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  • WDW/Disneyland websites?

    Can anyone throw me the names of some other fan based sites for Disney? Mainly for trivia/info and possibly other TR sites. I already know AllEars.net, DISBoards, and BeyondMainStreet. I'm mainly looking for one that has "Beyond the" in the title. Thanks for any help you can come up with.

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    Re: WDW/Disneyland websites?

    "Beyond the" rings a bell--I'm thinking "Beyond the Magic"--but could not find that (so far!) on google.

    One very different, new site is yourfirstvisit.net It's worth a look! Dave

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      Re: WDW/Disneyland websites?

      Is it perhaps one on this page:

      TheDisneyPortal.com - Top Disney Sites (All)

      Heck, even my site is on that page, so someone is doing a good job with that page.

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        Re: WDW/Disneyland websites?

        I do actually think it was Explorethemagic.com. Thanks for the links my friends.

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