“The Ultimate Disney Fan Experience.” That’s how Disney describes their biennial 3-day expo. This year, I would definitely have to agree with that description. This was only my (Melvin) second expo, but it was heads and shoulders better than the 2013 experience. Unfortunately, Debbie was not able to attend, and even my trip was limited to just the first day. But I could have easily stayed all three days if circumstances allowed.
Outside the entrance, guests were greeted with the giant Buzz Lightyear helium balloon from the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Inside, you are treated to three days of everything Disney. There were pop-up stores with limited edition merchandise (Disney Dream Store and Mickey’s of Glendale), Disney Archives, previews of changes coming to the parks, panels with Disney Legends, Mouseketeers, Artists, Actors, Imagineers, opportunities to meet your favorite Disney star, and just Continue Reading →