Disney Tourist Blog News – Vol. 1, No. 1


Brickers return from Walt Disney World trip, report on visit to Journey Into Imagination Upstairs ImageWorks.

Facebook Cover Photos gallery updated – now contains over 60 high quality cover photos!

Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta review – lukewarm mark for this Disneyland fan favorite

February 2012 trip report photos previewed on DisneyTouristBlog Facebook Fan Page–see if you give them the thumbs up!

Disney theme park games reviewed


Sunday/Monday – February 2012 Walt Disney World trip report, part I

Monday/Tuesday – Behind the Seeds at Epcot tour review

Later this week… – Disney book reviews; “One More Disney Day” planning; Epcot Flower & Garden Festival preview; Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom review


ImagineeringDisney.com explores the Rhine River

Yesterland shrinks readers down and propels them on an exciting Body War(s).

DisneyFoodBlog showcases a decadent cupcake from Disneyland’s Bayou Bash.

Gorillas Don’t Blog takes a look at 1968 Tomorrowland


For the first issue of The Disney Tourist Blog News, we chose a fitting photo: a 1955 original, Sleeping Beauty Castle. It looks so peaceful at night, doesn’t it?


TouringPlans.com reports on monorail beam damage at Walt Disney World.

OTPN reports on developments at Epcot, including Via Napoli and Habit Heroes.

WDWMagic provides schedule details for “One More Disney Day” at Walt Disney World.


i’m planning to buy an expensive camera for my trip in march. i’m concerned about where to leave it while on the larger rides. thanks.


With the exception of Sum of All Thrills at Epcot, you can take your camera with you on every ride at Walt Disney World. The only one you might not want to take it on is Kali River Rapids. We’ve never had a problem on any other attractions. Usually, it doesn’t fit in the small storage areas on rides, but as long as you bag is a reasonable size, it’ll fit at your feet. Most of the time, I keep my camera in my hand for the duration of the ride. Hope that helps.

If you have Disney-related questions for us, please post them on our Facebook page!

We hope you enjoyed the first issue of The Disney Tourist Blog News. We’re looking forward to refining this concept and adding new segments in the coming weeks. If you have any suggestions for “article” ideas, please leave them in the comments.

-Tom Bricker, Editor in Chief

6 Responses to “Disney Tourist Blog News – Vol. 1, No. 1”
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