New Star Wars Darth Vader "I Am Your Father's Day" T-Shirt Available at Disney Store for Limited Time
A new Star Wars Darth Vader "I am Your Father's Day" limited availability t-shirt is now on sale at the Disney Store through May 10th, 2015! It takes 3-5 weeks for the shirts to be shipped, just in time for Father's Day on June 21st. There are some other May the Fourth offers today only. A small portion of each sale linked from our site does go to help support Mousesteps! The shirt costs $24.95.
Limited availability from Monday May 4, 2015 to Sunday May 10, 2015
- Screen art
- Soft jersey knit
- Ribbed crew neck
Downtown Disney has a new Marvel store on the West Side called Super Hero Headquarters! It opened a few days back, coinciding with the debut of Avengers: Age of Ultron. D-Street used to handle a small amount of Marvel merchandise, but it has all moved here - plus much more. It is a relatively small store, it doesn't take too many guests to make it feel busy inside. It replaced the United World Soccer shop, but you can still find soccer merchandise (at least for now) at a truck near Cirque du Soleil.
Review: BOATHOUSE at Downtown Disney Opens With Expansive Views, Upscale Food at Future Disney Springs
Last month, we shared an interview with The BOATHOUSE founder Steven Schussler, who has opened several restaurant concepts at Walt Disney World: Rainforest Cafe, T-Rex Cafe and Yak & Yeti. This week, his latest restaurant concept opened at Downtown Disney (soon to be Disney Springs). Unlike the other restaurants I mentioned, The BOATHOUSE is not a Landry's restaurant - it is managed by Gibsons Restaurant Group out of Chicago, which is highly regarded for its steak and seafood. There is a chain of Landry's restaurants in Canada called The Boathouse, but this is not related in any way. The BOATHOUSE at Downtown Disney is one-of-a-kind. Menus are printed daily depending on what has been caught, and there are a lot of options - more menu choices than just about anywhere at Walt Disney World.
I photographed Disney's Coronado Springs Resort for this photo walk a couple of weeks ago, I am sorry it took a while to get it posted! It was a cloudy day when we went, although I actually like it that way for photos. There are 3 pages and about 250 photos.
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort is one of 4 Walt Disney World moderate resorts (not counting Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground, which has changed classifications many times). Disney's Coronado Springs resort has a huge convention center, the only moderate at Walt Disney World to have one. Because of that, the resort also has numerous upgrades from the other moderates. It includes a fitness center, beauty parlor, more dining options, and even a nightclub. The lobby is the most impressive of the moderates (though I am also partial to Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter). And the pool? It features a Mayan Pyramid. One thing I prefer about Disney's Port Orleans Resort is the boat transportation to Downtown Disney/Disney Springs. Otherwise, there are many aspects of the Southwestern-themed Disney's Coronado Springs Resort I like compared to other moderates. The actual timed portion of the photo walk is around the lake, but we'll see much more than that in this article.
Last month, we interviewed Schussler Creative CEO Steven Schussler about his upcoming restaurant at Walt Disney Word, the BOATHOUSE. Situated at Downtown Disney (soon to be Disney Springs) in the former Pleasure Island, the BOATHOUSE restaurant will be an upscale dining experience serving primarily steak and seafood. Yesterday we enjoyed watching the amphicars as they took to the lake. This first photo is the view from Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort with Characters in Flight and Planet Hollywood in frame.
Disney's Polynesian Village Resort opened the first phase of Disney Vacation Club villas (including the Bora Bora Bungalows) on April 1, and now the Lava Pool is open for guests. For the first time ever, the resort also has a hot tub. Kiki Tikis Splash Play is still being worked on and hopefully will be open soon. Both Jeff and I have been visiting since the 1970's, and this is the biggest change I can remember in that time. We have an article from a few months back when the Polynesian Village Resort lobby opened, and when Trader Sam's opened last week. Everything has been falling into place, and even those who miss the old lobby seem to be mostly embracing the new.
- Trader Sam's Grog Grotto Lives Up to West Coast Version with Unique Experiences, Drinks and Decor (150 Photos, Video)
- Tiki Icon Added to Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Lobby Fountain as Resort Gets Ready for DVC Debut; Bungalow Interior Pics, Lava Pool & More!
- The BOATHOUSE at Downtown Disney (Disney Springs) to Open in April 2015; Our Interview with Creator Steven Schussler
- Review of Fastpass+ Wishes Fireworks Viewing Area in Expanded Hub at the Magic Kingdom
- Iconic Magic Kingdom Rose Garden Closes to Make Way for Hub Expansion
- 13 Tips For Your 2015 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival Visit
- Epcot Flower & Garden Festival 2015 Tour in Over 240 Photos: Topiaries, Flowers, Merchandise & More
- 2/28 Magic Kingdom Hub Expansion Update as Plaza Garden East Opens (Photos, Video of East, West and More)
- Disney's Port Orleans Riverside Photo Walk 2015; 250 Photos in Tour of Resort
- Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter Photo Walk 2015 - Photo Tour Around Resort in 160 Pictures
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