Let’s Relive the Slithery Trek of Busch Garden’s Python Roller Coaster

 

Python Entrance in Congo Section of Busch Gardens Photo: Theme Park Review
Python Entrance in Congo Section of Busch Gardens
Photo: Theme Park Review

“Are you ready to challenge the Python and live?”

Part of the infamous, somewhat truthful tagline for Busch Garden’s forgotten roller coaster, Python, brewed from the mysterious death of a 39 year old who died shortly after experiencing this reptilian attraction.

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African-inspired Street Food Arrives at Harambe Market in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

The much-anticipated Harambe Market has finally opened at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This African-inspired street food marketplace makes it known that food plays the starring role. The Market offers four distinct walk-up windows with 200 + shaded seating.

The Harambe Market theme is built around a Colonial-era train depot design complete with a 1960s water tower. The goal of Disney was to re-create a bustling center of commerce where guests are welcomed from around the world. The little seaside town will allow Disney guests to immerse themselves into an eclectic culture with the ability to venture out to the reserve and observe Africa’s animals.

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HIPSTER Drink of the Week: Grandma’s Picnic Punch

Are you ready to travel back in time? A time where coming home to a stiff cocktail on the rocks was the norm and a way to decompress from the rat race of the world. Well this week’s HIPSTER Drink of the Week is Grandma’s Picnic Punch found in Hollywood Studios Tune-In Lounge.

Grandma's Picnic Punch at Hollywood Studios Tune-In Lounge
Grandma’s Picnic Punch at Hollywood Studios Tune-In Lounge

This is not your normal granny fruit punch. This punch actually kicks your theme park experience up a few notches.

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New Menu Items at Boatwright’s Dining Hall in Disney’s Port Orleans Resort

For the Disney foodies or the Hipsters who just loves great dining will be happy to hear about the savory changes coming to the Boatwright’s Dining Hall menu. This Port Orleans Resort restaurant is a fan favorite through the southern, creole inspired dishes served daily for guests.

Changes that have taken place on the menu will show the removal of the Gulf Delta Chilled Shellfish in addition of the Ol’ Man Island Oysters. Boatwright’s Dining Hall has added the new Colonel’s Peace Pieces which combines a blend of lightly fried oysters, crawfish, shrimp, and okra drizzled with the house-made remoulade.

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One Last Trip Around the World at Epcot Flower & Garden Festival

Epcot Flower & Garden Festival
Epcot Flower & Garden Festival

Summer is quickly approaching which means the end of our favorite springtime celebration, Epcot Flower & Garden Festival. This festival was great this year delighting guest’s taste buds at the eleven Outdoor Kitchens.

The foodie and drinking adventures were wonderful and now lets take one last journey around the world at Epcot Flower & Garden Festival.

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Copper River Salmon Back on Menus at Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Restaurants

If you’re a fan of true Alaskan salmon, then you’ll be happy to know that the Copper River Salmon has made its way back to the menus of the Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and Flying Fish Café at Disney’s Boardwalk area. The delicious and prized salmon is only available from mid-May to mid-June of 2015.

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