Weekly Round Up: July 3

Voices of Liberty (Mouse on the Mind)Oh how we wish we were in Disney World this week! Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood Studios are all three offering special evening celebrations in honor of our nation’s independence. WDW for Grownups outlines the offerings, and Studios Central‘s Matt recommends the show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Don’t you wish you could be there, too??

I know we don’t normally share links up here in this part of the post, but we want to make sure you all stop what you’re doing and read this incredible review of Fantasmic, originally posted on Disleelandia!

How will you celebrate the fourth of July?

Us … Elsewhere
Tracy’s traveling throughout Canada this week, but she did write a post on the Suitcase Scholar about her meals at Evergreen Lodge outside of Yosemite.

She also introduced a new series, designed to highlight her beautiful photography: 1,000 Words.

Meanwhile, Melissa contributed the Muppet Monday column on This Happy Place Blog.

Our Favorites This Week
The Mary Sue
shared the cutest series of tutus, including several inspired by Disney! Can we take one of each?

Shane from Parkeology takes us on a visit to Dinoland in the 1990s. Love these details.

Kristen takes us for a ride on Maelstrom on Walt Disney world for Grown Ups. She also wrote a wonderful tribute to pineapple in Disney World.

Heather, Disney Food Blog‘s Dining in Disneyland columnist, gives us a look at Disney Soda Fountain’s Brave-inspired sundae and special events. Wish we lived in California!!

Vulture ranked the Pixar movies. Melissa Sue can’t believe they think A Bug’s Life is better than Cars. That’s just WRONG.

Happy face! Estelle of This Happy Place Blog is pioneering a new kind of trip report. And it’s adorkable.

If you’re in the market for an iPod stereo, Karen and The Best Friends Guide has a very cute recommendation.

Steve shared a really neat trash can innovation (via Jason Grandt) from Tokyo on Magical Trash.

The Disney Hipsters take a tour of Norway. How charming!

In the end, it will be every man for himself … unless you have this adorable pocket Loki with you! Thanks to Suzannah from Zannaland for sharing.

Ryan offers a school bread alternative at Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. Head over to Main Street Gazette for a taste.

Emma from A Pinch of Pixie Dust takes a load off in a quiet spot at the Polynesian.

If you’ve ever pulled the Disney card (or, worse, had one pulled on you) in a fight, you’ll totally relate to this brutally honest and absolutely hysterical post by Jeff of LEG + JCB.

What are you reading this week?? Let us know in the comments!  

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