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What You May Have Missed on YouTube This Week

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Did you know that TouringPlans has an incredibly popular YouTube page? Okay, a YouTube page anyway. Well we do, and I am here to give you a few examples of videos that you can find. They’re like Epcot: entertaining, educational, and a little old and run down…wait, that last one’s just me.

We’re starting with me wandering around talking mostly to myself, this time at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village:

Next, Angela tells you all about the baby care centers around Disney World. Many guests are unaware of their existence and just what they offer. Luckily, Angela is fully aware.

And lastly we step in the wayback machine – well, the slightly a little further back machine anyway – to January of this year when I reviewed Disney’s Early Morning Magic. This is a hard-ticket event that allows access to a few Fantasyland attractions. I’m a pretty large idiot for the first half of this one, so come mock me.

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Brian McNichols

In addition to blogging, I also do some analyzin' here at Touring Plans. I am a travel nut, planning nut, Disney nut, wall nut. Husband of 1, father of 2. Hilariously funny in my own mind. Find me on Twitter @YesThatBrian if you like really dumb jokes.

3 thoughts on “What You May Have Missed on YouTube This Week

  • Please spend a little money and improve the production value of these videos. There are youtubers with far less money that produce useful videos that are fun to watch. You guys need new hosts and a better camera. I expect much more from a company that makes money from being Disney experts.

    • Thanks for the feedback Bob. What specifically do you think we need to improve the production value on? We don’t have camera crews or lighting rigs or anything like that and none of those are coming soon, but I’m sure there are small steps we can take.

      • Would rather you continue providing useful, informative information than waste effort in trying to create something “fun”. Keep up the good work, Brian!

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