09 May 2010

Disney This Week - 9 May 2010

There are a lot of questions that surround membership and benefits of the Disney Vacation Club. Earlier in the week, Katie Siloac of the dvc life, explains how functional a small amount of points can be.

Continuing his step-by-step tour of the design of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Sam Gennawey began excavating Dinoland U.S.A. at SamLand’s Disney Adventures.

Over at WDW Radio, Lou Mongello brough to our attention a video which highlights some of the new experiences and technologies that are being Imagineered for Disney Cruise Lines’ newest ship, the Disney Dream.

Andy Jackson shows that he lives up to the Eating (and Drinking) around the World moniker as he takes readers on a whirlwind journey of one weekend’s meals.

Disney Every Day scribe Amanda Tinney took part in Goofy’s Mystery Tour this week, an event I hope to experience one day, and gave us a glimpse into the challenge.

D23 scribe, Scott Wolf, interviewed Disneyland Resort President George Kalogridis in a session that covered not only the future of Disneyland, but Kalogridis’ entire history with the Disney Company.

The Meet the World archives took us back in time to Disneyland this week, as TokyoMagic! showcased the park’s 1975 celebration of Cinco de Mayo.

With Star Wars Weekends just around the corner, Matt Hochberg is making sure the readers of Studios Central are well prepared with suggestions for a better Star Wars Weekend experience.

Shawn Slater has remained on Main Street U.S.A. this week. Along the way, DisneyShawn explored a storied spot of the street, the Hall of Champions.

If you’re have a sugar craving, make sure to check out The Disney Food Blog, as AJ taste-tests her way through Disneyland’s Candy Palace. For the companion piece be sure to check out the Gazette's own look at the Magic Kingdom’s Main Street Confectionery. If these articles don’t satisfy your sweet tooth, then check out the tour of new treats that Pam Brandon brought to the Disney Parks Blog.

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