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Disney’s Hollywood Studios Makeover: Toy Story Land and Star Wars Land progress

The Disney Blog - October 11, 2016 - 08:01 am

Big change is in the air at Disney’s Hollywood Studios as the makeover into whatever the new vision for Walt Disney World’s third gate is shifts into high gear. With the back half of Disney’s Hollywood Studios tucked away behind construction fences, it can be tough to track any progress...

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PizzeRizzo coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios – Update

The Disney Blog - October 10, 2016 - 12:45 am

It’s been a couple weeks since we last checked in on the former location of Pizza Planet at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. There has been a lot of exterior progress on converting the location into PizzeRizzo. As far as I could tell, there were just a few wires that needed to...

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Disney Food Post Round-up: October 9, 2016

Disney Food Blog - October 09, 2016 - 10:43 am

Happy Sunday and happy October! We hope you’re having a wonderful weekend. Now it’s time to sit back and check out the latest in Disney food news.

Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich at Sprinkles

Are you making plans to attend the 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival? You can see pictures of every single dish at the festival right here! And make sure you check out our Best of the Fest so you know what you absolutely must eat at this year’s Festival!

Don’t forget – you can still order our DFB Guide to the 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival for 30% off the cover price! Just use discount code Countdown at check-out to secure your savings!

We have a lot to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in…

Disney Food News

Check out all the latest Disney Food News — even the stuff we don’t mention in posts on the blog! — on our Disney Food News Pin Board, including menu updates, restaurant closures, special events, and more!

We’ve got all the latest for you, so check it out before you go.

DFB Reader Finds

If you find a fun new food — or other edible awesomeness — in or around Disney, share a photo with us on facebook or twitter so we can add it to our DFB Reader Finds each Sunday!

Tonga Toast is one of those iconic foods at Walt Disney World and we love it! You’ll find it at Kona Cafe and Captain Cook’s at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. DFB fan Ed Adams says you have to try it with the Strawberry Coulis!

Breakfast is served!

It’s also nice when you can find something good and good for you at a quick service restaurant – like the “create your own” salad at the Gasparilla Island Grill at Disney’s Grand Floridian! DFB fan Tommy says he “highly recommends the create-your-own salad” option!

Now that’s a salad!

Do you have a favorite Disney Food find? Share your photos with us!

Deal of the Week: 20% Off the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2017 with code SAVE2017!

We’re celebrating the grand launch of the 2017 DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining! This valuable resource is fully updated for 2017 Disney vacations, and is now available for purchase and download to help you make the most of your dining plans while in Disney World. To celebrate releasing this guide a full four months earlier than usual (because SO MUCH IS HAPPENING IN DISNEY WORLD RIGHT NOW!!), and to say thank you to all of our loyal DFB readers, we’re offering you a discount code before prices go up in the new year.

Just use code SAVE2017 at checkout!

The 2017 DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining is chock full of tons of great features to ensure you have your best Disney trip, every time. These include:

  • A 5-Step Strategy for Disney Dining Planning, covering everything you need to know from budgeting and booking to kids’ meals, dining discounts, and fireworks.
  • A comprehensive and in-depth look at EVERY Disney World restaurant, kiosk, bar, and lounge, including our personal tips to ensure a positive and stress-free dining experience.
  • Four free, downloadable worksheets for planning your trip. These worksheets are designed to help you execute all the steps of planning the perfect Disney dining experience. And they’re reusable for all of your future trips!
  • Seven sample one-day dining itineraries for a head-start on planning.
  • A comprehensive index of bars and lounges. An often under-appreciated option for both dining and entertainment, the e-Book devotes a whole index to the topic.
  • The ability to be read on your mobile device or computer! It’s fully portable right in your pocket!

We put tons of time, effort, and research into ensuring that we share with you the most relevant, up to date Disney Food Information that’s available. We do this so that you can plan your own Disney visit with confidence, and have the trip of a lifetime, every time.

We’d love to share our best tips with you! And remember, because the guide is an e-Book, it’s super easy to download it to all of your mobile devices and take it right into the parks with you!

Order the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining, 2017 Edition, and receive 20% off with code SAVE2017. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get the latest version of our most popular Guide! And don’t forget to check out our Money-Saving Bundles — More Stuff for Less Dough!


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On to the Round-Up!

Mickey Fix found this must-have Mike Wazowski Toast Cutter!

Walt Disney World for Grownups shared a guest review of Beaches and Cream at Disney’s Beach Club!

Disney Parks Blog shared a recipe the Snow Leopard Salvation from Nomad Lounge.

Disney Family shared a recipe for Mickey Breakfast Pizza.

Disney showed us how to make the “Grey Stuff” – it is delicious!

Have a great week! We’ll see you back here tomorrow with another great Disney food review!

Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and:


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SATURDAY SIX: Six Reasons We LOVE Disney’s BoardWalk Resort

TouringPlans.com Blog - October 08, 2016 - 09:00 am

By Derek Burgan

This week’s SATURDAY SIX takes a look at Six Reasons We LOVE Disney’s BoardWalk Resort. While we have done articles on several of our favorite Walt Disney World resorts, including Animal Kingdom Lodge, Art of Animation, and Coronado Springs, it was the BoardWalk Inn & Villas which was the hardest to cut down to just our six favorite things. The overall depth of theming and amount of details throughout the resort is second to none. 

Disney’s BoardWalk.

The BoardWalk was the second of Disney Vacation Club properties to be built (following Old Key West) and its “story” revolves around  the great East Coast boardwalk areas of the 1920s and 30s. In the early part of the 20th century, places like Coney Island in New York and Atlantic City in New Jersey were the Walt Disney World of their day. Attractions, restaurants, hotels… they were the place to be. Disney Imagineers and architect Robert A.M. Stern pulled from this incredible era of history of America to create Disney’s BoardWalk and left tons of wonderful details for guests to appreciate. The details are just one of the many reasons we think this resort is the bee’s knees, so let’s begin counting down our top six reasons starting with…

# 6 – The Lobby

There are some lobbies at Walt Disney World which will have you picking your jaw off the floor (most notably the Animal Kingdom Lodge and the Wilderness Lodge) but what the BoardWalk lacks in expansiveness it makes up for in fantastic show elements, such as the gorgeous Hippocampus Electrolier hanging above. A hippocampus is a creature from Greek mythology that is part horse, part fish, while electrolier is a name for a ceiling fixture holding electric lamps (a name which never took hold and is just referred to as a chandelier today.) Weighing in at 3,000 pounds and intricately detailed, this may very well be the most impressive chandelier on Disney property, and imagine what that is saying.

The BoardWalk’s stunning hippocampus electrolier. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Hanging above the check-in desks are three paintings of Disney castles. There is one each for Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Disneyland Paris. The reason for this is that in the 1920s/30s, cameras were nowhere near as ubiquitous as they are today. Much of what people saw, even in advertisements, were paintings. These castle paintings, and the gold carousel rounding boards that frame them, help make the BoardWalk’s registration area one of the best at WDW.

A majestic painting of the castle at Disneyland Paris. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Walking through the BoardWalk’s lobby you will be drawn to the glass display cases featuring a miniature carousel and a reproduction of the Flip Flap Railway roller coaster. The closer you get to the carousel the bigger your eyes open as you take in the details. This is a to-scale model created by Marcus Charles Illions (the developer of the “Coney Island Style” of carousel wood carving) and bought by Disney from Illions’ granddaughter. Imagineers restored the carousel to its original grandeur, and even added a little Disney magic.

BoardWalk lobby’s miniature carousel.

We can’t leave the BoardWalk lobby without paying special tribute to one of the creepiest chairs our eyes have ever seen. It is incredibly rare to see someone sitting on one of these chairs (probably because they think they came straight from the set of the latest Insidious movie) but back in the day these were known as Nanny Chairs and were used on carousels for people who did not want to ride.

Nanny chair. Next time you see your grandparents, keep in mind that when they were growing up this was their version of “cute.” We got Hello Kitty, they got this. Give em a hug, they earned it.

– # 5 – AbracadaBar

Replacing the former Seashore Sweets bakery on the BoardWalk is AbracadaBar. Situated directly in-between the Flying Fish and Trattoria al Forno, Abracadabar is a great place to go for drinks before  or after dinner at either. Like Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar and Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto, Abracadabar is richly themed with details that will appeal to both the Disney fans and those who enjoy the history of magic. We personally love the use of screens as  magical posters that elaborate on the backstory of the lounge that involves magicians that “disappeared” one fateful night. Above all though, AbracadaBar is a bar. There are no souvenir cups here, no food other than some truffle popcorn, and the drinks themselves are less like the sweet and fruity concoctions that make up the standard Disney Bar Menu. While intimate in overall size, with the seating you don’t feel cramped and can enjoy a conversation while trying creations such as the Pepper’s Ghost, Conjurita, or the non-alcoholic Magic Mirror.

Abracadabar.

Pepper’s Ghost, Elixir, and the Magician’s Assistant. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Hidden Mickey. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Magic Posters “before” (photo by Brandon Glover)

Magic Posters “After” (photo by Brandon Glover)

# 4 – Location, Location, Location!

Being able to walk to the Magic Kingdom was one of our favorite parts of staying at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, so you can imagine how much we loved being to walk to not just one, but TWO parks while staying at the BoardWalk. In fact, not only were both Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios within walking distance, but we could also take a leisurely cruise on a Friendship Boat to both parks. So you have the two Disney theme parks, but you’re also within walking distance to the great restaurants at the Swan & Dolphin (our recommendation? Todd English’s bluezoo at the Dolphin), steps from places like Beaches & Cream at Disney’s Beach Club and Crew’s Cup at Disney’s Yacht Club, and even Fantasia Gardens mini-golf! Is there anyplace on WDW property where you are within walking distance to so much great stuff? WE THINK NOT!

Friendship boat. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Part of the walkway from Disney’s BoardWalk to DHS. (photo by Brandon glover)

One underrated aspect  of the resort is the abundance of nighttime entertainment at the BoardWalk, including the dueling piano bar Jellyrolls along with the Atlantic Dance Hall at the end of the boardwalk. Meanwhile, in the heart of the boardwalk itself you’re bound to find performers such as magicians, jugglers, caricature artists, musicians and more performing their art for the crowd. Don’t forget the carnival games, synonymous with the great boardwalks of yesterday and today.

The BoardWalk area at night is one of the best places to stroll at WDW. (photo by Tom Bricker)

# 3 – Ample Hills Creamery

Ample Hills Creamery sits in the home of the former ESPN Club arcade and gift shop. The decor of Ample Hills is whimsical, and has versions of several Disney park icons on its walls. Serving possibly the best ice cream on Disney property, Ample Hills allows you the opportunity to sample any flavor before making a selection, and you can combine multiple flavors in a cup or cone. Several of the cones are especially unique, such as the one featuring mini M&Ms. The cones also come with a handy plastic holder that prevents any ice cream from running down onto your hand, which can certainly be helpful when strolling around the BoardWalk under the Florida sun. You’ll also want to try the incredible milkshakes and the Build-Your-Own-Sundae option. You can really taste the quality, and be sure to keep Ample Hills in mind when you can’t get an ADR at the nearby Beaches & Cream.

Ample Hills Creamery.

Ample HIlls m&m cookie cone. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Sally Sells Seashells, the flavor exclusive to Walt Disney World . (photo by Brandon Glover)

I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream! (photo by Brandon Glover)

Wonderful theming throughout the walls of Ample Hills. (photo by Brandon Glover)

# 3 – The Dining

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” With those words in A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens was writing about the state of London and Paris, but he may have been foreshadowing the dining situation at Disney’s BoardWalk. We have previously covered that the BoardWalk Pizza Window just may serve the worst pizza on Disney property, an extraordinary feat in and of itself. However, the BoardWalk also offers some of our FAVORITE places to dine as well. First stop is the Flying Fish, a venue that earned the rare “10 out 10” from Disney Tourist Blog’s Tom Bricker, no stranger to theme park food.  The name of the restaurant is inspired by a 1930s Coney Island roller coaster the Flying Turns, where one of the cars on the ride was dubbed the Flying Fish. The new refreshed decor of the restaurant moves away from the former boardwalk thrill ride theme and instead puts guests “under the sea” with a brilliant use of silver and blue along with gorgeous fish artwork. The new menu, while smaller, allows the Flying Fish to focus more on the details of each plate, and the service is still among the best on Disney property.

The Flying Fish at Disney’s BoardWalk. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Flying Fish decor. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Seared Yellowfin Tuna at Flying Fish. (photo by Tessa Koten)

 

Across from the Flying Fish sitting along Crescent Lake is the BoardWalk To Go kiosk. While small, this venue ranks as one of our favorite quick service locations on property offering all your favorite fried foods such as corn dogs, mozzarella sticks, french fries, and onion rings. This is the exact type of food you’d find yourself eating on the boardwalk, and the fact that not a single item on the menu could earn a Mickey Check makes them taste all the better to us. Did someone say fried Macaroni & Cheese balls…

Boardwalk To Go. (Photo by Brandon Glover)

The BoardWalk Bakery is a great place to get a fresh made sandwich and the new Trattoria Al Forno Italian eatery is getting strong reviews (you still have to drag us away from Via Napoli or Il Mulino if we’re going to eat Italian in the Epcot area) but more often than not you’ll find us at ESPN Club having a beer and watching a game. With 100 screens, you’re able to watch just about any sporting event in the world, and there just not enough places at WDW showing the big games. We’re also huge fans of the menu overhaul at ESPN that includes some great items including the must try Old World Burger.

ESPN Club.

# 2 – Luna Park Pool Area

The BoardWalk pool area is themed around the historic Luna Park, one of the most popular (and progressive) amusement parks in Coney Island. It’s impossible to miss the Keister Coaster slide that stands tall above the pool, having guests exit the slid through a gigantic clown’s mouth. While this may be nightmare fuel for the few guests who can still sleep after seeing the nanny chairs in the lobby, this gigantic clown’s mouth is actually supposed to represent the carnival game where guests use water guns to fire into a clown’s mouth in order to build pressure and blow up a balloon (today most variations just have a moving object make its way to the top.) The walkway for the Keister Coaster slide is completely themed to an old-timey wooden coaster, complete with billboards on the side.

“Welcome to a magical journey through my mouth!” – Krusty the Clown The Simpsons Ride

The walkway for the Keister Coaster slide is themed to be a boardwalk roller coaster attraction.

The BoardWalk’s pool bar is Leaping Horse Libations. It is themed to a giant carousel, but the Leaping Horse reference is to a popular attraction at the time involving a “diving” horse (it was dropped more into the water than anything) and rider Sonora Webster. In a freak accident, Sonora ended up losing her eyesight during one of these dives, but continued to be a part of the show. Disney itself even made a movie about Sonora with Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken. One of the most lavish suites at Disney’s BoardWalk is also named after her with The Sonora Suite.

Leaping Horse Libations,

# 1 – The Belle Vue Lounge

The Belle Vue Lounge just may be one of the best kept secrets at WDW and will transport you back to a different era, when people took a break and sat down to enjoy conversation with friends, instead of just searching for an outlet to charge their smart phones. The bar area is more like an old fashioned sitting room, complete with couches and authentic 1920s-era radios playing audio programs from that time! The books and board games aligning the walls are also period specific, including Eddie Cantor’s New Game: Tell It to the Judge, a bonafide piece of New York history.

Rye Manhattan. (photo by Brandon Glover)

An Old Fashioned. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Belle Vue Lounge. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Eddie Cantor’s New Game: Tell It to the Judge. Just one of the many pieces of period authentic props you’ll find at the Belle Vue Lounge.

We like history as much as anyone (well, maybe not as much as Jim Hill) but the Belle Vue Lounge is also where you’ll find some Disney themed games, including the Holy Grail of Disney board games: DVC Edition Monopoly. The game Monopoly is actually perfectly themed to the BoardWalk resort, as it revolves around Atlantic City and was first produced by Parker Brothers in 1935 (although it was invented years earlier and was originally  passed on by Parker Brothers.) The DVC Edition is possibly the most next level bananas piece of Disney merchandise we have ever seen, and you can imagine the ground that covers. The game works like standard Monopoly, but all the cards are themed for the most hard core of Disney fans. One card reads “Successfully trade your widely available pin for another member’s limited edition. Collect $20.” That’s right, you’re being rewarded for possibly taking advantage of a fellow DVC owner. Another card has “Discover that your resort merchandise shop sells Vinylmation figures! Pay $50.” If the SATURDAY SIX ever gets a hold of this game, we promise a full review.

Spoken of in hushed tones…DVC Monopoly. (All photos by Disney Twitter Icon @schmoofy)

There is also a DVC Edition of Scrabble, but nowhere near as bonkers. You do get bonus points for spelling Disney related names, but I imagine supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is going to score a bunch of points no matter what.

DVC Scrabble.

HONORABLE MENTION – Dundy’s Sundries

The resident gift shop at the BoardWalk isn’t huge like the ones you’ll find at Jambo House or the Contemporary, but it does pack in some really great items. Named after Elmer “Skip” Dundy, one of the cofounders of Luna Park, Dundy’s Sundries has several items with Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy in 1920s/30s attire. One of my particular favorites had Mickey and Minnie sitting on a bench enjoying the boardwalk in front of them, which is exactly what we did while enjoying our vacation.

Goofy shirt, playing off the BoardWalk theme.

Located directly across from Dundy’s Sundries may be the two most well themed pressed penny machines these eyes have ever seen. Indescribably beautiful.

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DOUBLE SECRET HONORABLE MENTION – The Bathrooms at ESPN Club Have TVs Everywhere (and we mean EVERYWHERE!)

We mentioned the 100 screens at the ESPN Club, but not all of them are located in the dining area. When eating chicken wings and drinking ice cold beer, there have been times – on occasion – when one has to relieve themselves in the lavatory. That can almost be counted on happening during an important part of whatever sporting event you may watching. Thankfully the ESPN Club has us covered with TVs filling up the bathrooms as well. There are TVs by the sinks, TVs by the urinals, and TVs above the restroom stalls (please, don’t ask for the clicker.) This innovation is tied with the TVs in the bathroom mirrors at the Grand Floridan Villas as WDI’s greatest achievement. Take a bow Imagineers, you’ve earned it.

ESPN Club.

Contrary to popular rumors, this was not how the name “ESPN2” was created.

#blessed

So there you have it: Six Reasons We Love Disney’s BoardWalk Resort. See you next weekend for the latest installment of the SATURDAY SIX, where we’ll look at something fun from the world of Disney and Universal. If you enjoyed yourself, be sure to check out The Magic, The Memories, and Merch! articles, or, for your listening pleasure, check out the Pardon the Pixie Dust podcast. You can also follow Your Humble Author on Twitter (@derekburgan)

If you enjoy the history of Disney’s BoardWalk we strong recommend reading Treasures of Disney’s BoardWalk Inn parts ONE and TWO by Jim Korkis. A Disney treasure himself, Mr. Korkis is one of our absolute favorite authorities on the little details hidden in plain sight within Walt Disney World.

Disney’s BoardWalk Resort.

If you enjoyed this article, you will surely like the following:

Six Reasons We Love Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside

Six Reasons We Love Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Six Reasons to Check Out Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Six Reasons We Love Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Special Thanks to crack staff photographer Brandon Glover, Disney photography icon Tom Bricker, Disney Twitter celebrity Schmoofy, and blogger to the stars Megan Stump for their invaluable assistance with this article. Be sure to also check out Brandon on The Park Blogger podcast with co-host Aengus Mackenzie along with Meg’s Yeti To Be Named Disney Podcast.

FINAL PLUG! Did you know The Unofficial Guide to Universal Orlando has a special edition of the SATURDAY SIX in it? Finally, someone came up with an actual reason to read a book. PRE-ORDER this baby now! (For every copy sold, a percentage of the profits* go towards buying a DVD of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train rap video.)

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New Disney Store Arrivals for September 26, 2016 (132 Items)

StitchKingdom - September 26, 2016 - 10:06 am

New Disney Store arrivals and sales for September 26, 2016

Below is a list of new items and sales now available for purchase at Disney Store. Clicking on a product’s image or description will launch the product’s page on Disney Store in another window.

Note that this list is generated and posted automatically. Stitch Kingdom should not be held responsible for any inaccuracies, misinformation or item availability.

Disclosure: This post includes specially formatted links which allow the site to receive a small percentage of purchases made through them. Using these links does not affect your shopping experience in any way, but it does help the site. Even if you don’t purchase anything, even just sharing products you like through Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest using the icons below them will help the site.

 

Mickey Mouse and Friends Holiday Tree Skirt – Personalizable – $69.95

Trim up the tree with all the traditional joy and splendor of Mickey and Minnie’s plush holiday skirt with embroidered appliqué art on a soft flannel and velour bed. Pluto, and Chip ‘n Dale lend a paw to make the season special.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Holiday Tray – $19.95

Mickey and Minnie are here to help serve up some holiday cheer with this festive tray. A smiling snowman joins the Christmassy couple on this sturdy melamine tray decorated with a plaid design.

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Mickey Mouse and Friends Melamine Plate Set – Holiday – $19.95

You’ll enjoy a helping of holiday cheer with this Mickey Mouse and Friends Plate Set. Fashioned in sturdy melamine, the four plates each feature a different festive design drawn from a cast of colorful Christmas characters.

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios Glass Tumbler – $13.99

Two of Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ biggest stars feature on this glass tumbler. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is pictured on one side, while the other side spotlights The Great Movie Ride.

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Mickey Mouse Pirates of the Caribbean Pirate Ship Deluxe Play Set – $54.99

Adventures of the imagination await Mickey and friends with this Pirates of the Caribbean ship play set. Once aboard, your little buccaneer will man the mizzen mast and set sail for fun with Mickey and Stitch.

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Santa Mickey Mouse Nightlight – $14.95

Brighten holiday spirits with Santa Mickey and his glittering electric nightlight that will fill your evenings with joy and promise all through the season. The retro look is really swell!

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Mickey Mouse Tie-Dye Tee for Boys – Walt Disney World – $24.99

Mickey Mouse brings his bright appeal to the retro tie-dye design of this all cotton tee. Striking a timeless pose, he looks forward to hanging-out on your next colorful visit to Walt Disney World.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom Glass Tumbler – $13.99

Fans of Disney’s Animal Kingdom will be wild about this souvenir glass tumbler. Featuring two of the park’s popular attractions – Expedition Everest and Kilimanjaro Safari – it will inspire exciting memories of your trip back to nature.

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Minnie Mouse Sleeveless Fashion Tee for Women – $36.95

To update her look, Minnie swaps the usual polka dots for classic gingham checks on this breezy sleeveless fashion tee with flared silhouette, layered high-low hem, and zip back.

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Mickey Mouse and Friends Reusable Tote – Holiday – Extra Large – $4.95

Mickey, Minnie, and the gang have a gift for giving with this extra large resuable tote that will put the ”ho-ho-ho” into your holiday shopping.

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Mickey Mouse Halloween Baseball Cap for Adults – $19.99

Vampire Mickey gets his teeth into the role of the chilling count with this Halloween baseball cap. The vinyl appliqué features flock detailing while bats haunt the back of this all-cotton cap.

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Mickey Mouse Walt Disney Quote Tee for Men – Red – Walt Disney World – $34.99

Mickey proudly stands above Walt’s famous quote about how ” . . . it was all started with a mouse.” Alongside Mickey on this all-cotton tee is evidence of what followed with the logos of four parks that comprise Walt Disney World.

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Mickey Mouse Walt Disney Quote Tee for Men – Disneyland – $34.99

Mickey proudly stands above Walt’s famous quote about how ” . . . it was all started with a mouse.” Alongside Mickey on this all-cotton tee is evidence of what followed with the logos of four features of Disneyland Resort.

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Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa Infinity Scarf for Women – $25.00

Wrap yourself up in those sunny memories of your visit to Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa wearing this stylish, breezy infinity scarf adorned with beach-inspired artwork, all from our ”Ocean Blue” Collection.

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Mickey Mouse and Friends Advent Calendar Gift Drawers 2016 – $19.95

Count down to Christmas with our Advent Calendar Gift Drawers. Decorated with festive designs of Mickey, Minnie and their friends, it features 25 small cubby drawers for you to place little surprise treats to make every day extra special.

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Epcot Glass Tumbler – $13.99

Refresh happy memories of your visit to Epcot with this glass tumbler. One side features Spaceship Earth while the other side pictures Journey Into Imagination so you’ll enjoy twice the fun on your journey into the past.

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Mickey Mouse Walt Disney Quote Tee for Men – Navy – Walt Disney World – $34.99

Mickey proudly stands above Walt’s famous quote about how ” . . . it was all started with a mouse.” Alongside Mickey on this all-cotton tee is evidence of what followed with the logos of four parks that comprise Walt Disney World.

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Mickey Mouse and Friends Paper Placemat Set – Holiday – $12.95

Spare your home from the holiday party mess with this set of 30 paper placemats illustrated by festive Disney friends including Mickey and Minnie as they ”Share the Magic” of that most wonderful day of the year!

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Mickey Mouse Holiday Cookie Mug – $14.95

Mickey’s got the perfect place to keep your cookies handy when you’re having a Christmas cuppa cheer! The base of this novel mug has an opening so you’ll always have a cookie ready for dunking.

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Minnie Mouse Holiday Cookie Mug – $14.95

Minnie’s got the perfect place to keep your cookies handy when you’re having a Christmas cuppa cheer! The base of this novel mug has a special compartment for your cookie so you’ll always have one ready for dunking.

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Mickey Mouse and Friends Sketchbook Ball Ornament Set – $24.95

Deck the halls with Mickey and the gang and this glittering set of six decoupage ball ornaments that share the Disney Magic with your holiday tree. Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, and Chip ‘n Dale will deliver a season of smiles!

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Disney Princess Sketchbook Ornament Set – $129.95

All hail to our beautifully boxed gift set of Disney Princess Ornaments! Ten of your favorite fantasy heroines are fully sculpted, highly detailed and costumed in glittering satin gowns, ready to hang happily ever after on your holiday tree.

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Mickey Mouse Holiday Stocking – Personalizable – $19.95

Give the holidays a leg up with our Mickey Mouse Stocking. They’ll be excited to see the smiling Mickey who makes his presence felt on this plaid plush stocking with 3D ears. Match it with Minnie’s Holiday Stocking, sold separately.

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Minnie Mouse Holiday Stocking – Personalizable – $19.95

Give the holidays a leg up with our Minnie Mouse Stocking. They’ll be excited to see the smiling Minnie who makes her presence felt on this plaid plush stocking with 3D ears. Match it with Mickey’s Holiday Stocking, sold separately.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Light-Up Tree Topper – Holiday – $34.95

Let our stars shine brightly with this lighted Mickey and Minnie holiday tree topper. Disney’s timeless twosome sit at the center of a sculptured star, a celestial celebration to top off your Christmas tree creation!

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Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Sketchbook Ornament Set – $24.95

Have a howl of a holiday with our set of six ball ornaments featuring festive favorites from Tim Burton’s animated classic. Jack Skellington will hang around to treat your tree with gothic goodwill throughout the season.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Fleece Throw – Holiday – $34.95

Share the Magic with loved ones while snuggling through the season under this furry fleece reversible throw blanket with plaid backing and wintry Mickey and Minnie embroidered appliqué.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Holiday Cookie Jar – $49.95

Bake-up a bit of holiday magic and store those sweet treats in Mickey and Minnie’s joyful cookie jar. A silicone ring keeps the lid snug and snacks fresh. Don’t forget to save some for Santa!

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Disney Favorites Underwear Set for Girls – $12.95

She’ll be thrilled to spend every day in the company of some of her favorite Disney characters. This all-cotton underwear set for girls includes five pairs featuring such fury favorites as Bambi, Marie, and Lady and the Tramp.

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Disney Princess Underwear Set for Girls – $12.95

Make a regal fashion statement with our soft and comfy Disney Princess Underwear Set. Each pair of all-cotton underwear in this five-pack set features a different princess, giving a royal start to her every day.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Glass Ornament – Bejeweled – $26.99

Make happy holiday memories to last for a lifetime with this Mickey Mouse icon clear glass ornament frosted in golden filigree and encrusted by faceted gems arranged as Mickey icons.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Glass Ornament – Golden Rib – $24.99

Make happy holiday memories to last for a lifetime with this Mickey Mouse icon clear glass ornament framed in glittering golden ribs.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Glass Ornament – Walt Disney World – $26.99

Relive happy memories of your holiday visit to Walt Disney World while gazing at this souvenir Mickey Mouse icon glass ornament with royal blue satin finish and golden pixie dust frosting of favorite park icons and characters.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Glass Ornament – Sunburst – $26.99

Let the sunshine in all through the holiday season with this folk art influenced Mickey Mouse glass ornament decorated by golden sunburst icon, glittering filigree frosting, and faceted gem accents.

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Minnie Mouse Articulated Figural Ornament – $19.99

Minnie leads the cheers as she encourages your holiday celebrations with this articulated ornament. Wearing a glittering outfit, pull Minnie’s string to see her do jumping jacks as she waves her colorful pom poms!

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Disney Parks Storybook Fleece Throw – $59.99

Mickey and Minnie are joined by a host of your favorite Disney characters on this Storybook Fleece Throw. They are all celebrating Christmas (except for Grumpy) on this toasty warm blanket that features faux sheepskin as white as snow.

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Winnie the Pooh Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. Winnie the Pooh is a holiday ”hunny” in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Harris, Hubert, & Hamish Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – Brave – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks plush ornaments on your family tree. Adore our trio of bear cubs from Disney•Pixar’s Brave in a folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Thumper Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. It’s sure to be a ”hoppy” holiday with Thumper in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Robin Hood Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. Your holiday will be right on target with Robin Hood in a retro folk-craft design featuring embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Owl Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. Owl makes the holidays a ”hoot” in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Flower Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. It’s sure to be a ”scent”-imental holiday with Flower in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Piglet Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. Piglet hams-up the holidays in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Minnie Mouse Figural Graduation Ornament – $19.99

A proud Minnie takes a selfie on her graduation in this top class ornament. The finely detailed figurine shows the smiling student clutching her phone in one hand, and her Diploma of Excellence in the other.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Glass Ornament – Champagne – $24.99

Break out bubbly memories of holidays gone by while gazing at this Mickey Mouse icon glass droplet ornament with champagne finish, golden filigree, and faceted ruby gems arranged as mouse icons.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Soccer Ball Ornament Frame – $16.99

Tackle the problem of finding fun and original holiday decorations with this Mickey Mouse Icon Soccer Ball Ornament Frame. You’ll achieve your goal with this sporty design that includes molded detailing and a space for a close-up shot.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Baseball Ornament Frame – $16.99

You’ll hit it clean out of the park with this Mickey Mouse Icon Baseball Ornament Frame. The sporty design includes raised stitch detailing and space for a favorite photo.

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Daisy Duck Articulated Figural Ornament – $19.99

Daisy gets a real kick out of Christmas with this articulated ornament. Glittering in her holiday outfit, she will make a sparkling addition to your decorations when you pull the string and see her lift her arms and legs.

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Goofy Articulated Figural Ornament – $19.99

You’ll get a kick out of this Goofy ornament, especially when you pull down on his string. Looking festive in his glittering green and red outfit, Goofy clutches a hammer as he looks to have your holiday decorations nailed.

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Donald Duck Articulated Figural Ornament – $19.99

You’re sure to get a kick out of this Donald Duck ornament, especially when you pull down on his string. Looking festive in his glittering green and red outfit, you can watch his arms and legs rise with this articulated figure.

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Pinocchio Articulated Figural Ornament – $19.99

Pinocchio might be happy to have no strings, but you’ll be glad he has at least one as it lifts his arms and legs. Looking festive in his glittering outfit, Pinocchio makes a sparkling addition to your decorations with this ornament.

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Dopey Articulated Figural Ornament – $19.99

It’s up and down his arms and legs go, when you pull on Dopey’s string. Looking festive in his glittering green jacket, Dopey clutches a candle as he looks to illuminate your holiday decorations with this articulated ornament.

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Disney Parks Storybook Holiday Flag – $29.99

The holidays will really take off when you fly this Disney Parks Storybook Holiday Flag. Santa Mickey and Minnie are joined by Pluto, Donald, and Goofy as they trim the tree with lots of other festive friends.

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Santa Mickey and Minnie Mouse Tree Skirt – $69.99

Dress your Christmas tree up for the holidays in this very fetching skirt. Santa Mickey and Minnie are getting in the festive mood as they encourage you to join them with ”Snowflake Kisses,” and ”Warm Winter Wishes.”

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Mickey Mouse Icon Glass Ornament – Silver Confetti – $24.99

Polish the good silver for the holiday season to complement this silvery Mickey icon glass ornament lined with metallic Mickey confetti to welcome in every New Year with glimmer of hope!

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Cinderella Slipper Ornament – Live Action Film – $24.99

This Cinderella Slipper Ornament will be a perfect fit for your holiday decorations when you hang it high in your tree. Inspired by Disney’s live action Cinderella, its faceted design includes a golden butterfly.

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Disney Parks Storybook Card Set – $19.99

Send your friends a Happy Holiday message in one of these festive Disney cards. The Storybook set of 16 cards and envelopes includes four different designs so there will always be one that’s just perfect.

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Mickey Mouse Fantasyland Castle Ornament – $26.99

Mickey’s head is filled with fairytale thoughts. A finely detailed figurine of the Fantasyland Castle, complete with glittering accents, sits within the clear Mickey icon ornament decorated with sparkling snowflakes.

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Eeyore Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. The holiday spirit gives Eeyore a lift in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Olaf Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. Have lots of fun with Mr. Snowman, Olaf, in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Bambi Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your holiday tree. Friends and family will fawn over Bambi in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Tigger Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. Tigger bounces through the holidays in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Sven Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on the family tree. Your holiday display will sleigh the competition with Sven in a folk-craft design with embroidered detailing and the festive feel of felt.

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Meeko Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff your season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your family tree. A happy holiday is just around the riverbend with Meeko from Pocahontas in a retro folk-craft design with embroidered detailing.

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Chip Disney Parks Storybook Plush Ornament – $16.99

Stuff the season with joy when hanging Disney Parks soft plush ornaments on your holiday tree. You’ll chew on chestnuts with Chip ‘n Dale (each sold separately) in a folk-craft design with embroidered detail and the festive feel of felt.

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Victorian Mickey and Minnie Mouse Holiday Card Set – $19.99

Minnie plants a holiday smacker on Mickey as he holds a sprig of mistletoe above her head. Dressed in their glittering Victorian finery, the two sweethearts are surrounded by a gold filigree design on this set of 14 festive greeting cards.

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Santa Mickey Mouse Glass Tree Topper – $39.99

Looking festive in his holiday hat, Santa Mickey will see that you all have a fun time as he looks down from his lofty position atop your Christmas tree. Detailed in glass, it has a glittering silver section to safely secure it to your tree.

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Santa Mickey and Minnie Mouse Cookie Plate and Milk Glass Set – $24.99

You’re sure to fall on the ”Nice” list when leaving cookies and milk for Santa on this holiday plate and glass set decorated with colorful Mickey and Minnie Mouse art.

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Santa Mickey Mouse Magnetic Advent Calendar – $19.99

Restless elves can countdown to the big morning along with Santa Mickey Mouse on this tin Advent Calendar with magnetic mouse icon marker that can be moved forward one day at a time! How many days now, Mickey?

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Mickey Mouse Icon Basketball Ornament Frame – $16.99

It’s a slam dunk that this Mickey Mouse Icon Basketball Ornament Frame will make a fun addition to your holiday decorations. The sporty design includes molded detailing and a space for a favorite shot.

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Mickey Mouse Icon Football Ornament Frame – $16.99

You’ll get a kick out of this Mickey Mouse Icon Football Ornament Frame when it touches down on your Christmas tree. The sporty design includes molded detailing and a round space that is an eligible receiver of a favorite photo.

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Pirates of the Caribbean Burnout Tee for Men – $34.99

Avast me hearties. Here be a real treasure. Fashioned in a soft burnout fabric, this Pirates of the Caribbean tee for men will be a favorite with buccaneering fans of the popular attraction.

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Minnie Mouse Icon Stud Earrings by CRISLU – $60.00

These stunning Minnie Mouse Icon Stud Earrings by CRISLU showcase our fashion icon in handset flawless cubic zirconia. Crafted from sterling silver, these earrings will bring Disney sparkle to your collection.

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Minnie Mouse Icon Necklace by CRISLU – $65.00

Minnie’s iconic likeness is formed in handset flawless cubic zirconia on this gorgeous necklace. Crafted from sterling silver, this stylish keepsake is a sparkling reminder of your trip to the Park.

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Minnie Mouse Icon Bracelet by CRISLU – $55.00

You can take Minnie’s sparkle wherever you go with this Minnie Mouse Icon Bracelet by CRISLU. Adorned with handset flawless cubic zirconia, this stylish jewelry is crafted from sterling silver and a perfect fit for a fashion icon.

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Minnie Mouse Icon Ring by CRISLU – Platinum – $75.00

You’ll take Minnie’s sparkle wherever you go with this Minnie Mouse Icon Ring by CRISLU. Adorned with handset flawless cubic zirconia, this stylish jewelry is crafted from sterling silver and finished in pure platinum.

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Minnie Mouse Icon Ring by CRISLU – Rose Gold – $75.00

You’ll take Minnie’s sparkle wherever you go with this Minnie Mouse Icon Ring by CRISLU. Adorned with handset flawless cubic zirconia, this stylish jewelry is crafted from sterling silver and finished in 18 kt. rose gold.

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Minnie Mouse Icon Ring by CRISLU – Gold – $75.00

You’ll take Minnie’s sparkle wherever you go with this Minnie Mouse Icon Ring by CRISLU. Adorned with handset flawless cubic zirconia, this stylish jewelry is crafted from sterling silver and finished in 18 kt. gold.

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Grumpy Trio Tee for Men – Walt Disney World – $34.99

The only thing more bad-tempered than Grumpy, is three Grumpys. A trio of embroidered faces of the irritable dwarf feature on this tee that celebrates the year Walt Disney World opened back in 1971.

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Mickey Mouse Holiday PJ PALS for Baby – $16.95

He’ll be having sweet candy cane dreams while snuggled up in these 100% cotton Mickey Mouse PJ PALS for Baby. These soft cotton pajamas feature iconic Mickey Mouse ears and silhouettes of Mickey Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck.

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Minnie Mouse Holiday PJ PALS for Baby – $16.95

Dreams of sugarplums and candy canes will sweeten the wait for the big morning when your little mouse slips into Minnie’s all-cotton holiday pajamas patterned with a faux holiday sweater design and ”Share the Magic” art.

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Mickey Mouse and Friends Plush Santa Sack – Large – Personalizable – $29.95

Santa will be loading lots of toys and goodies on his sleigh with the help of Mickey and the gang, as beautifully embroidered on this soft plush Santa Sack with furry white trim.

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Pluto Holiday Plush – Medium – 11” – $19.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in his winter best, Pluto is ready to play and brighten your holiday so give this festive plush a gift of cuddles!!

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Peas-in-a-Pod Holiday Plush – Toy Story – Small – 11” – $14.95

These soft stuffed Toy Story stars are snuggled up for the season like three Peas-in-a-Pod. The plush pod has a zipper so you can ”unwrap” the Peas in their elfin hats for holiday gift giving!

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Piglet Holiday Plush – Mini Bean Bag – 8” – $9.95

Warm and whimsical in his winter best, plush Piglet is ready to play and brighten your blustery holiday!

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Mickey’s Christmas Carol Plush Set – Mini – 8” – $19.95

You’ll love the Dickens out of our set of three soft plush characters from Disney’s animated featurette Mickey’s Christmas Carol. Bless us, every one!

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Bib Set for Baby – 2-Pack – $12.95

Mickey, Minnie and Pluto are having a snowball of a fun time on this bib from a set. Each of the two bibs are reversible so there?s more room for desert.

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Mickey Mouse Plush Holiday Stocking – Personalizable – $19.95

Bright eyes will be filled with the sight of Mickey’s soft plush stocking overflowing with treats on the big morning. Premium construction and embroidered snowflakes will let this holiday essential warm your hearth for years to come.

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Minnie Mouse Plush Holiday Stocking – Personalizable – $19.95

Bright eyes will be filled with the sight of Minnie’s soft plush stocking overflowing with treats on the big morning. Premium construction and embroidered snowflakes will let this holiday essential warm your hearth for years to come.

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Mickey Mouse Holiday Plush – Medium – 16” – $19.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in his winter best, plush Mickey is ready to play and brighten your holiday!

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Minnie Mouse Holiday Plush – Medium – 16” – $19.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in her winter best, plush Minnie is ready to play and brighten your holiday!

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Eeyore Holiday Plush – Medium – 12” – $19.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in his winter best, Eeyore needs your presence to brighten his holiday so give this festive plush a gift of cuddles!

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Stitch Holiday Plush – Medium – 12” – $19.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in his winter best, Stitch is ready to play and brighten human holidays so give this festive plush a gift of cuddles!

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Baymax Holiday Plush – Big Hero 6 – Small – 10 1/2” – $14.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in his winter best, Baymax is ready to play and brighten your human holidays so give this festive plush a gift of cuddles!!

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Winnie the Pooh Holiday Plush – Small – 9” – $14.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in his winter best, Pooh is ready to play and brighten your holiday so give this festive plush a gift of cuddles!

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Donald Duck Holiday Plush – Small – 11” – $14.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in his winter best, plush Donald is ready to play and brighten your holiday so give this festive plush a gift of cuddles!!

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Marie Holiday Plush – The Aristocats – Mini Bean Bag – 6” – $9.95

Soft and oh-so-huggable in her winter best, plush Marie is ready to play and brighten your holiday!

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Sven Holiday Plush – Frozen – Mini Bean Bag – 7” – $9.95

He may not fly like Santa’s friends, but plush reindeer Sven will always be standing by to make your season more soft and cuddly.

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Stitch and Angel Holiday Plush Duo – Mini – 6” – $16.95

Dressed in their festive best, our soft plush Stitch and Angel have come down to Earth to celebrate the human holidays together, and especially with you!

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Mickey Mouse ”My First Christmas” Plush Blankie for Baby – $12.95

Your littlest elf can dream of a jolly holiday with this snuggly plush Mickey, all dressed as Santa and attached to a soft velour blankie with festive ”My 1st Christmas” embroidery.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse ”My 1st Christmas” Stocking – Personalizable – $16.95

Santa will enjoy Baby’s first holiday season as much as anyone when he sees this soft plush Mickey and Minnie Mouse Stocking. What a treat for family and friends to share in the magic of this memorable occasion!

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse ”My 1st Christmas” Sleeper – Share The Magic Collection – $16.95

Mickey and Minnie Mouse have the perfect gift for baby?s 1st Christmas?this snuggly holiday sleeper. Footed coverall with full length snaps, embroidered accents, and embroidered Mickey, Minnie and Christmas tree appliqué.

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Mickey Mouse Plush Holiday Slippers for Baby – $14.95

Baby will ready for Santa’s best surprises in these soft plush slippers that are sure to have a starring role in your family photos on the big morning!

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Mickey Mouse Plaid Pajama Set for Men – Personalizable – $34.95

Mickey will get them in the holiday spirit when they’re wrapped snuggly in these plaid pajamas. Great for lounging around and sleeping in, a soft and warm two-piece set is also available in boys’ sizes for festive family fun.

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Minnie Mouse Fun Family Pajama Set for Girls – $16.95

Minnie is going to sing her way into her heart with our holiday Minnie Mouse pajamas for Girls. She’ll ”Fa La La La” into a peaceful dreamland slumber wrapped in a long sleeve top and coordinating pants.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Plaid Nightgown for Girls – $22.95

Here’s a holiday nightgown to inspire visions of sugarplums dancing in her head. Accented with embroidery of Mickey and Minnie, this ruffled plaid nightdress is a classic Christmas look to match the whole family!

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Minnie Mouse Holiday Dress for Baby – Share The Magic Collection – $39.95

Minnie helps your little one make a merry entrance in our fancy holiday dress. This plaid dress with velour bows and Minnie appliqué with embroidered features makes for a festive ensemble.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Dress Set for Baby – $34.95

Mickey and Minnie bring the holiday cheer to baby on this dress set featuring a mesh tutu and a long sleeve raglan shirt. The gifts never stop coming with embroidered Mickey and Minnie, candy canes, gold snowflakes, and extra leggings.

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse Mrs. Clause Dress Set with Hat for Girls – Personalizable – $26.95

Minnie and Mickey are here to spread holiday cheer on this Mrs. Clause Dress Set for Girls. Embroidered snowflakes surround a Mickey and Minnie appliqué on this velour dress including bow, hat and leggings.

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Mickey Mouse Holiday Sweater for Boys – Share The Magic Collection – $29.95

He?ll be the perfect little gentleman in this very dignified sweater. Our warm, 100% cotton knit sweater with embroidered Mickey Mouse is the perfect fit to keep him warm and proper.

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Mickey Mouse and Pluto Suspender Set for Boys – Share The Magic Collection – $34.95

Your little gentleman will be bring dashing style to the holidays with our Suspender Set for Boys featuring long sleeve plaid shirt, corduroy pants with embroidered Mickey and Pluto highlights.

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Mickey Mouse and Pluto Fun Family Pajama Set for Boys – $16.95

Mickey Mouse and Pluto want to make sure he’s on the ”nice” side of the list this holiday. These 100% cotton pajamas feature Mickey and Pluto screen art to keep him good and warm all winter.

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Minnie Mouse Hat And Mitts Set for Baby – Share The Magic Collection – $26.95

Baby will be overjoyed with cuteness and warmth for the holidays in this Minnie Mouse hat and mitt set. Our soft and fuzzy hat with chin strap and matching mittens are perfect for a winter wonderland.

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Pluto Plush Holiday Warmwear Hat and Mittens Set for Baby – $19.95

Pluto’s prancing as a furry plush reindeer for this cuddly cap with floppy ears and matching mittens that will keep Baby snuggly and smiling all through the season.

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Mickey And Minnie Mouse Fun Family Pajamas for Women – $29.95

You’ll be in a festive mood with Minnie and Mickey sharing a special moment on these 100% cotton pajamas for Women. Wrapped with screen art, these pajamas offer the perfect gift of comfort and holiday cheer.

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Donald Duck Fun Family Pajama Set for Men – $29.95

You’ll be in a giving mood with Donald Duck as he ”Bah Hum Bugs” his way on these 100% cotton pajamas for Men. Wrapped with screen art, these pajamas offer the perfect gift of comfort and holiday cheer.

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Mickey Mouse Plaid Pajama Set for Kids – Personalizable – $24.95

Mickey will get them in the holiday spirit when they’re wrapped snuggly in these plaid pajamas. Great for lounging around and sleeping in, a soft and warm two-piece set is also available in adult sizes for festive family fun.

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Mickey Mouse Welcome Home Gift Set – Share The Magic – $34.95

Baby will feel right at home with Mickey Mouse at their side with our precious four-piece Welcome Home set. Including a snuggly one-piece romper, socks, bib, and Mickey Bean Plush.

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Minnie Mouse Fancy Holiday Shoes for Baby – $14.95

Baby will love stepping out in Minnie’s gold shoes adorned with matching bow. Your little gift will help Minnie bring in the holiday cheer in style.

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Minnie Mouse Plaid Pajama Set for Women – Personalizable – $34.95

Minnie brings you warm holiday greetings with this comfortable sleepwear set. The red long-sleeve pullover and plaid bottoms are sure to keep you toasty warm on even the coldest of nights! Personalize it too!

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Mickey Mouse High-Tops for Boys – Share The Magic – $14.95

Your little one will jump for joy in these Disney Mickey sneakers! A large Mickey face on these sporty high-tops with a front strap will have your baby ready for playtime.

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Mickey Mouse Santa Suit with Hat for Baby – Personalizable – $26.95

Your little gift giver is going to fill your holiday with cheer and cuteness in our three-piece set featuring long-sleeve top, pants and personalizable hat. Mickey appears front and center to get your jolly little one ready for the season.

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Mickey Mouse Holiday Sweater for Baby – $29.95

Baby will be an elfin delight for the holidays in this traditional pullover sweater with woven Mickey and snowflake design, plus festive furry trims. Button shoulders make for trouble free changing.

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Minnie Mouse Holiday Sweater for Baby – $29.95

Baby will be a holiday delight in this traditional pullover sweater with woven Minnie and snowflake design, plus glittering bow trim. Button shoulders make for trouble free changing.

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Minnie Mouse Holiday Fur Jacket for Baby – $39.95

Baby will love to snuggle up inside this super heartwarming faux fur holiday jacket with hood. Featuring embroidered Minnie surrounded by gold snowflakes and glittery satin lining.

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Walt Disney World Resort Update for September 20-26, 2016

MousePlanet - September 20, 2016 - 03:00 am

Food and Wine and pictures | Magic Kingdom's 45th anniversary merchandise debuts | Discounts released for La Nouba by Cirque du Soleil | Views around Hollywood Studios | This and That | Crowd Forecast
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Episode 1523 - Logan and Will's Trip Report Part 1

WDW Today Podcast - August 03, 2016 - 10:00 am

Logan and Will just got back from a very quick trip to WDW, but packed in a lot of stuff. This ran long so a second show will be released on Friday with the continuation of the trip report. This episode we tackle the Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios including the Star Wars Dessert Party.
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SATURDAY SIX: Six Reasons We Love EPCOT!

TouringPlans.com Blog - July 16, 2016 - 08:55 am

By Derek Burgan

This week’s SATURDAY SIX looks at Reasons We Love EPCOT. This July we’re celebrating Walt Disney World here on the SATURDAY SIX. We started at Animal Kingdom, and then made our way to Hollywood Studios, but this week we are going to look at a theme park that is unlike any other in America: Epcot.

EPCOT, the only Walt Disney World park in which the monorail goes into the actual park. (photo by Brian Carey)

Comprised of two distinct sections (Future World and World Showcase,) it’s impossible to compare EPCOT to any other theme park you’ve been to. The term “edutainment” is often used to describe the park because it generally eschewed the traditional model of quick and whimsical children’s rides, and instead focused on long and elaborate dark rides that refused to shoehorn in Disney characters (RIP Horizons.) EPCOT’s mascot Figment became an immediate hit, and certainly remains the most popular character ever designed for a theme park. We’ve seen many changes to EPCOT over the years, but it remains a wonderfully unique park. Yes, we miss Kitchen Kaberet, World of Motion, and the original Journey into Imagination as much as anyone, but there are still plenty of things to love about EPCOT’s current state. What’s our favorite?  Well, sit back, snack on some school bread, and let’s start our countdown with…

# 6 – Frozen Ever After

In 2014 we shed our tears with the rest of the #SaveMaelstrom movement, but an amazing thing happened when Walt Disney Imagineering converted the old Norway boat ride into an attraction based around the hit movie Frozen: they hit a monstrous home run. Given the constraints WDI had to work with including – for Disney – a rapid turnaround, Frozen Ever After is a dark ride so good that it would fit in perfectly with the legendary Fantasyland attractions at the Magic Kingdom. The animatronics are amazing (Olaf steals the show), guests get to see all their favorite Frozen characters and hear almost the entire film’s soundtrack, including the contractually obligated “Let It Go.”

Elsa, Anna, and Olaf in Frozen Ever After. (photo by Brian Carey)

Sven after getting a triple dog dare. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Queen Elsa. (photo by Brian Carey)

The star of Frozen Ever After, Olaf! (photo by Brandon Glover)

# 5 – The Festivals

With dates expanding every year, we could possibly see a time when the Flower & Garden Festival runs straight into the International Food & Wine Festival, and all we can say is: good! Both festivals are completely free with park admission, have a lot of fun things to do and see, and bring along a whole bunch of unique food and drink items. Flower & Garden turns EPCOT, already one of the most beautiful parks around, into THE most beautiful with a series of well manicured gardens and must-see topiaries. Despite the increasing cost (and decreasing size) of the portions, Food & Wine is still one of the best experiences at WDW as you walk from booth to booth trying foods and drinks from locales around the globe.

The Olive Oil-Poached Salmon with Fresh Corn, Bacon, and Pepper Jam from The Chew booth. (Photo by Julia Mascardo)

Taylor Hanson of the group Hanson, playing a set during Food & Wine. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Mmmhops, the craft beer from the band Hanson. Not to be confused with The Yeastie Boys and Death Cab For Fruity brewed by their competitors. (photo by Brandon Glover)

The Ocean Spray Cranberry Bog is always a hit when it appears at Food & Wine. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Mickey and Minnie in a pose similar to the famous painting American Gothic. (photo by Brian Carey)

Beijing-style candied strawberries at the Lotus House during Flower & Garden. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Cogsworth and Lumiere topiaries in France during Flower & Garden. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Even the Germany village is decorated during Flower & Garden. (photo by Brandon Glover)

This Mater topiary is here solely as a tribute to the fine work of Andy Castro, who recently ended a historic run on his incredible Dateline Disneyland photo updates. (photo by Brandon Glover)

# 4 – Spaceship Earth

EPCOT was the first Disney park not to have a castle as its icon, and instead has the  “giant golf ball” known as Spaceship Earth standing 180 feet tall at the park entrance. While a visual spectacle on the outside, the inside also contains a beloved dark ride taking guests through the history of communication. Who among us doesn’t fondly remember the burning smell when passing through Rome, smile when seeing the sleeping monk, or know most of narrator Dame Judy Dench’s spiel by heart, including the reminder to thank the Phoenicians? In recent years a controversial ending was added to the attraction, but it is one that Your Humble Author enjoys a lot. Every time we go to the parks with someone who hasn’t been a million times, they love seeing themselves photoshopped Jib Jab style into a cute animation that can be different every time you ride.

The iconic Spaceship Earth. (photo by Brandon Glover)

The history of human communication is told during your ascent up Spaceship Earth. (photo by Tom Bricker)

Ever wanted a glimpse into the home offices of the SATURDAY SIX? (photo by Tom Bricker)

Any future featuring the King and Queen of theme park YouTube is okay with us. (photo by Tim and Jenn Tracker)

Spaceship Earth at night. (Photo by Tom Bricker)

# 3 – Soarin’

There are some theme park skeptics who don’t appreciate Soarin’  with the same degree of passion that we here at the SATURDAY SIX do. To us, the mere fact that it is the only attraction at Walt Disney World that regularly gets an applause after every showing speaks volumes about the overall effect it has on an average guest. The new and improved version of Soarin’ – with its 4K crisp video – even eliminates some of the only negatives of the old ride, that being the scratches and dust bunnies which filled the larger than life IMAX screen. Guests get the sensation of flying (complete with air being blown at you, along with several scents), one of the all-time greatest attraction scores, and now pass by all of the world’s most well known landmarks (basically if it has been blown up by aliens during a movie, you fly by it in Soarin’.) This ride is pure Disney magic, and don’t let any jaded theme park blogger tell you otherwise.

Soarin’ now gets recognized on The Land Pavilion’s sign. (photo by Brandon Glover)

The world famous Matterhorn as seen in Soarin’. (photo by Adam Roth of Theme Park Review)

If you look closely you can see 42 Wallaby Way in this shot of Sydney, Australia. (photo by Adam Roth of Theme Park Review)

Some fun hidden MIckeys can be found in Soarin’. (photo by Adam Roth of Theme Park Review)

The finale of Soarin’ in WDW now takes place over EPCOT. (photo by Adam Roth of Theme Park Review)

# 2 – The Restaurants

Until the recent transformation of Disney Springs, when it came to dining at Walt Disney World, there was one place to send people: World Showcase. Here lies a collection of unique restaurants that is second to none in the theme park world. In the Mexico Pavilion you can dine inside the temple as boats from Gran Fiesta Tour pass you by at San Angel Inn. Canada has Le Cellier Steakhouse and its famous cheddar cheese soup. France’s Monsieur Paul is true fine dining inside a theme park. Italy has Via Napoli serving the greatest pizza on Disney property. Akershus, Restaurant Marrakesh, Chefs de France, and who can pass up fish & chips or some bangers & mash at Rose & Crown? There are so many fantastic restaurants in World Showcase that it puts the other three WDW parks to shame.

Via Napoli, home of the best pizza on Disney property. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Monsieur Paul. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Le Cellier. (photo by Brandon Glover)

One of our favorite places to eat in World Showcase is none other than Teppan Edo in the Japan Pavilion. The hibachi chefs prepare your meal directly in front of you, including the “volcano” that everyone wants to see, and the food itself is excellent.

Teppan Edo. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Teppan Edo. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Teppan Edo chef. (photo by Brandon Glover)

This onion is simulating what happens to Your Humble Author every time he sees a photo shot in portrait. (photo by Brandon Glover))

Salmon at Teppan Edo. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Junmai Sake Flight. Junmai, Junmai Ginjyo, and Junmai Daiginiyo premium sakes. (photo by Brandon Glover)

# 1 – IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth

There have been very strong rumors lately that that IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth, EPCOT’s nighttime spectacular is in for a major change. To that we say, nay nay. Let’s face it, if IllumiNations ever changes we’ll never get anything like it again. We’re not overwhelmed with characters or forced-in product placements (we’re looking in your direction World of Color). It is the very definition of a spectacle using over the top fireworks, lasers, neon lights, and a stirring musical soundtrack to deliver its story. Yes, the story may actually be more incomprehensible than the plot to Batman V Superman, but along with the pyrotechnic ballyhoo there is the large globe doing whatever it is that it does. We don’t know exactly why the globe unfolds like a flower, but that flower brings with it one of the most show stopping finales we know of. IllumiNations is not by any means perfect, but you just know if Disney changed this show, the globe would be replaced by a giant Duffy the Disney Bear head, the music would be the Frozen soundtrack as sung by Demi Lovato, and the narration would be done by Neil Patrick Harris.

Don’t you dare change a thing to IllumiNations Disney. Don’t you dare.

IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth. (photo by Brandon Glover)

IllumiNations. (Photo by Brandon Glover)

IllumiNations. (photo by Brandon Glover)

IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth as seen behind Spaceship Earth. (photo by Brian Carey)

HONORABLE MENTION – World Showcase Shopping

Something that rarely gets the attention that it deserves is how much fun it can be just walking through all the stores throughout World Showcase. Unlike your average theme park stores, they aren’t filled with the same t-shirts and generic logos. Our favorite shopping experiences include the carts inside the Mexican temple, walking through the huge China store (which is almost a museum in parts), and of course the Japan stores (which for us is like a Tokyo Toys R Us.) Take your time and browse some of these areas. Wander in deep and see the masks in the Italy pavilion or get lost in the Morocco area, you’ll love it and maybe find something you never knew you were looking for.

Japan Pavilion. (photo by Brandon Glover)

China Pavilion. (photo by Brandon Glover)

Morocco Pavilion. (photo by Brandon Glover)

The exception that proves the rule. Thanks, Canada. (photo by Brandon Glover)

DOUBLE SECRET HONORABLE MENTION: Leave a Legacy

The Leave A Legacy monoliths outside of Spaceship Earth are one thing in EPCOT that many guests would probably be happy to see moved. If you are not one of the 500,000 or so people that bought a tile, there’s very little reason to appreciate these slabs which are directly at the front of the park. However, some of us DO have a reason to check them. My family personally has two tiles, and it is nice to see them each time each time I go to the park. There’s also a set of tiles featuring the band N*Sync (oh wait, I forgot I’m making the case to keep the monoliths.)

Let’s say Disney did move the Leave A Legacy monoliths, what are they going to put in place of them? DVC kiosks? C’mon these are cooler than that. Right? Right?!

Leave A Legacy monoliths in front of Spaceship Earth. (photo by Brandon Glover)

“And from way up here, you all look like little ants!” – Heimlich, A Bug’s Life

Justin Timberlake and four other guys. Just kidding Joey! photo by MeetTheMagic.com)

My mother and my grandmother got this tile in honor of my uncle David and aunt Laurel.

The second tile in has my mother immortalized at the front of EPCOT.

 

So there you have it: Six Reasons We LOVE Disney’s EPCOT. See you next weekend for the latest installment of the SATURDAY SIX, where we’ll be going to a little place called The Magic Kingdom. If you enjoyed yourself, be sure to check out The Magic, The Memories, and Merch! articles, or, for your listening pleasure, check out the E-Ticket Report podcast. You can also follow Your Humble Author on Twitter (@derekburgan)

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Special Thanks to crack staff photographer Brandon Glover, YouTube royalty Tim and Jenn Tracker, Jammin’ Julia Mascardo, the icon of Disney photography Tom Bricker, Stubborn as a Mule (but twice as smart) Tim Grassey, the man who gives 9 Dragons  5 stars “Brutal” Brian Carey, the m an who gives 9 Dragons 6 stars “Astonishing” Adam Roth of Theme Park Review, and blogger to the stars Megan Stump for their invaluable assistance with this article. Be sure to also check out Brandon on The Park Blogger podcast with co-host Aengus Mackenzie along with Meg’s Yeti To Be Named Disney Podcast.

Epcot’s dedication by Card Walker. (photo by Brandon Glover)

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Pizza Planet to become a Muppets-themed restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Attractions Magazine - July 15, 2016 - 04:12 pm

It’s been rumored for a while, and now it’s official. The Pizza Planet restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which has been closed for months for refurbishment, will reopen this fall as PizzeRizzo. The Muppets’ Rizzo the Rat-themed restaurant will offer casual Italian-American dining for lunch and dinner. It’s expected the menu will remain very similar […]
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News: PizzeRizzo Officially Announced for Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney Food Blog - July 15, 2016 - 03:51 pm

Hooray! It’s official… Disney has confirmed that PizzeRizzo is indeed opening in Disney’s Hollywood Studios this fall!

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The spelling is a bit different from when the original rumors surfaced that Pizza Rizzo might be opening in the former home of Toy Story Pizza Planet, but other anticipated details remain the same. The new theme of the Counter Service pizza spot in the Studios will center around Muppet Rizzo the Rat!

Along with the artwork above, Disney also revealed that the Imagineering team responsible for the new eatery will hide “hints of Rizzo, his extended family and friends who have visited PizzeRizzo over the years throughout the two-story quick-service location,” owned and operated by Rizzo himself. Features will include a “cheesy” banquet room as well as a unique booth that is specifically designated for Rizzo’s celebrity pals.

Look for PizzeRizzo to open this fall in the Muppets Courtyard of Disney’s Hollywood Studios!

Are you excited about PizzeRizzo? Please let us know with a comment!

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PizzeRizzo is Coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

TouringPlans.com Blog - July 15, 2016 - 03:21 pm

By Rikki Niblett

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Have you been wondering what’s been going on with Pizza Planet since it closed a few months ago? I certainly had been. Plus, if you mixed the refurbishment news together with the news that the entire area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios had been rebranded as Muppet Courtyard, you knew something was clearly up. Now, we know what that something is. Today, Disney announced that a new Muppets-themed restaurant called PizzeRizzo will be opening this fall!

Everyone knows and loves Rizzo the Rat and what better character to own and operate a pizzeria. (? Sure…why not. I mean what do the Guests know anyway…they’re tourists.) Guests will be able to grab some pizza or a cold beverage in this two-story quick-service location which will feature both indoor and outdoor seating. Guests will be able to dine in a “cheesy” banquet room or enjoy a special booth designed just for Rizzo’s celebrity friends. You’ll also need to be on the lookout as Guests will be able to see hints of Rizzo, his extended family, and friends who’ve visited his family pizzeria over the years stashed around the restaurant.

Of course, as many know, according to Jim Hill, the Muppets were always supposed to have a themed pizzeria, however the original version was to be themed around Gonzo – The Great Gonzo’s Pandemonium Pizza Parlor. Proof that no good idea dies at Disney; it just morphs into something else.

I look forward to learning more about PizzeRizzo and sharing them with you!

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Club Villain returning to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

The Disney Blog - July 15, 2016 - 08:00 am

This fall Disney’s Hollywood Studios will welcome some legendary Disney villains to help usher in some new family friendly fun leading up to Halloween. On Friday and Saturday nights from Sept 2 – Oct 29 and on October 31, Sunset Showcase will host “Club Villain” a special dining experience where...

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Club Villain Returns to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

TouringPlans.com Blog - July 14, 2016 - 02:36 pm

By Rikki Niblett

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Looking to get spooky at Walt Disney World this fall? Club Villain is returning for select dates in September and October.

Club Villain, which takes place in the Sunset Showcase at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (located near Rock n’ Roller Coaster), is hosted by Dr. Facilier, the baddie from The Princess and the Frog. The evening features a night of dancing and dining, all while celebrating with your favorite Disney villains.

The event will feature a delightful menu inspired after The Princess and The Frog‘s New Orleans location. Dishes will include beef striploin rubbed with herbes de Provence, Voodoo sticky “pig wings” with citrus gremolata and spicy shrimp sautéed with Andouille sausage, tomato, okra and onions over creamy polenta. There will also be great chilling cocktail concoctions, plus beer and wine at the Potions Bar.

Guests will be able to mix and mingle with Maleficent, Queen of Hearts, the Evil Queen and Cruella De Vil. Oh and they’ll be able to enjoy wicked awesome jams from the DJ!

Keep in mind that seating for this event will be banquet style, so you may be seated with other guests, depending on your party’s size.

Club Villain is a ticketed dining and entertainment offering and shows will be occur every Friday and Saturday during September and October, with two shows performed nightly at 5:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Additionally, shows will also be offered on Halloween, Monday, October 31.

Tickets to Club Villain can be purchased for $129 per person, tax and gratuity included. Do keep in mind that separate admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios is required, and is not included in the price of this package. Guests can make reservations by visiting DisneyWorld.com or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

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EPCOT Rumor Roundup

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Hollywood Studios to Offer Early Morning Magic

AllEars - July 13, 2016 - 12:34 pm

Beginning August 1, Disney Early Morning Magic will be offered at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Disney Early Morning Magic launched at Magic Kingdom in April of this year to give guests the opportunity to be among the first to experience theme park attractions and breakfast inside the park. At the Studios, Early Morning Magic begins at 7:45 a.m., when guests can enter the park and experience several attractions and character meet-and-greets: Star Tours - The Adventures Continue, Toy Story Mania!, Pixar Place character greetings (with Woody and Buzz), Mickey and Minnie on Commissary Lane and Olaf at Celebrity Spotlight. An all-you-care-to-enjoy breakfast will be available at ABC Commissary from 8 to 10 a.m. Tickets, which are limited, cost $69 for adults and $59 for children ages 3-9 (plus tax). Book Disney Early Morning Magic for Disney's Hollywood Studios at DisneyWorld.com/EarlyMorningMagic or call 407-827-7350. (A theme park ticket is required in addition to the Disney Early Morning Magic ticket. Disney Early Morning Magic is also a separate experience than Extra Magic Hours, which are held on different dates). EDITOR'S NOTE: Disney Early Morning Magic also has been extended through September 30, 2016, for the Magic Kingdom.
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The Disney Blog - July 13, 2016 - 03:03 am

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News: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Early Morning Magic Event Now Available for Booking

Disney Food Blog - July 12, 2016 - 03:54 pm

Remember a few months ago when Disney released a new Early Morning Magic option for early birds at Magic Kingdom?

Here’s the basic gist: purchase of a limited-entry special ticket event — in addition to regular park admission — allows guests to enter the park early and ride a few in-demand attractions before the park’s regular opening and enjoy an included breakfast to boot. Well, it appears a similar event is coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

AT-AT outside of Star Tours attraction at Hollywood Studios

Early Morning Magic participants will have the chance to enjoy Star Tours and Toy Story Mania, as well as participate in Meet and Greets with Mickey and Minnie, Woody and Buzz, and Olaf. The event runs from 7:45 am to 10:00 am on select Mondays and Wednesdays, and is currently bookable via the Disney World website (or by calling 407-827-7350) for dates beginning August 1st through the end of September 2016.

Just like Magic Kingdom’s early morning event, breakfast will be included as part of the experience. ABC Commissary will be the host of this all-you-care-to-eat experience from 8:00 – 10:00 am.

ABC Commissary Entrance

The buffet will include items like freshly baked Pastries, Scrambled Eggs, Spinach and Mushroom Frittata, Bacon and Pork Sausage, Cheesy Potatoes, Puffed French Toast, Muesli, Fruits and Berries, and beverages such as coffee, tea, milk, and chilled fruit juices.

Early Morning Magic at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is available with the purchase of a separate ticket (in addition to regular park admission, which is also required). The cost for the extra event is $69 per adult, and $59 for children ages 3 to 9 (not including tax). Please note that, according to the Disney World website, “At approximately 9:00 AM, the theme park will open to Guests with regular theme park admission tickets and event-only attraction access will end.”

With increased demand at Epcot for new experiences like Soarin’ Around the World and Frozen Ever After, we can’t help but wonder if that park is next for an Early Morning Magic Event? We’ll be keeping an eye out, and will keep you posted here.

Would you participate in an Early Morning Magic event at a Disney World park? Please let us know with a comment!

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Disney Early Morning Magic at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

TouringPlans.com Blog - July 12, 2016 - 03:09 pm

By Rikki Niblett

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Recently, Disney introduced the idea of Early Morning Magic at the Magic Kingdom. Well it seems that the concept was a good idea, so they are now rolling the idea over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This special event allows Guests to enter the theme park early in the morning before the park opens officially for Guests for the day and allows for the ability to ride attractions that commonly have long waits, as well as enjoy a great in-park breakfast.

During the event, Guests are able to experience Toy Story Mania!, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue and meet favorite characters such as Buzz and Woody at Pixar Place, Mickey and Minnie at Red Carpet Dreams, and Olaf at the Celebrity Spotlight.

Plus, in addition to getting in some some early morning fun, Guests will also be able to enjoy a fantastic breakfast at ABC Commissary. Breakfast will be served from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Menu items will include:

  • Assorted chilled fruit juices
  • Sliced seasonal fruit and berries
  • A variety of freshly baked breakfast pastries, served with butter, preserves and marmalade
  • Fluffy scrambled eggs
  • Spinach and mushroom frittata
  • Bacon and pork sausage
  • Cheesy potatoes
  • Puffed French toast with butter & syrup
  • Muesli with assorted toppings
  • Coffee, decaf, milk, chocolate milk and a selection of teas

Due to its extra ticketed status, entry will be limited. In addition to the ticket for the event, Guests must have regular theme park admission. The cost is $69 per adult (ages 10 and up) and $59 per child (ages 3 through 9) plus tax.

Disney Early Morning Magic will take place on select Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Official check-in will take place near the far-left turnstiles of the Main Entrance to Disney’s Hollywood Studios beginning at 7:45 a.m. Guests will receive a wristband for identification upon check-in.

Do keep in mind that Disney’s Hollywood Studios will open at 9:00 a.m. to Guests with regular theme park admission and access to the event-only attractions will end.

Disney Early Morning Magic is scheduled to begin on August 1 and run through the end of Septebmer.

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