Saturday, September 12, 2015

Disney News:Goodbye to Osborne Light, New Wilderness and Culinary Tours



This season is the last year for the Osborne Family Spectacular of Dancing Lights as that area will be transformed into the new Toy Story and Star Wars lands. I will dearly miss those lights as they always put me in the holiday spirit.
To celebrate the last year, Disney is offering two special events: Merry and Bright Dessert Party and a dinner reception. The dessert party includes holiday-themed desserts.  The dinner reception features a selection of small bites, including beef, shrimp, and turkey, as well as wine, beer, and specialty beverages. Reservations for both the Merry & Bright Dessert Party and Dinner Reception will be available beginning Sept. 16, 2015.


In happier news, Disney announced two new tours:
Photo Courtesy of Disney Destinations 


Walt's Wilderness  - You board a boat at the Contemporary to explore Bay Lake including a beach breakfast. Then you take a horse drawn carriage and short hike to a site in the wilderness to practice your archery. You end at the horse stables.

Photo courtesy of Disney Destinations


Go behind the scenes in the Contemporary's kitchens for a culinary cooking class. Join Disney World chefs and prepare a meal together.

Photo courtesy of Disney Destinations 


Ferrytale Wishes - a fireworks dessert cruise. Over the last couple years, Disney has started offering dessert parties in the Magic Kingdom in special viewing areas to watch the fireworks. Now they are taking that party to water. You board an hour before the fireworks and then enjoy a variety of desserts, a fruit and cheese display and ice cream novelties. Guests will also receive a souvenir acrylic palette plate and glow glass once onboard.

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1 comment:

  1. How fun tour! Thanks for these pictures my friend. I have also made plans to take my family on a family trip in coming month but I would be quite busy in my international corporate events Chicago so our trip might get cancelled.

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