Montréal's Six Flags park tries a daring new ride strategy.
MONTRÉAL, QUEBEC -- La Ronde, Six Flags' one Canadian theme park, will open a new ride this season with a unique feature. It will deposit its riders outside of the park, forcing them to either pay to come back in or go home for the day.
La Grande Sortie (in English, "The Big Sortie") is a simple ride. Riders seated four across, in a car with seven rows, exit the loading area directly onto ...
Walt Disney World continues to experiment in guest transportation methods.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- As guest attendance numbers continue to climb at The Happiest Most Magical Place on Earth, Walt Disney World Resort officials struggle to manage the crowds. One solution, of course, is to raise prices and make the place way too expensive for the riff raff.
While that program is underway and shows some success, there's still the issue of what to do with the people who still show up. Disney ...
It's Super Puzzle Fun Time again!
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- Hey, we're not all about work, work, work here at Uncle Walt's Insider. Truth be told, we barely work at all, especially when Walt's not around. We thought we'd share in the play time by providing a new puzzle for you to enjoy. The more you read Uncle Walt's, the easier this will be! (And check out previous puzzles here and here if you missed them!)
2 Recently had multi-state goodwill ...
“Die Remy-Attraktion war schon immer ein Teil von Deutschland!”
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Details are still scarce, but apparently Cast Members from Epcot's Germany Pavilion invaded the France Pavilion today in a daring pre-dawn raid. Authorities suggest the raid was timed to coincide with the U.S. government's partial shutdown, which enabled the Cast Members to get past the American Adventure Pavilion. No casualties have been reported, as French Cast Members quickly surrendered.
Onlookers report shouts of "Deutschland-Pavillon über alles" and "Die Remy-Attraktion ...
"It isn't a pleasant experience." -Bob Chapek
ANAHEIM, CA -- Disney Parks and Resorts and Spas announced today that the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge areas will feature a "Carbonite Freezing Experience." This will be an added-cost attraction that will allow the purchaser, or the guest of his choosing, to be frozen in carbonite, like Han Solo in The Empire Strikes Back.
"We anticipate a lot of your nerdier Star Wars fans will want to try it out once, just to see what it's like," ...