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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Disneyland History Through Post Cards: Anaheim Motels Part 3

Here's part three of our "Disneyland History Through Post Cards" series. This time we're taking a look at the motels of West Katella Avenue. ~~Rick Islander Motel 424 West Katella Avenue Too bad the awesome tiki-style sign...

The Sweep Spot Episode 133 – Interview with Former Disneyland Cast Member Who...

In this Episode we welcome former Disneyland cast member Vern Hoiland. Vern was hired into Disneyland in 1969 and retired in 2006. Vern saw a lot fo changes over the years from managment, park...

The Haunted Mansion Show: Magic Resurrected

In this week’s installment of this ghostly gallery of episodes, The Hatbox Ghost has come back from his cavernous hatbox with another magic trick to mystify your senses. He then details more on his...

Frontierland Games and Summertime Fun at Disneyland Resort

The Disneyland Resort survived the 4th of July with ease as low crowd levels made the holiday weekend an absolute dream for those with access to the park. Meanwhile, a brand new type of...

Pier Review: Pacific Ocean Park

For the price of this book, you can now go back in time. You can visit the park that tried to bring together the best aspects of a traditional seaside amusement pier and the...

PhotoPass+ vs Disney Memory Maker

Having just returned from a vacation fully immersed in Walt Disney World's MyMagic+, I was finally able to experience all of the new components firsthand.  Our last trip to the World was October 2013...

Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy: The Wilderness Lodges of Glacier National Park – Part II

In this two-part article, we continue our exploration of those far-flung wilderness regions of the United States whose rustic lodges have inspired some of Disney's grandest hotels, from the Wilderness Lodge in Florida to the Grand Californian Hotel...

The Disney EAR in Review – A Look Back at the First HALF of...

This week, Ricky Brigante (Inside the Magic) joins Paul Barrie (WindowtotheMagic) for our twice yearly discussion of EVERYTHING (literally) that has happened in the world of Disney.  This 3-HOUR LONG yap-a-thon shows just how...

Frozen Summer Fun at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Hello, and welcome to Dateline Disney World! This week, we’re taking a look at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the Frozen Summer Fun that has just started. Let’s go!         More mercy and food for Frozen.   It was...

Bob’s True-Life Adventures – No.7 2014 Eze and Monaco

MiceChat's June 2014 Mediterranean Magic Cruise organized by Teresa Cory of Fairy Godmother Travel set sail from the fabulous port of Barcelona (which I covered in my last article) in the autonomous Catalonia community...

Accident at Six Flags Magic Mountain Bushwhacks Ninja

On Monday, July 7th, the Ninja coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain partially derailed when the suspended coaster struck a tree that had fallen against the track.  The first car, containing 4 passengers, was...

Diagon Alley Officially Opens and CityWalk Update at the Universal Orlando Resort

July 8th, 2014 marks the official public grand opening of The Wizarding World: Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando Resort. Diagon Alley Opens In the days leading up to the grand opening, Universal was soft opening the...

Progress at Shanghai Disneyland

We have a very special treat for your today. Stefan Zwanzger, world traveling "Theme Park Guy", has been tracking the progress of Shanghai Disneyland for years on his own site thethemeparkguy.com. We now share his...

Disafterdark Podcast – Series 2, Episode 20 – Drop the Zombie Donkey

We don't have a guest this week, so it's just the three of us. Which gives us an opportunity to ask each other questions such as: Where would you hide on Disney Property in the...

Disneyland celebrates the Fourth of July with new Wonders, Marvels and Frontiers

Disneyland celebrated the Fourth of July holiday with special fireworks and live entertainment but the holiday weekend brought some new magic and marvelous sneak peeks to the park. In Fantasyland, the classic Alice...

The Amazing Pacific Ocean Park

A long time ago, near Venice Beach California, a fascinating theme park rose from the water.  Its name was Pacific Ocean Park.  "POP" (pronounced "pee-oh-pee"), as it was soon nicknamed, was a joint venture...

Gilroy Gardens: One Man Dreamed of Trees (Part 2)

Here's part two of Marc Rickett's visit to Gilroy Gardens including some photos of the world famous Circus Trees. If you didn't catch part one yesterday, you can get caught up HERE. ~~Rick Gilroy Gardens:...

Dedicated to DLP Podcast #40: Ratatouille The Adventure Fan Event

Just back from Disneyland Paris, Mark tells us all about the new Ratatouille: The Attraction, Bistrot Chez Rémy & La Place de Rémy which was opened up for the press and a special group...

Gilroy Gardens: One Man Dreamed of Trees

Marc Ricketts has been traveling around the Bay Area and again shares one of his awesome photo essays. Join us as we visit Gilroy Gardens (formerly Bonfante Gardens). We have part one for you...

Disneyland Gets New Guardians And Returns To The Rabbit Hole

It's a big, bold and patriotic weekend at the Disneyland Resort.  Alice in Wonderland, the classic Fantasyland dark ride, finally reopened after a long 6 month refurbishment.  Is it as good or better than...