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10 NEW Disney Dining Tips From the DFB Guide!

It’s a new year and we’ve got plenty of new tips to share with you -- new food crawls, the best new lounges to check out, must-have eats and how to snag the hottest dining reservations!


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Cargo to Camper Conversion with Back Porch & Dual AC - Horton Hauler

A fun time lapse of our Horton Hauler cargo conversion camper toy hauler we designed specifically for camping at Fort Wilderness Campground at Disney World and great fun at home.
Hot water at the tap and dual AC's with soft start relays all on a 30 Amp electric system. Inside and outside Roku TV's and Old Red Lantern's brand lanterns for outside lights. Please watch entire video or forward to the end for the end result of our build so far...
Ricky has Autism and Fort Wilderness is our home away from home.
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Disneyland bucket list item completed! | 05-13-17 Pt. 3 [DL]

Disneyland bucket list item completed! | 05-13-17 Pt. 3 [DL]

Our Saturday morning started off with a rope drop and disappointment. But it's about to get 1000% better. We got Casey Jr., and a bucket list item that many won't even know they wanted on their bucket list. Like Liz. Get ready everyone for a ride in the nose of the Monorail.

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Why Japanese Trains Surprise Tourists So Much

One of the most amazing things about Japan is its railway. See for yourself: 45 of the 50 busiest railway stations on this planet are in Japan. And it’s not surprising. Japan’s progress does not stop with technology, it also affects the comfort level of people’s lives and Japanese trains are a vivid example of convenience. Let's have a look at the most popular ones!

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TIMESTAMPS:

Sunrise Express. It consists of two trains! 0:40

What you'll get if you choose Single Deluxe 1:34

Feel like a local 3:07

A six-minute shower 4:10

The bullet train 4:57

Magic cleanup team 6:21

What if an earthquake happens 7:09

Who is a pusher? 7:27

The world's busiest train station 7:43

The longest train that runs upside down 8:07

Japanese train lovers 8:40


Preview photo credit:

Traveling in japanese style: By Sandy Ganlath/Instagram,

A 285 series Sunrise Express EMU at Tokyo Station, preparing to return to the depot in Shinagawa: By MNXANL - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0

Animation is created by Bright Side.

We'd like to thank Shuko Kawase for the provided photo of the Sunrise express



Music by Epidemic Sound

SUMMARY:
- Sunrise Express consists of two trains, Sunrise Izumo and Sunrise Seto. They’re combined on their way from Tokyo to Okayama, then split up and travel to two different places.
- Unlike most modern trains, Sunrise Express has not one or two, but six types of accommodations!
- Let's say you don't want to spend a fortune on your privacy, or you're going to travel with a companion. In this case, you can opt for class B which offers passengers different kinds of accommodations.
- Sunrise Express has everything you may need to have a comfortable trip. There are enough toilets to take an early morning bathroom trip without getting stuck in a restroom line.
- There's one important thing you should remember unless you're traveling in a first class Single Deluxe compartment. If you want to take a shower, you need to buy a special card.
- Shinkansen's operating speed can reach 200 miles per hour! But according to test runs in 2003, Shinkansen can increase its speed up to 361 miles per hour!
- The train has been running for almost 55 years and has already carried more than 10 billion passengers.
- All Japanese high-speed trains have an automatic emergency brake system that comes into action in case of an earthquake.
- The world's busiest train station is Shinjuku which has more than 3.6 million visitors.
- The longest train that runs upside down is also in Japan. To see this wonder, you need to travel an hour outside of Tokyo, where you'll find yourself in a beachy prefecture called Chiba.
- There is so much train fandom in the country that train lovers separate into numerous groups, from those whose hobby is to walk around train stations to those who can't live without train lunch boxes.

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An Evening with Disney Imagineer Bob Gurr and Justin Scarred





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DIY Destinations (4K) - Palau Budget Travel Show | Full Episode

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This episode of DIY Destinations will feature the best of Palau has to offer, including the Rock Islands, Jellyfish Lake, German Channel, Big Drop off and more. We'll also explore the mysteries of the Badrulchau Stone Face Monoliths on the most northern tip of Babelodab Island, and Ngardmau Waterfalls. In the south, we'll explore the southern parts of the country with famous remains from World War II left behind from the Battle of Peleliu between Imperial Japanese Army and United States. Co-hosted by Charles Huang, Trissa Lin and Tangy Hesus.

That Thing With Len, Mike, Mike & Annette EP 4

Episode 4 recorded Live 5/7/2020

CLE Production Talks Featuring Professor Joe Goldblatt 10-7-19

CLE Productions was proud to host the ILEA’s founding President, Joe Goldblatt. Joe is Emeritus Professor of Planned Events at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. He was the founding president of the International Special Events Society (ISES) and the developer of the original Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP) program. Prior to joining Queen Margaret University, he was Senior Lecturer and Executive Director for the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where his program was named the best event management education program in the world by the International Festivals and Events Association.

His presentation will be broken up into three main sections.

Part I: Introduction and History

The history, development and 21st-century relevance of live events
The five most important factors in the creation of a live event

Part II: What I have learned as a performer, producer, and professor

A career in live events including work with Donald Trump, President Reagan, Pope Benedict, and others
Why Live Events are more critical now than any other time in human history
The 20th and 21st-century technological development of events resulting in events without end
The most recent innovations and future opportunities in the live production of meetings events including lighting, sound, laser, video, and staging
The ethical and moral dilemmas facing modern event producers

Part III: The Future of Live Events

A 22nd-century forecast for the growth and development of live events

DIS Unplugged - Planning Your Vacation To WDW - 01/21/14

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How to Travel Ecuador SUPER CHEAP! Exploring Cuenca

In this video I explore the city of Cuenca, Ecuador and show you how much things cost.
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Video created by Gabriel Morris, who is the owner of all video or photo content. Filmed using an Olympus SP-810UZ and/or a GoProHero Plus LCD. See more below.

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Gabriel Morris is a world traveler and travel writer who has been adventuring around the world off and on since his first trip to Europe in the summer of 1990. He is author of Following My Thumb, a collection of 26 exciting and hilarious autobiographical travel stories from his worldly wanderings during the 1990s; and of several other books. Visit for lots more info about his travel writing, photography, videos, budget travel tips and much more.

Thanks a lot for watching, and safe journeys!


How to Travel Ecuador SUPER CHEAP! Exploring Cuenca

Riding from nose of Monorail (+Star Tours with Ian) | 2019-04-27 Pt. 4

While we wait for our Star Tours fastpass, Ian and I head for the Monorail for a ride in the nose with the pilot. It is quite possibly the coolest thing you can do at Disneyland. Everything looks better from the Monorail nose. Then we'll hit Star Tours where Ian winds up being that rebel spy!

Riding from nose of Monorail (+Star Tours with Ian) | 2019-04-27 Pt. 4

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[2020] Disneyland Monorail Round Tour in Nose Cone - Disneyland park CA | In the Rain | Back POV |

Disneyland Monorail Round Tour in the Nose Cone at Disneyland park California in the rain! Take a ride around the Disneyland Resort in the back of a monorail in the rail at Disneyland in California!

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Asahikawa station guide. How to change to the bus to Asahiyama zoo and the train to Biei, Furano

Asahikawa station is the transfer point to Furano, Biei, Abashiri and Wakkanai. And you can catch the bus to Asahiyama zoo and Sounkyo, Daisetsu mountains.

In this movie, you can find the following information:
✅ Asahikawa station structure, platform, ticket gate, elevator, escalators
✅ How to catch the bus to Asahiyama zoo, Sounkyo/Daisetsu mountains, Biei
✅ Coin lockers and luggage storage.

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A Day At Epcot

Take a break and spend a day at Epcot. Let us know if you want more videos like this!

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The week we captured amazing Disney magic! - 05/13/2017

The week we captured amazing Disney magic! - 05/13/2017

Friday night starts with corn dogs at the little red wagon and a trip to see Gaurdians Tower at night. Saturday morning begins with mega crowds and Casey Jr. Then we complete a bucket list item with a ride in the nose of the Monorail, and have an amazing Jungle Cruise skipper. But there's more! Gaston in a pose off, cheddar garlic twists, and our first ride of the summer season on Grizzly River Run.

Time Stamps:

01:43 Corn dogs at Little Red Wagon
04:31 Pirates of the Caribbean
10:52 Cookies in Buena Vista Street
12:39 Guardians Tower at night
18:26 Francis' Lady Bug Boogie
21:01 Hot Chocolate at Ghiradelli
36:54 Rope Drop
42:50 Casey Jr.
52:44 Shotgun on the Monorail
1:04:10 Rivers of America update
1:08:09 Jungle Cruise
1:17:50 Shopping at Pooh Corner
1:22:57 Splash Mountain
1:31:41 Amazing Gaston interaction
1:39:19 Cars 3 preview
1:51:31 Grizzly River Run

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The week it was Pajama day at Disneyland - 12-23-2017

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05:11 Haunted Mansion Nightmare
13:32 Mr. Toads Wild Ride
18:00 Alice in Wonderland
24:47 Jungle Cruise
31:09 Last Jedi talk on Disneyland Railroad
50:37 Indiana Jones Adventure
58:17 Lunch at Hungry Bear
1:12:00 Winnie the Pooh
1:24:25 Monorail from the nose with pilot
1:36:06 Shopping at Star Trader

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Walkthrough BUSCH GARDENS Christmas Town 2016 Santa Workshop tour Celebration Village playlist

original Video Walkthrough Busch Gardens Christmas Town 2016 Santa Workshop tour Celebration Village playlist video of walk-through tour of entrance of the park during Christmas holiday winter wonderland time. It's Christmas all over the park so check out this walkthrough with Christmas holiday sound track. First video in quick walkthru tour of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida theme park. Walk through includes Celebration Village the Hallelujah Showcase Theater where local choir and singing group preform Christmas and holiday songs. Local choirs and singing groups change each year, no footage of singers at this time for the walkthrough tour. Sultan's Sweets a candy and fudge shop with cakes, parties, hand dipped chocolates, waffle cone ice cream, and Starbucks coffee. Zagora Cafe first dining restaurant to open in the park each day see video of walkthru . Moroccan Delights old fashion scooped ice cream also with waffle cones, banana splits, floats, shakes, brownie sundaes, fruit smoothies, and much more. Santa's Christmas Workshop, might see an elf working in the work shop. Emporium a shop full of gifts.

Next section is Ice Wonderway which include Moroccan Palace, Myombe Reserve where the chimpanzees and gorillas live. Check out this zoo are and see a chimpanzee or gorilla at play. Chimps go ape or is it gorillas go chimp?

Nature's Kingdom is also part of Ice Wonderway were an array of color of flowers, plants, and a whole lot of orchids grow. There is a section between the chimpanzees and gorilla where over a dozen orchids at displayed.

History of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida part one:
Busch Gardens in Tampa was opened in 1959 as a hospitality house designed to bring guests in to taste the beer. There were four employees and four parrots, it soon grew, both in popularity and in the number of birds. The birds that inhabited Busch Gardens were free to roam in the large enclosure they lived in as well as interact with the guest as they still do. Another draw for guests (besides the free beer) was the “Stairway to the Stars”. This escalator took guests to the roof of the brewery, where the tour began.

In 1965 the park was expanded to include a vast, 70 acre, enclosure that animals could freely roam in. This enclosure was named the “Serengeti Plain” and became the largest free-roaming enclosed habitat outside of Africa. To allow the guests to see the animals a monorail was added, leading to Busch Gardens adopting the motto, “where people are caged and animals run free.” People enjoyed this new concept of a zoo and Busch Gardens became the number one tourist attraction in Florida by 1968, attracting three million visitors a year.

A new source of competition, Disney World, opened up in 1971 and caused a flurry of expansion by Busch Gardens in response. 1975 the Moroccan Village was added to the park. It featured craftsmen and various performers, there were still no rides at the park however (craftsmen no longer at park).

Get into the holiday spirit with this winter wonderland tour walkthrough of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida one of the hottest tourist attraction in the state. See beautiful Christmas and holiday decorations from Christmas trees, poinsettia plant in different holiday colors, flowers in a rainbow of hues, ice and snow looking displays. Check more of this playlist for more quick walkthrough of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida tours thrill ride attraction. Tour around while animals roam freely. See a sign for Kringles Christmas Tree Lot and sleighs everywhere. Even a zebra pulling a sleigh, candy canes, penguins, Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer is the children's theme this year in Sesame Street A Very Furry Christmas.
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem is the background sound track music video for this video.

Walk right up to the zoo animal attractions for an even closer look at your favorite animal, bird, reptile, and amphibian.
Busch Gardens Tampa Florida vlog walkthru includes locations during holiday season which includes Christmas Town and shows. Walk through 2016 location Christmas themed park times run for select dates through November 25, 2016 to December 31, 2016. 2017 Christmas Town at Busch Gardens will also run for select dates through November 24, 2017 to December 31, 2017. Check back to this playlist channel for the 2017 walk thru.

Park spelled Busch Gardens compared to Bush Gardens or Bushgardens or even Busch Garden after Busch Beer.

Travel to this exciting park with thrill rides and water rides and add a zoo to make it a perfect trip for the family. Book your family trip now and go on vacation in sunny Florida. Many travel agencies have this destination on their travel packages. Grab your Florida winter fall summer spring trips cheap and save from your local travel agency and enjoy Busch Gardens Tampa Florida. Bundle the trip and save even more.

EXTENDED Walkthrough BUSCH GARDENS Christmas Town Santa Workshop tour Celebration Village playlist


Video extended Walkthrough Busch Gardens Christmas Town 2016 Santa Workshop tour Celebration Village playlist video of extended walk-through tour of entrance of the park during Christmas holiday winter wonderland time includes cheetah drinking from water bottle, chimpanzees, gorillas, aligators, and the entrance of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida amusement park. It's Christmas all over the park so check out this walkthrough with Christmas holiday sound track. First video in quick walkthru tour of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida theme park. Walk through includes Celebration Village the Hallelujah Showcase Theater where local choir and singing group preform Christmas and holiday songs. Local choirs and singing groups change each year, no footage of singers at this time for the walkthrough tour. Sultan's Sweets a candy and fudge shop with cakes, parties, hand dipped chocolates, waffle cone ice cream, and Starbucks coffee. Zagora Cafe first dining restaurant to open in the park each day see video of walkthru . Moroccan Delights old fashion scooped ice cream also with waffle cones, banana splits, floats, shakes, brownie sundaes, fruit smoothies, and much more. Santa's Christmas Workshop, might see an elf working in the work shop. Emporium a shop full of gifts.

Next section is Ice Wonderway which include Moroccan Palace, Myombe Reserve where the chimpanzees and gorillas live. Check out this zoo are and see a chimpanzee or gorilla at play. Chimps go ape or is it gorillas go chimp?

Nature's Kingdom is also part of Ice Wonderway were an array of color of flowers, plants, and a whole lot of orchids grow. There is a section between the chimpanzees and gorilla where over a dozen orchids at displayed.

History of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida part one:
Busch Gardens in Tampa was opened in 1959 as a hospitality house designed to bring guests in to taste the beer. There were four employees and four parrots, it soon grew, both in popularity and in the number of birds. The birds that inhabited Busch Gardens were free to roam in the large enclosure they lived in as well as interact with the guest as they still do. Another draw for guests (besides the free beer) was the “Stairway to the Stars”. This escalator took guests to the roof of the brewery, where the tour began.

In 1965 the park was expanded to include a vast, 70 acre, enclosure that animals could freely roam in. This enclosure was named the “Serengeti Plain” and became the largest free-roaming enclosed habitat outside of Africa. To allow the guests to see the animals a monorail was added, leading to Busch Gardens adopting the motto, “where people are caged and animals run free.” People enjoyed this new concept of a zoo and Busch Gardens became the number one tourist attraction in Florida by 1968, attracting three million visitors a year.

A new source of competition, Disney World, opened up in 1971 and caused a flurry of expansion by Busch Gardens in response. 1975 the Moroccan Village was added to the park. It featured craftsmen and various performers, there were still no rides at the park.

Get into the holiday spirit with this winter wonderland tour walkthrough of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida one of hottest tourist attraction in the state. See beautiful Christmas & holiday decorations from Christmas trees, poinsettia plant in different holiday colors, flowers in a rainbow of hues ice & snow looking displays. Check more of this playlist for more quick walkthrough of Busch Gardens Tampa Florida tours thrill ride attraction. Tour around while animals roam freely. See a sign for Kringles Christmas Tree Lot & sleighs everywhere. Even a zebra pulling a sleigh, candy canes, penguins, Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer is children's theme this year in Sesame Street A Very Furry Christmas.
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem is the background sound track music video for this video.

Walk right up to zoo animal attractions for an even closer look at your favorite animal, bird, reptile, and amphibian.
Busch Gardens Tampa Florida vlog walkthru includes locations during holiday season which includes Christmas Town & shows. Walk through 2016 location Christmas themed park times run for select dates through November 25, 2016 to December 31, 2016. 2017 Christmas Town at Busch Gardens will also run for select dates through November 24, 2017 to December 31, 2017. Check back to this playlist channel for the 2017 walk thru.

Park spelled Busch Gardens compared to Bush Gardens or Bushgardens or even Busch Garden after Busch Beer.

Travel to this exciting park w/ thrill rides & water rides & add a zoo to make it a perfect trip for family. Book your family trip now & go on vacation in sunny Florida. Many travel agencies have this destination on their travel packages. Grab your Florida winter fall summer spring trips cheap and save from your local travel agency and enjoy Busch Gardens Tampa Florida. Bundle the trip and save even more. July Christmas. Christmas in July.

WP-1 No. 7200 - Steam Loco Shahenshah

Shahenshah, the WP-1 # 7200 bullet-nose steam engine arrives at Delhi Safdarjang Station for the parade of steam engines in Delhi, India, on 02-Feb-2007.

==== About the WP-7200 ====

The bullet nosed WP locomotives were the mainstay of the broad gauge passenger train operations on Indian Railways for a very long time until the last steam engine retired in 1995.

The exhibit identified by the number WP-7200, is one of the 16 prototypes that were received from USA before their production was started at Chittaranjan Locomotive Works. This engine was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, USA in 1947 and was owned by the GIP Railway which later became Central Railway.

It weighs 102.4 tonnes, has a gauge of 5' 6 and has a wheel arrangement of 4-6-2. It was retired from service in May 1987.
The locomotive is maintained in running condition by the Rewari Steam Loco shed.

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