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Aulani a Disney Resort and Spa

To celebrate the 5th anniversary of Aulani in Ko Olina, Hawaii guests who book an ocean-view room along the tranquil lagoon will save 35% if booking 5+ consecutive nights for stays January 2 through March 24, 2017. Booking early, guests will receive a free meal at Ulu Cafe per person per night.

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 Hollywood Studios

Last week Disney digitally removed a crude hand gesture made by superstar Steven Tyler that people used to use in the 90’s that appeared during the Rockin’ Roller Coaster pre-show. Steven wasn’t impressed, and as a result sent out an interesting tweet including a photo too explicit for this site, but it was funny nonetheless. Disney did not respond.

PizzeRizzo will be opening this fall near the Muppet 3D Vision attraction and is the first ever Muppet-themed restaurant.

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Disney Springs

Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri has developed a new burger, and sandwich menu for the re-opening of the Planet Hollywood Observatory in Disney Springs set to open this fall. Robert Earl founder and CEO of Planet Hollywood and host of Robert Earl’s Be My Guest airing weekly on the Cooking Channel Has asked Fieri to design a portion of the new menu. A Primetime American Kobe Inspired Burger and a Turkey Pic-a-nic Sandwich are just a sampling of the new menu of bold and mouth-watering flavors Fieri has created. The reimagined Planet Hollywood Observatory will be reminiscent of a turn of the century observatory with modern design aesthetics throughout the interior and exterior creating a warm and welcoming vibe for guests to experience a new generation of Hollywood glam.

Fort Wilderness Campground

Mickey’s Backyard BBQ dinner show has added a Category 1 ticket which will allow guest to book priority seating, early access to the backyard pavilion, early access to food and drinks, along with a Mickey and friends meet-and-greet before the show. The dinner show serves up a variety of all-you-can-eat picnic inspired favorites such as BBQ ribs, smoked chicken, burgers, hot dogs and classic BBQ sides like corn on the cob, and macaroni and cheese along with many other delicious offerings. The price of Category 1 tickets is $72 per adult and $47 for children {3-9} Category 2 tickets are $62 per adult and $37 per child {3-9.} Both seating options are two table service dining credits if using the dining plan.

As a reminder, all the fall festivities will be here in just a few short weeks. Fall is such a fun time to head to Disney! You can find details on the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party here. I also posted a three-part series on the Food and Wine Festival with schedule details here, Top food and drinks here, and tips for managing your time at the festival here. There will be an article up in the next few weeks focusing on the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party so keep your eyes peeled for that one. As always contact me with any questions and for a complimentary quote feel free to fill out the information here. Have a great weekend everyone!

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