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  August 30, 2007 * Issue 7.35
In This Newsletter

From the Authors: Major Message Board Milestone

Travel Feature: Niagara Falls

Disney Feature: Pirates & Princess Party

Updates: What's New and Changed

Tips: Rainforest Re-Do, Wheelchair Transportation Tip, Napkin Magic

Captain's Corner: Shades

Q&A: Is $20 per person, per day, a realistic food budget?

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What's New and Changed

Here are a few items of relevant news:

The schedule of narrators for the Candlelight Processional has changed again. Here is the updated schedule:
Nov 23-25: David Robinson
Nov 26-28: John O'Hurley
Nov 29-December 1: Neil Patrick Harris
Dec 2-4: Dennis Franz
Dec 5-7: To Be Determined (TBD)
Dec 8-10: Steven Curtis Chapman
Dec 11-13: Chita Rivera
Dec 14-16: TBD
Dec 17-19 Kirk Cameron
Dec 20-22: Edward James Olmos
Dec 23-25: Gary Sinise
Dec 26-28: Rita Moreno
Dec 29-30: Marlee Matlin

The Wand, Crane and Stars have all been removed from Spaceship Earth. The metal supports for the stars are the last things left to be removed. 

On September 10, 2007, Walt Disney World will host ceremonies honoring the crew of the NASA Space Shuttle Endeavour including teacher Barbara Morgan. Astronaut Morgan will unveil a new addition to Mission:SPACE in the morning at Epcot and the entire crew (Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh and mission specialists Tracy Caldwell, Richard Mastracchio, David Williams, Barbara Morgan and Alvin Drew Jr.) will be the Honorary Grand Marshals in the Magic Kingdom Parade in the afternoon. 

Walt Disney World was honored last week by the American Lung Association and Florida Surgeon General Ana Viamonte for it's decision to make all  of the resort's 24,000 hotel rooms smoke free, reducing the effects of second-hand smoke on Walt Disney World employees and guests. 

Disneyland Resort's Napa Rose Restaurant has again been honored with the prestigious DiRoNA Award of Excellence. In 2006, just 26 restaurants throughout Canada, Mexico and the U.S.  received this honor (the number of restaurants receiving the award in 2007 has not yet been announced).

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Disney Tips:
From Fellow Readers

Our readers deliver a wealth of information! 
Here are the winners in this month's tip contest:

"On our last trip to Disney family of four ventured over to Downtown Disney on a Saturday night in hopes of having a nice dinner at the Rainforest Cafe. But when we put our names in at the podium we were told the wait was over two and a half hours. We started to consider our other options when we noticed that there was a short line behind the Rainforest Cafe where people were being seated on the back deck. We walked up and were told the wait was less than 20 minutes! What a great place to eat. You are seated on a deck above the lake with views of Downtown Disney, Pleasure Island, and Saratoga Springs. We still got to eat at the Rainforest Cafe and enjoy their great food without all of the noise and chaos of the inside."
-- contributed by Kelly R. 

"To help speed along the process of securing my boyfriend's power wheelchair in the buses, I put a colored ribbon in the appropriate places for the tie downs to go. This helps the bus driver not have to fumble for sturdy places to put the tie downs."
-- contributed by Tracy B.

"When we eat in one of Disney's parks (whether it is an ice cream cone or a meal) we always grab a bunch of napkins, because as is inevitable with kids, someone always spills something. When we are done eating, we put the several unused napkins in our backpack in case we need one later in the day. On one of trips, when it was time to pack to go home we had about 20 unused napkins. So I brought them home rather than throwing them out, thinking it would be a neat way to bring us a little Disney magic back home. One day when I was preparing the kids' cold lunch bags for a school field trip, I ran across the leftover Disney napkins. So I slipped one in each of their bags and off to school they went. That day as my girls got off the bus they both ran to the house, beaming with excitement. I thought they were excited about their field trip, but no, they were excited over the little touch of Disney I put in the lunch that day! Needless ! to say it was a HUGE hit with them! It is amazing what a little Pixie Dust will do for your spirit!"
-- contributed by Tracey S.


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Captain's Corner:
Treasure Hunting Game

Play our fun and quirky treasure hunting game, hosted by Captain Jack Skatt from our book, "PassPorter's Treasure Hunts at Walt Disney World." 

The Captain makes a study of the delightful details -- sometimes hidden, sometimes in plain sight but often overlooked -- at Walt Disney World and aboard the Disney Cruise Line. Using notes from his journals, he will lead you to this "treasure" at Disney with clues, questions, photos, or riddles. Your challenge is to discover the answer by searching your memory, visiting Disney, or even just looking really hard on the Internet. If you think you've found the answer, e-mail it to -- the first person to correctly submit the FULL answer will receive a free PassPorter enamel pin or PassPorter name badge pin.

Here is this week's journal entry:

"Those new-fangled 'Living Avatars' at the PassPorter Villa have kept me busy all day. I've tried my hand at designing my own avatar -- it looks quite dashing, if I do say so myself. Looking at what other folks create is quite diverting, too. I found an interesting avatar (see below) lurking in The Backyard. Dig those shades! I wonder if I'll be able to recognize them at MouseFest this year!"

Which PassPorter community member does this 'living avatar' belong to? For extra credit, where did you find it?
Send your full answer to -- the winner will be notified by e-mail and announced in the next newsletter, along with the correct answer!

Congratulations to kbwoodbery who was the winner of last week's trivia contest! kbwoodbery was the first person to identify the location of Donald's jacket as the cliff diving scene in the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros! attraction in the Mexico pavilion at Epcot's World Showcase. To view the original clue, see last week's newsletter.

If you enjoy treasure hunts, we've got an entire book with over 100 distinct treasure hunts and over 1500 questions, complete with clues and contributions from Captain Jack Skatt. Get more details on "PassPorter's Treasure Hunts at Walt Disney World" book at

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Q & A:
With Jennifer and Dave

mousestruck asks: "
This trip to Walt Disney World has come up pretty suddenly so it has not given me much time to save properly, and with this trip coming right after Christmas, we are gonna have to BUDGET. I will have my three kids - my son age 9, and my daughter ages 13 and 18. So, my question is, do you think that $20 per day, per person, is realistic for food? My thinking is counter service only (besides the one character breakfast I am planning, this is not included in my budget), we really are not big eaters and from what I hear most meals are big enough to share. Also, I'm really thinking we will only be eating two meals a day. I will be bringing snack-type foods from home to keep in our room for late-night munchies and such. My son is still in child size meals then he won't use up his $20, so that'll make up for the extra drinks, etc. in the parks. I don't know, am I crazy to think this will work?"

Dave and Jennifer answer: "
$20/day for younger children can work easily, but $20/day for older kids and adults will be a little tight. The average price including tax for a counter service meal at Disney runs just around $12. Counter service breakfast costs run just a dollar or two less than that. While meal sizes at the table service restaurants are often enough to share, how do you split a burger or hot dog and fries between two, no matter what their ages? Regardless of whether you can get a large entree item at Tusker House, by the time you add another $2.00 for a drink, perhaps a dessert item, and tax... it's not a $7.99 meal.

However, $80/day for your particular family of four can be done -- you just have to average it out between the kids who are small enough to get by on the kids meals (budget around $7/meal for them) and the older members of your family (and limit yourself to two Disney meals daily - bring your own food for light breakfasts in your hotel room). Note that not every counter-service restaurant offers a proper kids meal, so there will be times when you're paying the same for everyone."

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From the Authors: Major Message Board Milestone

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We're delighted and excited to announce that the PassPorter Message Board Community greeted its 20,000th member yesterday! Elyse Lynch had the honor of being member number 20,000, and she has received a PassPorter book of her choice and a one-month membership in PassPorter's Club in recognition of this distinction. The message boards are also just a tetch away from hitting another milestone - the two-millionth post!

So, as a little gift to everyone in our message board community for reaching both of these milestones, we've added a fun, new feature to the boards -- Living Avatars. PassPorter Community members can now build their own, personal "character" that will be displayed alongside each post they make. Members can select background images, characters, hair styles, clothing and other accessories and combine them into a unique expression of their personality. And, since this is a Disney-focused community, we've begun to add backgrounds and accessory items that will help folks express their particular Disney passions (Mickey Bar, anyone?). At least for the moment, Dave, who has a closet full of Hawaiian shirts, can be seen standing under a plam tree on a tropical beach, decked out in a (virtual) red Hawaiian shirt and holding a (non-alcoholic) iced tea. Jennifer, on the other hand, is standing in front of Spaceship Earth with Alexander, and holding a Mickey Bar.

Dave's Living Avatar

Jennifer's Living Avatar

The really fun thing about our "living avatars" is that you can tweak them whenever to suit your mood and interests, so the above avatars are likely to change a bit based on when you read this newsletter. Once this newsletter is mailed, Jennifer has plans to add more Disney backgrounds, accessories, and some limited-edition items -- perhaps even some virtual "pins"! Oh, we're going to have fun with this new toy!

Oh, did we mention our living avatars are free? All you need is a PassPorter message board account (free) and at least one post. The more posts you make, the more things you can add to your avatar!

PassPorter's Open Mouse for Walt Disney World and the Disney Cruise Line is right around the corner! We picked up a few sample copies from the printer earlier today, and pre-order shipments should begin right after the Labor Day holiday. It's not too late to pre-order and be among the first to receive the new book. And, we also have a free Sneak Peek PDF with more than 40 pages  available, if you'd like an advanced peek inside!

For those of you interested in our upcoming 2008 edition of PassPorter's Walt Disney World, you can get a downloadable file with 34 pages from the 2008 edition ... FREE! The file includes a page from each of our chapters, including several maps and worksheets, plus a closer look at a PassPocket. There's also a discount coupon code included! To download your Sneak Peek file, visit -- and don't forget to place your pre-order to ensure you're among the first to get a copy!

PassPorter's Club Update
  • Almost 900 vacationers are now enjoying access to all our e-books and e-worksheets -- thank you for your continued support!
  • Our newest e-book, "PassPorter's Disney Character Yearbook," is available for Club Passholders free of extra charges!
  • Two new e-worksheets -- Daily Plans (for up to 21 days) and Disney Dining Plan (also up to 21 Days) -- are now available for Club Passholders.
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  • MouseFest News: Registration is now open for MouseFest! We've got an all-new registration program this year that offers a host of new benefits and gives folks a chance to support this great event. Read all about it! Special MouseFest room rates available! MouseFest has arranged for a special discounted rate at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort for MouseFest! Stay near the heart of MouseFest action within walking distance of Epcot(r), Disney-MGM Studios, Disney's BoardWalk entertainment district, Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf courses, and Saturday's MouseFest's Mega Mouse Meet at the Walt Disney World Dolphin. To learn more, visit And check out the MouseFest event schedule , also at the web site. New meets are being added to the schedule on a regular basis, and the list of people attending just keeps growing! At least ten of our PassPorter Guides (moderators) are attending, as are MANY PassPorter members and readers! Stay tuned for more MouseFest announcements in the weeks and months to come.

    On the Air: Radio listeners in the western part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and nearby northeast Wisconsin can hear Dave Friday morning, September 14 sometime between 6:00 am and 10:00am Central Time on "Sam in the Morning" on WJMS 590AM.

    In this issue, our guest contributor Michelle Kosloff explores Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Barry Hom offers a review and tips on the popular Pirates & Princess Party at the Magic Kingdom. Finally, Jack Skatt is back with a brand-new Walt Disney World Treasure Hunt. Enjoy!

    Jennifer and Dave
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      Travel Feature: 

    Niagara Falls, Ontario
    by Michelle Kosloff, PassPorter Guest Contributor

    Growing up within a couple of hours of Niagara Falls meant we visited whenever relatives came to visit from the UK. It's a Wonder of the World and what visit to Canada would be complete without it? But as I grew older Niagara Falls grew dingier and it seemed to lose some of its luster. The falls were still there but the Skylon sort of emptied out and the tourist area just seemed to be dying off. 

    After I got married, we moved away from Ontario but just about 2 years ago we moved back. It was time for a visit because unlike us, our kids had only seen the falls once or twice. 

    Niagara Falls has changed significantly. I am not a big gambling fan, but I have to say, the two Casinos that have opened since I left Ontario have made a significant difference in the overall feel of the city. It is more vibrant, more alive than it had been the last time I visited. 

    Over the past year, we have visited Niagara Falls four times and have barely scratched the surface and we have seen and done different things each time.

    Our first visit was to our relatives. We stayed at their house and took a quick trip down to the falls one day. We did the touristy walk by the falls and then took a trip under the falls.

    My second visit was with my mother and sister for a ‘girls' weekend. We stayed at the Skyline Inn because it probably has the best location for your buck. We weren't there to lounge in our room so we weren't worried about luxury accommodations. The beds were comfy though and it was nice inside. It is a very short walk to the American Falls and right across the street from the Casino which was our destination both evenings we were there. One night we went to the closer old Casino (which I liked better because it seemed brighter and was on two floors) and the second night we took a free shuttle over to the newer casino.

    During the day, our goal was shopping. We visited the Outlet malls in Niagara Falls, NY and found many bargains. We also visited the Outlet mall on the Canadian side and bought some things there as well. Before our trip to the Casino in the evening we also saw the Festival of Lights which takes place November through January. It was quite spectacular!

    My third visit was with my husband for our anniversary. Our anniversary is the end of November which in hindsight is a rather good date. Hotel occupancy is very low so we usually can find something dirt cheap and Christmas decorations and sales are starting to come out. 

    Since this was our anniversary we decided to go for a bit more luxury. Since we didn't really care where we stayed, we tried bidding for a room on Priceline. That was fun in itself. We ended up with the Sheraton on the Falls for less than a cheap hotel would go for in the summer. When we arrived we asked about upgrading and for $10 more we got a suite with fireplace and Jacuzzi tub on the 21st floor with a fabulous view of the American Falls. We could even hear them with our window closed. Instead of the surf to go to sleep by we heard the faint roar of the falls. That $10 extra was so well worth it! It was a very romantic weekend. 

    Our last visit was with our children for our son's hockey tournament. We spent a lot of time in hockey arenas but we also did a bit of shopping with the kids, a bit of sight seeing and a bit of playing around. This time we stayed with the team at Michael's Inn. This hotel must have once been very nice but seemed a bit bedraggled now. It still had a very nice pool but the whole feel of the place was that it was a bit run down. The beds were very uncomfortable and none of us slept well all weekend. The location however was amazing! Again we were in walking distance of the falls and all the attractions on Clifton Hill. We didn't do a lot there more than look. You could spend a ton of time on the street what with all the wax museums, rides, and attractions. Next time, next time…

    We will be back again to Niagara Falls in the fall when the prices decline dramatically. We have promised the kids a trip to the Fallsview Water Park which is a water park built on top of the Casino parking lot with a direct view of the falls. There is still so much more to see!

    About the Author: Michelle previously contributed an article on Prince Edward Island to PassPorter News. She is a Computer Programmer from Woodstock, Ontario, Canada and is married with two children.   

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    Disney Feature:

    Pirates & Princess Party
    by Barry Hom, PassPorter Guest Contributor

    Disney has a lucrative business with pirates and princesses. The Pirates of the Caribbean movie series has made a truckload of money. The ride that inspired the movie is as popular as ever and recently has undergone changes with the addition of Captain Jack Sparrow. A Pirate Cruise disembarks from different points at the Walt Disney World Resort. A Pirates Lair recently took over the old Tom Sawyer's Island location at Disneyland. 

    For those who want to experience the princess lifestyle, the Walt Disney World Resort offers the Perfectly Princess Tea Party, the Princess Storybook Dining at Epcot, Cinderella's Grand Feast, the Wonderland Tea Party, the Biddidi Bobbidi Boutique, and special meals at Cinderella's Castle: "Once Upon a Time Breakfast," "A Fairytale Lunch at Cinderella's Royal Table," and the "Dreams Come True Dinner."  (Sorry, PassPorter friends, I am not having a makeover at the Biddidi Bobbidi Boutique and writing an article on it. They can't pay me enough to do it!) You can also experience rides and attractions based on Disney princess, such as Cinderella's Golden Carrousel and Snow White's Scary Adventures at the Magic Kingdom, and the shows "Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage" and "Voyage of the Little Mermaid" at Disney-MGM Studios. 

    If pirates and princesses generate this much money and attention for Disney, why not combine these two cash cows? These two Disney properties come together at the Pirates and Princess Party at the Magic Kingdom. This hard-ticketed event began in January 2007 and returns on select nights from August 11, 2007 to September 3, 2007. I had visited the event on its last night during the spring: March 8, 2007. The event hours during my visit were 7:30 PM to 1:00 AM. On the select nights in August and September 2007, the hours are 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM. Ticket prices from Walt Disney World's website are as follows:

    Pirates & Princess Party Advance Price:
    Ages 10 and over: $38.95 + tax
    Ages 3-9: $32.95 + tax

    Pirates & Princess Party Day of Event Price:
    Ages 10 and over: $45.95 + tax
    Ages 3-9: $39.95 + tax

    Advanced tickets can be purchased on or by calling 407-W-DISNEY.

    The Pirates and Princess Party follows a similar format to another hard-ticketed event, Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. The party has a parade and fireworks. Stations scattered around the Magic Kingdom hand out candy. Nearly all the rides and attractions are open, except for rides such as the Jungle Cruise in Adventureland. Guests are allowed, even encouraged, to come dressed in princess or pirates costumes. On the night of my visit, one guest came dressed up as the red head from the Pirates of the Caribbean ride!

    With your Pirates and Princess Party ticket, you can enter the park as early as 4:00 pm without regular park admission. If you enter early, you can catch the rides and attractions not open during the event. Additionally, during spring event times, you might be able to catch the Wishes fireworks show before the Pirates and Princess Party (if Wishes is scheduled during your visit). You can see two fireworks show for the price of one ticket (assuming you've never seen Wishes before). Sadly, Wishes is not scheduled for any of the fall Pirates and Princess Party dates.  

    When you enter the park, you're given a small bag to collect candy from around 13 "Treasure Spots" scattered around the Magic Kingdom. The bag is made of velvet, has the Pirates and Princess Party logo emblazoned on the front, and is a little smaller than your hand. The Pirates Bazaar at Adventureland has similar bags that you can stuff full of "precious" stones.

    The Magic Kingdom laid out red carpets at the entrance. You really feel like royalty when you walk on this carpet! Be sure to pick up an event map to find your way around the park, to see the show times, to locate the "Treasure Spots," and to see when other activities are scheduled through the night.

    The event has the two things that Disney does best; parades and fireworks. The "Disney's Enchanted Adventures Parade" begins at Frontierland and winds its way across Liberty Square and down Main Street U.S.A. You can see royal knights on horseback, court dancers, and Disney princesses such as Ariel, Snow White, Belle, and Cinderella. The pirates' portion of the parade has a 39-foot pirate ship, a treasure float with Jack Sparrow, and Peter Pan with his gang fighting Captain Hook and his cronies. My favorite area for parade viewing is in Frontierland in front of the Country Bears building. This area has enough light to videotape and photograph without excessive problems. You can find other well-lit spots along the parade route in Frontierland. 

    The fireworks show is called "Magic, Music, and Mayhem." This show starts out with fireworks celebrating the Disney princesses. Then the pirates attack and cause trouble for the princesses. Don't worry, like most Disney attractions, it ends happily with a little help from a "pixie-dusting" Disney friend. I've seen the fireworks shows at the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland. They've all been spectacular and this show is no exception. View this show anywhere along Main Street, U.S.A., facing Cinderella's Castle. 

    The "Dream Along With Mickey" show is performed at the Castle Forecourt Stage in front of Cinderella's Castle. Mickey Mouse and other Disney character friends invite guests to join in to dream and have happy, adventurous exploits. On the night of my visit, the show abruptly ended early due to technical difficulties. This show is also performed during regular park hours. 

    You think that treasure hunting, watching the parade, and admiring the fireworks show is enough to fill your evening? The Pirates and Princess Party has even more fun! DJ booths in Tomorrowland and Fantasyland allow you to dance the night away with such Disney characters as Stitch and Sebastian. Watch break-dancing pirates and acrobats perform their incredible moves. Meet Aurora, Belle, and Cinderella at the Princess Pavilion in Mickey's Toontown Fair. Learn how to be a pirate in Captain Sparrow's Pirate Tutorial. The Magic Kingdom is packed full of these smaller shows during the event!

    The best part of the Pirates and Princess Party is experiencing the Magic Kingdom's rides and attractions with a short wait. FastPass is not available during the night, but it's not needed. Most waits are 5 to 10 minutes. You will rarely find a long queue. The longest line I saw during my visit was 15 minutes for Peter Pan's Flight. Still, the wait for this ride is relatively short compared to its normal wait time during regular operating hours. Since the waits are low, you can go on rides and attractions that you may not experience during the day because of long queue times, like AstroOrbiter or the Magic Carpets of Aladdin. Sorry, the Hall of Presidents is not open during the Pirates and Princess Party. You will have to find someplace else to take a nap!

    Figure out which princess you want to be: Cinderella, Snow White, or Princess Leia. Decide on which pirates you want to dress up as: Captain Jack Sparrow, Peter Pan, or a Pittsburgh Pirate. Then go to the Pirates and Princess Party and have fun. You will have a magical and memorable experience. Just remember to collect a bag of "treasure" for me!

    More Information:
    Disney's official web site for the Pirates and Princess Party

    My video of the Pirates and Princess Party:

    About the Author: Barry is a roller coaster and theme/amusement park enthusiast. So far, he has ridden 382 roller coasters and visited over 80 theme and amusement parks in many U.S. states, France, United Kingdom, Norway, and Sweden. He is also a columnist and a moderator for the web site IOA Central. He is looking forward to a group trip with the web site Theme Park Review to Japan in September and a side trip to SoCal shortly afterwards.

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