Disney movies can be dramatic, scary, and sometimes downright heart-wrenching, but as viewers we always know to hold out hope. If our heroes can just make it through their toughest times, something better than great is waiting over the horizon for them: the Best Moment Ever.
Combining world-class entertainment and a message of animal conservation is no easy job. Considering that over 1,700 specimens of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians live among Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s thousands of visiting guests, you could say that it is an elephantine task!
Disney Cast Member and writer Cheryl Kabela Hansen got to tackle the assignment of a lifetime: a trip to Alaska to cover the making of Disneynature’s latest film, Bears, in person. As she tells it, the experience was nothing less than life-changing, so we invited her to share her story with us and with our readers.
Thirty million multi-hued blooms, 100-plus whimsical topiaries, 1,000 native butterflies and dozens of new food and beverage marketplace tastes bring multi-sensory fun to the 21st Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, happening now through May 18, 2014 at Walt Disney World Resort.
Between all the different attractions, shows, and activities of a Walt Disney World vacation, one can work up an appetite pretty quickly. But one of the things that makes Walt Disney World so great is that your dining options go far beyond standard food fare.
“Almost everyone warned us that Disneyland would be a Hollywood spectacular—a spectacular failure. But they were thinking about an amusement park, and we believed in our idea—a family park where parents and children could have fun—together.”