The Impressions de France script at Epcot features a scene involving a pack of bicyclists and one terrified sheep. Here is that sheep’s story.
…or maybe good at it, depending on how you look at it. Yes, we’re back in France. Again. At this point, it’s almost like a game, seeing how many consecutive posts about Epcot’s France Pavilion I can string together. Don’t worry, I’m running out. In 2009, Jim Rome did 20 consecutive shows featuring “Guys Named […]
French Heritage Week continues here at parkeology.com (now dragging on into its third actual week, with no sign of letting up). You might think that we have now beat this dead horse into the ground, but we’re only just getting started. Like James Bond, I prefer my metaphors shaken, not stirred. Today we uncover a […]
I am on a mission to recover lost elevators, since Disney parks have a propensity for losing them. Or for not adding them in the first place. Remember when they re-opened the Sleeping Beauty Diorama at Disneyland? And then instead of making it handicap-accessible, they simply added a TV waiting room, like at the dentist. […]
One of the great things – possibly the best thing – about living in Walt Disney World is that you can look sneeringly at random vacation photos and haughtily announce that you know exactly where that picture was taken. For instance, a close-up of a duck’s head with a smidgen of white rock visible in […]