Food is a big part of the Disney vacation experience. Whether you buy the dining plan (and which one) or which eateries to choose can be as big of a decision as which parks to visit and which resorts to stay at. During my many research trips, I've run across some interesting food details and wanted to share them with you. I've looked at Disney dining before: Chef Mickey and the Evolution of Character Dining
Walt Disney World is 40 years old. A lot has changed over the years and not just increased admission prices; we have lost attractions, lands, restaurants and philosophies.
Part of what I love doing is scouring old Walt Disney World publications and photographs to decipher changes and record what history I can. Something that most Disney enthusiasts recognize is the lack
Updated 05-21-2012 at 04:34 AM by Dustysage
I've talked about my love of souvenir guides before and I constantly find myself pulling those books off my shelves and taking a trip back to vintage Walt Disney World. 1970s and 1980s Walt Disney World was a vastly different vacation than you can have today. It's not only fun to see the strange fashions, but also to see the attractions and areas that are gone.
I started sharing photos
Updated 05-13-2012 at 08:52 PM by ImagiNERDing
Brown leisure suits, ruffled dresses, strappy heels, shiny jumpsuits and feathered hair were all but required at the Top of the World in the 1970s. A glass-enclosed eatery on the 15th floor of the Contemporary, the Top of the World offered views that stretched 30 miles in every direction while offering the finest in dining and entertainment in Central Florida. Where else you could you enjoy Roast
Updated 05-06-2012 at 08:55 PM by ImagiNERDing
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