Everybody loves a good show and Walt Disney World is filled with show-type attractions. Show attractions are great heading into the summer season. They can be used to escape the heat or an afternoon thunderstorm since they are longer than most ride-type attractions. Show attractions, also, come in all shapes and sizes. They can be from a Disney movie or from take people back in time. Fireworks, Illuminations, and Fantasmic are not eligible for this list So, with that in mind, let’s head into the countdown.
The theme for this week’s Wordless Wednesday is storytelling. Storytelling takes on many shapes and sizes. Just about every picture tells a story. To capture this week’s theme, I’ve told the story of a recent dinner that my wife and I had at Yachtsman Steakhouse. You can see everything in this meal from appetizers through main course and finally dessert. Enjoy.
Last year, Walt Disney World rolled out a lot of special events to its special event lineup. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas are the tent-poles of the Walt Disney World Special Events. Magic Kingdom and Disneyland Park open for 24 straight hours during Memorial Day weekend is quickly becoming a third tent-pole for these special events. The 24-hour park day is a great promotion for the guests because it does not require an extra ticket to attend like the Halloween and Christmas Party. The other events, on this list, are also “hard/extra ticket” events.
Disclaimer: Everything in this article in regard to what events will be coming to Walt Disney World is pure speculation. None of these events, for this year, has been confirmed or denied by Walt Disney World.
Disney has released a lot of movies and lots of people watch Disney movies to help them get excited and help them count down to their Disney vacation. With Fall Free Dining released today, it seems like a good idea to go through some of the movies which, I think, should be part of every Disney vacation countdown.
I decided to break my countdown movies into two groups (Classic and Modern). There are four movies in each groups and they all animated. If this list was for Disneyland not Disney World, it would include Mary Poppins, in the classic category, and Saving Mr. Banks in the modern category.
We are just one week away from the 1st anniversary of the Dad For Disney blog. While there will be no special celebration (sorry, no cake and ice cream for our followers). There will be a round-up of the articles from week and the most popular articles of the year. Here, though, is this week’s round-up:
Dad For Disney has some big news which will be announced on the Facebook group later today.
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