16 May 2010

Disney This Week - 16 May 2010

Slawn Slater takes a look at the history and inspiration behind the Crystal Palace on DisneyShawn.

In what is likely one of the greatest photo shoots I’ve ever seen, Carly and The Disney Wedding Blog shares some Up-inspired Engagement photos.

One of my favorite extinct attractions from the Magic Kingdom is the Swan Boats, brought to us this week by Michael Crawford and Progress City U.S.A.

Over at the Disney Parks Blog, Thomas Smith highlights the playground construction by volunteers from Disney, the Pine Hills community, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida and the non-profit organization KaBOOM!.

Sam Gennawey explores the Redwood Creek Challenge as well as the area’s exploration of Native American Myths on SamLand’s Disney Adventures.

Andy, at The Backside of Water, highlights one of my favorite food signs in all of Walt Disney World.

This week at WDW Radio, Jeremy Marx, draw attention to some of Pirates of the Caribbean’s most treasured booty.

As part of our continuing series comparing Disneyland to Walt Disney World’s dining establishments, The Disney Food Blog examined Redd Rocket’s Pizza Port while we here at the Gazette tried out Pizza Planet. In other food news, AJ found one of the most amazing Coca Cola machines ever.

1 comment:

SamLand said...

As always, thanks for the link.

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