It’s time for another visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios! In this Walt Disney World photo report, we’ll look at late October crowds, lengthy lines & posted wait times, and our attempt at Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance’s boarding pass drop. We’ll also offer commentary on whether you should skip DHS entirely or just strategize,
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Even a sprinkling of Harry Potter magic couldn’t stop the Natural History Museum’s ‘Fantastic Beasts’ exhibition, which was due to open this spring, from falling foul of the annus horribilis that is 2020. But, better late than never, the beasts are back.  With a new opening date, Wednesday December 9, ‘Introducing Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature’, will centre
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  Widget Ridge: EMERGENCE Publisher: Furious Tree Games, Designer: Ian Taylor Number of Players: 1-2 Ages: 12+ Time: 15-45 Minutes Find on KICKSTARTER HERE.  Widget Ridge is a Steampunk deckbuilding game where inventors compete against one another to be declared an Engineer Laureate!  This is no easy feat, inventors must use their Beloved Widget and Gadgets to buy augments,
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Our guide to November 2020 at Walt Disney World features a free crowd calendar, tips for when to visit & avoid, weather, new attraction openings & closures, Thanksgiving & Christmas info, and more. We also cover what’s happening at Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios. (Updated October 26, 2020.) A lot has been cancelled,
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Brazil: Tourism Sector Revenue Went Down | .TR HOME Weekly Travel News Laura Loss – Oct 26, 2020 The Brazilian tourism sector revenue was R$ 70.4 billion between January and August 2020. This is a decrease of 33.6% compared to the same period in 2019. In the period under review, the sector’s negative performance was
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Let’s try out this time-traveling thing! Last Wednesday was Marty McFly Day – October 21 – the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveled to the future (the 2015 future) in Back to the Future II. You may not have even noticed. And that’s okay, because it means the space time continuum hasn’t been disrupted!
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In many ways, Mank feels like a departure from David Fincher‘s usual aesthetic style. A black-and-white drama written by Fincher’s father, the late Jack Fincher, Mank is set in Hollywood in the 1930s and ’40s. It tells the story of alcoholic, troubled screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz’s (Gary Oldman) attempts to reignite his career by drawing from his
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