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DSI: Disney Scene Investigation of Peter Pan’s Flight; “Mancation” (Vacationing with the Guys to WDW); Walt Disney World News; Rumors

Welcome to The WDW Radio Show – Your Walt Disney World Information Station. This is show #81 for the week of August 24, 2008, and as always I am your host, Lou Mongello

We’ll start off with some news from Walt Disney World, including a new, interactive experience for Guests, and in the Walt Disney World Rumor Mill, we’ll take a look another add-on, outside-the-park adventure experience that may or may not be coming in the future.

One of my favorite segments on the show are the DSI: Disney Scene Investigations, and this week, we take a look at one of my favorite attractions – Peter Pan’s Flight. We’ll look at the history of the attraction, its roots and connection to Disneyland, examine it scene-by-scene, and explore why it remains such a timeless classic.

There are so many reasons to go to Walt Disney World – family vacation with the kids, honeymooning with your new spouse, the big family reunion, or even the occasional solo research trip. But what about just a bunch of the guys getting together and going away? And instead of places like Myrtle Beach or Las Vegas, what about going to Walt Disney World? Steve “Tikiman” Seifert joins me to talk about going away on a “Mancation” to Walt Disney World, the many things to do outside the parks, and how to get the most out of the experience.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s episode of the WDW Radio Show.






1 thought on “WDW Radio #81 – DSI: Disney Scene Investigation of Peter Pan’s Flight; “Mancation” (Vacationing with the Guys to WDW)”

  1. Chuck Zitta says:

    Peter Pan’s Flight is definitely a favorite of mine. Soaring over London and through Never Never Land in a flying pirate ship – how can it not be. Right? Would like to see Disney imagineering work in some new flying dark ride or two (Buzz Lightyear, UP, Walleye???). Don’t know what it is, but I think this attraction is amazing. Really. Even as a middle age adult, I still have to make sure I ride it, at least two or three times when we visit. Here we gooooooo! I’m an avid golfer as well. Would be awesome to talk some of my buddies into a golf trip at WDW. Just not sure I could talk them into it. Great show Lou. Thanks again for the effort!