Carousel of Progress: A Tribute to Walt’s Optimism

Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress began as a Disney-made attraction for General Electric at the 1964-65 World’s Fair in New York. It was named Progressland at the Fair. This ride marvel was the first to move the audience, keeping the stage stationary. It is also the first show to take advantage of a completely Audio-Animatronic family of actors. This Audio-Animatronic ...

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5 Things You Will Love About Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room

Named after the two most common words in British pub names (“rose” and “crown”), this restaurant and pub is a slice of England in sunny Florida. Rose and Crown hides in plain sight, situated right on World Showcase promenade. Chances are, you’ve walked right past it, not even knowing the awesome-ness you’re missing out on. Well, I’m here to tell ...

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5 Things You Will Love About Casey’s Corner

“And when, responding to the cheers, he lightly doffed his hat, No stranger in the crowd could doubt ’twas Casey at the bat.” Part of the poem by Ernest Thayer published in 1888. 5. Casey at the Bat inspired this corner of hot dog heaven. This is a baseball themed eatery in the Magic Kingdom and the menu is sure to ...

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5 Things You Will Love About Sanaa At Walt Disney World

Tucked away in the far western edge of Walt Disney World, sits the incredible Animal Kingdom Lodge, where, in the Kidani Village, you will find Sanaa. This restaurant is truly a hidden gem at Walt Disney World. In fact, Sanaa means “work of art” in Swahili, and the restaurant is aptly named. From its creative decor, delicious desserts, and amazing ...

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The Top 8 Most Exciting Jobs At Walt Disney World

There are many jobs at Walt Disney World that we each find especially exciting. It is pretty hard to pare it down to eight and my list may not match yours, but that is what makes Walt Disney World SO special- it reaches out to so many people in different ways. When I started this list I seriously considered adding ...

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