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Disneyland Paris – Discoveryland — Part 3 — Space Mountain: Mission 2 and Les Mystéres du Nautilus

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Space Mountain: Mission 2 Once again, I have to say that Disneyland Paris takes first prize when comparing one of its attractions to its overseas cousins. Space Mountain is easily the most beautiful of the five futuristic peaks and it definitely offers the most thrilling ride. This attraction was inspired by Jules Verne’s book “From … Continue reading "Disneyland Paris – Discoveryland — Part 3 — Space Mountain: Mission 2 and Les Mystéres du Nautilus"
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The Walt Disney Story Magic Kingdom Archives

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by Lou Mongello The article first appeared in the August 29, 2006 issue of ALL EARS® Weekly Newsletter Ever wonder what Walt Disney World was like way back when? Each month we visit a time gone by in Walt Disney World history. We travel now with author Lou Mongello, who takes us back to 1973 … Continue reading "The Walt Disney Story Magic Kingdom Archives"
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Disneyland Resort Paris

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All Ears® Team Member Jack Spence visited Disneyland Resort Paris several times. Here are the links to his in depth blog describing Overview and Hotels Disneyland Paris Overview Hotels Cheyenne and Santa Fe Sequoia Lodge and Hotel New York Newport Bay Club PanoraMagique Disney Village Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show Disneyland Hotel and Disneyland Park … Continue reading "Disneyland Resort Paris"
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Disneyland The Big Picture

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by Josh Olive Adventure Land: The Jungle Cruise – Phenomenal skippers on 2 out of 3 cruises, and their queue is well worth examining – especially the upstairs! The Enchanted Tiki Room – The seating on this attraction was comfortable with plenty of legroom, and it was wonderful to see the original show in all … Continue reading "Disneyland The Big Picture"
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Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage Tomorrowland Disneyland

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Introduction | Attraction | Touring Tips | Kids/Characters | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts INTRODUCTION Take an underwater voyage to the reefs and ocean off the coast of Australia where Nemo and the rest of the gang just keep swimming in the Big Blue. Join the search as Marlin and Dory again go looking … Continue reading "Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage Tomorrowland Disneyland"
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Disney Cruise Line Shore Excursion Opportunities: Part 1 ~ the Caribbean

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By Rosanna Scott February 17, 2007 Part of the beauty of a Disney cruise is the ability to explore different islands. But because time is limited in the ports, it's important to use it wisely. A lack of planning can find you wandering just a few streets and not really experiencing what the island has … Continue reading "Disney Cruise Line Shore Excursion Opportunities: Part 1 ~ the Caribbean"
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Virtually Magical! – by Joshua Olive

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Sometimes you're dying to go to the Magic Kingdom and it's just not feasible for whatever reason: the money isn't there, the time isn't there, or the kids aren't old enough to really get the most out of the park yet. Never fear! Now you can enjoy the delights of the Magic Kingdom at home! … Continue reading "Virtually Magical! – by Joshua Olive"
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Sharing the Magic Worldwide

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RADP6 The Sixth Annual Holiday Meet DISNEY FANS FROM AROUND THE WORLD MEET AT THE SIXTH ANNUAL HOLIDAY RADP MEET AT WDW December 2001 INTRODUCTION What, you may ask, is a RADP meet??!!! RADP stands for rec.arts.disney.parks. It is a newsgroup on the internet where Disney fans from all over the world share tips, tales … Continue reading "Sharing the Magic Worldwide"
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WDW Chronicles: The Society of Explorers and Adventurers

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Officially, according to Imagineering, another group of fearless adventurers with somewhat tentative connections to the Adventurers Club formed the Society of Explorers and Adventurers (S.E.A.) on August 12, 1938 and began attracting the attention of Disney fans in 2001 with the opening of Tokyo DisneySea. In the Fortress Explorations area, a type of museum of fanciful items enchants guests including a seismic recording station embedded in Mount Prometheus where S.E.A. members tracked and recorded the volcano's activities.
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