob Iger and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jay Rasulo held an “earnings call” to announce the results and answer questions from investment company representatives. (A transcript of the call will be released in a [...]
D23: The Official Disney Fan Club will begin selling tickets for their next D23 Expo on Thursday, August 9th. The Expo will open one year later and run from Aug. 9-11, 2013, at the Anaheim Convention Center. The D23 Expo celebrates the entire world of Disney entertainment and brings together all parts of The Walt [...]
Have you ever cruised with a large number of friends? Have you ever wanted to meet some of your online friends in person? Keep reading to hear about my experience as I recently cruised on the Disney Dream with several hundred of my new best friends.
Our family just returned from a cruise on the Disney Fantasy where one of our ports of call was Disney’s private island Castaway Cay. My wife and I had been discussing the idea of running the Castaway Cay 5k. This is a scheduled run that takes place during most stops at Castaway Cay. Disney first [...]
Disney has hammered out a proposed settlement with the visually impaired guests. In their lawsuit, the guests alleged that Disney’s U.S. theme parks and its website(s) fail to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and California law. I’ve written two prior posts about this class action lawsuit. The first was when the federal judge [...]