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Disney has revealed details about the theme park reservation system that’ll be used when Disneyland and Disney California reopen on April 30, 2021. This post will cover what you need to know for reserving access, reservation windows, and how to make online plans to enter the parks. As previously discussed, Disneyland and DCA will reopen
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The EPCOT Hotel is back! The previously abandoned project is again on the table to possibly become Walt Disney World’s first in-park resort. This post shares thoughts on the revived rumors, its likelihood of coming to fruition, and comparisons to similar hotels at Tokyo DisneySea, Disneyland Paris, and Disneyland Resort. Before we dig into the
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As a Walt Disney World fan first and foremost, I love that Imagineering has created unique characters for the theme parks. This is a salute to those characters with no connection to Disney’s animated or live action films, instead existing in the realm of the parks. (Updated April 3, 2021.) Don’t get me wrong–I enjoy Disney
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With the reopening of Disneyland and Disney California less than a month away, preparations are underway to welcome guests back. In a wide-ranging announcement covering everything from a new dill pickle corn dog to cereal flavors of ice cream at Salt & Straw, Disney also revealed that Blue Bayou Restaurant will soon serve alcohol. In
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Our ultimate guide to the 2021 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival provides tips, dining reviews, and info about Walt Disney World’s foodie event, which will run July 15 to November 20, 2021. (Updated March 31, 2021.) Although it’s still only spring, Walt Disney World has released an “appetizer” for the 2021 EPCOT International Food
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The Cinnamon Club founder and perpetual dude Vivek Singh on the kitchen essentials that have kept him sane through lockdown. Lockdown for most of us has been a rollercoaster. Aside from the uncertainty and challenges with business, I for one didn’t know what to do with myself for the first few weeks.  Then, as things settled,
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If you fancy yourself as a bit of an urban planning visionary or have the street design skills of the next Camille Walala, then there’s a new competition happening in the borough of Lamberth that sounds right up your paint-strewn alley. If your design wins, you’ll even pocket some sweet, sweet cash. Only qualification you
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Covent Garden in central London has a lot going for it. No cars. Living Yoda statues. Petersham Nurseries is nice. More living Yoda statues. The Moomin Shop. And, let’s not forget, more than 25 restaurants including Balthazar, Din Tai Fung, Sushisamba and the new Lebanese joint Na-Na. ‘It’s a real shame,’ says your internal monologue,
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MagicMobile service is now available for Walt Disney World guests in the My Disney Experience app, and can be added to your iPhone or Apple Watch digital wallet of users’ smart devices once enabled. This post offers a step by step walkthrough of how to enable MagicMobile and use it on your smartphone. For starters,
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Universal Studios Hollywood is one of Southern California’s best theme parks, and a great side trip if you’re planning a vacation to Disneyland. This planning guide offers tips & tricks to help you save money and time, avoid crowds, choose where to eat, and which rides to do during your visit to the “Entertainment Capital
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The classic travel guidebook are still popular | .TR HOME Weekly Travel News Joe McClain – Mar 30, 2021 If you’re over the age of 30, then it was probably your guiding light on your first ever trip abroad. If you’re under 30, then you might wonder what all the fuss is about. The classic
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With spring break season nearly over and summer fast approaching, it’s time to return to one of our favorite topics: “Revenge Travel” at Walt Disney World in 2021. This isn’t the first…second…or even third time we’ve broached the subject, which has significant implications for crowds, attendance, and pricing for travel to Orlando later this year.
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