Beginning January 8, 2015, Guests staying at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa can begin their day with a limited-time character dining experience, Cinderella's Dining at Citricos - Breakfast and Brunch with the Disney Princesses. This experience will be available from January 8 through March 3, 2015 (Cinderella's Royal Table will be closed for refurbishment during that time), and Guests may call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) to make reservations.

From the official Busch Gardens Tampa Blog: Two new additions have made their way into the Kookaburra’s Nest at Busch Gardens Tampa and we are thrilled to welcome them to the family! Ginger and Blanche are Reeves Muntjacs which are a relative of the deer family. Muntjacs are native to areas of China and Taiwan and are known as one of the smallest species of deer. Muntjacs only get about 15 inches tall and weigh around 20 to 30 pounds.

Disney Springs continues to take shape day after day, quickly replacing the Downtown Disney district, which will almost double in size by the end of 2016. Our official photographer Alex recently visited the location to check on the current status of the work being done around this large area, situated withing the Walt Disney World Resort. As you will see, a lot of progress has been done since our last visit, so there is really a lot to see. Enjoy the photos!:

Welcome to PART 2 of this new Downtown Disney photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers. As always, be sure to check out PART 1 before continuing on, as we don't want you to miss any of the photos!
In the previous part, we focused on the new multi-level parking garage (which is now open to all Guests) and the rest of the West Side. Now we will move on to Pleasure Island (which will soon become The Landing). Take a look:

Welcome to PART 3 of our newest Downtown Disney construction update. Click on this link if you are looking for PART 2 of this same photo-report.
Previously, our good friend Alex took us on a virtual tour of parts of Pleasure Island/The Landing, where the new waterfront area is now open for the enjoyment of Guests. Now, let's continue to check out the area, and afterwards we'll move on to the busiest section of Downtown Disney, the Marketplace: