Rider Responses June 2016

Rider Responses June 2016

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wdwrideguide/WDW_Ride_Guide_72-_Rider_Responses_June_2016.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (9.8MB) | EmbedToday is all about you the listener!  I have been asking for your questions, comments, and feedback since we first started the podcast.  Along the way some of you have written some very encouraging and kind words, some have asked great questions, and some have even inspired future podcasts with your ideas and passion for Disney rides. I’m so happy to share with the entire WDW Ride Guide community many of these responses today.  We won’t be covering one ride in detail, but through today’s responses we will learn more about what Walt Disney World has to offer. No essential facts today, we are jumping right into the fun! Our first rider response today comes from one of the first listeners to write in feedback.  I have to say his message on Facebook came at a time I needed a little encouragement.  Let’s see what he has to say. Hi Ben, I just found your podcast and had to message you and say it’s awesome! I listen to a bunch of Disney podcasts and I think this is the first one I have found that is mainly about rides and the history of them which is one of the things I like the most about the parks. Keep up the great work! I just listened to the TTA episode and it’s great to hear somebody give it credit for being a great ride! I usually get eye rolls when I tell people it’s my favorite especially at night with the lights from Tomorrowland. – Billy, Texas Wow, thanks Billy!  Like...
Turtle Talk with Crush

Turtle Talk with Crush

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wdwrideguide/WDW_Ride_Guide_71-_Turtle_Talk_with_Crush.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.6MB) | Embed  This month we have been exploring all the Finding Nemo fun to be had at Walt Disney World.  We started with Finding Nemo – The Musical over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.  That is a truly remarkable live show with some of the most imaginative sets and puppets you will find anywhere.  Next, we moved over to Epcot and discovered all there is to do at The Seas with Nemo & Friends.  The pavilion houses the ride of the same name, but also showcases an impressive array of sea life in one of the world’s largest manmade aquariums.  Also inside the pavilion is our feature for today, Turtle Talk with Crush.  The star of the show is everyone’s favorite sea turtle, but I wonder who else we might find swimming nearby?  Maybe a little blue tang fish named Dory? Ah, yes, we started this aquatic adventure in anticipation of the new Disney film “Finding Dory.”  Well, Dory has always played at role at Turtle Talk with Crush, but with the new film, she and her new friends are more involved than ever.  To learn more about that, let’s get swimming with our… Know Before You Go Essential Facts The ride is located in Future World in Epcot Fastpass + is offered There is no height requirement The fright factor is 0 out of 5 Guests may remain in a wheelchair/ECV Assistive Listening and Sign Language are available The show is about 15 minutes long The show opened on November 14, 2006.  New characters from the film “Finding Dory” were added in...
The Seas with Nemo & Friends

The Seas with Nemo & Friends

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wdwrideguide/WDW_Ride_Guide_70-_The_Seas_with_Nemo_and_Friends.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (10.8MB) | Embed  Last week we kicked off our celebration of the “Finding Nemo” fun in the theme parks as we anticipate the new Disney Pixar film “Finding Dory.”  If you haven’t listened to our Finding Nemo – The Musical podcast you will want to check it out!  That is my wife’s favorite thing in all Walt Disney World, and a show you certainly don’t want to miss. This week we are heading over to Epcot to find Nemo and his friends.  Now, Epcot may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think about fun activities for small children in your group, but hopefully today’s podcast will help change that.  The Seas with Nemo & Friends has more to explore than many aquariums across the country.  Let’s dive right in and get started with our… Know Before You Go Essential Facts The ride is located in Future World in Epcot Fastpass + is offered The fright factor is 1 out of 5 Guests must transfer to a wheelchair Audio Description and Handheld Captioning are available Children under age 7 must be accompanied by a person age 14 years or older The ride is 5 minutes long The Living Seas opened on January 15, 1986.  The Seas with Nemo & Friends was completed and opened on October 19, 2006. Those are the facts, now onto the fun! Nemo?  Nemo?  Where are you?  Where did that little clown fish swim off to?  I just saw him a minute ago.  Oh, the sea is such a big place! Yes, the sea...
Finding Nemo – The Musical

Finding Nemo – The Musical

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wdwrideguide/WDW_Ride_Guide_69-_Finding_Nemo_the_Musical.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (31.5MB) | EmbedWhen it comes to Disney rides, the detailed storytelling is what makes them so special.  Thankfully, the same care and imagination that Disney Imagineers spend on building rides goes into creating the shows in Walt Disney World.  For that reason, you will experience some of the highest level of entertainment found anywhere in the world, right here inside the Disney theme parks.  Today, we are covering what many consider to be the best of the best of those shows. This month marks the long anticipated sequel to the animated Disney Pixar film Finding Nemo.  Unless you have been hiding inside a sea anemone for the past 15 years, then you are familiar with this beloved classic.  Its sequel, Finding Dory, will be hitting theaters June 15, so I thought we would take a few weeks to cover all of the Finding Nemo fun that can be found in Walt Disney World.  You might say you are like Marlin, searching for Nemo in the big world of Disney, and I am your Dory, helping guide you along the way.  Well, like Dory minus the short term memory loss, hopefully. Now, who’s ready to explore?  They say you should save the best for last, but I just couldn’t wait to talk about the inventive musical version of the Disney film found over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.  Who’s ready to learn about the details that make this show a can’t miss experience? Well then, let’s get started with our… Know Before You Go Essential Facts The show is located in Dinoland U.S.A. in...

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