07 July 2013

Disney This Week - 7 July 2013

This WeekOn the Main Street Gazette

The Fourth of July may be over, but these tips for a Fourth of July trip work just as well for other holidays and all summer long.

We received a postcard from the Skyway! I wonder what it's been up to?

We sampled as much as we could of Territory Lounge's bar menu, or How To Eat Yourself into a Food Coma!

The World News Roundtable weighed in on Iger's contract extension, SpectroMagic's retirement, The Muppet Movie on Blu-ray, and the lousy reviews of The Lone Ranger.

We unearthed an artifact from The Lone Ranger at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Silent Saturday took a look at the boundary between sanctuary and attraction at Kali River Rapids and the surrounding ruins.

This WeekAround the Disney Blogosphere

The question as to whether or not the FountainView was worth documenting before its recent refurbishment is answered at Passport to Dreams Old & New by FoxxFur.

AJ Wolfe has the perfect way to beat the summer heat, stop by The Disney Food Blog to catch her review of the All-American Sundae.

Christmas in July is the order of the day from Melissa Knight Coulter and Disney On Wheels as they take a look at Woody’s Hootin’ Holiday Open House.

Adam and Andrew sample the South African Quinoa Salad from Tamu Tamu for the Disney Hipster Blog.

Whispering Canyon may not be the place for a nice quiet meal, but that didn’t stop Sarah Holodick and Eating WDW from giving dinner there a go!

George Taylor lays out what went into a Walt Disney Travel Company Vacation Package in 1984 at Imaginerding.

New availability for Magic Kingdom parade music is covered by Richard Tobin and Mouse Troop.

Estelle Hallick lays out why you should give Pop Century a second look on This Happy Place Blog.

FASTPASS Plus in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is covered by Studios Central and Matt Hochberg.

This WeekThe Gazette Out and About

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