• 21Apr

    As part of an effort by tourism outfits including Walt Disney World, a bill meant to reinstate parental waivers of liability against theme parks and other businesses offering potentially hazardous recreation unanimously passed the house on Tuesday morning.  The bill (SB 2440) was also passed by the senate in late March. The bill was designed to overturn a Florida Supreme Court ruling from two years ago that invalidated parental liability waivers, although the waivers had long been used to protect businesses that accommodate minors. The legislation, however, offers little protection for businesses.  In instances where negligence is claimed, the waiver would not act as a protection.  The bill will only act as a defense in claims when injury is a result of inherent risk. The passage of this bill is just a small part of a larger picture painted by Republican leaders that looks to offer more rigid protection from lawsuits that are a result of these inherent risks. Source Picking a DisneyWorld Resort just got easier thanks to Zannaland … Trek Women Triathlon Series coming to Walt Disney World … Timeline: Deaths and accidents at Walt Disney World … Newly Available Disney Kitchen & Dinnerware from the Disney Parks! … Share this on del.icio.us Digg this! Buzz up! Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Technorati Post this to MySpace Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Email this to a friend? Subscribe to the comments for this post? Add this to Google Bookmarks Add this to Google Reader Post on Google Buzz Ping this on Ping.fm Blog this on Blogger Share this on Reddit Share this on Mixx Share this on PFBuzz

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  • 13Apr

    I read this great article today from Zannaland . It is something I have been wanting to do for sometime now but could never get myself motivated to do it. Zanna breaks down the differences between all the Walt Disney World Resorts and gives us her opinion of the properties along with some interesting tips & tricks. This is just the first post in a continuing series where she will go into detail covering all the Walt Disney World Resorts. After this series is completed you will walk away with a better idea on which property to visit and make your home away from home. Here is just a sample: As a child, my family discovered the wonder of Disney Resort properties after our 2nd or 3rd visit. I was still young enough at the time to be in complete awe when we arrived from the Orlando airport at the Lake Buena Vista check-in building (now the Amateur Athletics Association building near Downtown Disney) and were given the royal treatment. It’s no surprise, given Disney’s reputation, that 20 years later I still remember the kindness and attention we received from the cast member who’s name I’ve long since forgotten. That’s the Disney experience for you. We stayed on two different occasions in the 1980’s at Disney’s Vacation Villas. These were townhouse-style villas over by the “new” Disney Marketplace. There were 3 different types of villas – The Club Lake Villas, the Fairway Villas, Vacation Villas and the Treehouse Villas. In the 1990’s, these resorts were turned into accommodations for the Disney Institute. When that didn’t quite take off as planned, Disney decided to completely tear down and rebuild the villas (except for the Treehouse Villas!) and created the Saratoga Springs Resort, part of the Disney Vacation Club ownership program. Our experiences there were so wonderful that after that, we were hooked and became Disney Resort regulars. It’s kind of hard to go back to a motel off property once you’ve been spoiled by Disney. We stayed at Port Orleans French Quarter quite a bit, then moved on to Wilderness Lodge and Beach Club. When we stayed at Beach Club, we knew we’d found our home. We would also enjoy the wondrous Animal Kingdom Lodge, Boardwalk, the All-Star and Pop Century properties and Port Orleans Riverside. But like I said, we found our home at Beach Club. If you try out a few Disney resorts, you will find your home too, trust me. There will be one setting that just stands out and each time you walk in the front doors, you take a deep breath, relax, and think – we’re home. This is the type of guest experience that other hotels only dream of achieving. To read the full article click here , and stay tuned for more posts from Zannaland! Trek Women Triathlon Series coming to Walt Disney World … My Magical Disney Vacation … Disney World Presents “Fall” Season of Sights, Sounds, Smells and Very Good Tastes … A Beautiful Place to Trade – Disney Pin Celebration 2010 … Share the Magic:

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  • 05Apr

    This news article comes your way from Orlando Sentinel: Ladies: Miss out on registration for the May 9, 2010, Danskin Triathlon at Walt Disney World ? Don’t fret. Another women’s-only triathlon event, the Trek Women Triathlon Series , has announced the date and opened registration for its Disney World race. The Trek Women Triathlon event at Walt Disney World will begin at 7 a.m. on September 5, 2010 , at Fort Wilderness Resort ’s Clementine Beach — also the location of the start of the Danskin Triathon Series race. The entry cost of the Trek race is $105 (plus $10 for a USATriathlon membership fee), and $180 for a relay team (plus $10 for a USAT membership fee). Click here for online registration for the Trek Women Triathlon Series Orlando race: http://www.active.com/triathlon/headquartered-in-ny/trek-women-series-registration-2010 A training session for triathletes is scheduled at the Orlando David’s World Cycle location at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 29, 2010 . The store address is 2517 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, 32804. Please call David’s World Cycle at 407-422-2458 for details. Source My Magical Disney Vacation … Another Walt Disney World Bus Crash … Disney Parks ‘Quick Hits’ – April 3rd, 2010 … The Inaugural Blog Carnival is now Live! … Share the Magic:

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