The differences between Disneyland and Disney World


I had the pleasure last week to visit Disneyland for the first time thanks to my friends at Disney Interactive. Before I go any further I just want to thank them for a wonderful 3 days! I got to try out Epic Mickey 2 - The Power of Two and Power of Illusion and I was blown away by both games. You will want to run out and get them when they release next month!  You can read more about my trip here.So while at Disneyland I wanted to note some of the many differences between the 2 parks. Keep … [Read more...]

Disneyland refurbishment schedule November 2012

If you're heading to Disneyland soon be sure to check out the Refurb/Closure list below. Refurbishment information is subject to change without notice and should be confirmed just prior to visiting. Updated information is available on the Disneyland website. CurrentStarcade (Disneyland) closed through 10/18/12 for refurbishment. Jumpin’ Jellyfish (DCA) one tower closed through 11/1/12  and 11/5/12-11/22/12 for refurbishment. Steam trains (Disneyland) will operate at reduced capacity (3 … [Read more...]

Investigation Surrounding the Critical Injury Accident of a Disneyland Worker

Sadly, a 68-year old machinist was critically injured while testing Disneyland's Space Mountain in early October. Christopher Monday, has been identified as the worker and was critically injured and was taken to UCI Medical Center on October 3rd where he remains in critical condition after suffering back, chest and head injuries.State officials are investigating the accident and the investigation could take up to six months and include employees and witness interviews. “Preliminary … [Read more...]

Renting Disneyland Tickets???

Should you or shouldn't you try to "rent" tickets on your next trip to Disneyland to save some money???  It depends on who you ask.  Up to nine ticket agencies exist in the Disneyland area.   The way they work is that brokers will buy multimedia Disneyland passes from an authorized seller or Disney themselves.  The ticket agency will then rent out the five-day pass and pocket the profit.  For example, a five-day park hopper pass costs $290 (or $58 per day).  A ticket agent will "rent" the … [Read more...]

Disney Confidential – Did Someone Say Charging Stations?

 Hey there guys and gals! It’s me… Anonymouse and I have heard something interesting about WDW from various sources. What could it be you ask??? Wait no longer, read on, and your need to know is coming soon.Basically, as Disney's journey into the digital age moves forward, sources around the net, are saying that Walt Disney World is getting fancy charging stations, (just having charging stations will be a bonus, right?) So no more plugging your phone into the only outlet at The … [Read more...]