A Few Things We All Miss at Disney

The Walt Disney Company spent the body of 2020 and 2021 reopening beloved attractions and amenities. Most of what we adore at Walt Disney has returned, but some features aren’t back yet. In fact, we wonder whether some of them are coming back at all. Today, I’m going to list a few things I hope […]

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The Night the Lights Went Out at Disney

Guests at the Polynesian this week will have plenty of stories to tell their friends. They’re having quite the strange vacation. Allow me to explain. Power Outage A few nights ago, I read a social media post that swore the power was out at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The same individual claimed that the Transportation […]

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Recent Park Changes That Are Here to Stay

We’ve entered the final week of 2021, which means we’re looking back as we prepare to move forward.  For Disney fans, the past 18 months have come with plenty of confusion as longstanding policies suddenly collapsed.  Then, new ones arrived, and nobody’s quite sure which ones are temporary vs. permanent.  So, let’s talk about the […]

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Cinderella Castle Caught Fire and Disneyland Lost Power

Cinderella Castle caught fire, and people got trapped on several Disneyland attractions. So, it’s been a rough 24 hours for Disney. I’ll explain. A Small Fire One of the open secrets at Magic Kingdom involves Cinderella Castle. Due to the logistics here, it’s one of the most flammable places at the park. Now, you needn’t […]

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Happy Walt Disney World Day! Why Is Everyone Fighting?

The Mayors of Orlando and Orange County have declared December 3rd as Walt Disney World Day. How are you celebrating? Well, Disney’s spending the week breaking up fistfights and putting out (possible) fires. Where There’s Smoke… Rock ‘N’ Roller Starring Aerosmith had a rough Wednesday. Cast members and guests noticed that smoke was emanating from […]

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Another Annual Pass Sells Out. What Is Going On?

We’ve got news on another annual pass selling out and some holiday vacation tidbits you should know. Another Annual Pass Sells Out Walt Disney World fans are still livid over the sellouts of three out of four annual passes at the parks. Currently, the only people who can buy annual passes are Floridians willing to […]

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Disney Wins in Court and One Ride Drops Its Virtual Queue

Disney just won in court, changed the rules for a new ride, and brought back some character meetings at the parks. Here’s what’s going on. One Less Boarding Group WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure only opened a few months ago. On June 4th, social media was awash with images of mobs trying to enter Avengers […]

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The Jingle Cruise Holiday Overlay Is Here

Jingle Cruise is back, and we have a Gingerbread Carousel spinning at a DVC resort! Welcome to the 2021 holiday season, everyone! Holiday Decorations and Ride Overlays Are Back! Every year, Disneyland gets a head start on Walt Disney World. Haunted Mansion Holiday, the combo Halloween/Christmas overlay, goes live in August. Then, on November 1st, […]

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Lightning Lane Suffers a Shaky Start

Disney wants you to pay up to $15 for its new service, and I don’t mean Disney Genie+. Lightning Lane represents a return to 1955-style Disney pricing. Guests must pay to experience eight different attractions at Walt Disney World. This service has operated for a couple of days now, and it hasn’t gone smoothly. Let’s […]

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Disney Genie Debuts on October 19th

Walt Disney World just announced that Disney Genie will debut to the public on October 19th. So, we’re only ten days away from the next generation of theme park visits. Here’s everything we just learned. Disney Genie and Disney Genie+ Start Soon   Disney announced this program will begin a week from Tuesday. Based on […]

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