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  1. Or it's all going to be leveled and turned into a DVC playground!
  2. We've been down here 41 years. First years we were here, it used to rain around 3 or 4 everyday in the summer. Lasted 30 minute to an hour. Temps dropped 10 to 15 degrees and it dried in about a 1/2 hour. Made for a pleasant evening. Over the years the weather patterns have definitely changed. Blame it on global warming, pollution, or paving over all the green spaces in FL with roads and parking lots!
  3. Wonder if this superpass will get you in those nights? Seems like the only stipulation is on Halloween itself.
  4. If you look, I think every night the week of Halloween is listed as unavailable. But 11/1 is open.
  5. We have quite a few of bottles, insulated tumblers, Busch Gardens glasses etc . They are in a heavy duty hanging shoe organizer on the back of the laundry room door. Coolers are 4 Coleman Extremes, one of the thermoelectric coolers that plug into the 12V, and 2 or 3 smaller assorted ones.
  6. For you Toy Story Fans! TOY STORY PIZZA PLANET PLAYMATE MINI 4 QT COOLER Igloo® is excited to partner with DISNEY™ Pixar to bring you a special Toy Story™ Playmate Mini. The limited-edition collaboration features art that recalls the iconic space-themed pizza restaurant frequented by Andy and his toys: Pizza Planet. For grab-and-go convenience, nothing beats this 6-can cooler, featuring our iconic tent-top design in an adventure-ready 4-quart size perfect for a sandwich and a drink or your favorite 6 pack. $29.99
  7. I thought I saw some peacocks peeking out thru the bushes, and I heard some goats bleating!
  8. I don't think 4 Seasons is owned by Disney, it's one of those setups like the Dolphin/Swan, Bonnet Creek etc. But those poor people still have to travel to get to the MK. Imagine waking up and strolling over to the Jungle Cruise at 6:00 am in your jammies while sipping on your $20 fancy coffee. Now that shows you've made it!
  9. They could put the hotel on Tom Sawyers Island!
  10. Yup, another must do for the mommy bloggers and money is no object crowd.
  11. What’s even better are spoonfuls of refrigerated hot fudge sauce!
  12. https://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2019/08/14/cookie-dough-food-truck-opens-at-disney-springs Cookie dough food truck opens at Disney Springs All the goodness of cookie dough with, hopefully, none of the danger of salmonella just came to Disney. Disney Springs announced Wednesday the opening of their "Cookie Dough and Everything Sweet Food Truck." Just for today, if you mention their Twitter post you get $2 off. All the Disney blogs have been raving about this truck since last week. The menu promises everything from candy tacos to funnel cakes. 'Cookie Dough and Everything Sweet' will be located just across from Candy Couldron on the West Side in Expostion Park with the other food trucks, and is set for an August 14 2019 opening. The menu line-up includes: Springs Candy Taco – Candy Monster Cookie Dough, chocolate sauce, whipped cream, sprinkles, and a cherry served in a waffle taco Minnie Mouse Taco – Peanut Butter Fluff Cookie Dough, caramel sauce, whipped cream, a cherry, and a chocolate Minnie bow served in a waffle taco Celebration Parfait – Celebration Cookie Dough with Celebration Mickey cake, vanilla custard, strawberries, whipped cream, and a cherry Mickey or Minnie Funnel Cake – funnel cake topped with powdered sugar and Mickey or Minnie-shaped cookie dough Cookie Dough Cup or Cone – Flavors include Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter Fluff, Celebration, Cookies and Cream, Candy Monster, and Cold Brew
  13. Long article so here's the link https://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2019/08/13/here-is-every-theme-park-rumor-that-disney-might-announce-at-next-weeks-d23-expo?utm_source=featurefollow&utm_medium=home&utm_campaign=hpfeatures&utm_content=HomeTopFeature Lots of rumors, guesses, wishful thinking. I copied a couple of the odder ones Here is every theme park rumor that Disney might announce at next week's D23 Expo Disney is going all-in on Marvel with themed lands also in the works for Disneyland Hong Kong (taking over that park’s Tomorrowland) and Disney California Adventure. Hong Kong Disneyland is also getting its own Frozen -themed land and a completely new castle, a first for any Disney park. A new play-themed pavilion, updated entrance plaza, and two new rides have already been announced for Epcot but many other details of the multi-year transformation are expected to be discussed. A whole new hub that will replace the Innoventions buildings is now in the works, with most of the buildings in that area closing in the weeks following D23. At the last D23 Expo, in 2017, a (now believed to be outdated) piece of concept art showing a drastically different Future World was briefly shared. Significant updates to attractions in the Land, Canada, China and France pavilions have also already been announced. Smaller updates, such as the film seen on the Living With the Land boat ride, have been silently updated in recent weeks. Major updates ranging from a new country joining World Showcase to a new hotel have all been rumored as part of Epcot’s redo, but it is unclear whether any of those projects, which are still years away and possibly no longer even happening, will be announced at this year’s expo. If these projects are happening, confirmation may be held back until the next Expo in 2021. That Expo may also be the first to take place in Orlando. Some have speculated that a fifth park (or seventh, if you use Universal's new math) for WDW may also be announced, but so far there has been nothing to indicate that this rumor is anything more than wishful thinking. Much of the focus at the Magic Kingdom will be on the 50th anniversary in 2021, but there are already rumors of post-2021 plans for the park. A small expansion plot behind the Jungle Cruise, where a Moana-themed coaster was once rumored, is supposedly now being looked at for the location of an ultra-exclusive boutique hotel. The hotel would, for the most part, not be visible from inside the park but would provide incredible views into both the park and over the Seven Seas Lagoon. It would have direct access into the park and would offer at least one fine dining establishment. Currently, the concept seems to be nothing more than a blue-sky feasibility study, but with the insane prices rooms at the hotel could demand, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Disney move ahead with the project.
  14. On a side note, I saw a post and of course can't find it now, that Rise of the Resistance was heavily damaged by water flooding into the building because roof drain either weren't in place or improperly installed. The post said a lot of electronics was damaged/destroyed and also some mechanical equipment. Not sure how true it is. Had an overhead picture of the roof, then a diagram of what caused the flooding.
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