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Disney Parks Blog Weekly Recap Jan. 17, 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

This week, we featured our first “Give a Day, Get a Disney Day” Guests at Magic Kingdom Park, some rare Disney “error” pins and a remarkable image from Disneyland Resort’s Paul Hiffmeyer — our newest Disney Parks Blog author. But one of our most popular posts asked the simple question, “Who is your favorite princess?”

Thank you for the great princess responses on the blog and on the @DisneyParks Twitter account. Here’s the list of other “must see” posts:

Downtown Disney Guests Create LEGO Buzz, Woody Mural — When people work together, remarkable things can happen – things like a giant LEGO Buzz Lightyear and Woody mural.

Oops! Finding Rare Error Pins — Since the infamous “Januray” pin, these rare pins have been a part of Disney Pin trading.

More Magic Coming to Castaway Cay — Work is scheduled to be complete by Summer 2010 but we have an early look courtesy of our friends at Walt Disney Imagineering.

Memorable Moments: Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend — A look at a couple of the heart-warming stories from this year’s race.

First ‘Give a Day, Get a Disney Day’ Guests at Magic Kingdom — There are still opportunities to participate in the “Give a Day, Get a Disney Day” program – Just check and sign up.

All Aboard For Disneyland Photos — Paul Hiffmeyer shared a long lens photo of a Disneyland Steam Train on a cold morning where the train seems to glide on a steam cloud.

Comfort Zones — Gene Duncan showed why Disney Parks is a photographer’s paradise.

26,000 Pounds of Clothing Shed by Walt Disney Marathon Runners will Benefit Charities — Disney Marathon organizers collected about 30,000 pieces of clothing, including hats, coats, gloves and sweaters.


  • I like “Your Disney Princess is…” post, too. 🙂
    By the way, I haven’t leave my comment on the post yet.
    Can I leave it here?
    My favorite Disney Princess are Pocahontas and Mulan. 🙂

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