As I’ve said many times, it’s amazing how a relatively quiet day can be suddenly blown up by the Disney news wire. Several Disney executives are being moved around effective February 1st. Read on after the break to find out who’s moving where and what it could mean for Walt Disney World.
The grand-daddy of them all is just around the corner. This weekend tens of thousands of runners from all over the world will descend on Walt Disney World for runDisney’s biggest event of the year, Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend. Comprised of several races, a huge health and fitness expo, and a number of running [...]
It seems like Disney always has something new to collect. I remember years ago it was trading pins. You’d see guests (myself included) scour the shops for that hot pin, attend pin trading events, and create elaborate portfolios showcasing their treasures. As of lately, Mickey Ear Hats seem to be the next fad with a [...]
“Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children.” — Walt Disney Image: Experience real physics on thrilling attractions. Form a team to solve conservation challenges. Discover new cultures of the world. Explore careers and a new way of thinking with Walt Disney Imagineering. These are just a few of the opportunities available [...]
This week, Pete and Dustin discuss their first experience at Epcot for all of the New Year’s Eve festivities. Also, Kevin and John give their review of the new Monsieur Paul restaurant at France in Epcot’s World Showcase. All that plus this week’s news, housekeeping, and roundtable rapid-fire on this edition of The DIS Unplugged. Want [...]
The year of 2013 is already going to be special in Disney Parks on both coasts of the United States. With the expansion of the New Fantasyland in Walt Disney World and the first full year of the re-imagined Disney California Adventure, guests will find themselves all smiles amidst the excitement. However, Disney is taking [...]
As we descend on the busiest week of the year at Walt Disney World (the week between Christmas and New Years) we often think of park crowds and how we can best navigate around them, especially on Christmas Day. Let me help you out here…Simply put, it’s going to be busy and crowded. I’m not [...]