Allow me to introduce our newest family member, Colora Lime! Colora came to us from American Tourister and their parent company Samsonite. Our little Colora measures 20.0” x 14.5” x 8.5” and weighs in at only 8 pounds. She’s a sleek little number, but don’t let her petite figure fool you! She’s more than capable […]
We’d like to offer a Pooh-sized welcome to all new fans! We’re so glad you’ve joined us here at Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, a unique blog that plusses the homeschool experience and prompts home educators to think outside the textbook. Our bi-weekly posts incorporate teachable moments found in Walt Disney entertainment—from the history of Walter Elias […]
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This month began with a big announcement from Disney: Disneyland Park at Disneyland Resort in California and Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida will remain open 24 hours on February 29, 2012, to celebrate “One More Disney Day” on Leap Day. In similar celebratory fashion, we told you about One More […]
Hong Kong Disneyland is celebrating the Chinese New Year—the Year of the Dragon—from January 13 through February 5, 2012, with special events and offers throughout the Resort. For a special treat, stay in a Chinese New Year-themed Kingdom Suite at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. Guests who stay in a Kingdom Suite will enjoy exclusive […]
We’re taking a quick look at Hong Kong Disneyland today and will visit it more in depth in a few months. Hong Kong Disneyland in China opened in September of 2005. A relatively small Park in comparison to its counterparts, the Resort is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Laid out in the […]
Were you absent from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse in October? Check out what you missed: We joined in the Dismarks Disney Blog Carnival this month. A big welcome to all our new friends! Magical Mouse Schoolhouse is a unique blog that plusses the homeschool experience and prompts home educators to think outside the textbook. We’d like […]
Hong Kong Disneyland in China opened in September of 2005. A relatively small Park in comparison to its counterparts, the Resort is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Laid out in the traditional wheel-and-spoke design and encircled by a train track, Hong Kong Disneyland consists of fewer Lands than other Parks. It does […]