The Holidays are here!!! Well, they are almost here. Today we have our first Holiday update of 2018 and it comes to us directly from Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World.
Toy Story Land and the rest of the park is all decked out already. We'll also take a look at Star Wars Galaxy's Edge and Skyliner progress!!
Written by Renée Girard
Spending the morning at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! A new entrance route goes into effect tomorrow, so these flyers are being given out at the toll plaza.
A peek at Star Wars progress entering the toll plaza.
Skyliner construction along the walkway to the park entrance.
Merry Christmas from Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
Buzz is ready for Christmas!
Love the camo Christmas scarves on the green army men.
Another look at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge construction from Slinky Dog Dash.
Nice to see Toy Story Land all decked out for the holiday season.
he holiday popcorn buckets are back and the lines are long!
Holiday treats are offered at several locations throughout DHS. Here’s what’s at Baseline Tap House, in addition to their tasty beer selection.
Some more of the holiday decorations around Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Thanks for reading, we hope you enjoyed. We'll have more holiday updates soon!!!
And the honor of our first Halloween event update of 2018 goes to ... Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom!!!
One of our very favorite events each and every year, and this year is no different.
Written by Renée Girard
Tonight we’re going to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
Having dessert for dinner at Sleepy Hollow. Zero pumpkin waffle ice cream sundae and Jack Skellington cake push pop. Yum
Magic Kingdom is looking spooky tonight!
Hades nachos and Haunted Mansion worms and dirt at Pecos Bill. Really loving the Halloween themed food offerings!
Boo to You parade is the best! It really gets you in a Halloween mood.
HalloWishes is also still among the best fireworks displays at Disney. So much fun!
The addition of Gunpowder Pete to Pirates of the Caribbean was interesting. There were 2 live actors in the queue and 1 in the ride. Pretty fun concept that I wouldn’t mind being done more often.
Deep Space Mountain is simply done in which you pretty much ride the coaster in complete darkness with a cool soundtrack. We really liked it!
Not sure if anyone knew who my costume was, but our group got a kick out of it. Bonus points to those who know this fairly new obscure WDW ride reference.
It's true what our old pal Flik says, it's tough to be a bug.
Tomorrow marks the last day for the under-realized and somehow, in recent years, over-loved A Bugs Land at Disney California Adventure.
Added to the park when there simply wasn't enough for kids to do, it was meant to be temporary, and realistically, should have never lasted as long as it did. But, seeing as we are never ones to not say goodbye to something, here are some pics of A Bugs Land throughout the years.
Honestly, the only thing that is going to be missed here is the potential of what this land truly could have been.
We do have to say however, the fact that they aren't creating a full Heimlich's dark ride using the existing ride system over in Pixar Pier is honestly a bit disappointing.
So goodbye A Bugs Land. We look forward to your Marvel brethren.