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Walt Disney World uses refillable mugs at resort hotel food courts that offer unlimited refills. This guide offers pricing info, photos of designs, and answers frequently asked questions: whether RapidFill is worth the money, where to use these cups, and more. We also address some controversy surrounding them. (Updated April 21, 2021.) As of 2021,
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London’s major galleries and museums are reopening on May 17, but until then, art-starved Londoners have a great chance to check out the capital’s small independent galleries. Along with current shows by Gilbert & George, Damien Hirst and Rachel Whiteread, there’s a new show opening today at Eames Fine Art in Bermondsey by one of the
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Fidelio Orchestra Café is an eating and drinking establishment in which classical music happens. But not in the way you probably imagine, where posh old people slowly saw through beef fillets while studiously ignoring an insipid string quartet. No, Fidelio’s is for people who a) enjoy fun and b) actually like music. The café is due to open its doors
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Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme park reservations are now available with no virtual queue or website woes. Now that the dust has settled, we thought it’d be worth offering some analysis and Summer 2021 crowd predictions for Disneyland and DCA. We’ll preface this with the standard disclaimer that this is highly speculative, dependent upon how
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Live in south London? Love pizza? Well, today’s your lucky day, pal. Proving that good things do come in threes, south London is getting a trio of excellent new pizza places. First up is Mike’s Peckham, which is a new venture from the team behind The Camberwell Arms and Peckham’s much-loved rooftop bar Frank’s. Serving up pizza
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In one of the more unexpected hook-ups to emerge out of late lockdown in one at the Design Museum in Kensington. Inspired by gin brand Bombay Sapphire, and designed by repeat hoarding-botherer Camille Walala (she of the colourful reimagining of Leytonstone), the new pop-up shop ‘Supermarket’ is selling pimped versions of everyday household items, including
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Tiana’s Place is a table service restaurant themed to Princess and the Frog featuring meet & greet characters and a live band aboard Disney Cruise Line. We’ve dined at Tiana’s Place aboard the Wonder a few times, and will share food photos, atmosphere & entertainment impressions, and food thoughts. (Updated April 19, 2021.) Before we get
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Airbnb Discovered a Treasure in the French Countryside | .TR HOME Weekly Travel News Tourism Review News Desk – Apr 19, 2021 Covid-19 has made the French countryside attractive again. Airbnb has thus decided to strengthen its presence in rural areas and improve its performance seriously hit by the current pandemic crisis. The platform, which
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Travel and Hospitality Google Tools Help Professionals | .TR HOME Weekly Travel News Tourism Review News Desk – Apr 19, 2021 Over the last years, and especially since the beginning of the pandemic, Google has offered various free tools for the travel and hospitality sector to help tourism professionals. From the classic Google Trends to
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Theme park reservations and new ticket sales for Disneyland and Disney California have now been open over 24 hours, with the rollout being a “little bit” rocky. This post recaps how things went, are currently going, park availability, and offers commentary on yet another resounding success for Disney IT! None of this should come as
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We have new a detailed new look at Fantasy Springs, the $2.3 billion expansion containing new Frozen, Peter Pan, and Tangled mini-lands, plus an in-park luxury hotel at Tokyo DisneySea. This post will share more details and “fly-through” videos of Imagineering’s 1/50th scale model of this record-setting addition to what’s already the world’s best theme
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