Month: September 2015

Gay Days at Walt Disney World…

For guests at Walt Disney World during “Gay Days”, most will not even be aware about the annual gathering of Gay and Lesbian groups, their families and friends as they enjoy the Magic of Disney and show support for their community and each other. The first “official” or documented event began on the first Saturday in June, 1991. The event drew over 3,000 gays and lesbians, who decided to wear red shirts to easily identify each other. Since that first fledgling outing, the event has grown exponentially, and today is one of the biggest gatherings of Gay and Lesbian...

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EPCOT’s Japan Pavilion…

For the last year I have been writing about the countries around World Showcase in EPCOT. Today, we’ll explore the wonders and visual beauty of the Japanese pavilion. This pavilion, much like its other Far-East tenant here China, is rich in detail, history and lore. The only Asian countries here at World Showcase are Japan and China. Although the countries share similar beliefs in religion, lore and architecture, their history and way of life are very different. These differences are apparent in the pavilions themselves. Since there is much to talk about, let’s break up the pavilion into select areas...

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This Day In History

  • 1930 Wild Waves (starring Mickey & Minnie) released
  • 1952 Let’s Stick Together (starring Donald) released
  • 2000 The Lion King stage show opened in Toronto
  • 2000 The Walt Disney World Marching band disbanded
  • 2003 It Runs In The Family released

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