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What can you find on My Dreams of Disney?

My Dreams of Disney, Disney Fan Blog, WordPress

 

Hello my friends!  With the successful conclusion of our latest giveaway, in which we gave away $1,000 in Disney Gift Cards to three lucky winners, I wanted to share with you all — but especially with any newcomers — what you can find on our site!  I hope I don’t bore you too much, but I am a little proud of all of the work that we have done on the site, so I hope you will indulge me…

One thing that we have worked on here at My Dreams of Disney– and continue to work on — here at the site is our list of Disney Planning Resources.  In this page you will find links to some resort reviews, dining reviews, a small list of some of my favorite attractions, and so on.  Feel free to check it out!

Another page that I like to share with you is our listing of posts about the Lands of the Magic Kingdom, and it’s sister page, the Countries of Epcot’s World Showcase.  Each of these pages goes into more detail about what you can find at each land or pavilion, so if you are planning, you might want to check them out, or even if you just want to relive the magic, head on over!

In addition to those pages, I’m going to be creating a reference series on the Lands of Disneyland Park soon, too!  I haven’t gotten that off the ground yet, but it’s on the list!  Speaking of lists, here is what we generally do on our site throughout the week:

  • Monday evenings we publish our Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia post for the week.  We publish it a little early in order to get a jump on Tuesday!
  • Tuesday evenings we publish our Wordless Wednesday post for the week.  Again, we publish it the night before so that we can get a jump on Wednesday!
  • Friday’s once a month we write our Magical Blogorail post.
  • Sunday’s are reserved for our Prayers for the Week post.

We are just finishing up a small mini-series about my top five favorite attractions at each of the parks.  I’ve covered the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disneyland Parks, the only one left to write that I can speak to is Disney’s California Adventure Park, which will be published this Saturday.

Lastly, here are some other projects that I’m working on:

  1. The Lands of Disneyland Park — this special feature will talk about the eight lands of Disneyland and give in-depth information about each of them.  Look for this ongoing over the next few weeks.
  2. The Pavilions of Epcot Future World — this series of posts is a companion to the Countries of Epcot’s World Showcase that I talk about previously.
  3. A new series called “This or That” where I compare two parts of a park and have you vote on what your favorite part is.

Do you have any suggestions about what you would like to see focused on here at the site?  If so, let me know in the comments, and thanks for stopping by!  Make it a Disney Day, everyone!

Our Favorites: Peter Pans Flight!

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When it comes to the attractions at Walt Disney World, especially at the Magic Kingdom, there are few rides that compare with the excitement we get when we ride Peter Pans Flight, which is located in Fantasyland.  With Peter Pans Flight, you get it all — a great trip into the classic story of Peter Pan, your own flying galleon to sail off into the night sky with, and a swashbuckling adventure!

It always amazes me that the Imagineers were able to make such a realistic attraction.  From the moment you take off, the use of forced perspective makes it seem as if you are truly flying!  Of course, the Imagineers did create the ride so that your galleon is suspended from a track over your head, which certainly does make it easier to feel like you are flying!

Disney did a great job with this attraction because you are able to navigate through several different scenes in the story, including the one that includes the mermaids!

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Peter Pan is a crowd favorite at Walt Disney World, that’s for sure!  Fortunately, there are fast pass tickets available, but they do go fast, so make sure you grab yours or you’ll be waiting until 10PM to ride the attraction!  One thing I am hopeful will make a difference is that the folks at Disney are redoing the queue area for Peter Pans Flight.  They are turning it into an interactive queue is what I’ve heard, so hopefully that will help with some of the line issues they have experienced with the attraction.

Peter Pans Flight is a family favorite of ours, so much so that my wife Cindy indicated that it would be one of the things she would do if she had an extra three hours in the park by herself — she would ride Peter Pans Flight with Peter Pan himself!

What does your family think of Peter Pans Flight?  Why not let me know in the comments, and thanks for stopping by today!