17 February 2013

Disney This Week - 17 February 2013

This WeekOn the Main Street Gazette

How’s the song go, “Some guys have all the luck?” I shared the story of my 30th birthday morning, and how amazing a morning it was in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

So much of Kilimanjaro Safaris came from the Imagineers’ exhaustive study of Africa, including the rickety show bridge.

Japan has some great dining establishments, but this week we tried their sake cocktails.

The World News Roundtable convened to discuss Oz hot air balloons, a Monsters University trailer, additions to Disney Dreams, possible monorail refurbishment, new Disney Cruise Line itineraries, and Grammy’s snub of Robert Sherman.

River Country lives on in some unexpected ways at Mickey’s Backyard BBQ in Fort Wilderness.

On Silent Saturday, we stopped by Beast’s Castle for Wishes viewing.

This WeekAround the Disney Blogosphere

Adam and Andrew pick out some of their favorite vintage Disney valentines on the Disney Hipster Blog.

The case for loving Disney’s Hollywood Studios is made at Mouse on the Mind by Joshua Blum.

Denise Fales Preskitt goes over the rainbow to show us Epcot’s Oz Garden for MouseSteps.

The never-built mountains of World Showcase are explored by Michael Crawford and Progress City, U.S.A.

At Mouse Troop, Richard Tobin asks the burning question, would Tom Sawyer have wanted pirates to run amok on his island?

Sarah Holodick critiques the underwhelmingly named Chicken Flatbread from The Mara for Eating WDW with some surprising results.

This Happy Place Blog continues their Love Meter series this week with Melissa Knight Coulter putting Ellie and Carl in the spotlight.

Matt Hochberg uncovers a new crate made specifically for Mary, Gary, and Walter from The Muppets on Studios Central.

Sci-Fi Dine In Theater has had a menu change, but AJ Wolfe and The Disney Food Blog have all the bases covered!

This WeekThe Gazette Out and About

I stopped by the WDW Radio Show this week so that Lou Mongello and I could do a DSI of Kilimanjaro Safaris.

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