As previously reported, the Allergy Kiosk located on Discovery Island (at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park) is currently closed for refurbishment, and is scheduled to return to operation on September 2, 2015. Starting from September 2 through September 22, the Beastly Kiosk in Asia will be closed for refurbishment. That location is scheduled to reopen on September 23. During this time, menu items from the kiosks will not be relocated to other kiosks.


Yesterday morning, a veterinarian at SeaWorld Orlando successfully removed a fishing hook embedded in the mouth of a rescued loggerhead sea turtle.
This juvenile loggerhead sea turtle currently weighs approximately 60 pounds and was rescued near Jetty Beach (located near Cape Canaveral, Florida) by the Sea Turtle Preservation Society. The injured animal was promptly brought to SeaWorld Orlando for immediate medical attention and rehabilitation.


To further align resort and park processes, as well as match industry standards, courtesy Guest wheelchairs will no longer be available at Walt Disney World Resort hotels starting from next month (at the moment, the rumored date for the implementation of this change is Tuesday, September 8, 2015).
That said, Guests staying at any of the Disney hotels can still rent wheelchair equipment from featured vendors, which will be available for a nominal fee.


Just a few weeks ago, theme park fans started noticing that the ground around the Reign of Kong area was being prepared for the installation of the outdoor portion of the ride's track. Earlier today, we spotted some new steel pieces that could be used as part of the path on which the ride vehicles will soon travel.
In addition to that, the faux mountain range behind the rockwork is finally getting painted. Take a look around this new themed area inside Islands of Adventure:


Just in time for Labor Day travel planning, Discovery Cove is offering Florida residents a special offer that continues giving through 2016. Available now through December 2015, the all-inclusive offer provides Florida locals a reduced Dolphin Swim Experience package starting at $219 plus tax, and a Day Resort package (sans dolphin swim) for $149 plus tax. Residents will also receive unlimited admission to SeaWorld and Aquatica through Jan. 31, 2016.


For the first time ever, the popular service that lets Disney Parks Guests reserve their favorite attractions and shows before they arrive is coming to the Eat to the Beat concert series, taking place at Epcot during the Food & Wine Festival.
Starting from today (Wednesday, August 26, 2015), Guests can secure a spot for concert performances with a FastPass+ selection. While there will not be a separate seating area, FastPass+ Guests will be the first to enter the theater.

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