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Jungle Cruise at Walt Disney World (in HD)

Check out my Walt Disney World videos: or subscribe to me: Download this HD video (for free) to your iPad or Apple TV at: Jungle Cruise takes Guests on a grand tour of the world’s most exotic rivers in Asia, Africa and South America, in Adventureland at Magic Kingdom theme park. Set sail on a 1930s tramp-steamer tour in the untamed waters of the Mekong, the Amazon and the rivers of Africa. Will your vessel be Sankuru Sadie or Senegal Sal, and will she survive the 9-minute Jungle Cruise intact? Mother Nature is at her wildest as you pass Audio-Animatronics animals including the Bengal tiger, king cobras, elephants, lions and hyenas in their native habitats. Whether they’re feasting on their prey, scaring trespassing humans or splashing water, the animals will keep you on your toes. As your skipper leads you ever deeper into the jungles past hare-brained explorers and ancient ruins, be prepared for some surprises along the way. Are there really hippopotamus and headhunters lying in wait? Your skipper’s sure to regale you with humorous tales of danger. Even while in line for your expedition, you’ll see detailed Colonial artifacts and silly communications that make this tongue-in-cheek cruise a jungle-grade scream. I recorded this family video on October 19, 2010 at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida

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It’s a Small World – cruise ride at Disneyland Paris – HD with William Chiu

it’s a small world – Partez en famille pour un joyeux tour du monde en musique. Laissez-vous émerveiller par les poupées de tous les pays qui chantent et dansent sur la célèbre musique de “it’s a small world”. De quoi vous mettre un air de fête dans la tête pour toute la journée. Ajouter à mes favoris. ——————————————————————————————————————————it’s a small world – Take a family for a happy trip around the world in music. Marvel at the dolls of all countries who sing and dance on the famous music “it’s a small world.” What you put an air of celebration in my head all day. Add to favorites

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Walt Disney Parks and Resorts: Walt Disney Imagineering, Euro Disney Sca, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, Walt Disney World Company

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Walt Disney Parks and Resorts: Walt Disney Imagineering, Euro Disney Sca, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, Walt Disney World Company

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Barcelona is Cruise Capital – And it’s Getting Bigger

The Catalan Capital of Barcelona has been a firm favourite for years with the tourists. Even battling through the current economic downturn, the city has survived drastic dips in visitors with its award-winning architecture, art, culture, warmth and food proving just too good to miss. One particular sector within the tourism ranks has also seen an improvement – the cruise passengers. Barcelona is an extremely popular destination for the cruise ships. Many tours begin or end in the city, and those which don’t always include a stop along the way.


However, it’s not just the tourists who love the city enough to keep coming back, but the tour operators, too. As recently as April 2010, Disney announced it would be choosing Europe’s largest port as the only destination to launch it’s weekly cruises on the Disney Themed “Disney Magic” cruise ship. After testing the port in 2007, Barcelona was chosen over the competition and currently sits as the fourth most popular port in the world, only surpassed by those in the Caribbean. Over two million passengers passed through the port via cruises in 2009 alone, and numbers look set to increase in 2010 and 2011 with confirmation that the biggest cruise liners will be making regular stops in Barcelona’s “Port Vell” – Liberty of the Seas, Epic, Ruby Princess and Solstice to name but a few.


And despite pumping in just short of sixty-six million Euros in improving the port and its installations over the last ten years, they’re not stopping there. 2010 sees the installation of a new walkway to ease the disembarking of passengers in terminal C (the one to be used by Disney Magic), and plans are already in the advanced stages for a 4th terminal D to be installed – copying the success of sites such as Florida’s Port Everglades to really cement the name of Barcelona as a continuing big player in the cruise game.


The ease of navigation of the city from the port means that even day-trippers can manage a fair bit of tourism – exploring the Gothic Quarter and the winding streets of the Old Town is a breeze and walking distance from the cruise terminals. The city’s fantastic tourist bus routes can give you a whirlwind tour of Gaudi, Miro, Picasso, and many other sights and famous names, and still leave time for an evening Paella or tapas in the fisherman’s quarters of Barceloneta before heading back to the ship for the next city.

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The outlook for summer and fall 2009 resorts, cruise and rail travel

Overall: Great travels deals are available

Given that there was a significant reduction in travel over the last twelve months; leisure travel operators are slashing prices to attract customers.  Bundled travel deals are still the best because they offer additional discounted airfare and/or hotel stays. Expect an increasing number of hotels, rental car companies and tour operators to offer discounts on their base rates.  A few week ago, I asked several vendors at a travel fair about their current rates, most indicated that they had rolled back prices to 2006/2007 rates.  This should be welcomed news for budget travelers who can find a cornucopia of deals at this time.

 Also; consumers can find good travel deals for air travel. While rates have not declined to the Fall 2001 bonanza levels, if you book well in advance or on special days (savvy travel agents know about special days), you can get a really good price. In fact, London, Paris and Dublin have become more affordable, with British Airways and Air France offering great deals. Toronto and Montreal Canadian are excellent options for week-end getaways close to home.

All Inclusive Resorts: Mexico on Sale

Mexico is on sale for the remainder of this year.  In order to compete with the significant reduced prices of the resorts in Cancun, Cozumel and Iztapa, Sandals and SuperClubs are offering 30-65% off specials.  Not to be outdone, GoGo Worldwide Vacations is offering special pricing on their Worldwide Collection which includes China, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan & South Korea to its existing destinations: Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Cook Island, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Oman, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore and Bali. Collette Vacations is offering free air travel to Europe, China or the Canadian Rockies. Apple Vacations is offering saving up to 70% on fall deals. It is important to note that consumer interested in GoGo Worldwide Vacations and Apple Vacations should contact a travel agent.

Cruises: Always a great deal

Cruising is, and will remain the best travel deal for the remainder of the year. Whether you are a budget, premium or luxury traveler, there is a cruise for you at an affordable price. Pick the destination you have always dreamed about: Alaska, the Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico, or South America – is within your grasp. As always, flexibility about your desired itinerary, and dates, will help you save. Cruises are available at a rate of $65 per person per day or less. So get out there! You deserve a cruise. It’s good for you, it’s affordable and you’ve earned it.

Rail: Focus on Canada and Europe

Rail Vacations offers unique travel experiences, with breathtaking views, great interaction with locals and a rich learning environment.  Here are the highlights of three rail vacations:

Rail Europe

Rail Europe consists of ten high speed trains. They are Eurostar, Thalys, TGV, Eurostar Italia, Lyria, AVE, Inter-City Express (ICE), Cisalpino, Artesia, and Talgo.

Eurostar- Travels through the Chunnel and connects you to major cities in under two and a half hours.  For example, you can travel from:

London to Brussels in 1 hour 51 minutes London to Lille in 1 hour 20 minutes London to Disneyland Paris in 2 hours 15 minutes

Thalys – The Thalys train provides direct links to 17 cities including Paris, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany in over 50 round-trips a day. It can even take you from Paris to Brussels in less than ninety minutes.

The TGV – The TGV is your choice when traveling to France, Switzerland, Germany and Belgium.

Lyria – Gives you a spectacular view from the rolling French countryside to the majestic Swiss Alps.

Artesia – This high-speed train takes you from the best of France to the best of Italy by day or night, via connecting city pairs of Paris and Rome, Dijon and Milan, Chambrey and Florence and 13 others.

Talgo – Talgo passes through brilliant coastal landscapes moving you from one port city to another in stress-free comfort, such as Montpellier, Narbonne and Perpignan in France, and Barcelona, Alicante, Cartegena, and Valencia in Spain.

Canada Rail Vacations   

Canadian Rockies vacation gives you the most beautiful destinations in Western Canada. These Canadian railway holidays getaways can be from three nights and four days to eleven nights and twelve days.  Your choice for the short railway holidays includes, Vancouver to Banff, Vancouver to Jasper, Vancouver to Calgary, and Whistler to Jasper. On the longer trips you can combine the Inside Passage with the majestic Canadian Rockies and the Rocky Mountaineer, via Ferry, Motor coach, Rail and Helicopter.

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Jungle Cruise Full Ride Walt Disney World Sept 13 2008

The Jungle Cruise is an attraction at the following Disney theme parks: Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, Tokyo Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland (under the name Jungle River Cruise). It is located in Adventureland. Disneyland Paris is the only Magic Kingdom-style Disney theme park that does not have the Jungle Cruise in its attraction roster, though an indoor jeep ride called Jungle Expedition was originally planned instead.

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