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Disney Movie schedule 2018

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 23:06
Here is the Walt Disney movie schedule for the year

Black Panther Feb 9 A Wrinkle In Time March 9
Avengers-Infinity War May 4 Solo May 25
Incredibles 2 June 15 Ant Man and the Wasp July 6
"Christopher Robin" Aug 3 Nutcracker and the Four Realms Nov 2
Wreck It Ralph 2 Nov 21 Mary Poppins Dec 21
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Crowds and weather Jan 20th-27th

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 21:50
My family will be traveling to WDW 1/20-1/27. First time we've been this exact week. Any opinions about weather and crowds? We're afraid we're afraid it's going to be cold and crowded!
Thank you in advance.
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Florida Air Museum - Lakeland

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 21:38
I had an opportunity today to visit the Florida Air Museum in Lakeland. This small museum is located a little over an hour driving time southwest of Disney World in Lakeland Florida.

We spent about 1-1/2 hours in the museum which, from their website, is about the time for a typical visit. There are a number of aircraft displayed outside the museum which are interesting to see. The interior of the museum is, essentially, one large room featuring aircraft on floor level and suspended above. In addition to the aircraft on display, there are propellers and aircraft engines to be viewed. There are some Howard Hughes artifacts such as his office desk. The location also has a small gift shop featuring aircraft related items for sale.

While there is no restaurant on site, there is space outside to sit at benches and eat food you bring with you. Before entering the museum, we went to Hallback's Bar and Grill located in the terminal of the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport. Although both the museum and the restaurant abut the airport, the restaurant is on the opposite of the airport so it about a 10-15 minutes drive from the museum. The restaurant overlooks the runways of the airport. The booth in which we were seated also had headphones available so that one could listen to the pilots who fly in and out of this airport. We found the food to be decent.

It was very uncrowded the day we visited but, there are times, when crowds could be an issue. For example, the Fun 'n Sun International Flyin will take place here in April. I'm told that the week of this event brings in 4000 airplanes making it one of the busiest airports that week and that this event is the second largest of its type in the world.
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Caribbean Beach in Nov.

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 17:38
:goofy:

We are beginning to plan a Nov.-Dec. 2018 vacation, and love the CBR, however when starting our research we found that virtually every room in the resort was not available for 11/28-12/4. I thought you could only make reservations 6 months in advance. Even if that is erroneous, why would the resort be booked this far in advance?

Thanks for any info. Can't wait for Toy Story Land.

:newyear:
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Must Haves

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 16:08
What are your must have items in the parks? Mine is a cell phone charger, chapstick and my waterbottle holder (I HATE sweaty water bottles)

How about you?

Nanc
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Booking dessert parties

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 15:39
Hi there. Wondering when you can book the dessert parties? We have made our ADR's but haven't been able to book the dessert party yet. Any ideas when they open those up? TIA!
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Resort busses

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 14:56
Do the resort busses go to the ESPN Zone/expo?
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Warcraft, Disneyland and Beaches Final Thoughts

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 13:07
If you want to see pics of the trip, just click on my homepage, go to Pictures & Videos and look for California Trip, November, 2017.

The trip was fun, but I think I will be skipping Disneyland for a while. I was more than ready to leave when we walked out for the final time. I do have two trips to Disney World coming up, so that may have something to do with it.

THE GOOD

Once again, it was amazing to see Disney through the eyes of someone who has never been. DR was pretty indifferent to Disney before the trip and couldn't understand my excitement. Now he just drinks in all the details when my daughter and I discuss plans for her wedding planning trip in Disney World. DR's kids will be with us during her actual wedding trip in October, and he can't wait to show them this whole new world. A dazzling place I never knew . . .

I love the fact that DS27 drove 6 hours to spend a few days at Disneyland with me, keeping the tradition of riding BTMRR with him going strong. He's the third generation of Disney lovers in our family, so we must be doing something right. :D Additionally, DDIL and her mother had a great time reacquainting her mom with Disney. I'm pretty sure it won't be another 20 years before she goes back.

Goofy's Kitchen - amazing as always. This was one of the biggest reasons that I chose to give Disneyland another try, and it didn't disappoint. We went twice this trip, and I still could have gone back a third time.

Downtown Disney Restaurants - Delicious food and great service at Jazz Kitchen, ESPN Zone and Rainforest Café. DR still talks about how great the food was at Jazz Kitchen. Another must-do that didn't fail us.

Beso del Sol - I was a little iffy about this place at first, but it turned out to be a wonderful, relaxing base of operations.

Fantasmic - the dragon is ALIVE! Enough said. The pirate ship was pretty cool too.

Surf City Nights - A great little street fair. I will definitely return if I go back to Huntington Beach.

Guardians of the Galaxy Dance-Off - This was a huge hit with everyone.

Star Wars character greets - With so many Star Wars fans in our group, this was a huge win.

Blue Bayou - the best atmosphere in all of Disneyland with a seat next to the water. I can still see the fireflies twinkling and hear the frogs croaking.

Soundsational Parade - DR was mesmerized by this. I was impressed with the way they blended the music from one song to the next.



THE BAD

No pants for sale - I really, really can't believe that there aren't any to be found any more.

Holiday season - The holidays at Disneyland were so hyped up that I was expecting something magical. Other than some Christmas decorations and changes to a couple of rides, there wasn't really anything new. I was pretty disappointed.

Photopass photographers - The quality of the pictures was pretty hit and miss. Also, they didn't offer to do any of the "extras". I had to ask them to do shots with the balloons, characters in the palm, etc - except for Groot. The photopass photographer in front of Guardians of the Galaxy was doing a great job with everyone.

Souvenirs - I wandered through World of Disney a few times and nothing really caught my eye. It seems like Disney stuff is getting more and more generic.

Downtown Disney's movie theater - I admit I am a little spoiled. Here in Phoenix, your movie theater can include reclining seats where you are practically lying down, a nice hot dinner delivered to your seat, fresh baked goods, and/or alcoholic beverages. This theater can really be updated to be more on par with those ideas.

Fantasmic Dining Package at the Hungry Bear - Ridiculous things like being able to get coleslaw and order a side of French fries, but not the other way around. Helping sizes that probably wouldn't satisfy my two year old granddaughter's appetite. Being directed to a line in a dark corner where you can't even see the menu. There's better places to eat at Disneyland.


THE UGLY
Some castmembers - Some of them were a new level of rude.

RunDisney - I will NEVER, EVER, EVER, EVER be anywhere near a Disney park during a RunDisney event. The difficulty finding where you are supposed to park, the ridiculously long time to get there, the mass of people in the park making it difficult to even move around. Nope, not doing that again, ever.

Merchandise - there was some awesome stuff for kids, but no equivalent in adult sizes such as Star Lord's jacket in the gift shop at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy. I had two HUGE Guardians of the Galaxy fans, and they walked out of the gift shop empty handed. Everything they wanted was child sized.

HONORABLE MENTIONS
Alamo Inn and Suites - a little older, but still very nice

Blizzcon- DR was in heaven

Old World Village - It was small but made for a very nice, relaxing evening.

The Lego Store - I still love the Maleficent dragon and Prince Philip on his horse.
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‘grown-ish’ premieres on Freeform tomorrow night, watch new featurette and trailer

TheDisneyBlog.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 12:38

ABC’s hit family comedy “black-ish” has its first spinoff. “grown-ish” follows Zoey (portrayed by Yara Shahidi), the eldest child of Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross), as she heads off to college. The show promises to be a contemporary take on the current issues facing both students and...

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16-bit Star Wars: The Last Jedi imagines film as Video Game

TheDisneyBlog.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 12:20

Here’s a fun way to kick off the new year. Animator John Stratman recreated the fantastic finale from Star Wars: The Last Jedi as if it was a Nintendo Game, complete with 16-bit graphics. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, this does contain spoilers about the final scenes. It...

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DIS Unplugged Podcast – 01/02/18 – Disney World Show

disunplugged.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 08:00
In this episode, The Hall of Presidents receives its first protest worth noticing, Disney doubles their Share Your Ears donation, and we discuss six reasons why 2018 may be the best reason to visit Walt Disney World! Want to get in touch? Check out our contact page. Podcasts 01/02/18 – Walt Disney World Discussion: [Download Mp3] Show [...]
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New image from Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns surfaces

TheDisneyBlog.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 05:08

Next Christmas we’ll all be unwrapping a big present from Walt Disney Studios in the form of Mary Poppins Returns – a long awaited sequel to the original Walt Disney classic. The film stars Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins and Lin-Manuel Miranda as Jack the streetlamp lighter. Disney is slowly...

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AP questions

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 04:57
Will my annual pass be on my magicband? Is parking included with an annual pass?
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Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time special preview coming to Anaheim and Orlando

TheDisneyBlog.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 04:21

Disneyland and Walt Disney World guests are often able to add a preview of the company’s upcoming movies to their vacations. The next preview opportunity will be for Disney’s epic adventure “A Wrinkle in Time.” Exclusive clips will show along with the official trailer for the film. At Disney California...

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Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time new TV Spot and Motion posters

TheDisneyBlog.com - Tue, 2018-01-02 03:38

One of Disney’s most anticipated films in early 2018 is the big screen adaption of Madeleine L’Engle’s “A Wrinkle in Time.” The Ava DuVernay directed film features a screenplay by Jennifer Lee (Frozen) and a bunch of big names from the acting pantheon. It also gives Storm Reid her first...

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Disney Gift Cards

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-01-01 20:05
Since it's a new year you know there have to be new discounts on gift cards.

Effective today through March 31
Discover Card: 5% cash back on warehouse clubs up to $1500. Since BJ's and Sam's Club already discount their cards about 3.5% this brings your savings to a little over 8.5%. BJ's does not require a membership but charges $5 s/h to non-members. Sam's does require a membership.

Chase Freedom: 5% cash back on ApplePay & ChasePay up to $1500. I use this to buy Walmart gift cards via ChasePay and then use those GC to buy my Disney cards at Sam's.
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Disney Gift Cards

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-01-01 20:05
Since it's a new year you know there have to be new discounts on gift cards.

Effective today through March 31
Discover Card: 5% cash back on warehouse clubs up to $1500. Since BJ's and Sam's Club already discount their cards about 3.5% this brings your savings to a little over 8.5%. BJ's does not require a membership but charges $5 s/h to non-members. Sam's does require a membership.

Chase Freedom: 5% cash back on ApplePay & ChasePay up to $1500. I use this to buy Walmart gift cards via ChasePay and then use those GC to buy my Disney cards at Sam's.
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18 New Disney Experiences and Events to Plan for in 2018

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-01-01 18:49
:party2::party: Happy New Year and Happy Vacation Planning :party::party2:


Here's 18 New Experiences and Events to Plan for at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and the Disney Cruise Line in 2018:

18-Disney After Hours Event Nights Return to Magic Kingdom Park in 2018


Disney After Hours event nights will return to Magic Kingdom Park on January 19, 26, and 30, February 8 and 15, March 1 and 8. This separately ticketed event takes place after the park closes and is only open to a limited number of guests (which means much shorter lines) at 25 attractions and experiences.

17-Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival Expands to 6 Weeks in 2018


Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival will return March 2 through April 12, 2018, bringing delicious cuisine, specialty beverages and exciting entertainment to Disneyland Resort guests for its third season. The culinary festival will expand to six weeks, with more days for guests to enjoy the flavors of the Golden State. More than a dozen Festival Marketplaces will feature California-inspired tastes and sips. Guests will experience presentations and demonstrations with celebrity chefs such as Robert Irvine and Alex Guarnaschelli; food and beverage tastings; winemaker dinners; beer, wine and spirit seminars – all in addition to live music, entertainment and special activities throughout the festival.

16-Disney Cruise Line Visits New Destinations in Summer and Fall 2018

Disney Cruise Line offers families a chance to see the world and explore magnificent destinations in 2018, including first-time visits to ports in Italy and Ireland during the summer and to Bermuda and Quebec City, Canada in the fall. Throughout the year, Disney Cruise Line will return to popular destinations in the Caribbean and Bahamas, Alaska, Europe, Canada and Mexican Riviera.

15-Disney Springs Will Welcome Eight New Dining Locations

A total of eight exciting dining locations will be open for business at Disney Springs in 2018. By year end, Guests will be able to choose to dine at The Edison, Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante, Enzo’s Hideaway, Pizza Ponte, Terralina Crafted Italian, Wine Bar George, Jaleo, and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill.

14-Disney’s Animal Kingdom Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

Walt Disney World’s theme park dedicated to celebrating life in the animal kingdom will mark a milestone 20th anniversary on Earth Day, April 22, this year. A replacement for Flights of Wonders has already been announced as part of the celebration, however; more elements are expected to commemorate this Wild milestone.

13-Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort Enhancements Will Debut Summer 2018

Several areas of Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort are currently undergoing enhancements, including a transformation for the resort’s existing lobby, an expansion of Centertown Market, and the addition of a new Caribbean-inspired restaurant and pool bar. Guests may expect to see the results of this re-imagining beginning this Summer.

12-Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts Expands for 2018 Run

Epcot’s art festival returns for a second year, with this year’s event offering seminars, workshops classes on drawing animation, photography and the art of making topiaries. Guests can also enjoy world-class cuisine at the food studios, or enjoy a Disney on Broadway series performance. This expanded festival will run daily January 12 - February 19, 2018.

11-ESPN Wide World of Sports To Expand

ESPN Wide World of Sports will open a new multi-use sports and entertainment venue in 2018. It will seat more than 8,000 guests and have the ability to host six regulation basketball courts, six regulation volleyball courts or concert configurations. For cheer and dance events, it will accommodate performance and warm-up space and include a flexible design for one large competition space that can be set up for as many as four competition areas. Additional areas can be tailored for warm-up and practice, along with areas for judges and officials. There will be concessions throughout the building, and additional box office and entry to the complex.

10-New Christmastime & Winter Holiday Season Events Will Return

Christmastime and Holiday Season events introduced in 2017 are scheduled to return in 2018. The Epcot International Festival of the Holidays and the Flurry of Fun celebration Disney’s Hollywood Studios are set to celebrate a second Christmas & Holiday Season.

9-New Experiences Coming to Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort in Early 2018

New dining and entertainment experiences are coming to Downtown Disney District very soon, including Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire by ILMxLAB and The VOID and Splitsville Luxury Lanes. D-Street will also be reimagined into a retail space that offers Disney fans a variety of Disney-themed home goods.

8-Pixar Fest Brings Celebration of Friendship Throughout Disneyland Resort

Beginning April 13, 2018, this limited-time celebration of friendship and beyond will feature the debut of an all-new “Together Forever – A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular” and the return of two favorite parades as well as even more beloved Pixar characters, new décor, atmosphere entertainment, themed food and beverage and new merchandise items.

7-Pixar Pier Will Debut Summer 2018


This summer will bring a transformed land for guests to experience at Disney California Adventure park when Pixar Pier opens along the southern shore of Paradise Bay, with newly themed attractions, foods and merchandise throughout. This new, permanent land in the area that is now Paradise Pier will introduce four new neighborhoods representing beloved Disney·Pixar stories: “The Incredibles,” “Toy Story,” “Inside Out” and a fourth neighborhood that will be a celebration of many of your favorite Pixar stories.

6-Rapunzel’s Royal Table Debuts on the Disney Magic in March 2018

Exciting new spaces and experiences designed for guests of all ages are coming to the Disney Magic cruise ship in March 2018, including an enchanting dining experience for families at Rapunzel’s Royal Table. The first table service restaurant themed to “Tangled” that features characters and live entertainment will transport guests to the kingdom of Corona for an evening of music and interactive fun.

5-Star Tours – The Adventures Continue Now Offers Two New Destinations

This attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios now takes passengers to two exciting new destinations: Crait, the site of an epic battle in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Batuu, the remote outpost guests will discover when Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens at the park in 2019.

4-Star Wars Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea Return from January through April 2018

Epic adventures at sea return to Disney Cruise Line with special engagements of two popular events – Star Wars Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea. Spanning two Disney cruise ships, sailing across the Caribbean and Bahamas, these cruises bring Disney and fan-favorite fun to families and guests of all ages.

3-The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary

This year’s festival will run from February 28-May 28. The 90-day event brings with it a multitude of Disney character topiaries, tasty offerings at 15 Outdoor Kitchens, garden tours, the Garden Rocks music series, new kids’ activities, the Egg-Stravaganza scavenger hunt and much more.

2- Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire is Disney Springs Must-Do for Star Wars Fans in 2018

Located in Disney Springs, Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire transports guests deep into the Star Wars universe, allowing them to walk freely and untethered throughout a multisensory experience with friends and family. In groups of four, teams will go undercover as stormtroopers to capture Imperial intelligence vital to the budding rebellion’s survival.

1- Toy Story Land Opens in Summer 2018 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

The stars of this expansion are two new attractions: Alien Swirling Saucers and the Slinky Dog Dash family coaster. Guests can already catch a glimpse of what’s in store inside the park’s Walt Disney Presents attraction, where they can view the model and some attraction vehicle maquettes.
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18 New Disney Experiences and Events to Plan for in 2018

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-01-01 18:49
:party2::party: Happy New Year and Happy Vacation Planning :party::party2:


Here's 18 New Experiences and Events to Plan for at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and the Disney Cruise Line in 2018:

18-Disney After Hours Event Nights Return to Magic Kingdom Park in 2018


Disney After Hours event nights will return to Magic Kingdom Park on January 19, 26, and 30, February 8 and 15, March 1 and 8. This separately ticketed event takes place after the park closes and is only open to a limited number of guests (which means much shorter lines) at 25 attractions and experiences.

17-Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival Expands to 6 Weeks in 2018


Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival will return March 2 through April 12, 2018, bringing delicious cuisine, specialty beverages and exciting entertainment to Disneyland Resort guests for its third season. The culinary festival will expand to six weeks, with more days for guests to enjoy the flavors of the Golden State. More than a dozen Festival Marketplaces will feature California-inspired tastes and sips. Guests will experience presentations and demonstrations with celebrity chefs such as Robert Irvine and Alex Guarnaschelli; food and beverage tastings; winemaker dinners; beer, wine and spirit seminars – all in addition to live music, entertainment and special activities throughout the festival.

16-Disney Cruise Line Visits New Destinations in Summer and Fall 2018

Disney Cruise Line offers families a chance to see the world and explore magnificent destinations in 2018, including first-time visits to ports in Italy and Ireland during the summer and to Bermuda and Quebec City, Canada in the fall. Throughout the year, Disney Cruise Line will return to popular destinations in the Caribbean and Bahamas, Alaska, Europe, Canada and Mexican Riviera.

15-Disney Springs Will Welcome Eight New Dining Locations

A total of eight exciting dining locations will be open for business at Disney Springs in 2018. By year end, Guests will be able to choose to dine at The Edison, Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante, Enzo’s Hideaway, Pizza Ponte, Terralina Crafted Italian, Wine Bar George, Jaleo, and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill.

14-Disney’s Animal Kingdom Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

Walt Disney World’s theme park dedicated to celebrating life in the animal kingdom will mark a milestone 20th anniversary on Earth Day, April 22, this year. A replacement for Flights of Wonders has already been announced as part of the celebration, however; more elements are expected to commemorate this Wild milestone.

13-Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort Enhancements Will Debut Summer 2018

Several areas of Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort are currently undergoing enhancements, including a transformation for the resort’s existing lobby, an expansion of Centertown Market, and the addition of a new Caribbean-inspired restaurant and pool bar. Guests may expect to see the results of this re-imagining beginning this Summer.

12-Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts Expands for 2018 Run

Epcot’s art festival returns for a second year, with this year’s event offering seminars, workshops classes on drawing animation, photography and the art of making topiaries. Guests can also enjoy world-class cuisine at the food studios, or enjoy a Disney on Broadway series performance. This expanded festival will run daily January 12 - February 19, 2018.

11-ESPN Wide World of Sports To Expand

ESPN Wide World of Sports will open a new multi-use sports and entertainment venue in 2018. It will seat more than 8,000 guests and have the ability to host six regulation basketball courts, six regulation volleyball courts or concert configurations. For cheer and dance events, it will accommodate performance and warm-up space and include a flexible design for one large competition space that can be set up for as many as four competition areas. Additional areas can be tailored for warm-up and practice, along with areas for judges and officials. There will be concessions throughout the building, and additional box office and entry to the complex.

10-New Christmastime & Winter Holiday Season Events Will Return

Christmastime and Holiday Season events introduced in 2017 are scheduled to return in 2018. The Epcot International Festival of the Holidays and the Flurry of Fun celebration Disney’s Hollywood Studios are set to celebrate a second Christmas & Holiday Season.

9-New Experiences Coming to Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort in Early 2018

New dining and entertainment experiences are coming to Downtown Disney District very soon, including Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire by ILMxLAB and The VOID and Splitsville Luxury Lanes. D-Street will also be reimagined into a retail space that offers Disney fans a variety of Disney-themed home goods.

8-Pixar Fest Brings Celebration of Friendship Throughout Disneyland Resort

Beginning April 13, 2018, this limited-time celebration of friendship and beyond will feature the debut of an all-new “Together Forever – A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular” and the return of two favorite parades as well as even more beloved Pixar characters, new décor, atmosphere entertainment, themed food and beverage and new merchandise items.

7-Pixar Pier Will Debut Summer 2018


This summer will bring a transformed land for guests to experience at Disney California Adventure park when Pixar Pier opens along the southern shore of Paradise Bay, with newly themed attractions, foods and merchandise throughout. This new, permanent land in the area that is now Paradise Pier will introduce four new neighborhoods representing beloved Disney·Pixar stories: “The Incredibles,” “Toy Story,” “Inside Out” and a fourth neighborhood that will be a celebration of many of your favorite Pixar stories.

6-Rapunzel’s Royal Table Debuts on the Disney Magic in March 2018

Exciting new spaces and experiences designed for guests of all ages are coming to the Disney Magic cruise ship in March 2018, including an enchanting dining experience for families at Rapunzel’s Royal Table. The first table service restaurant themed to “Tangled” that features characters and live entertainment will transport guests to the kingdom of Corona for an evening of music and interactive fun.

5-Star Tours – The Adventures Continue Now Offers Two New Destinations

This attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios now takes passengers to two exciting new destinations: Crait, the site of an epic battle in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Batuu, the remote outpost guests will discover when Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens at the park in 2019.

4-Star Wars Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea Return from January through April 2018

Epic adventures at sea return to Disney Cruise Line with special engagements of two popular events – Star Wars Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea. Spanning two Disney cruise ships, sailing across the Caribbean and Bahamas, these cruises bring Disney and fan-favorite fun to families and guests of all ages.

3-The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary

This year’s festival will run from February 28-May 28. The 90-day event brings with it a multitude of Disney character topiaries, tasty offerings at 15 Outdoor Kitchens, garden tours, the Garden Rocks music series, new kids’ activities, the Egg-Stravaganza scavenger hunt and much more.

2- Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire is Disney Springs Must-Do for Star Wars Fans in 2018

Located in Disney Springs, Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire transports guests deep into the Star Wars universe, allowing them to walk freely and untethered throughout a multisensory experience with friends and family. In groups of four, teams will go undercover as stormtroopers to capture Imperial intelligence vital to the budding rebellion’s survival.

1- Toy Story Land Opens in Summer 2018 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

The stars of this expansion are two new attractions: Alien Swirling Saucers and the Slinky Dog Dash family coaster. Guests can already catch a glimpse of what’s in store inside the park’s Walt Disney Presents attraction, where they can view the model and some attraction vehicle maquettes.
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2018 Trip Countdown Thread

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-01-01 16:27
Post your trip countdowns for your 2018 trip here. Happy counting everyone!
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