We receive considerable feedback regarding our site. Although we cannot
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Go directory to today's feedback for: Park Updates
| Mike Scopa (Scoping the Parks) |
David Koenig (Mouse Tales) | Mark
Goldhaber (World View) | Shoshana
Lewin (Cast Place)| Lani Teshima
(Mailbag, Trip Planner)
Feedback for Park
Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix responded to this query
from Patrick W.:
Dear Adrienne I apologize if you are the wrong person
to send this query to but I wanted to ask i will be going to Walt
Disney World June 15 to 21 and was reading in this week's park
update that random guests were being asked to test Mission: Space.
My question is, does anyone at MousePlanet know how I can maximize
my chances of getting picked? Thank you for your time.
Hi Patrick I took your question to an Epcot Guest Relations
Cast Member, and this was his reply:
Be in the right place, at the right time, and look like
you're having a great time.
We have heard that the soft-openings will likely be in the late
afternoon/evening, when most visitors have migrated towards World
Good luck and be sure to let us know if you are chosen!
Feedback for Mike
Regular MousePlanet reader Shevys wrote:
Mike I hate to sound critical, but I found this interesting
comment in your Passporter
Recently I was asked if knew of any online WDW packing
list. I'm sure there is one or two but Watson and Marx have put
together the most comprehensive list (well over 100 items) right
inside Passporter: a great tool for someone who has never
been to land talking mice.
You do know that your colleague, Lani Teshima, maintains
the Travelite.org Web page, right? I think you missed the ball
on that one to plug one of your own. Oh well, what do I know?
Shevys Thanks for the note.
You are right, and actually both Lani and myself could have very
well given Traveliter.org a plug. There are some readers who frown
upon too much self-promotion and thus we tend to monitor ourselves
in that regard.
Lani's packing list is pretty complete and no one is a bigger fan
of hers than yours truly. Lani is one of the most knowledgeable
people on this planet in terms of travel expertise.
The focus of this article was on Passporter, and I tried
to maintain that focus.
Your point is well taken and I could have very well made references
to other resources containing information found in Passporter.
Y'know, it's readers like you who we appreciate the most because
you keep us on our toes and help motivate us to doing our best to
Thanks again for the note. Mike
Feedback for David
Regarding David Koenig's recent article Looking
to the Past, C.W. "Chuck" O. wrote:
Great column today. I was sorry to learn that plans for the 50th
are still so tentative at what I believe is a relatively late
date but it was encouraging to find out that TDA is at least making
an attempt to learn.
It is sort of scary to learn that they still haven't made up their
mind, until you realize the alternative: they could have given the
current plans the go and we'd be locked into an extremely lukewarm
Dan Y. wrote:
As always, I really enjoyed your perspective on things Disney.
One comment you made stuck out and required comment: So,
how genuine, how awe-inducing do you expect Disneyland's 50th
anniversary celebration to be as devised by a group of executives
that resents Disneyland's past?
Most likely your perception is more informed than mine, but it
seems to me that there isn't so much resentment as an environment
of ignorance. The current regime just doesn't know what Disneyland
is all about, what it means to us guests to cross under the railroad
and actually, finally be there again. If they would take
the time to get out of the offices and spend time in the parks,
they might get a glimmer of what we, the guests, are all about,
and thus what direction the parks need to be heading.
I'm sure ignorance has something to do with it, but I think that
ignorance is self-inflicted. Many of the decision-makers don't want
to put themselves in the shoes of we guests and feel what we feel.
They were hired for their business acumen, for their ability to
eliminate all emotion and maximize short-term profit. They don't
appreciate Walt, they look down on him. They view him as an unsophisticate
with no modern business sense who stumbled into a goldmine and didn't
realize where he was. Walt isn't a real person to them; he's a cartoon
character like Mickey or Tinker Bell to be used in commercials or
to introduce old movies or to appear at the dedication of a new
ride. I hope there are some executives and managers who do get
it and that, like you said, others might be willing to learn.
Brian S. wrote:
You mentioned an individual named Bob Gault in today's
MousePlanet article. Is this the same Bob Gault who was
president of Sea World, and then Universal Studios, or someone
else with the same name?
This is a different one. There are two theme park executives named
Bob Gault running around, the former Sea World exec who is now head
of Universal, and the Disneyland/Tokyo Disney Bob Gault who now
works for Disney Co. Burbank.
Big on meaning and definition.
Great job as always, David!
Thanks. Nice email.
One of the original Imagineers wrote, quoting my article:
Walt's aging believers like the founder himself
no longer influence policy; they have become promotional
Gosh, is that all we are now?
Well, you tell me. How often does Disney call you or Alice Davis
or Jack Lindquist or Bill Sullivan or Anyone From 1955ish and ask
for advice and solutions compared to how often they call and ask
you to appear at a convention or ceremony, or be interviewed for
a book, documentary or some other product?
I don't mean to fossilize you prematurely, but it frustrates me
to know there are hundreds of former Imagineers and theme park cast
members with an incredible storehouse of job knowledge that, for
the most part, is being ignored.
Courtney commented on Reamin'
I am glad I got to read your article on Disney's California Adventure
park and the things that people complain about. Personally, I
don't mind DCA. It's not my favorite, but I don't hate it either.
To be honest, I think that people are too critical on Disney.
They expect perfection, and when they don't get it, they have
nothing but negativity about it! So it's not the perfect park,
big deal! They are working on improving it!
I give you props for trying to prove that it's not just with
DCA. So they were trying something new with the California theme,
and that didn't work as well as they thought, so they had to add
things that would attract more people, hence Playhouse, Tower
of Terror, and A Bug's Land. Are we not all human? Are we not
allowed to make mistakes then try to make things better? Or is
it just when we work for a major corporation that we have to be
perfect with perfect ideas?
Anyway, I thank you for your article and your great attempt to
get people to see things a different way!
I really enjoy reading all the different viewpoints that are
expressed on MousePlanet, both pro and con. In particular, I found
your recent information to be very enlightening regarding the
comparison of DCA to Epcot and the Studios at Walt Disney World.
I have visited the Disneyland Resort six times since DCA opened,
and have developed several favorites at the new park Soarin'
Over California, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Play It,
and the Electrical Parade are must-sees every time we go, and
we always enjoy the light crowds!
Although DCA cannot ever truly compare, in my opinion, to Walt's
original park, there are a wide variety of attractions for all
ages. I don't focus on the California theme as much as I just
try to enjoy myself and have fun!
As for Bruce's comment in the Mailbag
that he would rather spend the $50 admission price on a nice dinner,
perhaps he would feel better if he bought either an annual passport
or a multi-day passport. These would allow him to spend a few
hours inside DCA to ride those attractions he did enjoy (while
the crowds are peaking at Disneyland), and then hop back into
Disneyland later in the day.
Last of all, kudos to both you and everyone else at MousePlanet
for all of your hard work and wonderful information!
Feedback for Mark
Nice article about the theming [link
to article]. I too have always been amazed at the seamless
transitions in the magic kingdom and have pointed them out everytime
I accompany visitors to the park.
Hi Mike Thanks for your kind words. I'm glad you enjoyed
I think that the Imagineers generally do the best job that they
can with what they are given to work with, which is never too shabby
and always better than the other parks out there. However, I believe
that sometimes either in their assignment or their budget
they have no real best option. Perhaps the music
is so that you're not as shocked to find the bazaar after you turn
the corner. Of course, it still doesn't change the impact it has
on the bridge, or the impact the Aladdin spinner ride has on Adventureland.
If there's anybody out there that has more info on how the decisions
came to be made, I'd love to get some first-hand knowledge. Maybe
a Mailbag reader will chime in. Mark
I can tell already that I am going to enjoy reading your articles!
This last one, the Part 2 of Theming, was great! It made me really
stop and enjoy and take a look at everything around. I am already
looking forward to the next insatllment! Thanks again and keep
up the great work!
Hi Michelle I'm glad that you liked the article. The windows
on Main Street will probably take three articles to list them all
and discuss the story behind them. The first one should be up in
a couple of weeks. Mark
Leigh M. originally wrote to Mark about his trip reports,
but the correspondence expanded to cover his articles:
Mark I just finished your trip report (a three-day event)
and had to tell you how excellent it all was! My husband and I
leave for Disney in 29 days and have been living vicariously through
others reports, and yours was absolutely the best. I loved all
the detail, and your rants were absolutely hilarious.
And yes, if you counted, we will be there over the 4th of July
holiday. That's a first and we're a little nervous about it but
our motto is, A day at Disney is better than any day anywhere
else. Heat, crowds, so what? We're at the most magical place
in the world, right?
I also wanted to say that your son sounds like an absolute doll
and it's so encouraging to hear about parents who take their children
on vacation but actually listen to their needs and restrictions.
I get so tired of going to Disney and seeing these parents dragging
their children onto rides and around the park when it's obvious
they just need a break. I applaud you on putting Joshua's needs
first. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
My husband and I just bought annual passes and are really looking
forward to the perks of the pass. We already received $234 off
at the Caribbean Beach Resort and we will actually have a check
there waiting for us. How often do you go to Disney and have money
waiting on you? I guess they know it will be left there
anyway and don't have a problem with giving it to us haha!
It sounds like you really know your stuff and if you have any
tips to pass along I would love to hear them. We only go about
once a year but hope to go again in December since we laid down
the money for the ap's. I love talking to other Disney fanatics
and would love to hear back from you!
Leigh Thanks for the feedback. Looks like it took you almost
as long to read it as it took for me to live it! (But not nearly
as long as it took to write it!)
Thanks, also, for the feedback regarding Joshua. We're always second-guessing
ourselves as to whether we're being too indulgent, too overprotective,
too pushy, whatever. It's nice to have outside sources giving positive
Don't forget to use the APs for the dining discounts and the mini-golf
I've just officially joined the MousePlanet staff. (As a matter
of fact, my column is on the front page as I type this!) If you've
got any specific questions (or ideas for things you'd like to see
in a future column), by all means let me know.
Enjoy your trip, and I hope to see a trip report from you after
you return. Have a magical day. Mark
Mark I just read your article and really, really enjoyed
it. My husband and I just eat up that kind of Disney trivia and
drive our extended families insane with the constant Disney banter.
My husband is alwasy making family members watch our free planning
video and it seems as if their eyes glaze over almost immediately.
He just doesn't understand that not everyone has the same Disney
fanaticism as we do. We thrive on it though, we can't get enough
I can't wait for more of your articles those are right
up my alley. I would love to see some articles on the theming
of rides, the inside jokes of the Imagineers, and the idea you
put up there about rides that never got built. It's funny, my
husband and I are constantly developing parks and rides for Disney
in our thoughts how great would it be to see your idea
fulfilled? Being an Imagineer has to be the greatest job on the
I would love to write a trip report! I don't know what steps
I need to take to do so, if you could give me that information
I would love it! It would probably take me months because I'm
a little obsessive about detail! I've never seen anyone write
about their experiences with Cirque du Soleil and my husband just
suprised me a couple of days ago with tickets for my birthday.
Someone should really put some information out about that. Not
enough people know what an awesome experience it is and how it
amazing it happens to be that Disney has it there year round.
If you haven't been go. It gives me goosebumps just thinking
I'm glad that you didn't think that my comments about Joshua
were imposing. It was just such a breath of fresh air to hear
someone who listens to their children and respects their feelings
and fears. I get tired of reading trip reports of parents getting
aggravated with children that aren't going at the same pace as
them or who get upset that they miss out on something because
of their child. Don't go with your kids if your not prepared to
listen to their needs. I'm not a parent yet, but have total respect
for parents who take their kids to Disney and still have an enjoyable
time. That takes a lot of effort.
I can't wait to hear from you again and to see some more articles
from you! You have a true writing gift!
Hi Leigh There are actually a number of Imagineer-wannabe
groups out there on the Internet. Why not hook up with one of them?
I'm working on a number of columns now, though the only one that's
about finished is the one that has to be submitted this week.
It's really easy to write a trip report. Go to MousePlanet's Trip
Report Archive, and in the left column, you'll find Writing
and Posting Instructions [Mike Scopa also wrote an article, How
to Write a Trip Report in his Scoping
the Parks column. Ed.]. Those should be plenty
to get you going.
Since you've been reading many trip reports, I'm sure that you
know that they can be written in pretty much any style. Write it
up and submit it! It really is that simple. (It has taken me anywhere
from a week to two months to finish editing and reworking trip reports,
depending on the trip and how much was written during the trip vs.
just note-taking.) Just write it up, and get it out. Depending on
the backlog, it might take a while to get posted, so don't worry
if you don't see it right away. (By the way, my February trip report
should be appearing any time now.).
I seem to remember some mentions of Cirque du Soleil in past trip
reports, but I can't remember where. You could search the archive
on "cirque" and see what comes up. Of course, I'd always love to
hear more. We haven't made it yet, but I'm sure we will in the next
trip or so.
We try to work with Joshua to deal with his issues, but (as you
read in the November trip report) we did have to force the issue
with Pooh and Pan on the first day. He'll be going for his fifth
time in October (plus one a Disneyland), so we've pretty much got
it down now. Of course, each trip is different as he grows and matures,
so there are always surprises. However, since Hope and I have been
so many times, it's a lot easier for us to say "well, we can skip
that for this trip". For the people that are on possibly their only
trip to Walt Disney World, I'm sure it's a lot harder to be patient,
as they want to try to see everything while they have the chance.
Not everybody is lucky enough to be able to visit regularly.
Thanks again for your kind words. I usually enjoy writing, especially
about Disney. At work, sometimes we need formal stuff written, and
it's time for me to get my shovel out. ;-) Of course, my problem
is that I have a tendency to go on and on, as you can tell from
the marathon trip report. Speaking of which, I'm going to end this
reply now, or I'll be typing all night! Mark
A quick FYI We were in WDW May 21 to 26 and two times
a small aircraft flew over head pulling a sign.
On Sunday of Memorial Day, we saw fighter jets fly over once
and could hear but not see them two other times.
So much for the no fly zone. It was just a bit unnerving to see
the small planes, as we were under the impression that this is
Hi Cynthia Actually, the no-fly zone (actually, it is officially
a "temporary flight restriction") is only for planes under 3000
feet, and only for an area within three miles of the center of the
Seven Seas Lagoon. If you weren't in the Magic Kingdom, or one of
the Magic Kingdom resorts, odds are you were out of the TFR area.
I will agree, though, that it can be unnerving to see small aircraft
over the property these days. Mark
Ralph C. wrote:
I would like to see an article pertaining to the actual construction
of the Magic Kingdom at Disney World.
Hi Ralph I've got good news and bad news. The good news
is that I'm working on just that story. The bad news is that you'll
have to wait a bit. The reason is that, at the level of detail that
I'm currently working, it's going to take quite a while to get everything
planned out just right. It's a multi-part epic, and I don't want
to realize later on that I missed something important earlier and
have to put it in out of order. You'll probably start seeing it
around the end/beginning of the year, depending on how quickly I
work and the response I get from the editorial staff here at MousePlanet.
Feedback for Shoshana
My name is Kuranda. My dad is a technician at the Disney's MGM
Studios Fantasmic show. I am interested in performing as
Ariel in the Fantasmic show. Although, I am only 13, I
am willing to go to an audition when I am 14 and old enough to
be a cast member. I was wondering if you could let me know when
your 2004 auditions are, or if you knew of anything else that
I would have to complete before I do that.
Thank you for everything! I look forward to hearing from you!
Hi Kuranda I think it's great that you want to work at
WDW, but in order to recieve a role as a character, you have to
be at least 16. I don't know of any roles that allow you to be hired
at 14 (at least not at Disneyland, WDW might have different age
limits). While there are some exceptions made during the holidays
(when you see all those kids in the parades), legally you cannot
be hired quite yet.
Please check out the Disney
Careers Web site it tells you all about the requirements
and application process to work in the entertainment department
at Walt Disney World.
Don't give up and good luck! Shoshana
Thanks for finally putting it up. It reminded me that my next
door neighbor recently told me that she had been offered an internship
as Disney World during her college days, but instead chose to
do something with the National Reconnaisance Office (NRO). She
is, as far as I know, still with the NRO. It wasn't all that bad,
she said. Had she decided on the Disney internship, she would
never have met her husband. He was assigned to the embassy in
Paris, so they were annual passholders at Disneyland Paris for
three years. I'm still envious. Disney's professional recruiting
office just sent me the standard form e-mail concerning my latest
Hi Jeffrey Thanks for being so patient. I know a lot of
people (myself included) who have received the same e-mail. Don't
give up, though. As I've seen many times, things always end up working
out for the best in the end. Shoshana
The ticket prices page is way behind
should be updated.
Seniors get discount on annual passes (I think). The new active
duty military pass is great. There are new tours. The big thing
missing at Disneyland is a decent one day park hopper.
Sid I just called DL and spoke with a cast member. There
is a senior discount on Deluxe and Premium APs. Deluxe is
$145; Premium is $205 (so $20 off the regular). You don't need to
be in AARP or anything. I didn't have a chance to ask about signage.
My guess is that there just isn't room on the board (as with the
SoCal pass). Shoshana
[We've updated our Prices page to denote this information.
I don't know if you remember me or not, but we were in the College
Program together. Jeff K. (Custodial Guest Services) I
just wanted to say I really enjoyed reading your stories, especially
since it is all so familar and brings back so many wonderful memories
for me. So have you visited Disneyland since the program ended?
If you did, did you visit Fantasyland? What was the hardest ride
to work in Fantayland? You were so lucky, I always thought that
if I worked in attractions, I would like to work the Fantasyland
attractions. or the Mark Twain. I hope your doing well.
Hi Jeff Yes, I do remember you! I'm glad you liked the
stories, some of my memories were a little fuzzy but I'm
glad I wasn't too off. I have been to Disneyland several times since
working there (I've had an annual pass for the last two and a half
To answer your question. There were two hard attractions to work:
One was Mr. Toad, only because the loading station was so small
and I was always worried about the cars backing up; the other was
Casey Jr., which was my favorite attraction to work, but because
of all the buttons and switches in the train, it required a lot
of coordination, time judgement and depth perception (I had to slow
the train down at the right spot or we would overshoot the station).
Please keep in touch! Shoshana
Feedback for Lani
A number of individuals wrote after we
ran an e-mail from Margaret W. about a typo on our front
page. The following are some samples. Julie wrote:
Lani I am a MousePlanet reader and I wanted a word about
the reader who criticized you about publishing mistakes. I am
a high school English teacher and I am in charge of our newspaper.
Guess what? I have mistakes in every issue in spite of the best
proofing! Hang in there! I used to really take that stuff personally,
but at the end of the day, it isn't worth it! I love MousePlanet,
and I will read it errors and all! People who have time
to correct MousePlanet, have too much free time! I would
rather spend that time at WDW!
Maria F. also wrote on the same topic:
Dear Lani In response to an email from Margaret W., Mouseplanet
is not the Oxford Dictionary or another standard bearer
for the correct use of the English language. If Ms. W. desires
to read only perfectly edited English she should avoid most Web
sites and stick to the New York Review of Books, or similar
MousePlanet is a wonderful Web site. My favorite articles are
those written by people just like me who have a day job and are
too busy with work and family to edit e-mail. To me the important
thing is to try and communicate. I do write well when I am not
typing with one hand while nursing an infant, answering the phone,
or distracted with my job editing Web pages. Then there are those
for whom English is a second language. Should we ask them to remain
silent to satisfy the purists out there? I say not! I have a basic
love for all things Disney and admire anyone who sacrifices their
personal time to submit their contributions, whatever the correctness
in grammar or spelling.
Please take Margaret W's e-mail with a grain of salt. I love
this Web site even with the few warts that may pop up now and
Thank you for your very kind words, Julie and Maria your
words just made my day. Lani (warts and all)
Robert D. wrote:
Sorry if this comment isn't going to the right person, but here
it is anyways. I have been coming to MousePlanet for the last
couple years to get my dose of Disney information, tips and very
fun and educational reading. It is also a good Disney fix in between
Your format changed a several months ago and I am not very happy
with it. Updates are extremely slow, and the mail bag is nothing
but a hodge podge of unrelated letters and answers. What happened
to Brian Bennett and his wonderful columns and e-mail section?
Brian was very good at giving this site the view of Walt Disney
World, which is lacking now. I have nothing against Disneyland,
but there is room for both. Bring Brian back. He answered questions
when asked, and he update his site constantly. Unlike it is now.
Just for the record, MousePlanet is falling to the wayside much
like many one-night-stand sites.
Hi Robert Thanks for taking the time to e-mail me with your
It looks like perhaps you missed Brian's special message to MousePlanet
Readers, which we published in our March 31 Park
Update: Walt Disney World update. In that message,
Brian talked about how he came to a point in his life where he needed
to take some time out to be with his family. I realize that sounds
like a canned excuse, but if you are a fan of Brian, you may recall
that he had a recent addition to the family.
I definitely agree with you, Robert; we all miss Brian, too! His
shoes were awfully big ones, and we've been working hard to fill
them while he is on his sabbatical. As you know, Sue Holland and
Mike Scopa continue to write their great columns on alternating
Fridays, and we always publish a weekly column on Mondays that lets
readers catch up with the happenings at WDW. In addition, we recently
added a brand new columnist, Mark Goldhaber, who has many plans
for WDW articles.
You mention that our updates are slow with thousands of
pages at our site, we definitely have a big task to try to keep
everything up-to-date. If you ever see some information that is
outdated, feel free to contact us and let us know.
You are correct about the mailbag being a mix of feedback for different
reporters and columnists it provides our writers with a way
of sharing feedback immediately. We organize each mailbag according
to the column or writer, and is similar to the way most magazines
publish their feedback comments.
We are constantly trying to juggle the balance of content at our
site, and it is somewhat refreshing to hear that you think provide
too much California content, because some readers think we publish
too much Florida content! I guess the old adage, You can't
please everybody all the time is definitely true here.
Again, thanks for dropping us a line. Lani
My family and I (me, my hubby and three children) have a trip
to Disney planned in August. I found a Disneyland resort closeout
shop in our town and was able to pick up shirts, hats, autograph
books and stuffed Mickeys at at least 55% off the retail price.
I even picked up a few things at 80% off!
This saved me a ton of money on buying items at the park, and
I'm able to surprise my kids with a different gift each night
of our stay. This is just a way I found to save some money. FYI:
My total savings was $186 (of course my husband adds I could have
saved a lot more by not buying anything at all! But what's the
fun in that?!).
Hi Courtney What a wonderful idea! Parents often buy Disney-themed
items in bargain stores and use them as souvenirs, but
you can't beat close-out prices on actual park-themed merchandise.
Don't forget to have your children unwrap the autograph book early
in the trip, so they can start getting all the Disney characters
to sign their books for them! Lani
Kevin O. wrote:
I just became an annual passholder for the first time. I was
a bit nervous shelling out that kind of money but I feel it's
worth it. Or at least I did.
Saturday, May 31, the fateful day, my cousin and I decided to
eat dinner at the Blue Bayou. Not having enough cash on hand,
I used my bank (debit) card. OK, now jump to the following week.
On Thursday, I went to the ATM to get some cash and low and behold,
where did all my money go?
After I called my bank it seems that not only did someone steal
my bank card number, but one of the brainiacs at the Blue Bayou
swiped my card twice for the same food bill. The bill at the BB
has been taken care of but my account has been cleaned out. I
would hate to think that one of the Disney cast members would
do such a thing, but you never know. As it is now, I'm waiting
for my bank to get back with me. There are several charges
against my account that I am disupting. I'm not going to jump
to conclusions but plan to handle this when the results and evidence
are in. On my next visit to Disneyland, I plan to use cash!
Hi Kevin My goodness, what a terrible thing to have happen
to your account. I am glad to hear that you are working with your
bank to dispute your charges.
This is the first time I have personally heard of such a problem
with the park, but these sorts of things happen in general everywhere,
and it's one of the reasons I try to restrict the use of my debit
card to just those places where I can control the card swipe and
entering of my PIN.
This becomes more of an issue in a restaurant environment, where
the bill may stay on the table after I leave, and not get picked
up for a while. In situations like this, my debit card number can
be lifted by anyone who happens to be there, including other customers.
As you learned, with a debit card, when your money is gone, it's
gone even if the bank eventually credits you back the amount
you lose, you are still inconvenienced (and perhaps even bouncing
checks from a zero-balance account). A credit card at least avoids
If you have not done so already, I recommend you contact Disneyland,
as well as file a police report. You may even have to change checking
account number as well as the number on your debit card, and treat
this like a case of identity theft. Unfortunately, you will need
to keep a sharp eye on your bills as they come in each month, just
to make sure the thief has not obtained additional access to your
Thanks for sharing your tale of woe. Like you said, let's hope
it wasn't a cast member, but some ill-intended park visitor instead
(not that that's much better). My sympathies. Lani
Do you have specific questions about an upcoming trip
to Disneyland, Walt Disney World or another park, or do you need help with
your trip planning? While you can contact one of the columnists, we encourage
you to join our special MousePlanet community on our MousePad
discussion board. There, you will find like-minded Disney park fans who
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