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Disney Parks ‘Quick Hits’ – January 21st, 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Experiences

Victoria & Albert’s
You may have missed these…but that’s why we post “Quick Hits” every week – to share items that didn’t make it to the blog. First, Disney “foodies” should know that reservations are now being accepted for a new, exclusive dining experience at Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – Queen Victoria’s Room. The experience begins February 5 and features personalized menus. Queen Victoria’s Room also has its own reservation line – 407-939-3862. Here’s more.

There are a few other items this week you may want to know about.

Special Disney Heritage Pin Collection — Created especially for annual passholders, this open edition pin collection features TV shaped pins with images of Walt Disney in the different lands of Disneyland® Park.

Fireworks at Walt Disney World in July — Margaret from the Walt Disney World Moms Panel shares some great places to see fireworks.

Did you know? — You can swim with more than 6,000 sea creatures at Epcot.

“Cute Disney Animals” Pin Collection — This unique mini-pin collection is being released this month features cute animals.

Tips For Disney’s Animal Kingdom — Beth from the Walt Disney World Moms Panel offers tips for enjoying Disney’s Animal Kingdom.


  • Thanks for the ole pictures and especially …

  • Great blog, The info,pictures and especially the videos are spectacular!

  • We were at Victoria and Albert’s on 12-11-09, celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary and were seated in the fireplace room. Is this the room they’ll be using for the Queen Victoria’s Room dining?

    We were also wondering if this new dining experience is being added because it’s so difficult to get into the Chef’s Table for dinner.

    One change we noticed from our last visit there in 2000 was that the CM’s there get to have their real names on their badges, instead of all the women being named “Victoria” and all the men being named “Albert”. This never made sense to us before and we think it was a change for the better.

    One thing that hasn’t changed and we were very happy to see, was that we were able to request (well in advance) our favorite soup from our very first visit there. It’s their Cashew Cream Soup and it’s still as good as the first time we enjoyed it there!

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