The official Disney Blog has released some concept art of Epcot’s new Restaurants, currently under construction at the Italy and Mexico Pavilions. Continue Reading →
The Tuesday Tip this week is to help you decide if you should stay inside the park on your next visit. There are many advantages to staying inside the park when you visit Walt Disney World. Below we provide some of our top advantages.
1. Resort Choices: There are so many different Walt Disney World Resort: Hotels to choose from. There are Value Resorts like the Pop Century Resort, Moderate Resorts that will make you feel like your in the French Quarter of New Orleans or choose a Deluxe Villa and be a kid again by staying in a beautiful 3 bedroom Treehouse Villa. Continue Reading →
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
With its enormous entrance area, rustic setting, and showcase pool, the Disney Wilderness Lodge is one of the most beautiful resorts in the Walt Disney World Resort. So where is this weeks Hidden Mickey?
Fire Rock Geyser
Outside, from the walkway next to Fire Rock Geyser, scan the shallow stream running down from the small pool by the geyser. There are two possible classic Mickey’s in the rock of the streambed. The Fire Rock Geyser erupts every hour on the hour, providing a thrilling water display of nature’s power!
- Fire Rock Geyser – Can You Find Them?
- Fire Rock Geyser Large with MOUSEovers
- Fire Rock Geyser Close up
- Fire Rock Geyser Close up with MOUSEovers
Set Your Clock
On Saturday, March 27, 2010 at 8:30 p.m. local time, Earth Hour will once again cascade around the globe, from New Zealand to Hawaii.
On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people, organizations, corporations and governments around the world will come together to make a bold statement about their concern for climate change by doing something quite simple—turning off their lights for one hour. In the U.S. where we are already feeling the impacts of climate change, Earth Hour sends a clear message that Americans care about this issue and want to turn the lights out on dirty air, dangerous dependency on foreign oil and costly climate change impacts, and make the switch to cleaner air, a strong economic future and a more secure nation.
Participation is easy. By flipping off your lights on March 27th at 8:30 p.m. local time you will be making the switch to a cleaner, more secure nation and prosperous America.
Disney Pin Trading is the buying and trading of collectible pins and related items featuring Disney characters, attractions, icons, and other elements. Many thousands of unique pins have been created over the years. Pins are available for a limited time; the base price for a pin is US$6.95. Limited edition pins, and special pins (e.g. pins that have a dangle, pin-on-pin, flocking, lenticular, light-up, moving element, 3-D element, etc.) cost up to $14.95. Featured Artist and Jumbo Pins cost between $20 and $35 and Super Jumbo pins cost upwards of, and sometimes beyond, $75. Each guest may purchase up to two pins of each style per day. Pins are frequently released at special events, movie premiers, pin trading events or to commemorate the opening day of a new attraction. Some pins have appreciated well on the secondary market and have reached prices of over US$500 at venues such as eBay. Most Disney pins are enamel or enamel cloisonné with a metal base.
As of 2008, trading pins are no longer sold in stores outside of those located at the theme parks, and are only available through ordering them at the online Disney Store. Disney Shopping has offered limited edition pins on their website since Disney Auctions was closed. Continue Reading →