On the Road with Mickey
Season 2, Episode 32 – Top Five Disney Shows
Season 2, Episode 32 - Top Five Disney Shows
Top Five Disney Shows
Hey everyone, I'm Mike, she's Sophie, and that's Brenda, and we're On the Road with Mickey! This is Season 2, Episode 32 for August 9, 2021, and our feature topic today is our Top Five Disney Shows. For today's pod, we're taking a look at our five favorite Disney shows and trying to put some sort of ranking to them! Here's our rundown of what we talked about:
* Cheddar from the Big Cheese* Brenda: Let’s talk about the Disney Wish a little bit! Some really neat aspects were discussed the other day on the Disney Parks Blog. Here are some of the neat details that you will be able to experience on the Wish:* The Wish will have Disney Cruise Line’s first-ever outdoor spa retreat, complete with whirlpool spas, plush loungers and plenty of space for open-air yoga sessions.* Untangled Salon and Hook’s Barbery, our first standalone salon and barbershop experiences, each inspired by a classic Walt Disney Animation Studios film.* Three new upscale bars and lounges - the Keg & Compass, Nightingale’s, and The Bayou.* Sophie: Returning for a second year this November, Give Kids the World will have their second annual Night of a Million Lights Spectacular! We did this last year, and it was absolutely amazing. The event will run from November 12, 2021 - January 2, 2022, and will run from 5PM to 10PM nightly, with staggered entry times.* Sophie: A few weeks back in our Red, White, and Disney podcast, we talked about the baby Masai giraffe that was born in June. Well, he has now joined his family out on the savanna for Kilimanjaro Safaris! Say hello to Humphrey!* Mike: Beginning on August 11 on Disney+, Goofy stars in three new “How to” shorts from the Walt Disney Animation Studios: “How to Stay at Home” is the name of the series, and it takes a lighthearted look at the pandemic. “How to wear a Mask”, “Learning to Cook”, and “Binge Watching” are the names of the three shorts.* Mike: Lastly, Disneyland released details and pricing on the new Disneyland Magic Key Program. They go on sale starting August 25th, and there are four Magic Key Passes:* Dream Key ($1,399 with no blockout dates and free parking, up to 6 theme park reservations at a time)* Believe Key ($949 with some blockout days, and 50% off parking, up to 6 theme park reservations at a time)* Enchant Key ($649, up to 4 theme park reservations, and more blockout days)* Imagine Key ($399, only available to Southern California Residents living in zip codes 90000 to 93599. 2 theme park reservations at a time, more blockout days).* There are other merchandise discounts I won’t get into. The Disneyland website has all of the complete details.* Mike: Lastly (I promise), what does the Magic Key program mean for Walt Disney World? Absolutely nothing -- but Disney did tease this in their presentation: “And for those wondering about Walt Disney World Annual Passes, new pass sales will become available in time for the start of the 50th anniversary celebration! Walt Disney World Resort will be sharing additional information and details later this month.”* Connect with us! Here’s how: * Facebook: https://facebook.ontheroadwithmickey.com* Facebook Group: https://facebookgroup.ontheroadwithmickey.com* YouTube: On the Road with Mickey (Don't forget to subscribe, like the videos, and comment!)* Instagram: ...