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5 THINGS TO DO AT DISNEYLAND THIS WEEK:
1. Mickey and the Magical Map Show (check the Dashboard or use MagicSearch for Showtimes.
2. Try the new Big Thunder!
3. Captain America Meet and Greet in Innoventions
4. Radiator Springs Racers (get your Fastpasses at Park opening)
5. Fried Chicken at the newly reopened Plaza Inn!
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MAGIC MORNING Disneyland Park: Guests with a 3+ day ticket can choose ONE day for early entry Tues, Thu, or Sat. EXTRA MAGIC HOURS for Resort Hotel Guests: Disneyland Park, Tue, Thu, Sat. California Adventure (including Cars Land) Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun. Radiator Springs Racers is open during early entry, but Fastpasses are not available during this time. More info here.
WDW hotel question: we're booking our trip w/our 2 kiddos (ages 8 & 5) and splitting our time between a few hotels but can't decide between the Grand Floridian and the Contemporary Bay Lake Tower. I'm also going to ask on MW Florida...b More...
Yes! I prefer that you take ME with you!!! - RCmom 5213.9 #15 10-20-13 7:43PMLikeReply
Wilderness lodge. It feels like your camping the whole time your are there. ( if you are out doorsie type) - guestcontrolrope1 71.7 #3856 10-20-13 7:49PMLikeReply
It has always been my dream to stay at the Grand Floridian, but a friend stayed at the Bay Lake tower and it was so nice!! - 1Princess3Princes 351.4 #595 10-20-13 9:34PMLikeReply
WDW question: we need to make our dining reservations soon so I was just wondering if anyone had any recommendations of not to miss places? One factor is that our kids are very picky eaters. Thanks! I also asked on MW Florida but woul More...
My favorites from the trips I've taken were Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge, O'hana at Polynesian, Le Cellier at Epcot, California Grill at Contemporary (awesome outdoor deck for Wishes viewing), and Yak & Yeti at Animal Kingdom. I've heard Coral Reef at Epcot is amazing if you like seafood, which I'm not really into much so I haven't visited. If you want to check out Be Our Guest or Cinderella's Royal Table, you will pretty much need a reservation as soon as you can, but you can always wait in line for lunch at BOG. For breakfast, I'd definitely recommend Kona Cafe at the Polynesian simply for the Tonga Toast, it's a giant french toast stuffed with banana. Finally, I'd suggest checking out Rose and Crown at Epcot for the pub experience and hopefully you catch Carl working. Hopefully Dave comes along to comment, he's been there more and can comment more on the places I haven't tried. If you have any questions of cuisine or anything, let me know. - CM_Shadowgamer 2373.8 #48 11-14-13 8:31PMLike(3)Reply
Thanks for posting this as I am also wanting to know of the good places to eat at WDW. I'm going in February. On my list are Sci-Fi Dine In, Be Our Guest & 50's prime time cafe. :) - LuvsMimisHouse 515.6 #356 11-14-13 8:51PMLike(2)Reply
#News- Starting on July 17th, Guest Relations will offer a new guided tour called "Disney California Story". This three hour walking tour will tell the story of the early 1900s in California, about the same time Walt Disney arrived in Los More...
#FOOD Hey Caramel apple fans! Ready to try a new treat?? Disney Parks Blog has announced that the new apple for the month of September will be the English Toffee Gourmet Apple. YUM! (Photo/Info courtesy of Disney Parks Blog)
September 28–29: If you have been waiting for the perfect time to order one of artist Dave Avanzino’s Custom Letter Plaques, then you’re in luck! There’s no time like the present. Dave will be appearing from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m., each day at Disneyana on Main Street, U.S.A. This program, which officially launched in 2011, allows you to select some of your favorite Disneyland Resort attractions and icons to spell your name. Custom Letter Plaque prices vary based on name length, ranging from one to twenty letters. Reminder: Custom Letter Plaque orders are limited and will be taken on a first come, first serve basis.