27 January 2013

Disney This Week - 27 January 2013

This WeekOn the Main Street Gazette

Not every attraction refurbishment makes us giddy, but we found the silver lining to the newly refurbished Test Track.

Bus Transportation Routes cards used to be the way to map out transportation around Walt Disney World, and they still look awfully cool!

We reviewed and offered our opinion on why Be Our Guest is the perfect place for lunch.

The World News Roundtable weighed in on Aladdin coming to Broadway, Limited Time Magic, the food of Flower and Garden, the film Escape From Tomorrow, Splitsville’s Super Bowl party, and the new interactive Adventureland game, A Pirate’s Adventure.

We dug up the lost city of Cibola and traced its connections to Disney entertainment and Coronado Springs.

Our Silent Saturday looked at the space between Pixar Place and the Studio Backlot Tour, otherwise known as one Hot Set.

This WeekAround the Disney Blogosphere 

The menus for Flower and Garden Festival’s new food marketplaces are covered at The Disney Food Blog by AJ Wolfe.

Suzannah Mitchell DiMarzio gives her thoughts on the reimagined Habit Heroes on Zannaland.

The Disney Parks Blog lets Nate Rasmussen go skiing with the Country Bears.

Sarah Holodick explores the recently refurbished Gasparilla Island Grill for Eating WDW.

The Muppets meet SportsCenter is covered at The Disney Blog by John Frost.

Spins The World laments the loss of the Main Street Bakery’s French Toast Loaf and Jeremy Morrison shows you how to make it at home.

Adam and Andrew have a second gig aside from the Disney Hipster Blog, they are also the Celebrities of the Day at The Hollywood Brown Derby.

Disney on Wheels and Melissa Knight Coulter look at the accessibility of the Walt Disney World Railroad.

Matt Hochberg has some ideas for how Disney’s Hollywood Studios could get in on Limited Time Magic at Studios Central.

This WeekThe Gazette Out and About

Do you remember Walt Disney World in 1993? If you do, or even if you don’t, take a few moments to listen to the WDW Radio Show as Lou Mongello and I head back 20 years to stomp around the parks and resorts!

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