Which restaurant is the most romantic at Walt Disney World? We shared our list and reasons why (and one sleeper pick) earlier this week.
The stunning conclusion of Brickers’ February 2012 Walt Disney World trip report posted; IT WILL SHOCK THE CONSCIENCE.
Our Plaza Inn Review was one of the most ridiculous things on the internet this week. In it, we quoted Abe Lincoln (president) and Sallah (intrepid adventurer.
I posted one of my favorite Spaceship Earth photos ever earlier this week.
Making ADRs soon? Make sure you consult our newly-created (and organized!) index of Disney Restaurant Reviews!
Monday/Tuesday – Best-Value Character Dining on the Disney Dining Plan
Tuesday/Wednesday – Best Disneyland Attractions
Later this week… – Dining Reviews
Throughout the week… We’ll be sharing exclusive photos on DisneyTouristBlog Facebook Fan Page – “Like” us there to see them, as we won’t be posting them anywhere else!
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Imagineering Disney presents a fan-made miniature Main Street Electrical Parade. Pure awesome.
TouringPlans.com Blog with a breakdown of the worst-value restaurants on the Disney Dining Plan (by Tom).
ImagiNERDing details the evolution of character dining.
Layout production is ongoing for the big Disneyland project…
It’s okay to blow out highlights, and sometimes even sky, in your photos. Sometimes this can give a shot added pop. Rich blacks and bright brights can be a good thing, despite what many HDR photographers may think.
Check out ISO 5571 – Disney Photography Podcast, co-hosted by me, for more great Disney photography tips!
NEWS YOU CAN USE
The Disney Blog covers the Avengorail.
Mousesteps offers an awesome photo update from the Polynesian & Magic Kingdom that includes Orange Bird and John Lasseter!
Disneyland Live reports on the AP Preview for Cars Land and Buena Vista Street merchandise.
MiceAge’s Kevin Yee analyzes the “Declining by Degrees” of Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival.
Inside the Magic covers the debut of Disney Dreams! at Disneyland Paris.
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