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Expedition Everest—Legend of the Forbidden Mountain

Alrighty, we have learned while we played at Chester & Hester’s Dino-Rama, outrun extinction on DINOSAUR, and relaxed with a snack at the many eateries the Park has to offer. Let’s keep moving onward to the next Animal Kingdom adventure! Expedition Everest—Legend of the Forbidden Mountain is one of my favorite attractions in all of [...]

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Ring in 2013 Disney Style

We’ve had a holly, jolly holiday season this December, and we hope that you have too! The Disney Parks are sure festive and fun at this time of year, but you know what? The fun doesn’t stop now! Celebrations continue at Walt Disney World Resort as the year draws to a close, ringing in 2013 [...]

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Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion

Please welcome back our very special Guest, Mike of My Dreams of Disney! Mike, along with his wife and daughter, is an avid Disney fan. What started was an online repository of the memories of his trips has grown into a site where you can find trip planning, reviews and occasional contests. You can find Mike [...]

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One More Disney Park

Whenever a new year begins, people tend to ponder the future, wondering what the year will bring, scheduling trips to their favorite Disney Parks, and dreaming of what lies ahead. As we venture into this new year, let’s peer a little bit further into the future. In about four to five years, Guests will be [...]

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Holidays Around the World

Yuletide festivity abounds at Walt Disney World’s Epcot. Several times a day at the Fountain Stage, D’Vine Voices performs JOYFUL! A Gospel Celebration of the Season, an “uplifting choral performance that blends Gospel with the sounds of R&B, jazz and urban-inspired music.” Even the fountain dances in time to the spirited tunes. The World Showcase [...]

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Earth Day

Attention to pollution ignited when sparks from a passing railroad car set the Cuyahoga River in Ohio ablaze. The river was so saturated with oil and chemicals that flames flowed with the current. Less than one year after the incident, Senator Gaylord Nelson and Representative Paul McCloskey teamed with Denis Hayes to establish Earth Day, [...]

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Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival

THIS Wednesday, a new crew will greet Guests at Epcot. Topiary Donald Duck and pals are camping out at the Epcot front entrance to celebrate the 17th annual Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. The North American theme features Goofy fly-fishing in a pond and live waterfall, Daisy Duck roasting marshmallows over a campfire, and Pluto [...]

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Epcot World Showcase: Canada Pavilion

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The Canada Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase gives Guests a glimpse at the splendor that lies North of America’s border. [...]

Wordless Wednesday: Disney Characters on Parade

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Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia: Japan Pavilion Torii Gate

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The red torii gate in the lagoon near Epcot’s Japan Pavilion resembles others found throughout the country of Japan. The [...]

Epcot World Showcase: China Pavilion

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Ni hao, hello! When Walt Disney World’s Epcot opened in 1982, special ceremonies spotlighted various attractions, and the China Pavilion [...]

Make a Splash this Summer at SeaWorld Camps

MAKE A SPLASH WITH SEAWORLD CAMPS Get Up-Close Animal Experiences at SeaWorld Orlando Looking to expand interests this summer for [...]

Epcot World Showcase: Morocco Pavilion

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In 1777, the Kingdom of Morocco was the first country to officially recognize the United States of America as an [...]