Help Dis-Unplugged podcast raise $1 Million for Give Kids the World Village!

Be sure to check out The DIS Unplugged‘s Give Kids the World event, where they are trying to raise $1 million for this worthy cause. They are an organization that provide trips to the Orlando area theme parks for terminally ill children. The story of how this all got started is heart wrenching. To learn more about this worthy event, go to Dis Meet Weekend. To learn more about this great organization, please go to Give Kids the World Village.

News Flash – “Secret Bathroom” Gone!

Bummer, just found out the “Secret Bathroom” is gone and the area is now part of the Princess Fantasy Faire queue. That was always a nice, quit, and clean bathroom. You can still see it and many more things in my book Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland. Thank you TommyPix for your report.

Paul of the The DLRage Podcast has a great point of view about Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland. Go Listen!

Have you listened to this week’s The DLRage Podcast episode #9? Paul gives his unique perspective on photographing Disneyland. He also mentions Me and Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland. Loved his point of view about the book. Thanks Paul! Please go listen to his show.

Amazon sales and ratings jumped today (3/5/2013) for Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland

Sales and rating for Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland jumped today. A big part of the credit goes to Michael Bowling of The Dis Un-Plugged: Disneyland podcast. Thank you Michael. The rating for my book wet to #1 for West Travel, #5 for Theme Parks and #6 for Family Travel. I’m especially excited about the Theme Park rating.
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See Michael Bowling’s (Dis-Unplugged: Disneyland Podcast) Review of Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland

Michael Bowling reviews Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland and talks about his recent interview with Russell.

Excerpt: “For a guest preparing for their first visit to Disneyland, Seen, Unseen Disneyland is a wonderful introduction to the magic of Walt’s park and why it sets the standard for all theme parks. For a guest who knows Disneyland like their own backyard, Seen, Unseen Disneyland contains little-known facts and details that will bring a new depth to their Disneyland experience.”

Click here to see Dis-Unplugged: Disneyland’s review here.

A book about all the details you see at Disneyland, but don't really see

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