Author: Richard Christensen

Star Wars Fun is Well Underway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

You don’t have to wait for the new Star Wars land to be built. Despite massive construction projects, Star Wars Fun is well underway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The Star Tours ride will remain open as well as the adjoining Jedi Temple training stage. In addition, Disney has added a gallery, character meet and greets, live entertainment, and an amazing nighttime fireworks ad digital projection show.  There’s even a 7 hour long tour for hard core Star Wars fans! The new Star Wars lands are scheduled to open in both Hollywood Studios and Disneyland in 2019. Until then, there’s...

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Main Street Electrical Parade Extends Stay at Disneyland to August 20th

Great news Disneyland fans, the Main Street Electrical Parade’s run has been extended through August 20t, 2017. Long-time visitors will have a little while longer to enjoy this classic. Of course, if you’re a frequent Disney World guest like myself, it means that much longer with no night time parade. I have actually been delaying my first visit to Disneyland until Paint the Night returns, though it’s fun to see Disney shuffle some things around to different parks. Read below for some details about the parade from Disney. Per Disney PR: The Main Street Electrical Parade, one of the...

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Plan a Visit to the 8th Air Force Museum

The Mighty 8th Air Force Museum was established to preserve the memory of the pilots, airmen, and ground crews who served during World War II. The Mighty 8th alone suffered roughly 26 thousand casualties during the war. The museum building focuses on various aspects of the aircraft and history, while the grounds feature memorials and a beautiful chapel. The museum is located off Interstate 95 just outside of Savannah, Georgia and is an essential stop for any visitor exploring the amazing history of this great city.   The main hall is dominated by a restored B-17 bomber painting in...

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Tour Old Fort Jackson in Savannah, Georgia

Old Fort Jackson is a little known historic gem just outside of downtown Savannah, Georgia. Just two miles down river, the oldest brick fortification in the state is surrounded by heavy industry. The fort is a National Historic Landmark, but is often overlooked since it is not managed by the National Park Service like nearby Fort Pulaski. Instead, it is part of the Coastal Heritage Museum consortium, which includes the Georgia State Railroad, Savannah History, and Savannah Children’s museums. Old Fort Jackson is an integral part of Savannah’s history and should be included as part of any visit to...

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Bonaventure Cemetery Savannah, Georgia

Bonaventure cemetery is more than just another roadside stop during a vacation. It’s a much deeper experience. There are few places in my travels that have left such an impression on me. Located in the suburbs just three miles outside of downtown Savannah, you feel transported to a much older time when you step through the gates. The over one hundred acres of plots and headstones is overgrown with ancient trees, climbing vines, and flowers. Despite its location, the atmosphere is peaceful with just the sound of birds chirping to reassure you that all is not dead there. Bonaventure...

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