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  1. Pleasure Island (June 1, 1989 - September 27, 2008)

    Among my first thoughts when I heard the news (aside from "we've need to make sure that we go during our August trip") were the final words of the original Planet of the Apes: "You maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"

    I'm a little calmer now (just a little), so maybe I don't condemn them as sharply as George Taylor (played by Charlton Heston) condemned the human race in the classic science fiction film. Still I think of what Pleasure Island was like, ...
  2. Dining changes coming; ADRs going from 180 to 90 days?

    While it hasn't been "officially" confirmed, Walt Disney World has made a bunch of interesting dining changes.

    First off, from August 24 - September 27, Disney will increase the opportunities for the crowds with free dining to use their table service credits.

    Chef Mickey's will be open for lunch from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.

    Ohana will be open an extra hour for breakfast, from 7:30 a.m., and open an hour earlier for dinner, now from 4:00 - 10:00 p.m.
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  3. Q & A with Disney on the closure of Pleasure Island's nightclubs

    I presented a list of questions regarding the closure of the six remaining nightclubs at Pleasure Island to Walt Disney World spokeswoman Jacquee Polak. Here is the complete list, along with her responses:

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    MG: Is there a timetable on the redevelopment? Are any of the new tenants signed already? When can we expect announcements?

    JP: The changes will take place over the next two years.

    Downtown Disney will be getting its own iconic ...
  4. What will YOU celebrate at the Disneyland Resort next year?

    If the commercial being filmed on Main Street yesterday afternoon can be taken as confirmation of a rumor I've been hearing for a couple of months, it looks like the Disneyland Resort will promote the Year of Celebrations in 2009, with the tag line "What Will You Celebrate?"

    Portions of Main Street were roped off yesterday so film crews could tape footage of a princess gown-clad child and her mother walking down the lane, with the grandparents keeping pace a few feet behind. Cast ...
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  5. Going to Disneyland for the 4th of July Fireworks? Bring $15 for parking.

    Starting at 6:00 pm tonight, ALL Disneyland Resort parking areas will charge a $15 fee at entry for parking. This includes Downtown Disney, where the 3-hour grace period will be suspended for the evening. Premium APs can still park for free in the Mickey & Friends structure, all others will be charged the higher fee at entry.
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