Will our favorite pineapple treat ever be the same again???
The Dole Whip is one of the iconic treats sold at Disney parks. A distant second to the greatest snack ever, the churro (invented by Walt Disney in 1956), the cool, smooth pineapple Dole Whips are nevertheless a guest favorite, far surpassing the inferior cream cheese stuffed pretzel.
Recently, however, the Walt Disney World Resort announced that a change was being made to the beloved Dole Whip -- so naturally the internet has ...
The magical Orlando-to-Anaheim gondola ride is expected to take almost four days.
Last year's announcement of a gondola transportation system coming to the Walt Disney World Resort has excited Disney fans worldwide, and launched many heated discussions on Uncle Walt's Insider user forums. Now Uncle Walt's can confirm that the new "Disney Skyliner" system is coming to the Disneyland Resort in California. The new Skyliner will not only operate within Disneyland, but will actually ferry guests between the California and Florida resort ...
Let Uncle Walt's Insider and the Arizona Office of Tourism help you to have the inexpensive California vacation of your dreams!
So you want to take the family to California, but don't have Hollywood-level celebrity cash in your bank account? Fear not! These money-saving tips from the travel experts at Uncle Walt's Insider (with lots of advice and input from the Arizona Office of Tourism) will have you enjoying California's "lifestyles of the rich and famous" on the "budget of a Denny's ...
"We thought people would go all over the parks, but once they find a churro cart, they stop."
Just two weeks after Google announced that its Street View service was expanding to feature the interior of all 14 Disney parks worldwide, an internal study shows that most folks use the service to find and then stare at churro carts.
The next best thing to being there
Google launched Street View in 2007, providing a way for viewers to see the world from street level ...
The whole "auction" update was just a ruse.
ANAHEIM, CA & WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The Disney Company announced last year that its popular Pirates of the Caribbean rides at Disneyland and Walt Disney World would be renovated, to change the "bride auction" scene to something less likely to make Disney guests think about human trafficking. Now that both rides have been closed, Uncle Walt's Insider has learned that big changes were planned for the ride all along, and the auction ...