Quiz – Where Am I? – Answers

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Yesterday I provided you with pictures of Disney icons. It was your job to figure out where I was standing or sitting when I took the pictures. Here are the answers. Like all of my quizzes, no winners will be announced and no prizes awarded. Good luck! 1. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad This picture shows … Continue reading "Quiz – Where Am I? – Answers"
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Quiz – Where Am I? – Questions

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Each Sunday, under the “Picture This” section of the AllEars Blog Central page, Erin Blackwell presents “Where In The World.” Each week, she posts a close-up picture taken somewhere at Walt Disney World. It is up to you to figure what’s in the picture. It’s a great game that I play regularly. I can usually … Continue reading "Quiz – Where Am I? – Questions"
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It’s Over My Head – Part Two – Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Yesterday I discussed the various ceilings found within the Magic Kingdom. Today I’ll be discussing the area above our head at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Art Deco dominates the architecture of Hollywood Boulevard and the ceilings reflect this. Take a look at those found on the west side of the street. On the right side of … Continue reading "It’s Over My Head – Part Two – Disney’s Hollywood Studios"
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Disney California Adventure Part Two of Six

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Yesterday I discussed how Sunshine Plaza was converted into Buena Vista Street. I talked about how this uninspiring area was transformed into a remarkable thoroughfare full of details and references to Walt. Today I’m going to be discussing another land at Disney California Adventure (DCA). When DCA first opened, the “tinsel town” section of the … Continue reading "Disney California Adventure Part Two of Six"
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Summer Nightastic — Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Last night (June 8, 2010), I checked out the Summer Nightastic events going on at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The first happening was the Rock N’ Glow Dance Party being presented on a large stage erected in front of the Sorcerer Hat. On Tuesdays, and Thursdays through Sundays, a DJ takes center stage and livens things … Continue reading "Summer Nightastic — Disney’s Hollywood Studios"
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Got A Light? – Part One – Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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In my never ending crusade to get people to notice the details at Walt Disney World, I recently wrote a series of blogs about the benches in the four theme parks. Although I thought the subject matter was interesting, I really wasn’t sure if anyone else would find these articles worthy of note. Boy, was … Continue reading "Got A Light? – Part One – Disney’s Hollywood Studios"
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Twilight Zone Tower of Terror — Part Three

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In Part One and Two of this blog series, I discussed in detail the Tower of Terror (TOT) attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In Part Three, I’m going to give you an overview of the other three TOT’s around the world. Let’s start with the second tower to be built. Disney’s California Adventure Disney’s California … Continue reading "Twilight Zone Tower of Terror — Part Three"
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Twilight Zone Tower of Terror — Part Two

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Yesterday, I gave you a brief history of the Tower of Terror and walked you through the attraction up through the Lobby. Today we’ll finish the tour. From the hotel lobby we proceed to one of the two libraries. It’s here that we’re told that our rooms are not quite ready and to please enjoy … Continue reading "Twilight Zone Tower of Terror — Part Two"
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Twilight Zone Tower of Terror — Part One

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The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is my favorite attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In my opinion, it is one of Disney’s crowning gems and an absolute “must see” on every visit. I’d be surprised if any other attraction has more details packed into it as Tower of Terror. I’ve been on this ride dozens … Continue reading "Twilight Zone Tower of Terror — Part One"
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Walt Disney Studios Park Paris – Part 4 — Production Courtyard — TOT & Backstage Tour

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In an earlier blog I wrote that when the Walt Disney Studios Park opened, it lacked soul. Much of this was due to the fact that many of the buildings either looked like soundstages or office buildings. And most of the other structures and facades were uninspired. But I’m happy to report that the Imagineers … Continue reading "Walt Disney Studios Park Paris – Part 4 — Production Courtyard — TOT & Backstage Tour"
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