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The year 1944 is rich in Disney History for many reasons. Not only because it saw a lot of triumphs for Walt Disney but, it happened while the world was going through a war. Even during World War II many people were s...
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This Disney Princess is in her - Princess Poise taken by photographer: Ben Van Hook at the Magic Kingdom Park Disney Photos
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Don’t you love finding unique Christmas gifts your loved ones will treasure? We know that at Disney Floral & Gifts and our creative team has found a way to create a magical gifting experience for kids that also en...
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We have added a set of pictures from the event "Walt Disney Concert Hall Organ Documentary". View these Disney Photos & Enjoy. Your comments below are always appreciated. [gallery link="file" columns="4" orderb...
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Disney Photo Maestro Goofy by photographer: Matt Rubin, taken at: Disney California Adventure Disney Photos
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In the movie Ratatouille, the food critic Anton Ego says, “I’m looking for a little perspective.” I think that sums up well what I as well as anyone else downloading and listening to Disney podcasts are looking for as...
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Quick update: Earlier this year, I ran a story on the "Greatest Disneyland Tragedy" -- 23 people who died on an LA Airways Helicopter departing from Disneyland. At that time, I had no photos of the actual crash. Bu...
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As you read this, I am probably on a plane, returning home from another wonderful Disney World vacation. So much care and planning goes into each and every vacation. When we return, there’s a noticeable void acc...
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I recently had the opportunity to check off #4 on my Disney Bucket List, dining at Chef’s Table at Victoria and Albert’s. When my dear friend Amanda (@DisneyGoToGirl) asked if my husband and I would like to join a gro...
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While at the Festival of the Masters last weekend, I took some photos of changes at Downtown Disney Orlando. Alas, I had to shoot around the artist booths a bit, but there are still a few major projects underway that we need to check in with.
Up first is Splitsville. It’s scheduled to be open in less than a month, but the exterior looks a long ways off to me.
Here’s a quick preview video for the location:
You may have heard that the Seven Dwarfs are getting a new mountain in New Fantasyland, but that’s not the only mountain being added to Walt Disney World. Rainforest Cafe has replaced their volcano with a new version that the promise will be very exciting. After a long wait, they’ve even started adding rock work to the steel skeleton of the mountain.
Christmas decorations were up at many locations. There is a new theme this year for the Pleasure Island area.
Finally, you might finally start seeing more Oswald Ears around the resort. They’re now on sale at Once Upon A Toy Store.
That’s it for this short update. Thanks for reading The Disney Blog.
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If you’ve read the Disney Parks Blog in the past, you might have run across some of my posts, photos and videos that show some of my interests. I love Disney Parks (of course); I’m curious and enjoy new experiences. B...