Quick little round-up of the latest Disney news:
Goodings, one of the closest grocery stores to Walt Disney World, is likely going to close. In the last few years the market was run-down, yet prices remained sky high. Nonetheless, some park goers consider a trip to Goodings to be part of the Disney experience. I hope their employees, whom I always found to be helpful and friendly, find new jobs soon.
Lisa from Chip and Co on training your baby for his trip to Disney World. No, this doesn't involve giving your baby Mickey bars. Okay, maybe just a little.
Zannaland has a reivew of Chad Denver Emerson's new book about Disney World, Project Future. Leave a comment and you may win the book.
Kathy from the DisUnplugged podcast has some great photos and commentary on Typhoon Lagoon. I always enjoy Kathy's enthusiasm on the podcast and her blog posts are fun reads.
Matt from WDWCentral looks at bi-lingual ride safety spiels at Disney World.
Kristen Ford from the Daily Disney, part of the Orlando Sentinel, writes about Walt Disney's inspiration for Big Thunder Mountain.
This isn't a news item, but there's a lot of interesting speculation going on about free dining over on the Disboards discounts codes and rates subforum. Check it out this thread if you're waiting to book a vacation in the fall when free dining comes out.
Theme Park Insider asks "What's on your funnel cake?" Who me? Powdered sugar only. All that other stuff on a funnel cake gives me the heebie jeebies.
Have you ever walked around the park hoping you wouldn't run into someone you know because your hair looks terrible? Well I have. In fact, my hair looks so bad that pictures from our trips that include me (and my "finger in the light socket" hair) are pretty much hidden under lock and key. Apparently I'm not the only one with this problem. WDW: It's Not Just for Kids has some thoughts on this hairy problem.
Now that I've discussed my beauty issues with you, I should probably quit while I'm ahead. I'd hate to leave you without something fun though, so here's a little snippet from Unwrapped: Disney World. Mmmm. Turkey legs.
If you're inclined to do so, you can watch the entire video on YouTube.