One thing that many park goers (especially rookie park goers) overlook is how to park light and efficient for their time in the parks. This topic is mainly going to focus on how to pack if you do not have infants or toddlers in your groups. I started to go to Disney once my daughter started school so that area is not my area expertise other than to say that packing with an infant or toddler requires a lot more stuff.
It was reported, last night, by wdwnt.com along with other Disney news outlets that the Main Street Electrical Parade will be making its last run down Main Street at Walt Disney World on October 9th. No word on what will be replacing the night-time parade at the Magic Kingdom.
A version of the Main Street Electrical Parade will be making a “limited-time appearance” at Disneyland starting on September 5th when Paint the Night parade ends it’s run there. September 5th also marks the return of the original World of Color show at Disney’ California Adventure. This will replace the current 60th anniversary show currently running.
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When on vacation, especially one at Walt Disney, time seems to move faster than if you were at home. It is important to save time as much as you can so you can spend more time enjoying your vacation or just relaxing by the pool.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame is this week’s feature movie on Animation Monday. The movie was released during what is viewed now as Disney’s second decline in animated movies. Things were starting to move from hand-drawn animation to computer-aided and then finally computer-animated movies. Given the size of Disney’s animation department, Disney was slow to adapt to this change. The Hunchback of Notre Dame was released in 1996 when hand-drawn animated movies still had a place in theaters. Like Mulan and Hercules, it was a box office success. The film grossed $325 million on a budget of $100 million.