5 Reasons Why Disney World Is Better Than Ever | george Hobica

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Development of FastPass+ delivers freedom as Walt Disney World personalizes vacations with more MyMagic+ planned | Inside the Magic

You can pretend otherwise, but I’m not going to. Here are five reasons I’m excited for my next date with Mickey. 1. “New” Fantasyland is finally done A serious rethink of the heart of the Magic Kingdom finally wraps May 28, with the debut of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Coaster. This kid-friendly (but fun for all ages) coaster, in the tradition of the timeless Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, will be a must in a part of the park that’s already packed with essential stops. Also new at Fantasyland this spring: the daytime Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade, bringing some of the classics (Peter Pan, Rapunzel, Ariel and the like) to life. 2.
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Here are some comments left by supporters on the petition page: The lobby of the Polynesian Resort is a wonderful treasure, created by Disneys legendary Imagineers, and uniqueit does not appear at any other Disney hotel. It is important to both the heritage of the Walt Disney Company, as well as the many guests who revere the Polynesian Hotel for its welcoming lush recreation of a far-away place. Without the lush vegetation and the waterfall in the lobby it will lose the unique qualities for which its customers return. Rather than pleasing customers with your proposed redesign, you will do nothing but disappoint them. Ive only been to Disney World 3 times since 2008 but my first visit to the Polynesian was on my last trip. I fell in love with it as soon as I walked in the door. Its like stepping onto a beautiful island! My 11 year old daughter and I constantly talk about how we would LOVE to be able to stay there one day. For now, we are glad to be able to stay at value resorts and visit the deluxe resorts for meals and exploring.
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Its never going to be done. Its all about innovation for the future. There are big plans for MyMagic+ ahead, though Disney isnt ready to disclose what those are just yet. Integration with attractions is certainly on the horizon, allowing guests personalized data to customize experiences. Disney has previously offered examples of Mickey Mouse magically knowing a guests name and that they are celebrating a birthday or riding through its a small world and seeing dolls that the guest had customized online show up digitally alongside their boat in the ride. The possibilities of RFID-triggered interactions are endless. But the technology that makes it all work will remain hidden from the average guests view.
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