Author Archives: Krysten Swensen

100-Year-Old Veteran Cries Happy Tears After Being Surprised With a Trip to Disney

Elderly Man Disneyland Trip

They say that Disneyland Resort is The Happiest Place on Earth — and for good reason. Between the amazing rides, the fun character meet and greets, delicious food, and incredible nighttime spectaculars like World of Color and Disneyland Forever Fireworks, there is a lot to love. Every day, thousands of people walk through Disneyland’s gates and have the best day ...

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Disney+ Getting Big Shakeup In Leadership

Alisa Bowen Disney Plus

In 2019, The Walt Disney Company launched its very own streaming service — Disney+. In the three years since Disney+ has been available, the company has extended its operations to more than 100 countries and has created different streaming content based on the area of the world it is in — like Disney+ Hotstar in India, which offers programming in ...

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Disney LEGOs That Have Us Clicking “Add to Cart”

I don’t know about you, but I am a Disney collector. Between amazing spirit jerseys to fun Minnie Ears, pins, and more, there are so many great Disney things to collect (almost too many). One of the most popular items Disney fans can add to their collection is a LEGO set. There are literally hundreds of LEGO sets for all ...

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Popular Universal Coaster Flooded, Second Ride Building Damaged Due to Hurricane Ian

Universal Orlando hurricane damage

After days of heavy winds and rain, Hurricane Ian is finally making its way out of Florida. Both Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort have announced that they will begin phased reopenings of their theme parks — although Universal’s will be only for Resort hotel Guests — on September 30. Now, during these phased reopenings, not all experiences ...

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Disney Characters Bring Magic to Stranded Hotel Guests

Disney characters Hurricane Ian

On September 28, Hurricane Ian hit Central Florida as a Category 1 hurricane. There were strong winds, flash flooding, and power outages across the area — including at the Walt Disney World Resort. While some Guests had managed to get out of town before the storm hit, other Guests decided to stay and ride out the storm, while others found ...

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