03 February 2013

Disney This Week - 3 February 2013

This WeekOn the Main Street Gazette

We’re attempting to grow our own piece of Epcot and The Land with Mickey’s Mini Garden.

A couple of postcards from the Golf Resort in the 1970s came in the mail and makes me want to pack my bags.

I was over the moon about Beaches and Cream’s Milky Way Sundae!

The World News Roundtable dug into news about Disney Cruise Line rankings, the shuttering of Junction Point, Muppet filming in London, Tokyo Disneyland celebrating its 30th, the upcoming release The Disney Difference, and stories from the latest edition of Disney twenty-three.

Uncovering Merlin’s magical chokehold on Fantasyland is as simple as examining his spells and formulas.

Silent Saturday took a walk around the Port Orleans – French Quarter square known as Beaux Regards.

This WeekAround the Disney Blogosphere

If you are trying to decide what to eat and where in Walt Disney World, you’re in luck! AJ Wolfe has released The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2013 at The Disney Food Blog. Pick it up!

At Disney Every Day, Amanda Tinney has uncovered some concept art for the refurbished California Grill.

Jeff Birou opens up about burying and rediscovering his love of Disney at Mouse on the Mind.

The chronicle of seeking out Long Lost Friends is covered for Sparkly Ever After by Nicole Siscaretti.

Estelle Hallick ponders the need to park hop for This Happy Place Blog.

For those that couldn’t make it to Disneyland’s Limited Time Magic revival, Richard Tobin offers up a Golden Horseshoe option on Mouse Troop.

Eating WDW heads to Raglan Road so Sarah Holodick can grab some brunch.

Adam and Andrew excavate some Swahili plaster carving at the Disney Hipster Blog.

Donald’s Safari Breakfast is sampled by Melissa Knight Coulter for Disney On Wheels.

Mitch at Imagineering Disney starts examining the Then and Now of the New York World’s Fair.

This WeekThe Gazette Out and About

Following up on our Mickey’s Mini Garden, we’ve started a Facebook album that will track the weekly growth of our Kalanchoe!

1 comment:

Nicole Joy said...

It's an honor to be included here! :o)