It is said that because of the new additions, traffic in the lobby is expected to increase and the iconic centerpiece of waterfalls, pools and exotic flora will now be removed. I am heartbroken. So many memoriesthat oddly fantastic smell that immediately brings back childhood memories of past tripsthe real centerpiece of the resort, I realized, will soon be gone forever. I felt I had to do something. So I started a petition to save the Polynesian waterfall area. As of this moment we have over 1,700 signatures. This petition is not meant to divide people as I know there are some that welcome change, as I often do in certain situations that I believe call for it.
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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. Everyone can use the super cool FastPass+ system There’s been lots of chatter about the MyMagic+ program, but what I’m really excited about is Disney’s new FastPass+ system, which allows you to reserve not only attractions, but also space for shows, parades, fireworks and even some character meet-ups. This isn’t just for those staying at Disney hotels, either — anyone who buys tickets can make reservations up to 30 days in advance.
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local time this morning for a “Rock Your Disney Side” party, where guests are encouraged to come in costume and spend the day and night at what we like to call “Grad Night for Grown-ups.” The kick-off at the Magic Kingdom this morning. Photo by Matt Stroshane, courtesy Walt Disney World. I attended the first 24-hour party, One More Disney Day , at Disneyland in 2012, and last year’s “Monstrous” party at the Walt Disney World . Family obligations are keeping me from the parks this year, but everyone who can’t be there in person can follow along online with live video streams from the party. Here’s the live feed from the Magic Kingdom: These are really more webcams than true live streams, as they offer only video and no sounds. But it’s a pretty nice way to kill time on a Friday! Disneyland is offering four cams, which will capture some of the many entertainment events in the parks tonight.
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