Shanghai Disneyland is barely a year old and already the park is expanding to include its 7th themed land. Shanghai Disneyland today revealed details of the highly anticipated Toy Story Land, the first post-opening expansion of the resort. The new land will feature attractions and entertainment celebrating fun and imagination...
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I'm' sitting here watching this news conference with my jaws hung open. I have got to run, but I'll come back and post more later, but thought it would be interesting to look back at the soap opera that started at Tennessee on November 3, 2008 and what some Intercotees posted in the past.
Probably a silly question but I was wondering if I could purchase the memory maker online using Disney Gift Cards? Thanks!
We arrived shortly after opening. Our drive through to the parking lot took us by lots of construction in progress.
While there were quite a few folks in line for security, I was able to get into the tail end of a very short line so was quickly through and into the park. Prior to arrival, I was able to get a few fast passes which we used throughout our time in the park.
What we did is in no particular order. We went on Star Tours which was a walk on - our "spaceship" wasn't even completely full. We had a fastpass for this later in the day but traded that for one for The Little Mermaid. We went to Muppet Vision, and, like our last visit here walked in on the tail end of the pre-show so went almost directly into the theater. We had a fastpass for Toy Story Mania and found they had moved the entrance a ways down the street in a way that would keep folks from clogging up the street while they were in the entranceway. We used our fastpass on Voyage of the Little Mermaid and just made in through the fastpass line in time. The preshow area was full of folks with fastpasses so I'm not sure that many in the long standby line made it into the theater. It was a full house for the show we attended. We went to Star Wars - Path of the Jedi (This rated a "meh". It was basically short clips of all the Star Wars films up to the current but did not include anything we hadn't already seen). We saw Beauty and the Beast - this was another full show. Our last ride of the day was on Tower of Terror. As we approached the fast entrance, we noticed a large family group (probably 10-12 people of various ages) clogging the entrance. The cast member was asking why they were almost two hours late for their fastpass. I didn't hear their response but the cast member stated he would let them through this time. They proceeded to walk a short way up the entrance way and then halted for some reason. We needed to try to thread our way through them while they belatedly moved family members out of the way of others behind them. While we were doing this, a woman behind us shouldered her way through us and, once ahead of us, called over her shoulder "C'mon girls" to a couple/few teenagers she had with her. Guess she needed that extra edge but we still got out of the library before her group.
Lunch on this day was at Mama Melrose's. I made the reservation about 25 minutes before our reservation time. We had not been to this location in quite some time. We each ordered flatbreads as our meals and shared them. They were good and we were full by time we left.
The holiday decorations around the park were quite lovely but were certainly no match for the retired Osborne Lights!!
A December night under the stars at Fort Wilderness with Chip & Dale, campfire songs and a Disney movie - what could be better after a busy day in the parks. Temperatures can be chilly, or even cold by Florida standards, so plan on bringing sweaters, jackets and a blanket to sit under as you enjoy hot marshmallows and smores. These snacks and much more are available at the campfire chuck wagon. Fire lighting will be at 6:30 pm nightly. The Sing-a-long starts at 7:00, and the movie will begin at approximately 7:40. Here is the movie schedule for December:
Dec 1 The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG)
Dec 2 Frozen (PG)
Dec 3 Holiday shorts
Dec 4 Dumbo
Dec 5 The Little Mermaid
Dec 6 Toy Story
Dec 7 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Dec 8 Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
Dec 9 Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
Dec 10 The Muppet Christmas Carol
Dec 11 The Santa Clause (PG)
Dec 12 Disney short films
Dec 13 Monsters, Inc.
Dec 14 Lilo & Stitch (PG)
Dec 15 The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG)
Dec 16 Frozen (PG)
Dec 17 Holiday shorts
Dec 18 Dumbo
Dec 19 The Little Mermaid
Dec 20 Toy Story
Dec 21 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Dec 22 Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
Dec 23 Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
Dec 24 The Muppet Christmas Carol
Dec 25 The Santa Clause (PG)
Dec 26 Aladdin
Dec 27 Monsters, Inc.
Dec 28 Lilo & Stitch (PG)
Dec 29 The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG)
Dec 30 Frozen (PG)
Dec 31 Holiday shorts
Disney fans have been very active sharing their love of the parks on social media. So many photos have been shared that Instagram says Disney’s parks are among the most-popular photo spots on the planet for 2017. Atop the list is the original Disney theme park – Disneyland. A post...
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So here is my lesson to all of you: I do a lot of family tree research and have become the person in both branches of my tree that everyone hands the old photographs and heirlooms on to. So the fact that this movie centered around these old pictures of long deceased relatives needing to be displayed so that they are "remembered" and can come back to visit on the Day of the Dead really hit home with me. I have been going through soooooo many old photographs lately from the late 1800's and early 1900's and trying to figure out who are in them. I feel horrible throwing any out, but there are so many that aren't labelled and NO ONE will ever know who they are. So my lesson I want to share with all of you...LABEL THE BACKS OF YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS (if you even print them out anymore...which is an entirely new issue, but go back and label the older ones). You may think that "everyone knows that's Aunt Jane" but someday, 100 years from now, people will look at it and say "who is that?" or say "Aunt Jane? Jane who?" and toss it in the garbage. Label them with first and last names! When I do figure out who someone is, I ask myself, "I wonder if they ever thought that 100 years from when this picture was taken that someone would look at it and think of them."
It’s the most magical time of the year at Walt Disney World and all the parks are dressed up in their holiday finest. The media were recently invited to experience the 2017 EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays, the renamed and expanded version of the park’s old Holiday celebration. We...