23 September 2012

Disney This Week - 23 September 2012

I feel like I may say this quite a bit, but the must read piece of the week comes from FoxxFur at Passport to  Dream Old & New, where she has a masterful dissertation on the success of Storybook Circus.

George Taylor reviews Poster Art of the Disney Parks for Imaginerding. (Look for our review tomorrow!)

Enchanted Tales with Belle is critiqued by Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley at Mouse on the Mind.
AJ Wolfe dishes out the awards for Best Burgers in Walt Disney World at The Disney Food Blog.

The construction of the Magic Kingdom is explored by Imagineering Disney.

Matt Hochberg explains at Studios Central why the news about Fantasmic! park benches matter, this is a sentiment I can totally agree with!

The booths have come out for the 2012 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival and Andy Jackson is getting all tingly over at Eating (and Drinking) around the World.

Shane Lindsay discovers that illiteracy is running rampant throughout Spaceship Earth for Parkeology.

DesignerLand and Richard Terpstra offers up the idea of a revamped Trader Jack’s Grog Hut for the Polynesian. I’m in! What petition do I have to sign to get this thing rolling?!?!

Corn Fritters from BoardWalk To Go, you can thank Sarah Holodick and Eating WDW for turning you on to this tasty walk-around treat.

Rich Tobin at Mouse Troop has the perfect escape for those times when an attraction has a technical difficulty, create your own whale of a tale.

Where would you sleep, if you could, in an attraction? That question is handled by Adam and Andrew at the Disney Hipster Blog.

Melissa Loflin is in search of the symbol of Kilimanjaro Safaris at Makin’ Memories.

With Epcot’s 30th anniversary just around the corner, Estelle Hallick gives us a shopping list to bring Epcot home with us at This Happy Place.

In the ‘I’m trying to make Ryan jealous by going somewhere we just talked about that he hasn’t been able to get into’ category, Suzannah DiMarzio drops in on the Siemens corporate lounge for Zannaland.

I really want the part of his job where Nate Rasmussen gets to show off great photos from Walt Disney World’s past on the Disney Parks Blog. This week he prepped for the upcoming 29th birthday by showing off Horizons in all its glory.

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