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New attractions, restaurants, and even shops are things to look forward to. The same old stuff — Food & Wine Festival and holiday season — isn’t really worthy of inclusion. That’s like saying Space Mountain is something to look forward to in a particular year. It’s there every year. Not special. Including room discounts in a list of things to look forward to ruins the credibility of the entire list. If room discounts NEVER happened, but 2016 held a one-time discount, then it might be on the margins of “things to look forward to.” This list just seems to be some lazy writer’s attempt to meet a deadline.
Actually, Space Mountain IS something to look forward to at Disneyland! Do to the Star Wars layover “Hyperspacemountian” lol!
And trust me, it’s Awesome!
I’m very excited for Disney this year! I’m sure its going to be fantastic. Thank you for sharing this
Check your dates on #11. Enjoy Walt Disney World’s Springtime Events
Epcot will be in full bloom this spring when the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, with its colorful topiaries and dozens of Outdoor Kitchens, returns for 90 days starting March 2 through May 15, the longest the festival has ever run.
Disney announced in their blog “Allow me to plant the seed for the perfect holiday gift: a spring trip to Walt Disney World Resort for the 23rd Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. It bursts into Epcot on March 2 – May 30, 2016, expanding from 75 days to 90.”
And Villian’s Party #15 has raised the price from $99 (tax & grat included), to $129.
Hey, where there is demand at Disney, there are price increases. Lol 😀
WDW got everyone excited by reopening Soarin’ this weekend! My family just rode it. The exact same ride. I am glad we had a FastPass+. People were standing in line for two hours or more to ride it.
Disney needs to leave well enough alone . electric. Parade. We want it
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