After one week at Animal Kingdom Lodge, guest no longer awed by giraffes
It only took seven short days for Kevin Stenderson, 25, to lose his fascination with the wildlife visible from his balcony at Disney's Animal Kingdom lodge. "The first morning, I was like, oh, wow, there are giraffes out there!" Stenderson says. "And that was cool, for like the next couple of days, too. But then I realized Disney wasn't ever going to let us see, like, a lion or ...
Self-proclaimed Disney expert almost remembers names of the Three Caballeros
Theo Vann, 26, of Riverside, California, calls himself the "ultimate Disney fan," having seen every Disney-branded movie and visited every theme park around the world at least twice. He is an annual Passholder at Disneyland and a member of the Disney Vacation Club, and has been on three trips organized by Adventures by Disney and on two Disney cruises. But could this self-proclaimed Disney expert handle the ultimate test of fan knowledge: ...
Although Disney Parks and Resorts has not yet officially announced the newest members of its online panel of vacation experts, the Disney Parks Moms Panel, we do know that 2018's class will have a surprise first. On the heels of Walt Disney World Resort's controversial announcement that dogs would now be allowed to stay at certain Disney hotels, the Moms Panel is adding its very first canine advice panelist.
Real guests giving seasoned advice
Beginning in 2008, the Walt Disney World Resort sought ...
Disney fan berates arriving tourist for calling Orlando airport tram a "monorail"
Orlando International Airport security had to intervene on Friday when self-described "Disnerd" Neal Stutz of Golden, Colorado, began shouting at another arriving passenger aboard one of the airport's automated people movers, after that passenger referred to it as a monorail. "It's not a monorail!" Stutz tells Uncle Walt's Insider. "It drives me batty to hear people call it that, when clearly it travels on a double pathway. And don't even ...
Disney fan sites have been reporting a drastic change coming from the Disney Company, and fan message boards and news sites have been stumbling over themselves to either confirm or refute the rumors. Research from our own Uncle Walt's Insider team has suggested that the news is actually real, and now Disney itself is confirming the story. In spite of the mixed reactions -- including near-outrage from some quarters -- it is actually happening,
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