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June Campfire Movie Schedule

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 12:40
If you are visiting Walt Disney World in June be sure to spend at least one relaxing evening at the Fort Wilderness campfire and Sing-a-Long. Enjoy a visit with our nutty friends, Chip & Dale, and a Disney movie under the stars. There will be a real campfire where you can roast marshmallows or smores (bring your own or purchase kits from the chuck wagon). Fire lighting is at 7:30 pm nightly, Sing-a-Long starts at 8:00, and the evening movie starts at about 8:40. Here are your movies for June:

June 1 Honey I Shrunk the Kids (PG)
June 2 The Brave Little Toaster
June 3 Sky High (PG)
June 4 Finding Nemo
June 5 Tangled (PG)
June 6 Monsters, Inc.
June 7 The Princess and the Frog
June 8 Flight of the Navigator (PG)
June 9 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
June 10 Cars
June 11 Enchanted (PG)
June 12 The Incredibles (PG)
June 13 High School Musical Remix
June 14 Up (PG)
June 15 Honey I Shrunk the Kids (PG)
June 16 The Brave Little Toaster
June 17 Sky High (PG)
June 18 Finding Nemo
June 19 Tangled (PG)
June 20 Monsters, Inc.
June 21 The Princess and the Frog
June 22 Flight of the Navigator (PG)
June 23 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
June 24 Cars
June 25 Enchanted (PG)
June 26 The Incredibles (PG)
June 27 High School Musical Remix
June 28 Up (PG)
June 29 Honey I Shrunk the Kids (PG)
June 30 The Brave Little Toaster
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Toy Story Opening Day

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 10:41
Good morning [emoji4]

We will be at Hollywood Studios on June 30 but were not able to get fastpasses for any Toy Story Land rides (didn't really think we'd be able to on opening day even trying 60 days out, but got them for a few days later [emoji16]). My question is this...as many times as we've been to WDW, we've never been for an opening of any type and I was wondering what to expect? What happens the day, the hour, the minute a new park area opens? Any and all tips and suggestions would be very much appreciated!

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LEGO model of Disneyland needs your help to be sold

TheDisneyBlog.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 02:50

If you believe in Plato’s allegory of the cave somewhere, out there in nature, is the ideal version of Disneyland. We can only see shadowy reflections of it in our world, but it’s there informing our ideas about the parks we visit. Tim Karl, whose LEGO Disney projects we’ve highlighted...

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Update on my AKL dining question

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 02:03
Thank you all for the responses to my question about AKL dining...I finally convinced my family to go with Jiko! Now I have another question...I was reading about the Rivers of Light package and I am not torn between Tiffins with the Rivers of Light package and sticking with Jiko. My mom and I both have trouble with buffets (physical health issues) so Boma isn't an option and I'd prefer not to do Tusker House but if the Rivers of Light package is worth it, I'd make an exception. I wondered how Tiffins is? Would you recommend sticking with Jiko and doing Tusker House Rivers of Light package, change to Tiffins for the Rivers of Light package, or is the Rivers of Light package not really worth it? I managed to decide on all of our other restaurants without as much trouble as I'm having with the Animal Kingdom/Animal Kingdom Lodge restaurants! :confused:

Thanks for all the help!
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Update on my AKL dining question

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 02:03
Thank you all for the responses to my question about AKL dining...I finally convinced my family to go with Jiko! Now I have another question...I was reading about the Rivers of Light package and I am not torn between Tiffins with the Rivers of Light package and sticking with Jiko. My mom and I both have trouble with buffets (physical health issues) so Boma isn't an option and I'd prefer not to do Tusker House but if the Rivers of Light package is worth it, I'd make an exception. I wondered how Tiffins is? Would you recommend sticking with Jiko and doing Tusker House Rivers of Light package, change to Tiffins for the Rivers of Light package, or is the Rivers of Light package not really worth it? I managed to decide on all of our other restaurants without as much trouble as I'm having with the Animal Kingdom/Animal Kingdom Lodge restaurants! :confused:

Thanks for all the help!
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Morimoto Asia accepts award for Best Restaurant in Orlando

TheDisneyBlog.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 00:15

Scott Joseph’s Orlando Food Blog is our favorite goto website when we’re looking for new and interesting food adventures in town. In addition to his consummate professional food reviewer hat, Joseph operates a yearly ‘Foodster’ Award to find the best restaurants in a multitude of genres with overall prizes for...

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Shake-Up Your Summer with One of These Two New Milkshakes

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 00:12
The Walt Disney World Resort has introduced two new signature Milkshakes to help you beat the summer heat:

Quote: Originally Posted by Walt Disney World


We're shining the spotlight on a new sweet treat at Disney's All Star Movies Resort! The Scene Stealer Cookie Milkshake is making headlines. Pick one up today in a souvenir mug today!
Quote: Originally Posted by The Edison Florida


1000 Milliliters of pure yummy goodness right here! Save room for the Really Big Black Cherry Cream Shake on your next visit [to The Edison in Disney Springs]
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Spend Your Summer Sunday's with One of These Two New Sundaes

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 00:12
The Walt Disney World Resort has introduced two new signature Sundaes to help you beat the summer heat:

Quote: Originally Posted by Walt Disney World


We're shining the spotlight on a new sweet treat at Disney's All Star Movies Resort! The Scene Stealer Cookie Milkshake is making headlines. Pick one up today in a souvenir mug today!
Quote: Originally Posted by The Edison Florida


1000 Milliliters of pure yummy goodness right here! Save room for the Really Big Black Cherry Cream Shake on your next visit [to The Edison in Disney Springs]
Attached Images   
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Spend Your Summer Sunday's with One of These Two New Sundaes

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-04 00:12
The Walt Disney World Resort has introduced two new signature Sundaes to help you beat the summer heat:

Quote: Originally Posted by Walt Disney World


We're shining the spotlight on a new sweet treat at Disney's All Star Movies Resort! The Scene Stealer Cookie Milkshake is making headlines. Pick one up today in a souvenir mug today!
Quote: Originally Posted by The Edison Florida


1000 Milliliters of pure yummy goodness right here! Save room for the Really Big Black Cherry Cream Shake on your next visit [to The Edison in Disney Springs]
Attached Images   
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Tree House Villas Transportation?

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-03 23:58
Is anyone able to tell me about the transportation for Tree House Villas? Specifically, is there a direct bus from the theme parks to the Villas or do you have to take the SSR bus and then an internal transfer?
Thanks!!
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Tree House Villas Transportation?

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-03 23:58
Is anyone able to tell me about the transportation for Tree House Villas? Specifically, is there a direct bus from the theme parks to the Villas or do you have to take the SSR bus and then an internal transfer?
Thanks!!
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Disneyland Hotel Introduces Pixar Afternoon Tea

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-03 23:39
The Disneyland Hotel has introduced a Pixar Themed Afternoon Tea as part of the "Summer Half" of Pixar Fest:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts


Starting [June 1st], sit back and relax as you enjoy a delightful selection of Pixar-themed sandwiches, scones, pastries, and other delicacies during the new Pixar Fest Classic Afternoon Tea at Disneyland Hotel.



Held from 12-3 p.m. every Friday-Sunday at Steakhouse 55, you can treat yourself to an unforgettable experience by indulging in scones, salads, tea sandwiches, fresh fruit, and sweet offerings all themed to the celebration of Disney•Pixar movies such as “Up,” “A Bug’s Life” and “Toy Story.”

You’ll also enjoy a selection of loose leaf teas, herbal teas, and even hand-crafted tea-infused cocktails! For more information and to make your reservations, visit the Disneyland Resort website. Attached Images   
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Disneyland Hotel Introduces Pixar Afternoon Tea

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-03 23:39
The Disneyland Hotel has introduced a Pixar Themed Afternoon Tea as part of the "Summer Half" of Pixar Fest:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts


Starting [June 1st], sit back and relax as you enjoy a delightful selection of Pixar-themed sandwiches, scones, pastries, and other delicacies during the new Pixar Fest Classic Afternoon Tea at Disneyland Hotel.



Held from 12-3 p.m. every Friday-Sunday at Steakhouse 55, you can treat yourself to an unforgettable experience by indulging in scones, salads, tea sandwiches, fresh fruit, and sweet offerings all themed to the celebration of Disney•Pixar movies such as “Up,” “A Bug’s Life” and “Toy Story.”

You’ll also enjoy a selection of loose leaf teas, herbal teas, and even hand-crafted tea-infused cocktails! For more information and to make your reservations, visit the Disneyland Resort website. Attached Images   
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Barksy's Most Expensive Day Ever Day 6

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-03 23:32
Barsky - Golden Retriever pup extraordinaire
Christi - my human
Aaron - my human's friend and shaman in World of Warcraft

My human said we were going to Animal Kingdom today. It sounded like a phenomenal place to me. We got up and got ready at a leisurely pace. My human was very happy to have dry shoes for once. Then we headed off to the park, missed the turn off and headed off to the park again!

We stopped to get a photopass picture with the Animal Kingdom logo in the background. Then we noticed a photo set up for Animal Kingdom's 20th birthday off to the side. We hopped in there for another picture and were photobombed by a little boy. He even raised his hands when the photographer told us to do it. ;)

My human finally found a pair of Mickey ears that she liked. As we wandered down the path, a man and his daughter asked us if we knew the way to Flight of Passage. We showed them where to go and picked up a return time at the same time. Then we wandered around and took some pictures. My human hasn't seen the movie and didn't really understand the scenery. Aaron explained it to her. He said "if it is anything like the movie, you will love it at night." I hoped he was right, because she definitely wasn't impressed with the daytime version of it.

We left the crunch of humanity and headed to Africa where a Festival of the Lion King show was about to start. My human loves this show, so we went in. She was prepared with tissues, since this show always makes her cry. Silly humans! We were in the giraffe section. Baaaa Baaaa.
Pink pajamas penguins do lambada
Pink pajamas penguins do lambada
The fire guy was awesome as always. We said goodbye to Simba and Pumbaa and blinking, stepped into the sun. It wasn't time for our Kali River Rapids fastpass yet, so we headed on a Jungle Trek.

The bats were as big as I am. One of the tigers came right up to the glass. We stopped to get pictures at a watering hole and saw tiger cubs! We even spent a great deal of time spotting birds in the aviary. One of the cast members had a feather quill that was 2 feet long! Then we found the bird that it belonged it. :D

It was time for our whitewater rafting trip down the Kali River, so we waved goodbye to the birds. The line to board our boat was really long, but we couldn't tell that at first. After a couple of bends, we found the line and came to a dead stop. Every once in a while, our line would move forward. We hoped it wouldn't take too long. The standby line was completely empty. My human thought about just going in that line, but wondered if it was backed up farther down the line where we couldn't see. Every once in a while, someone would be walking back along the standby line trail not looking very happy. My human sat down to wait, but then a lady coming back up the standby line told us all that it was broken down. We turned around and headed back. The cast members at the front of the line told us our fastpasses would automatically change to ones we could use anywhere except Flight of Passage, Navi River Journey or Rivers of Light.

We decided to go eat lunch at Pizzafari. My human LOVES Pizzafari. Unfortunately, the line looked like it was about 30 minutes long. We were about to go find somewhere else to eat, when an empty line and a sign caught my human's eye - "mobile ordering". She had read a little bit about it on intercot and decided to check it out. We found a table, placed our order and expected to wait about 30 minutes.. Wrong! Within 5 minutes, we were notified that our food was ready. It was delicious! Even Aaron said it was yummy, and he is a picky eater.

After eating, we headed back to Pandora at a leisurely pace. My human has trouble digesting grains, so she didn't want to get on the ride and throw up. She was pretty nervous about Flight of Passage, wondering if it was going to be too jerky for her. She imagined it was like Star Tours without the support of the seat. It turns out that she didn't need to worry. She also didn't need to see the movie to understand what was going on.

First we were scanned for viruses. We all had cooties!! Ewww. We moved around a bit and the viruses were eradicated. Then we had to get our DNA matched. They had a little trouble matching mine. I guess they don't get many puppies through there. Then we headed to our banshees. Once we sat down, the machine moved to lock our ankles in and a back support moved into place. It was secure but not too tight. Plenty of support for my human. The link was put into place, and we took off!.

This ride was spectacular! It was like Soarin' but more immersive. You could feel the banshee breathing below you. The smells were wonderful, and you couldn't see the edges of the screen like on Soarin'. It even tilted you in the direction you were flying.

When our flight was over, Aaron was like an excited little kid. My human and I went to browse around the store, while he went to get another return time. We picked out some trading pins. Then we sat and people watched until he got back.

It started raining, but we had decided to to trying our rafting trip again and planned on getting wet anyway. Our fastpass had never converted, but the cast members at Kali River Rapids let us go through anyway. We just walked straight on. My human thought there was going to be a big drop at some point, but there wasn't. She must have gotten it confused with Grizzly River Rapids in Disney's California Adventure.

We didn't get too wet from the ride itself, but by the time we got off of the ride, it had started pouring rain. My human whined "but I just got my shoes dry." We headed to Dinoland to visit Hester and Chester. Primeval Whirl is one of my human's favorite rides, and we took a chance that the line would be short with all the rain. It was.

Far from enjoying this ride, my human was pretty sure she was going to die. Instead of spinning smoothly, it was jerking all over the place even on the straight stretches. At one point, it jerked so hard, she slid across the seat and almost flew over the lap bar. Then we came to such an instantaneous stop, she was sure someone must have thrown some emergency switch. We sat there for a while and then we were slowly returned to the loading dock.

We needed a break after that, so we made our way to Port Orleans Riverside. There was a build-your-own-pasta station that was calling our name. We both ordered fettucini alfredo. It was great to watch the fire fly out of the pan as they cooked our meal. Aaron got a piece of chocolate cake also. After dinner, the rain had changed to a light drizzle, so we wandered around the resort. It is beautiful.

It was almost time for our Kilimanjaro Safari fastpass, so we headed back. My human hoped that the massage therapist who told us to change our fastpass from early morning to sunset knew what she was talking about. It turns out, she really did. Our first animal sighting was an Okapi. Christi was so thrilled to see it after Popphan had reported they weren't there before. We passed alligators, hippos, flamingos, a baobab tree, a termite home, and a lot more. A giraffe made us stop while he walked across the road. Two young male giraffes were testing each other out by hitting heads and necks together. The lion was roaring in the distance. When we got to where he was, he was sitting up on his rock. One lioness was sleeping in plain view of us, and another was sitting out on another rock. Unfortunately, our two week safari was over too soon. We waved goodbye to our safari guide, and used Popphan's back entry to return to Pandora.

On the way, a beautiful rainbow appeared in the sky. As the trees parted more, we could see that it was actually a double rainbow. Once we reached Pandora, Aaron spoke with his kids on the phone while my human and I took pictures. It still didn't seem all that impressive. My human decided that you have to see the movie to appreciate the grounds. There was some sort of drum ceremony going on in the distance, but it was time for our Na'vi River Journey fastpass. When Aaron got off of the phone, we skipped the drumming and got into line. This ride had beautiful colors everywhere. If the ride was just to see the scenery, it was awesome. If there was supposed to be a storyline, you would have to see the movie to get it.

When we exited the ride, it was completely dark, and everything was lit up in a different light. The waterfall looked spectacular. There was a long line to get a photopass picture in front of it, so we skipped it. Everything was glowing in a different light. It was indeed prettier at night. Our return time was open, so we headed back to Flight of Passage. Aaron was practically running. Christi was taking in the sights.

This time, our DNA match up was pretty fast, and our flight was just as amazing. I noticed even more details than the last time. It was great but over too soon. We moseyed on down the exit again. My human checked to see if any more fastpasses were available. Rivers of Light was available and started in 15 minutes. Grabbed the fastpasses and found our way to the entrance. It was all the way back through dinoland and past the Nemo show. With getting our fastpasses that late and walking all that way, we were amazed when we still had front row seating. The seats never got more than a quarter full.

Aaron thought the show as ok. Christi was pretty underwhelmed. She cancelled the Rivers of Light dining package that she had booked for everyone in October. Even if the others wanted to see the show, they could grab fastpasses for it later in the evening. In the distance, the Tree of Life was changing colors. She thought her time would be better spent taking pictures with the different shades. It didn't take us long to fall asleep that night.
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Barksy's Most Expensive Day Ever Day 6

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-03 23:32
Barsky - Golden Retriever pup extraordinaire
Christi - my human
Aaron - my human's friend and shaman in World of Warcraft

My human said we were going to Animal Kingdom today. It sounded like a phenomenal place to me. We got up and got ready at a leisurely pace. My human was very happy to have dry shoes for once. Then we headed off to the park, missed the turn off and headed off to the park again!

We stopped to get a photopass picture with the Animal Kingdom logo in the background. Then we noticed a photo set up for Animal Kingdom's 20th birthday off to the side. We hopped in there for another picture and were photobombed by a little boy. He even raised his hands when the photographer told us to do it. ;)

My human finally found a pair of Mickey ears that she liked. As we wandered down the path, a man and his daughter asked us if we knew the way to Flight of Passage. We showed them where to go and picked up a return time at the same time. Then we wandered around and took some pictures. My human hasn't seen the movie and didn't really understand the scenery. Aaron explained it to her. He said "if it is anything like the movie, you will love it at night." I hoped he was right, because she definitely wasn't impressed with the daytime version of it.

We left the crunch of humanity and headed to Africa where a Festival of the Lion King show was about to start. My human loves this show, so we went in. She was prepared with tissues, since this show always makes her cry. Silly humans! We were in the giraffe section. Baaaa Baaaa.
Pink pajamas penguins do lambada
Pink pajamas penguins do lambada
The fire guy was awesome as always. We said goodbye to Simba and Pumbaa and blinking, stepped into the sun. It wasn't time for our Kali River Rapids fastpass yet, so we headed on a Jungle Trek.

The bats were as big as I am. One of the tigers came right up to the glass. We stopped to get pictures at a watering hole and saw tiger cubs! We even spent a great deal of time spotting birds in the aviary. One of the cast members had a feather quill that was 2 feet long! Then we found the bird that it belonged it. :D

It was time for our whitewater rafting trip down the Kali River, so we waved goodbye to the birds. The line to board our boat was really long, but we couldn't tell that at first. After a couple of bends, we found the line and came to a dead stop. Every once in a while, our line would move forward. We hoped it wouldn't take too long. The standby line was completely empty. My human thought about just going in that line, but wondered if it was backed up farther down the line where we couldn't see. Every once in a while, someone would be walking back along the standby line trail not looking very happy. My human sat down to wait, but then a lady coming back up the standby line told us all that it was broken down. We turned around and headed back. The cast members at the front of the line told us our fastpasses would automatically change to ones we could use anywhere except Flight of Passage, Navi River Journey or Rivers of Light.

We decided to go eat lunch at Pizzafari. My human LOVES Pizzafari. Unfortunately, the line looked like it was about 30 minutes long. We were about to go find somewhere else to eat, when an empty line and a sign caught my human's eye - "mobile ordering". She had read a little bit about it on intercot and decided to check it out. We found a table, placed our order and expected to wait about 30 minutes.. Wrong! Within 5 minutes, we were notified that our food was ready. It was delicious! Even Aaron said it was yummy, and he is a picky eater.

After eating, we headed back to Pandora at a leisurely pace. My human has trouble digesting grains, so she didn't want to get on the ride and throw up. She was pretty nervous about Flight of Passage, wondering if it was going to be too jerky for her. She imagined it was like Star Tours without the support of the seat. It turns out that she didn't need to worry. She also didn't need to see the movie to understand what was going on.

First we were scanned for viruses. We all had cooties!! Ewww. We moved around a bit and the viruses were eradicated. Then we had to get our DNA matched. They had a little trouble matching mine. I guess they don't get many puppies through there. Then we headed to our banshees. Once we sat down, the machine moved to lock our ankles in and a back support moved into place. It was secure but not too tight. Plenty of support for my human. The link was put into place, and we took off!.

This ride was spectacular! It was like Soarin' but more immersive. You could feel the banshee breathing below you. The smells were wonderful, and you couldn't see the edges of the screen like on Soarin'. It even tilted you in the direction you were flying.

When our flight was over, Aaron was like an excited little kid. My human and I went to browse around the store, while he went to get another return time. We picked out some trading pins. Then we sat and people watched until he got back.

It started raining, but we had decided to to trying our rafting trip again and planned on getting wet anyway. Our fastpass had never converted, but the cast members at Kali River Rapids let us go through anyway. We just walked straight on. My human thought there was going to be a big drop at some point, but there wasn't. She must have gotten it confused with Grizzly River Rapids in Disney's California Adventure.

We didn't get too wet from the ride itself, but by the time we got off of the ride, it had started pouring rain. My human whined "but I just got my shoes dry." We headed to Dinoland to visit Hester and Chester. Primeval Whirl is one of my human's favorite rides, and we took a chance that the line would be short with all the rain. It was.

Far from enjoying this ride, my human was pretty sure she was going to die. Instead of spinning smoothly, it was jerking all over the place even on the straight stretches. At one point, it jerked so hard, she slid across the seat and almost flew over the lap bar. Then we came to such an instantaneous stop, she was sure someone must have thrown some emergency switch. We sat there for a while and then we were slowly returned to the loading dock.

We needed a break after that, so we made our way to Port Orleans Riverside. There was a build-your-own-pasta station that was calling our name. We both ordered fettucini alfredo. It was great to watch the fire fly out of the pan as they cooked our meal. Aaron got a piece of chocolate cake also. After dinner, the rain had changed to a light drizzle, so we wandered around the resort. It is beautiful.

It was almost time for our Kilimanjaro Safari fastpass, so we headed back. My human hoped that the massage therapist who told us to change our fastpass from early morning to sunset knew what she was talking about. It turns out, she really did. Our first animal sighting was an Okapi. Christi was so thrilled to see it after Popphan had reported they weren't there before. We passed alligators, hippos, flamingos, a baobab tree, a termite home, and a lot more. A giraffe made us stop while he walked across the road. Two young male giraffes were testing each other out by hitting heads and necks together. The lion was roaring in the distance. When we got to where he was, he was sitting up on his rock. One lioness was sleeping in plain view of us, and another was sitting out on another rock. Unfortunately, our two week safari was over too soon. We waved goodbye to our safari guide, and used Popphan's back entry to return to Pandora.

On the way, a beautiful rainbow appeared in the sky. As the trees parted more, we could see that it was actually a double rainbow. Once we reached Pandora, Aaron spoke with his kids on the phone while my human and I took pictures. It still didn't seem all that impressive. My human decided that you have to see the movie to appreciate the grounds. There was some sort of drum ceremony going on in the distance, but it was time for our Na'vi River Journey fastpass. When Aaron got off of the phone, we skipped the drumming and got into line. This ride had beautiful colors everywhere. If the ride was just to see the scenery, it was awesome. If there was supposed to be a storyline, you would have to see the movie to get it.

When we exited the ride, it was completely dark, and everything was lit up in a different light. The waterfall looked spectacular. There was a long line to get a photopass picture in front of it, so we skipped it. Everything was glowing in a different light. It was indeed prettier at night. Our return time was open, so we headed back to Flight of Passage. Aaron was practically running. Christi was taking in the sights.

This time, our DNA match up was pretty fast, and our flight was just as amazing. I noticed even more details than the last time. It was great but over too soon. We moseyed on down the exit again. My human checked to see if any more fastpasses were available. Rivers of Light was available and started in 15 minutes. Grabbed the fastpasses and found our way to the entrance. It was all the way back through dinoland and past the Nemo show. With getting our fastpasses that late and walking all that way, we were amazed when we still had front row seating. The seats never got more than a quarter full.

Aaron thought the show as ok. Christi was pretty underwhelmed. She cancelled the Rivers of Light dining package that she had booked for everyone in October. Even if the others wanted to see the show, they could grab fastpasses for it later in the evening. In the distance, the Tree of Life was changing colors. She thought her time would be better spent taking pictures with the different shades. It didn't take us long to fall asleep that night.
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Changes to come to Annual Passholders

intercot.com - Sat, 2018-06-02 23:38
I was just reading about the changes that DisneyLand is making to the Annual Passes. It seems that you will only be able to go to a certain park according to the calendar. They will no longer be able to do two parks in one day, and only the designated park on a certain date. This is because of the increase in crowds when Star Wars Land opens.

I assume the same thing will happen to DisneyWorld Passholders. We have decided that when that becomes effective, if it does, we will no longer be Passholders.
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Changes to come to Annual Passholders

intercot.com - Sat, 2018-06-02 23:38
I was just reading about the changes that DisneyLand is making to the Annual Passes. It seems that you will only be able to go to a certain park according to the calendar. They will no longer be able to do two parks in one day, and only the designated park on a certain date. This is because of the increase in crowds when Star Wars Land opens.

I assume the same thing will happen to DisneyWorld Passholders. We have decided that when that becomes effective, if it does, we will no longer be Passholders.
Categories: Disney Blogs

Disney Springs Introduces a New Colorful Cocktail

intercot.com - Sat, 2018-06-02 21:55
While the West Coast waits to see if the Lamplight Lounge offers a new incarnation of the popular Mickey's Fun Wheel Cocktail, Maria and Enzos in Disney Springs has introduced its own colorful concoction:

Quote: Originally Posted by Maria and Enzos
We are seeing beautiful rainbows from our waterfront dining room.



Come sip on our latest concoction, Rainbow Punch! Rum, blue curaçao, pineapple juice, orange juice and grenadine come together to create this layered treat that is almost too beautiful to drink... almost!
Attached Images  
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Disney Springs Introduces a New Colorful Cocktail

intercot.com - Sat, 2018-06-02 21:55
While the West Coast waits to see if the Lamplight Lounge offers a new incarnation of the popular Mickey's Fun Wheel Cocktail, Maria and Enzos in Disney Springs has introduced its own colorful concoction:

Quote: Originally Posted by Maria and Enzos
We are seeing beautiful rainbows from our waterfront dining room.



Come sip on our latest concoction, Rainbow Punch! Rum, blue curaçao, pineapple juice, orange juice and grenadine come together to create this layered treat that is almost too beautiful to drink... almost!
Attached Images  
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Disney FanDaze is proof it’s fun to be a fan at Disneyland Paris.

TheDisneyBlog.com - Sat, 2018-06-02 19:02

Disney FanDaze at Disneyland Paris is a festival of fan experiences inspired by and created especially for Disney fans around the world. The park hopes to continues the great fun of it’s 25th Anniversary with an event that will entertain and thrill every Disney fan young and old. We were...

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