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Disney Nostalgia

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by Pete Murphy AllEars® Guest Columnist Feature Article This article appeared in the July 8, 2014 Issue #772 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) Editor's Note: This story/information was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all current rates, information and other details before planning your trip. Walt Disney World was still a … Continue reading "Disney Nostalgia"
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Nostalgia — Ticket Books and Transportation

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Jack Spence is on a leave of absence until 2014. This is a reprint of a blog he wrote several years ago. This blog originally ran in 2009 and was accurate at the time of publication. I’ve had a number of requests to post more pictures of the early years of Walt Disney World. So … Continue reading "Nostalgia — Ticket Books and Transportation"
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Nostalgia — Ticket Books and Transportation

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I’ve had a number of requests to post more pictures of the early years of Walt Disney World. Unfortunately, I’ve already blogged any that show a difference between then and now. So last night I dug through some of the Disneyana I’ve collected over the years. I’m hoping these scraps might help appease the voracious … Continue reading "Nostalgia — Ticket Books and Transportation"
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Main Street, U.S.A. Magic Kingdom

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Attractions | Tips | Dining | Shopping | Facts "Main Street, U.S.A. is America at the turn of the century – the crossroads of an era. The gas lamps and the electric lamps, the horse drawn car and the auto car. Main Street is everyone's home town…the heartline of America." – Walt Disney Main Street, … Continue reading "Main Street, U.S.A. Magic Kingdom"
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Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress Tomorrowland Magic Kingdom

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Introduction | Attraction | Touring Tips | Kids and Characters | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts | Photo Gallery INTRODUCTION Follow an Audio-Animatronic family through the last century, as they show how times have changed due to the many modern inventions. Located in Tomorrowland, Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress has a rich history that … Continue reading "Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress Tomorrowland Magic Kingdom"
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Grad Nites at the Magic Kingdom

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2011 Disney Grad Nites The Magic Kingdom will be hosting this year's Grad Nites on April 29 and 30 and May 6 and 7. The special evenings are private, after-hours parties for high school seniors from around the country, which means the Magic Kingdom closes early to the general public on these nights. UK-born singer … Continue reading "Grad Nites at the Magic Kingdom"
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Disney’s Hollywood Studios Archives Grad Nites at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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NEWS! Disney Grad Nites return to the Magic Kingdom for 2010! Click HERE for more info. What are Grad Nites? Grad Nites are special hard-ticketed private parties for graduating high school seniors, which begin at 10 p.m. and run until 4 a.m. Prior to 2009, Grad Nites were held in the Magic Kingdom. Beginning in … Continue reading "Disney’s Hollywood Studios Archives Grad Nites at Disney’s Hollywood Studios"
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Step Back in Time – A Tribute to EPCOT Center’s HORIZONS

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by Lou Mongello This article first appeared in the May 29, 2007 issue of All Ears® Newsletter As part of a personal tribute to Epcot's upcoming 25th Anniversary this October 1, I wanted to celebrate by looking back at EPCOT Center's history and original attractions through discussions on my WDW Radio Show podcast, and in … Continue reading "Step Back in Time – A Tribute to EPCOT Center’s HORIZONS"
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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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