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O Walt Disney World Resort, na Flórida, recebe muitos visitantes internacionais durante todo o ano. A maioria viaja para os Estados Unidos com a família ou amigos, ...
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ORLANDO, FL -- A College Program cast member at Disney's Magic Kingdom Park has discovered a use for the mysterious slime in the utility tunnels beneath the park.
Walt Disney World guests have often heard about the "Utilidors," the mysterious tunnels under the Magic Kingdom, but cast members working in the MK know that the tunnels are home to a mysterious "sludge" that will drip down from random spots in the ceiling. Fergus McMichaelson, a college program Cast ...
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 ...
A Colorado man makes it his mission to get people to recognize the truth.
ORLANDO, FL -- Self-described “Disnerd” Neal Stutz of Golden, Colorado, is back in the news, continuing his crusade to get visitors to Orlando International Airport to stop referring to the Automated People Mover as a "monorail." As reported last November, airport security had to intervene when Stutz began shouting at another arriving passenger aboard one of the trams after that passenger referred to it as a monorail. “It’s ...
Overnight parking remains free to resort guests, unless they want to drive away.
WALT DISNEY WORLD -- Disney fandom has been abuzz in the last week since the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida announced that resort guests could no longer park a vehicle overnight at their resorts for free. After the initial announcement, matters where confused when the new charges appeared on the official Walt Disney World website, then were removed, and then reinstated.
Uncle Walt's Insider has gotten to the bottom ...