Middle Sends Love Letter To Disney World – Orlando Sentinel

But first the Heck family learned the tickets it had won were to Disneyland , not Disney World. Guest relations smoothed out that fiasco and gave the Heck family a swank hotel room. The Hecks embark on a road trip to Walt Disney World and attempt to stay positive despite a barrage of mishaps that threaten to ruin their trip, on the one-hour season finale of ABC’s “The Middle.” More troubles cropped up: Daughter Sue ( Eden Sher ) needed medical attention twice, first for fainting, then for eating too fast. Son Brick ( Atticus Shaffer ) dawdled over getting a mouse-ears hat and fretted over losing it. The family slept late, and son Axl ( Charlie McDermott ) fumed that his family wouldn’t get on rides. “What is wrong with this family?” exasperated mom Frankie ( Patricia Heaton ) asked.
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5 Reasons Why Disney World Is Better Than Ever | George Hobica

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Now, guests who dont book FastPass+ reservations in advance online can simply visit any of the kiosks throughout each theme park to plan out their day or just grab whatever is the next available spot, by passing long waits in lines. Jim McPhee (center) discusses MyMagic+ at a recent Walt Disney World press event. Disney insists spontaneity is not dead due to the addition of FastPass+. Those who take advantage of the advance reservations will find more freedom available to them on their trips. But those who arent avid planners arent required to take part. It works for everybody, said Sinoff.
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Development of FastPass+ delivers freedom as Walt Disney World personalizes vacations with more MyMagic+ planned | Inside the Magic

1. “New” Fantasyland is finally done A serious rethink of the heart of the Magic Kingdom finally wraps May 28, with the debut of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Coaster. This kid-friendly (but fun for all ages) coaster, in the tradition of the timeless Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, will be a must in a part of the park that’s already packed with essential stops. Also new at Fantasyland this spring: the daytime Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade, bringing some of the classics (Peter Pan, Rapunzel, Ariel and the like) to life. 2. Everyone can use the super cool FastPass+ system There’s been lots of chatter about the MyMagic+ program, but what I’m really excited about is Disney’s new FastPass+ system, which allows you to reserve not only attractions, but also space for shows, parades, fireworks and even some character meet-ups.
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