Resort Reflections – Animal Kingdom Lodge Part 1

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I’m often asked “What is your favorite resort?”, which is actually a difficult question to answer — much like “What is your favorite restaurant?” is a difficult to answer. My experience with just about anything Disney is that it’s not just the resort or meal itself, but also the ambience, the cast members, the themeing, … Continue reading "Resort Reflections – Animal Kingdom Lodge Part 1"
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Hidden Mickey Guy

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Hi there, I”m Steve Barrett, the Hidden Mickey Guy! When I have a large number of Hidden Mickey sightings to verify or photograph at WDW, I tend to go it alone and motor around at top speed. Talk about aerobic exercise, especially in the summer! But I have more fun when a friend or family … Continue reading "Hidden Mickey Guy"
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Friend or Foe?

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Once you decide to take up a running program you need to focus on a couple of things, most importantly your running gear. Of course the prime focus should be on comfort. That means comfortable running shoes, shorts/pants, and a top that wicks the moisture away from your body. Can’t forget the socks. Comfort rules. … Continue reading "Friend or Foe?"
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Yosemite Yearnings

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I recently returned from a week in Yosemite National Park. While I enjoy Disneyland and Walt Disney World it’s Yosemite that is my “Happiest Place on Earth”. 🙂 It was a great week for me – I wish I was going back a lot sooner than I am. But now to somehow tie that to … Continue reading "Yosemite Yearnings"
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Deal or No Deal?

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Well everyone, for those of you still undecided as to whether or not the 2008 Walt Disney World Half-Marathon is for you, time is growing short. It doesn’t appear that the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror 6.5K or 13K races are in any danger of having it’s registration being closed soon but the focus for … Continue reading "Deal or No Deal?"
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TZTOT: This Pace is for You!

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Well there have been some interesting developments regarding the Tower of Terror 6.5K and 13K races. I know that many people were hesitant to register for either one of these races because for awhile there were no indications as to what the minimum pace would be for each course. Considering that there are entry fees … Continue reading "TZTOT: This Pace is for You!"
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A Quick Weekend Trip Report

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AllEars Team Member Anita Answer files this report: Just back from a quick Mothers’ Day weekend trip to the World, and wanted to share a couple of things: New Fastpasses: Saw them at the Safari and Everest. They’re about 1/3 bigger, on heavier stock. The issue date is BIG now, so no cheating! The new … Continue reading "A Quick Weekend Trip Report"
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A Quick Weekend Trip Report – May 2007

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AllEars Team Member Anita Answer files this report: Just back from a quick Mothers’ Day weekend trip to the World, and wanted to share a couple of things: New Fastpasses: Saw them at the Safari and Everest. They’re about 1/3 bigger, on heavier stock. The issue date is BIG now, so no cheating! The new … Continue reading "A Quick Weekend Trip Report – May 2007"
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The Day The Tower Opened: Part III

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Thirteen years later it was all coming back to me, the anticipation, the excitement, and the thrill of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. As I read through my trip report of 13 years back what struck me as most interesting was my observations as my daughter, son, and I came to the bottom of … Continue reading "The Day The Tower Opened: Part III"
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The Day the Tower Opened: Part II

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It’s always exciting to do a soft opening of a Walt Disney World attraction. such was the case back in 1994 when my family and I were among the first to experience the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. When we left off in Part 1 we were sitting in the elevator. My son, daughter and … Continue reading "The Day the Tower Opened: Part II"
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