You may have noticed that Disney Tourist Blog News didn’t come out last week. For at least the summer, we’re going to slow our publication schedule to every other week.
We reviewed Wednesday’s episode of Modern Family, which has caused some (ridiculous) outcry in the fan community. Read what we thought of it here.
Part 5 of our “One More Disney Day” trip report from Disneyland posted, concluding the “One More Disney Day” portion of the Disneyland trip. The rest of the report continues this week!
We shared about 50 new Facebook Cover photos this week, which are now organized by park.
Star Wars Weekends start next week! We’ll be there for live coverage; check out our Star Wars Weekends tips if you’re going.
Have you checked out my new eBook titled Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise yet? Use code: SUNRISE2012 for 25% off!
Making ADRs soon? Make sure you consult index of Disney Restaurant Reviews!
Check out ISO 5571 – Disney Photography Podcast, co-hosted by me, for great Disney photography tips!
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Additional updates and video of what to expect from Test Track 2.0 once it reopens.
FastPass+ began testing at Walt Disney World.
Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow attraction leaked; coming to Walt Disney World this fall!
ITEMS OF INTEREST
ISO 5571 – Disney Photography Podcast interviews the team from Tours Departing Daily.
MiceChat presents its second Dateline Disney World, which is a great new column that lives up to the photographic standards set by Dateline Disneyland.
Disney Photography Blog shares an interesting article about Neutral Density Filter uses at Walt Disney World.
Disney Food Blog previews some of the food that will be available in Cars Land. Makes us even more excited for Disney California Adventure 2.0! We have our Carthay Club reservations booked, do you?!
DisDining reviews Mickey’s Backyard BBQ.
TouringPlans shares compelling reasons to take return trips to Walt Disney World.
We hope you enjoyed our story tonight, The Disney Tourist Blog News. If you have any suggestions for “article” ideas, please leave them in the comments.
-Tom Bricker, Editor in Chief