Take a trip down Disney memory lane
No matter who you are or where you're from, you know about The Muppets.
How could you not?
Since the premiere of The Muppet Show in 1974, these characters have become instantly recognizable, and beloved by those of all ages. So when Disney was looking for a new attraction to build in Disney-MGM
Since it opened in 1974, Six Flags Great Adventure has been the go to meeting place where New Jerseyians could gather and share in their love of theme parks. In fact, one could argue that Great Adventure was America’s very first “themed” park. Up until that time, theme parks were little more than a bunch of rides and attractions thrown together in one area, with little to no story
Updated 04-02-2012 at 04:20 AM by The 626
The Three Caballeros[/I] is my favorite Disney animated film. I enjoy the (slightly skewed) history of each country we get from the animated segments and the antics of the The Three Caballeros as they travel around Latin America.
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Updated 03-18-2012 at 02:06 PM by The 626
"We welcome you to The Living Seas. We welcome you to Seabase Alpha."
And with those words, we were transported to a world under the sea...
Not a world filled with singing crustaceans and red-headed mermaids. That's reserved for cartoons. I'm talking about the REAL DEAL: a living, breathing seabase, teeming with life and research.
Updated 03-11-2012 at 09:29 AM by The 626
For many, Pirates of the Caribbean is the highlight of their trip to Walt Disney World. Though it is not as complex as the original Disneyland version of the ride, this tried and true classic has entertained and delighted millions of guests since it opened in the Magic Kingdom in 1973.
However, Pirates of the Caribbean almost didn't make it into
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