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Mark's College Tour with Some Disney Thrown In 2017 Day 5

Sun, 2017-07-16 21:39
We were up early on Thursday, July 13, so we could head to Tampa/St Petersburg. Mark had a tour at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg in the morning and a tour at the University of Tampa in the afternoon. Traffic is really heavy along that route!

We headed direct to Epcot following the tour at the University of Tampa. We were earlier than planned. Test Track was down so we headed into World Showcase to ride Frozen Ever After. We had about a 90 minute wait in line. I was not happy they had taken out Maelstrom. I've had to revise that now, I really enjoyed Frozen Ever After. And the walk-through theater is gone as a bonus!

We ate dinner at Electric Umbrella. I had the sausage and pepper sandwich, Mark had the cheese flatbread, and Sharon had the energy salad with roasted chicken. We had the chocolate cupcakes for dessert - they were excellent!

We had a Fastpass from 6:35pm-7:35pm Soarin' so we headed to the Land. We waited about 15 minutes in line. The new film is great! I really like what they've done with the transitions so they're no longer abrupt like they were. That never really made sense to me so I'm glad they've fixed that.

Next up was a Fastpass for Spaceship Earth from 7:40pm-8:40pm.

After riding Spaceship Earth, we walked around World Showcase starting in United Kingdom. We grabbed jumbo hot pretzels in Germany and sat there to watch Illuminations, which we still love to watch.

Following Illuminations, we made some purchases in Mouse Gear and then headed back to Pop Century.
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Mark's College Tour with Some Disney Thrown In 2017 Day 5

Sun, 2017-07-16 21:39
We were up early on Thursday, July 13, so we could head to Tampa/St Petersburg. Mark had a tour at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg in the morning and a tour at the University of Tampa in the afternoon. Traffic is really heavy along that route!

We headed direct to Epcot following the tour at the University of Tampa. We were earlier than planned. Test Track was down so we headed into World Showcase to ride Frozen Ever After. We had about a 90 minute wait in line. I was not happy they had taken out Maelstrom. I've had to revise that now, I really enjoyed Frozen Ever After. And the walk-through theater is gone as a bonus!

We ate dinner at Electric Umbrella. I had the sausage and pepper sandwich, Mark had the cheese flatbread, and Sharon had the energy salad with roasted chicken. We had the chocolate cupcakes for dessert - they were excellent!

We had a Fastpass from 6:35pm-7:35pm Soarin' so we headed to the Land. We waited about 15 minutes in line. The new film is great! I really like what they've done with the transitions so they're no longer abrupt like they were. That never really made sense to me so I'm glad they've fixed that.

Next up was a Fastpass for Spaceship Earth from 7:40pm-8:40pm.

After riding Spaceship Earth, we walked around World Showcase starting in United Kingdom. We grabbed jumbo hot pretzels in Germany and sat there to watch Illuminations, which we still love to watch.

Following Illuminations, we made some purchases in Mouse Gear and then headed back to Pop Century.
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Mark's College Tour with Some Disney Thrown In 2017 Day 4

Sun, 2017-07-16 21:23
We were up early and drove to Deland, FL for a morning tour at Stetson University on Wednesday, July 12. Following the tour, we drove to Walt Disney World for our stay at Pop Century (thank you Wendy @ Magical Journeys!). We stopped at check-in since I hadn't gotten any texts on our room yet; it wasn't ready. I did find out that if you buy annual passes in advance, you can only activate them at guest services/a ticket window at one of the theme parks or Disney Springs. We bought our refillable mugs and drove over to Animal Kingdom.

We got to Animal Kingdom about 12:30pm. We activated our annual passes and headed into the park. The rain started as we were crossing the bridge to Discovery Island (it would be on and off for the rest of the day, mostly on though). Sharon and Mark grabbed lunch at Pizzafari while I grabbed lunch at Flame Tree Barbeque. I had the pulled pork sandwich which was good. I ended up eating standing up due to the rain and people holding tables.

We had been unable to get Fastpasses for Flight of Passage. The wait time had gone from 180 minutes to 75 minutes with the rain, so we got into the standby line for Flight of Passage. We ended up waiting about 135 minutes. The queue line has lots of details and the attraction is fantastic! We had no issues with sitting on it. I'm looking forward to riding this again!

Next up was a Fastpass (4:45pm-5:45pm) for Expedition Everest. We had to wait about 12 minutes. The yeti is still down.

We pre-ordered our meal at Satu'li Canteen. It was not busy so we did not have to wait in a line to pick up our order. Cast members were blocking off the seating area, so you couldn't sit down unless you had food. I really appreciate that. Mark and I had cheeseburger steamed pods and Sharon had the chopped wood-grilled chicken bowl. It was all good!

We had a 6:35pm-7:45pm Fastpass for Na'vi River Journey; it was down and continued to be down until after 9pm. Our Fastpass ended up converting to a multi-experience Fastpass good for everything except Rivers of Light and Flight of Passage.

We ended up seeing the 7pm Festival of the Lion King show and then headed over to DinoLand to use our multi-experience Fastpass on Dinosaur. Dinosaur was down, which worked out in our favor later. We rode Primeval Whirl instead; we had about a 10 minute wait. We got the car spinning real good somehow!

Our third Fastpass of the day was for Rivers of Light at 9pm. We could have used it for something else since the rain cut the crowds down, but there was no way to know that in advance. Rivers of Light was a great show. I recommend seeing it.

After Rivers of Light, Mark checked wait times and Na'vi River Journey was running again. So we used our multi-experience Fastpass to ride it. We had about a 10 minute wait. We got the B version; the shaman was on a screen and not the audio-animatronic. It was cool to see, though I don't know that this will be a repeat attraction for us unless there's a really short wait.

After riding Na'vi River Journey, we headed back to Pop Century to turn in for the night. We were granted our requests for our room, first floor in the 50's section. We were not able to connect any of our devices to the in-room wifi at Pop Century, so that made things a challenge. We've never gotten good cellular signal in the rooms at Pop Century, either.
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Mark's College Tour with Some Disney Thrown In 2017 Day 4

Sun, 2017-07-16 21:23
We were up early and drove to Deland, FL for a morning tour at Stetson University on Wednesday, July 12. Following the tour, we drove to Walt Disney World for our stay at Pop Century (thank you Wendy @ Magical Journeys!). We stopped at check-in since I hadn't gotten any texts on our room yet; it wasn't ready. I did find out that if you buy annual passes in advance, you can only activate them at guest services/a ticket window at one of the theme parks or Disney Springs. We bought our refillable mugs and drove over to Animal Kingdom.

We got to Animal Kingdom about 12:30pm. We activated our annual passes and headed into the park. The rain started as we were crossing the bridge to Discovery Island (it would be on and off for the rest of the day, mostly on though). Sharon and Mark grabbed lunch at Pizzafari while I grabbed lunch at Flame Tree Barbeque. I had the pulled pork sandwich which was good. I ended up eating standing up due to the rain and people holding tables.

We had been unable to get Fastpasses for Flight of Passage. The wait time had gone from 180 minutes to 75 minutes with the rain, so we got into the standby line for Flight of Passage. We ended up waiting about 135 minutes. The queue line has lots of details and the attraction is fantastic! We had no issues with sitting on it. I'm looking forward to riding this again!

Next up was a Fastpass (4:45pm-5:45pm) for Expedition Everest. We had to wait about 12 minutes. The yeti is still down.

We pre-ordered our meal at Satu'li Canteen. It was not busy so we did not have to wait in a line to pick up our order. Cast members were blocking off the seating area, so you couldn't sit down unless you had food. I really appreciate that. Mark and I had cheeseburger steamed pods and Sharon had the chopped wood-grilled chicken bowl. It was all good!

We had a 6:35pm-7:45pm Fastpass for Na'vi River Journey; it was down and continued to be down until after 9pm. Our Fastpass ended up converting to a multi-experience Fastpass good for everything except Rivers of Light and Flight of Passage.

We ended up seeing the 7pm Festival of the Lion King show and then headed over to DinoLand to use our multi-experience Fastpass on Dinosaur. Dinosaur was down, which worked out in our favor later. We rode Primeval Whirl instead; we had about a 10 minute wait. We got the car spinning real good somehow!

Our third Fastpass of the day was for Rivers of Light at 9pm. We could have used it for something else since the rain cut the crowds down, but there was no way to know that in advance. Rivers of Light was a great show. I recommend seeing it.

After Rivers of Light, Mark checked wait times and Na'vi River Journey was running again. So we used our multi-experience Fastpass to ride it. We had about a 10 minute wait. We got the B version; the shaman was on a screen and not the audio-animatronic. It was cool to see, though I don't know that this will be a repeat attraction for us unless there's a really short wait.

After riding Na'vi River Journey, we headed back to Pop Century to turn in for the night. We were granted our requests for our room, first floor in the 50's section. We were not able to connect any of our devices to the in-room wifi at Pop Century, so that made things a challenge. We've never gotten good cellular signal in the rooms at Pop Century, either.
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Mark's College Tour with Some Disney Thrown In 2017 Days 1-3

Sun, 2017-07-16 20:54
My bride, Sharon, and I took our younger son, Mark, on a road trip to tour some of the colleges on his list of where he's interested in attending. This trip focused on North Carolina and Florida, and it worked out that we could fit in some time at Walt Disney World!

We drove to North Carolina on Sunday, July 9. We spent the night at a Comfort Inn in Thomasville (I'd recommend staying there only if you absolutely must). We toured High Point University in High Point, NC in the morning on July 10 and then drove to Salisbury, NC to tour Catawba College in the afternoon. We split the trip to Jacksonville, FL; we stayed at a Comfort Inn in Walterboro, SC off of I-95.

We drove the rest of the way to Jacksonville in the morning on July 11. We toured Jacksonville University in the afternoon. Following the tour we drove to Sanford, FL to stay at the Comfort Inn there (I recommend this Comfort Inn if you need to stay in Sanford).
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Mark's College Tour with Some Disney Thrown In 2017 Days 1-3

Sun, 2017-07-16 20:54
My bride, Sharon, and I took our younger son, Mark, on a road trip to tour some of the colleges on his list of where he's interested in attending. This trip focused on North Carolina and Florida, and it worked out that we could fit in some time at Walt Disney World!

We drove to North Carolina on Sunday, July 9. We spent the night at a Comfort Inn in Thomasville (I'd recommend staying there only if you absolutely must). We toured High Point University in High Point, NC in the morning on July 10 and then drove to Salisbury, NC to tour Catawba College in the afternoon. We split the trip to Jacksonville, FL; we stayed at a Comfort Inn in Walterboro, SC off of I-95.

We drove the rest of the way to Jacksonville in the morning on July 11. We toured Jacksonville University in the afternoon. Following the tour we drove to Sanford, FL to stay at the Comfort Inn there (I recommend this Comfort Inn if you need to stay in Sanford).
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August Hours

Sun, 2017-07-16 14:51
Just an FYI for anyone going end of August, some of the park hours have been extended.
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August Hours

Sun, 2017-07-16 14:51
Just an FYI for anyone going end of August, some of the park hours have been extended.
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Pixar Pier = refreshed rides/parade at DCA, Pixar Fest = new Fireworks at Disneyland

Sun, 2017-07-16 14:30
Diving into more detail for the Disneyland Resort announcements from the D23 Expo 2017:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts ... In 2018, more of your favorite Pixar stories will come to Disney California Adventure park with the new Pixar Pier.

Pixar Pier will feature a brand-new look for the area now known as Paradise Pier, as some of your favorite characters come to life on this seaside waterfront. You will discover whimsical neighborhoods filled with your friends from “The Incredibles,” “Inside Out” and even more of your pals from “Toy Story.” Building upon the evolution of Disney California Adventure park that began in 2007, we are building more new worlds for you to step into and enjoy your favorite stories.

This permanent addition to the park will open during a new limited-time celebration taking place throughout the Disneyland Resort in 2018 — Pixar Fest! Experience the magical worlds of Pixar in brand new ways as the entire resort comes alive with some of your favorite stories.

At Disneyland park, this incredible celebration will feature a brand-new fireworks spectacular as well as the return of the guest favorite, Pixar Play Parade. That’s right! This popular parade is moving across the Esplanade, which could only mean …

The popular “Paint the Night” parade returns — this time, to Disney California Adventure park! And if you’re as excited as I am by that news, then hold onto your jet packs, Space Rangers — because we’ve also learned that there may even be a new float joining this already amazing nighttime parade.

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Pixar Pier = refreshed rides/parade at DCA, Pixar Fest = new Fireworks at Disneyland

Sun, 2017-07-16 14:30
Diving into more detail for the Disneyland Resort announcements from the D23 Expo 2017:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts ... In 2018, more of your favorite Pixar stories will come to Disney California Adventure park with the new Pixar Pier.

Pixar Pier will feature a brand-new look for the area now known as Paradise Pier, as some of your favorite characters come to life on this seaside waterfront. You will discover whimsical neighborhoods filled with your friends from “The Incredibles,” “Inside Out” and even more of your pals from “Toy Story.” Building upon the evolution of Disney California Adventure park that began in 2007, we are building more new worlds for you to step into and enjoy your favorite stories.

This permanent addition to the park will open during a new limited-time celebration taking place throughout the Disneyland Resort in 2018 — Pixar Fest! Experience the magical worlds of Pixar in brand new ways as the entire resort comes alive with some of your favorite stories.

At Disneyland park, this incredible celebration will feature a brand-new fireworks spectacular as well as the return of the guest favorite, Pixar Play Parade. That’s right! This popular parade is moving across the Esplanade, which could only mean …

The popular “Paint the Night” parade returns — this time, to Disney California Adventure park! And if you’re as excited as I am by that news, then hold onto your jet packs, Space Rangers — because we’ve also learned that there may even be a new float joining this already amazing nighttime parade.

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Disney 360 Vacation: New Immersive Entertainment Program at Walt Disney World

Sun, 2017-07-16 14:13
A little lost in the shuffle of yesterdays massive Press Release and avalanche of announcements; Disney Parks & Resorts previewed "Disney 360 Vacation"-- a new program that promises to fully immerse Guests in favorite story.

The first effort in this new program will be the announced Star Wars Hotel:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts
... a Star Wars-inspired resort will debut as part of the new Disney 360 vacation concept.

... this revolutionary new vacation experience will be a living adventure that allows guests to immerse themselves in an entirely new form of Disney storytelling.

“It’s unlike anything that exists today.” Bob said. “From the second you arrive, you will become a part of a Star Wars story! You’ll immediately become a citizen of the galaxy and experience all that entails, including dressing up in the proper attire. Once you leave Earth, you will discover a starship alive with characters, stories, and adventures that unfold all around you. It is 100% immersive, and the story will touch every single minute of your day, and it will culminate in a unique journey for every person who visits.”

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Disney 360 Vacation: New Immersive Entertainment Program at Walt Disney World

Sun, 2017-07-16 14:13
A little lost in the shuffle of yesterdays massive Press Release and avalanche of announcements; Disney Parks & Resorts previewed "Disney 360 Vacation"-- a new program that promises to fully immerse Guests in favorite story.

The first effort in this new program will be the announced Star Wars Hotel:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts
... a Star Wars-inspired resort will debut as part of the new Disney 360 vacation concept.

... this revolutionary new vacation experience will be a living adventure that allows guests to immerse themselves in an entirely new form of Disney storytelling.

“It’s unlike anything that exists today.” Bob said. “From the second you arrive, you will become a part of a Star Wars story! You’ll immediately become a citizen of the galaxy and experience all that entails, including dressing up in the proper attire. Once you leave Earth, you will discover a starship alive with characters, stories, and adventures that unfold all around you. It is 100% immersive, and the story will touch every single minute of your day, and it will culminate in a unique journey for every person who visits.”

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Jet Blue schedule through May 1, 2018

Sun, 2017-07-16 12:25
Jet Blue will be opening it's booking dates through May 1, 2018 at 2P today (Sunday 7/16)
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Jet Blue schedule through May 1, 2018

Sun, 2017-07-16 12:25
Jet Blue will be opening it's booking dates through May 1, 2018 at 2P today (Sunday 7/16)
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Say Goodbye to Dragon Challenge

Sun, 2017-07-16 06:28
Universal is getting ready to shut and replace Dragon Challenge... This are is part of Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Hogsmeade... It was rethemed to the Tri-wizard Cup as part of the make over...

Now strong winds are blowing news that DC will be removed for an all new Potter experience...

Stay tuned!!!!!

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Say Goodbye to Dragon Challenge

Sun, 2017-07-16 06:28
Universal is getting ready to shut and replace Dragon Challenge... This are is part of Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Hogsmeade... It was rethemed to the Tri-wizard Cup as part of the make over...

Now strong winds are blowing news that DC will be removed for an all new Potter experience...

Stay tuned!!!!!

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Disney Vacation Club Announces its 15th Resort, The Disney Riviera Resort

Sun, 2017-07-16 02:33
The Disney Vacation Club has announced their 15th Resort:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Vacation Club Disney Vacation Club Announces Next Planned Development: Disney Riviera Resort


New Skyway of Gondolas will Connect Resort to Theme Parks



CELEBRATION, Fla., July 15, 2017 -- Today at D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif., Bob Chapek, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, announced the next planned development for Disney Vacation Club will be an entirely new resort near Epcot called Disney Riviera Resort and that a new skyway transportation system will connect the new resort to other areas on Walt Disney World property.

"We're thrilled to announce plans for a new Disney Vacation Club property called Disney Riviera Resort coming to Walt Disney World Resort," Chapek said. "Our Vacation Club Members are among our most loyal fans, and we think that they will love what we have planned, especially the rooftop restaurant that will offer unbelievable views of nighttime spectaculars at both Epcot and Hollywood Studios."

In addition, Chapek announced that a whole new transportation system of gondolas is planned, called the Disney Skyliner, to give guests a never-before-seen birds-eye view of Walt Disney World and connect the new Disney Vacation Club property, Disney's Art of Animation, Pop Century and Caribbean Beach resorts with Disney's Hollywood Studios and the International Gateway at Epcot.

Estimated to open in fall 2019, this new resort experience is slated to be the 15th Disney Vacation Club property with approximately 300 units spread across a variety of accommodation types.

On July 17, Disney Vacation Club will welcome its 14th resort with the opening of Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge, featuring 184 rustically elegant vacation accommodations including Deluxe Studios, one- and two-bedroom Villas, three-bedroom Grand Villas and unique waterfront cabins.

Ken Potrock, Senior Vice President & General Manager of Disney Vacation Club, said, "The opening of Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge in just a few days and the announcement of our next planned development, Disney Riviera Resort, demonstrate the incredible momentum underway at Disney Vacation Club. Our members tell us over and over again how much they love the outstanding accommodations and the value and flexibility of a Disney Vacation Club Membership, as well as the unique location to our growing and evolving theme parks and the exclusive member experiences and benefits they get from our Membership Extras program."

ABOUT DISNEY VACATION CLUB
Disney Vacation Club, a leader in vacation ownership, debuted in 1991 with a flexible, vacation points-based system rather than the traditional fixed-week timeshare model. Today, Disney Vacation Club has more than 220,000 member families, from all 50 states and approximately 100 countries, who have discovered the joys of membership.

Disney Vacation Club Members are able to choose from among a variety of exciting vacation destinations, including a stay at any Disney Vacation Club Resort or one of thousands of other vacation options in destinations around the world. Plus, when purchasing directly from Disney, members can also enjoy the Disney Collection, which includes select Disney Resort hotels, Disney Cruise Line and guided vacations with Adventures by Disney, as well as the Concierge Collection, a portfolio of extraordinary hotels in sought-after destinations. Vacations at a Disney Vacation Club Resort can last anywhere from one night to several weeks.

With Disney Vacation Club properties located near the Disney theme parks in Florida and California, Members have easy access to new and innovative attractions on both coasts for years to come. For more information, visit www.disneyvacationclub.com.

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Disney Vacation Club Announces its 15th Resort, The Disney Riviera Resort

Sun, 2017-07-16 02:33
The Disney Vacation Club has announced their 15th Resort:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Vacation Club Disney Vacation Club Announces Next Planned Development: Disney Riviera Resort


New Skyway of Gondolas will Connect Resort to Theme Parks



CELEBRATION, Fla., July 15, 2017 -- Today at D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif., Bob Chapek, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, announced the next planned development for Disney Vacation Club will be an entirely new resort near Epcot called Disney Riviera Resort and that a new skyway transportation system will connect the new resort to other areas on Walt Disney World property.

"We're thrilled to announce plans for a new Disney Vacation Club property called Disney Riviera Resort coming to Walt Disney World Resort," Chapek said. "Our Vacation Club Members are among our most loyal fans, and we think that they will love what we have planned, especially the rooftop restaurant that will offer unbelievable views of nighttime spectaculars at both Epcot and Hollywood Studios."

In addition, Chapek announced that a whole new transportation system of gondolas is planned, called the Disney Skyliner, to give guests a never-before-seen birds-eye view of Walt Disney World and connect the new Disney Vacation Club property, Disney's Art of Animation, Pop Century and Caribbean Beach resorts with Disney's Hollywood Studios and the International Gateway at Epcot.

Estimated to open in fall 2019, this new resort experience is slated to be the 15th Disney Vacation Club property with approximately 300 units spread across a variety of accommodation types.

On July 17, Disney Vacation Club will welcome its 14th resort with the opening of Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge, featuring 184 rustically elegant vacation accommodations including Deluxe Studios, one- and two-bedroom Villas, three-bedroom Grand Villas and unique waterfront cabins.

Ken Potrock, Senior Vice President & General Manager of Disney Vacation Club, said, "The opening of Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge in just a few days and the announcement of our next planned development, Disney Riviera Resort, demonstrate the incredible momentum underway at Disney Vacation Club. Our members tell us over and over again how much they love the outstanding accommodations and the value and flexibility of a Disney Vacation Club Membership, as well as the unique location to our growing and evolving theme parks and the exclusive member experiences and benefits they get from our Membership Extras program."

ABOUT DISNEY VACATION CLUB
Disney Vacation Club, a leader in vacation ownership, debuted in 1991 with a flexible, vacation points-based system rather than the traditional fixed-week timeshare model. Today, Disney Vacation Club has more than 220,000 member families, from all 50 states and approximately 100 countries, who have discovered the joys of membership.

Disney Vacation Club Members are able to choose from among a variety of exciting vacation destinations, including a stay at any Disney Vacation Club Resort or one of thousands of other vacation options in destinations around the world. Plus, when purchasing directly from Disney, members can also enjoy the Disney Collection, which includes select Disney Resort hotels, Disney Cruise Line and guided vacations with Adventures by Disney, as well as the Concierge Collection, a portfolio of extraordinary hotels in sought-after destinations. Vacations at a Disney Vacation Club Resort can last anywhere from one night to several weeks.

With Disney Vacation Club properties located near the Disney theme parks in Florida and California, Members have easy access to new and innovative attractions on both coasts for years to come. For more information, visit www.disneyvacationclub.com.

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Fireworks on the Boardwalk

Sun, 2017-07-16 02:09
Where is the best place to watch the fireworks on the Boardwalk?
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Fireworks on the Boardwalk

Sun, 2017-07-16 02:09
Where is the best place to watch the fireworks on the Boardwalk?
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