On July 26 the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team began round-the-clock care for a critically ill pygmy killer whale that beached itself off the west coast of Florida.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) directed the dolphin to be sent to SeaWorld Orlando’s rescue facility.  A pygmy killer whale is very rare to find in shallow waters near the coast and even rarer to see beached and in need of rescuing. These whales typically travel in groups of 10 to 30.

Just a few days back, the Walt Disney World Resort officially confirmed a rumor that had been going around for months. The former Pizza Planet restaurant will soon become a Muppets-themed dining location that'll be known as PizzeRizzo.
This morning we will check on the progress that has been made in that area. In addition to that, we will explore many of the other themed areas of the park to see what's new and what has changed since our last visit. Enjoy the photos.

TUMI, the leading brand of premium travel, business, and lifestyle accessories, officially opened on Friday, July 29, 2016 as the latest arrival in Town Center.
Located near the UNOde50 store, TUMI carries a variety of luggage, bags, and accessories for travel from short trips to long journeys. Known as the "TUMI difference," each product is designed with detail and innovation in mind and put through numerous tests to ensure the highest quality, durability and functionality.

Orlando’s 400-foot observation wheel is bubbling with happiness over its new name: Coca-Cola Orlando Eye. This exciting partnership with Coca-Cola allows guests to share enhanced new experiences on the observation wheel from the moment they enter the attraction. All Guests will now be greeted with a bold and contemporary look throughout the interior and exterior of The Orlando Eye’s terminal building, featuring Coca-Cola’s signature red and white colors. 

This fall, the Muppets are coming to Walt Disney World for a new show at Magic Kingdom, “The Muppets Present… Great Moments in American History.”
Sam Eagle, the fiercely patriotic American eagle who has always been trying to set a high moral standard for the Muppets, will be joined by Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, and Gonzo outside The Hall of Presidents attraction in Liberty Square to present historical tales in hysterical fashion as only they can. 

Beginning Monday, August 1, work will begin in the Guest parking lot at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. The current phase of this project should last approximately three weeks, and will occur in the middle most lanes of the Guest parking lot.
Overall, this work will include additional crosswalks, sidewalks, lighting and the relocation of the valet parking gates. This work will have minimal impact, if any, on parking availability and is anticipated to be completed by September 9.