Most of the WDWNT Crew is back from Walt Disney World (Tom will be back tomorrow), so you can expect a lot of photo reports in the coming week. Here’s the first one from our very own Jose Castillo:
Jackie Steele leading the Pleasure Island History Walk as part of WDWCelebration’s World Wide Weekend event.
A skeletal T-Rex has arrived outside the upcoming T-Rex restaurant in Downtown Disney.
Tom Corless, Jason Diffendal, & Adam Roth with his head turned away.
Jackie Steele along with event attendees at the Mickey’s PhilharMagic group showing.
Construction on Bay Lake Tower is pressing along nicely.
A look around this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
Mickey’s Boo to You Halloween Parade.
The awesome looking Haunted Mansion float.
This mini-float from SpectroMagic carries a “pumpkin man”.
Nice atmosphere around the Main Street Train Station.
Cinderella Castle VERY late at night.
The WDWNT Crew were the last to leave the park on that night.
Moving on to the second day of World Wide Weekend… Here we see Marcus D’Amelio, & Matt Pezzula setting up the WDWCelebrations table at Epcot in the morning.
You gotta love free goodies.
Jason Diffendal ready for a great day at Epcot.
Turned out Saturday was the last day for the Epcot 25th Anniversary exhibit.
Jason, Adam, & Tom.
The Festival Center was open once again, with this year’s theme, Cities in Wonderland.
Marcus & Jason at the Electric Umbrella.
World Wide Weekend attendees.
Winners of the World Showcase Scavenger Hunt.
The WDWCelebrations Core Team: (L-R) Adam, Matt, Jackie, Jason, Marcus, and Tom
The first event of Day 3 was an It’s Tough to be a Bug group showing.
Then it was off to Expedition Everest.
Followed by Dinosaur.
Jim Henson’s name has been removed from Muppet Vision 3D.
The Hot Air Balloon is back up to its rightful space.
Jason & Adam waiting for Block Party Bash to start.
This was Jose’s first time seeing Block Party Bash, & he loved it!
Next up was the Star Tours group ride.
Construction on the exterior of the American Idol Experience theater.
The guys look excited on the Tower of Terror group ride.
For more of Jose’s lovely pictures (and a couple of videos too), head on over to his Flickr page. Be sure to stay tuned to WDW News Today in the upcoming week for plenty more photo reports from Walt Disney World & World Wide Weekend, as we continue to “Bridge The Gaps Between You & the World”!