Are Completely Original Rides Becoming a Thing of the Past at Disney Parks?

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The newest crop of Disney rides and most rides at other theme parks that attempt to achieve Disney’s greatness are following a pattern that’s starting to get predictable and boring. The last 20 years of new rides that have been built or announced for Disneyland and the next seven rides in development for Walt Disney World are based on some kind of Disney entertainment property. Are original ride ideas a thing of the past?
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Express Yourself with These New Disney-Themed Buttons!

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When you let your emotions show, it’s called “wearing your heart on your sleeve.” Now, you can literally wear how you feel about Disney on your sleeve, shirt, backpack — wherever — with these new Disney-themed buttons! These buttons are similar to the freebies you can get at Guest Relations in the parks, but they’ll … Continue reading "Express Yourself with These New Disney-Themed Buttons!"
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When a ‘hard freeze’ hit Walt Disney World in 1989, cast members turned to faux plants along Jungle Cruise

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During the hard freeze of 1989 in Florida, most of the vegetation along the Jungle Cruise died, forcing Disney to bring in plastic stand-ins. [AllEars.Net] The term “hard freeze” sends shivers up and down the spines of anyone in Florida associated with plant life. When the temperature dips below 32 degrees and stays that way … Continue reading "When a ‘hard freeze’ hit Walt Disney World in 1989, cast members turned to faux plants along Jungle Cruise"
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Disneyland and DCA – New Attractions and Shows

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On our recent trip I had the opportunity to experience some new shows and attractions that have recently opened. I say “new”, but two of them were actually updates of existing attractions that just came out of lengthy refurbishments. The first is the Jungle Cruise, which just re-opened on May 6. The biggest change was … Continue reading "Disneyland and DCA – New Attractions and Shows"
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