• Collectibles
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    Rare 1989 Tokyo Disneyland English Guidebook

    This special English overview of TDL was large by guidebook standards at 11 3/4″ x 8 1/4″. It only gave a summary of the attractions, shows, shops and restaurants that would have been detailed in other guidebooks. It was published to be distributed at high-end hotel concierge services. When published there were 35 attractions and 29 restaurants […]

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    New Disney World Maps

    Well, it’s about time! Time for WDW to release their new park maps for 2013. DbM has compiled them into a handy Adobe pdf file so you can load it into your smart phone. Ain’t that cool! So here it is: WDW 2013 maps Enjoy! WDW maps and cover graphic: © Disney Tweet

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    Mini-Guide for the 2012 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

      I just finished my visit to the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival and will be posting my reviews shortly! One of my most important tools was Disney Food Blog’s impressive “Mini-Guide” for the 2012 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival.  This “Mini-guide” actually has over 160 pages of information, so planning ahead was easy. Last year […]

  • The Mickey Monitor

    The Mickey Monitor is a quarterly newsletter that is published exclusively for Annual Pass-holders. I purchased my California/Florida Premier passport last month and registered it on-line. This gives me information on different pass-holder benefits and access to The Mickey Monitor. I have uploaded the Spring and Summer editions in Adobe PDF format for your reading […]

  • Magic Kingdom Times Guide

    Here is last weeks times guide for WDW Magic Kingdom. The reason I’m posting this is to illustrate how many attractions and restaurants have different hours than the park. You’d think once the park is open everything is ready to go. Not so! Look at Country Bear for example. It opens an hour after the […]

  • WDW Guidebook

    Aloha! Lets get the new year off right by posting the full September 2011 edition of Walt Disney World’s guidebook! This PDF file has all 36 pages presented as if you took the booklet apart. If you want, you can print it and it re-assembles back into the original booklet. Kinda Cool! Just click HERE to download and […]

  • Disneyland Resort International Language Guidebooks

    Here is my Holiday gift to you… 16 brand new international language guidebooks, eight from Disneyland and eight from DCA! Believe it or not this actually took some time to put together. Since they are a very odd size (9″x 19 11/16″) I had to scan each page from the opposite side (64 scans), then […]

  • Magic Kingdom Mapa em Portugues

    If you go into City Hall on Main Street there is a stand that you can get the current Magic Kingdom guidebook in five different languages. They have German, Portuguese, Japanese, French, and Spanish versions. Em português Se você entra na cidade salão na rua principal há um carrinho que você pode começ o guia […]

  • Magic Kingdom Guidebook in French

    If you go into City Hall on Main Street there is a stand that you can get the current Magic Kingdom guidebook in five different languages. They have German, Portuguese, Japanese, French, and Spanish versions.   Tweet

  • Magic Kingdom Guidebook in Japanese

    If you go into City Hall on Main Street there is a stand that you can get the current Magic Kingdom guidebook in five different languages. They have German, Portuguese, Japanese, French, and Spanish versions. Tweet

  • Magic Kingdom Mapa en Espanol

       If you go into City Hall on Main Street there is a stand that you can get the current Magic Kingdom guidebook in five different languages. They have German, Portuguese, Japanese, French, and Spanish versions. It’s fun to see how they describe the attractions in a foreign language. Check out #6 and item “O”! […]

  • WDW Magic Kingdom German Guidebook

    If you go into City Hall on Main Street there is a stand that you can get the current Magic Kingdom guidebook in five different languages. They have German, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Japanese versions. It’s fun to see how they describe the attractions in a foreign language. Check out #15 and 22! Auf deutsch […]