Our little-known facts series continues, in spite of underwhelming demand!
Tens, possibly hundreds [Ed.: We'd research actual attendance numbers, but that's too much like work] of guests visiting the EPCOT Center Theme Park, Resort and Spa over the past few months have been dazzled by the new light show that's been glued onto the giant golf ball Spaceship Earth.
But do you know everything there is to know about this new "Beacon of Magic" light show? We at Uncle Walt's Insider know everything about it. ...
We were all set to review it until we learned it costs money.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- My assignment was simple, handed to me by Uncle Walt himself. "Review this new 'Space 220' restaurant at Epcot," he said. "Our readers need to know everything about it -- the experience, the food, the drinks, the atmosphere." He chuckled at the last word, apparently intending a barely-pun based on "space" and "atmosphere." Like with most of Uncle Walt's jokes, I only got it ...
It's everything we want in a rat-themed attraction!
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- There are a lot of changes happening at Epcot. From the conversion of Spaceship Earth to an apartment complex (have you signed your lease yet?!), and the relocation of the cemetery, to the spectacular Friendship Boat jump coming to the nighttime show, there will be something for everyone.
But one new attraction has everyone talking: Ratatouille. As we mentioned last Thursday, the staff of Uncle Walt's Insider got to experience ...
The ride takes six months, but the Disney Dining Plan is accepted.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- An Epcot ride that's "out of this world" just added a more realistic space experience.
Mission: Space, the spaceflight training simulator, has been dividing up guests into "Orange Team" and "Green Team" queues, based on each rider's enjoyment of vomiting. Well, now Disney has unveiled a new "Red Team" option, pictured above, which they promise will give guests the most complete space experience yet.
Put your affairs ...