Disney World to enforce return times for FastPasses in March

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Families planning to visit Walt Disney World after the first week in March may want to reconsider their touring strategies for the theme parks. Beginning March 7, cast members will enforce the end times on FastPass tickets, according to multiple reports and sources. FastPasses are essentially reservation times for guests to return to the most … Continue reading "Disney World to enforce return times for FastPasses in March"
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Epcot’s China Pavilion – Part Two

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Yesterday I discussed the promenade, gardens, and the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests of the China Pavilion. Today I’ll discuss the Circle-Vision 360 movie, museum, shops, and restaurants that make up this interesting World Showcase nation. Venturing past the rotunda of the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests you come to the waiting room … Continue reading "Epcot’s China Pavilion – Part Two"
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American Federation of Musicians, Local 389, Ratifies New Labor Agreement with Walt Disney World Resort

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New 6-year agreement covers more than 400 musicians performing across Walt Disney World Resort LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla., Feb. 13, 2012 – Members of the American Federation of Musicians (AFM), Local 389, have voted to approve a new labor agreement with Walt Disney World Resort that extends through June 2018. Walt Disney World Resort’s new … Continue reading "American Federation of Musicians, Local 389, Ratifies New Labor Agreement with Walt Disney World Resort"
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Animal Kingdom – The Storks of Discovery Island

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I was recently in Animal Kingdom to walk some of the animal trails. One of my favorites is just outside of Africa and part of the Discovery Island Trails. Since the Saddle-billed stork viewing area is first, we will check out what’s happening! Little did I know what a treat I was in for special … Continue reading "Animal Kingdom – The Storks of Discovery Island"
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March & April 2012 Disney Calendars

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Hi everyone! I have two calendars for you this week – March and April. I also have some news to share with you. I am planning to take a hiatus from AllEars in order to focus more on my business (Barrie Brewer Photography & Design – shameless plug!). The good news is that my work … Continue reading "March & April 2012 Disney Calendars"
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Epcot’s China Pavilion – Part One

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When the idea for a World Showcase of nations was beginning to gel, Disney sent feelers out to a number of countries to see how much interest could be generated and how much financial support could be secured. Among those solicited were two communist countries, China and the Soviet Union. Both liked the idea and … Continue reading "Epcot’s China Pavilion – Part One"
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Where in the World #216

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Guess what, Players! I need you to think back to one year ago. What happened then? Hmmm….. oh yeah! I joined you on Where in the World Photo Fun! That’s right, it’s my one year anniversary hosting-posting-never able to fill Barrie Brewer’s shoes here! Can you BELIEVE it? Me either! Hi, Ken Maikowski! Thanks for … Continue reading "Where in the World #216"
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VISION House® in INNOVENTIONS Pella® Partners with Green Builder® Media to Showcase Products

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New exhibit helps families experience green, state-of-the-art home PELLA, Iowa, Feb. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — It sounds like a futuristic movie scene: a woman at work uses her smart phone to remotely unlock her front door for a repairman. As the sunny winter day turns into evening, her time-activated home automation system lowers … Continue reading "VISION House® in INNOVENTIONS Pella® Partners with Green Builder® Media to Showcase Products"
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Kilimanjaro Safari Changes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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Beginning this spring, Kilimanjaro Safaris in Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park will undergo some wild changes, aimed at giving guests the opportunity to see more of their favorite animals, specifically zebras, during the 20-minute open-air ride. Though zebras have long been part of Kilimanjaro Safaris, they are often overlooked because of their location on the … Continue reading "Kilimanjaro Safari Changes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom"
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Inside Spaceship Earth at Epcot

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Dark rides are very hard to photograph at Walt Disney World. Not only is the lighting very moody and low but the ride vehicles move so you have to keep your shutter speed around 1/60th of a second. Remember, you can not use flash in a dark ride. Disney Cast Members will interrupt the ride … Continue reading "Inside Spaceship Earth at Epcot"
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