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Share a Dream Come True Parade Magic Kingdom Archives

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Share a Dream Come True is a wonderfully refreshing and energizing parade at the Magic Kingdom. Snow globes are a favorite with many Disney fans, so what better way to create a new parade but with snow globes as the floats? The snow globes are acrylic and 8.5 feet in diameter. The parade highlights many … Continue reading "Share a Dream Come True Parade Magic Kingdom Archives"
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Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream Mickey Avenue Disney’s Hollywood Studios Archives

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One Man's Dream began the transition to Walt Disney Presents on August 17, 2017. Introduction | Attraction | Photo Gallery | Touring Tips Kids and Characters | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts INTRODUCTION Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream opened October 1, 2001, in conjunction with Walt Disney World's 100 Years of Magic celebration. Housed … Continue reading "Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream Mickey Avenue Disney’s Hollywood Studios Archives"
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Fantasmic! Sunset Boulevard Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Attraction | Touring Tips | Kids and Characters | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts | Photo Gallery Almost at the end of Hollywood Boulevard, off to the right, is the entrance to the Hollywood Hills Amphitheater, home to the night-time spectacle known as Fantasmic! It's Mickey Mouse's dream-made-real, using lights and lasers, fireworks, and … Continue reading "Fantasmic! Sunset Boulevard Disney’s Hollywood Studios"
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Walt Disney World Celebrates…. 100 Years of Magic!

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100 Years of Magic Attractions and Events The 100 Years of Magic Celebration Has Been Extended through February 2003 Special Report from Jennifer Watson and Dave Marx authors of Passporter WDW guidebook Sorcerer Mickey's Hat Walt Disney: One Man's Dream Share a Dream Come True Parade Disney Stars and Motor Cars Parade Mickey's Jammin Jungle … Continue reading "Walt Disney World Celebrates…. 100 Years of Magic!"
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Empty Nesters Let’s Play! – Recreation

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The Empty Nester series was written by Barbara Rubenstein and edited by Debra Martin Koma. All information was current at the time the article was written. Part I – Deciding to Go Part II – Child-free Dining Part III – Recreation ********** I have previously talked about how satisfying a trip to Walt Disney World … Continue reading "Empty Nesters Let’s Play! – Recreation"
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Fantasmic! Rivers of America Disneyland

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Introduction | Attraction | Touring Tips | Kids/Characters | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts INTRODUCTION Taking place on the Rivers of America, Fantasmic! is a nighttime show where the power of Mickey's imagination comes to life in an amazing spectacle of pyrotechnics, lasers, water screens, animation, fire and water effects and live action sequences … Continue reading "Fantasmic! Rivers of America Disneyland"
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Main Street USA Disneyland

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Introduction | Attraction | Touring Tips | Dining | Shopping | Interesting 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 heartland of America." – … Continue reading "Main Street USA Disneyland"
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Mickey’s House ToonTown Disneyland

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Introduction | Attraction | Touring Tips | Kids/Characters | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts INTRODUCTION You're invited to tour the big cheese's house and meet him during his break from filming. ATTRACTION Mickey's House sits beside Minnie's House on the far left side of Toontown. Although there's a staircase you see upon entering the … Continue reading "Mickey’s House ToonTown Disneyland"
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Disneyland and Magic Kingdom: The Best of Both Worlds

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by Laura Gilbreath ALL EARS® Guest Columnist This article first appeared in the March 15, 2005, Issue #286 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) I've been going to Disneyland since I was a child, so it's the park I grew up with. I didn't make my first visit to the Magic Kingdom until I was 27. … Continue reading "Disneyland and Magic Kingdom: The Best of Both Worlds"
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