Walt Disney World Crowds, Hours, and Discounts — Week of November 9, 2019

first_imgDiscountFlorida Resident Fall and Holiday Room offer Discount TypeRoom-Only DiscountUltimate Christmas Package Discount TypeRoom-Only DetailsSave up to 30% on select room ratesLength of stay requirements may apply.Proof of Florida residency required at check-inFull details from Small World Vacations. Book ByJanuary 1, 2020 Travel DatesDecember 21-26, 2019 Travel DatesMost nights January 1, 2020 through April 25, 2020 DiscountKid-Sized Package Offer Discount2019 Military Offer Book ByFebruary 14, 2020 DetailsSave up to 20%. Length of stay requirements may apply.Available at select resortsFull details from Small World Vacations. Share This!Sponsored by Small World Vacations.Here’s what to expect for your week at Walt Disney World.WeatherFor the most current weather conditions, click here.Crowd LevelsPark Hours Book ByJanuary 1, 2020 Travel DatesMost nights September 1 to December 24, 2019 Discount TypeRoom-Only Travel DatesMost nights January 1 through April 25, 2020 DetailsValid military ID required at check-inFor stays of 1 to 14 nightsNot available for all resorts or room typesOther restrictions applyFull details from Small World Vacations. Discount TypeRoom-Only DetailsProof of Florida residency required at check-inFor stays of 1 to 14 nightsNot available for all resorts or room typesFull details from Small World Vacations. DiscountHoliday Room Offer DetailsAnnual pass required at check-inSave up to 35% on room reservationsFor stays of 1 to 14 nightsNot available for all resorts or room typesFull details from Small World Vacations. DiscountDisney Visa Riviera Offer DetailsSave up to 40% at Disney’s Riviera Resort.Length of stay requirements may apply.Disney Visa required at booking and Disney Visa cardholder must stay in room.Full details from Small World Vacations. Book ByDecember 19, 2019 Discount TypeRoom-Only DetailsValid military ID required at check-inSave up to 35% on room reservationsFor stays of 1 to 14 nightsNot available for all resorts or room typesFull details from Small World Vacations. Travel DatesMost nights January 1 through March 7, 2020 Book ByDecember 24, 2019 (holiday) Discount TypeRoom-Only Discount2020 Military Offer Discount TypePackage Attractions Closed For RefurbishmentsMagic KingdomWalt Disney World Railroad – FantasylandWalt Disney World Railroad – FrontierlandWalt Disney World Railroad – Main Street, U.S.A.EpcotO Canada! (reopens in 2020 as Canada Far and Wide)Impressions de FranceBlizzard Beach–Whole Park (9/8/19-1/5/20)DiscountsDiscount information is courtesy of Small World Vacations Travel DatesMost nights:January 1 to April 13, 2019April 26 to December 19, 2019 DiscountGift of Magic Room Offer Fall Annual Passholder Discount Travel DatesMost nights:January 1 to April 4, 2020April 19 to December 18, 2020 Discount TypeRoom-Only DetailsGet a free dining plan for kids (ages 3-9) when you buy a non-discounted 3-night/3-day package for you and kid(s) at a select Disney Value Resort hotel, theme park tickets, and a dining plan.Length of stay requirements may apply.Includes Frozen Welcome Pack with stroller rental voucher; one 5×7 photo print voucher; and one merchandise bag with plush, book, and two treatsFull details from Small World Vacations. Discount TypeRoom-Only Book ByNovember 23, 2019 Book ByDecember 24, 2019 Book ByApril 25, 2020 Discount TypePackage Details5-night stay at a select Disney Resort hotel and a 4-day theme park ticket with Park Hopper option, along with the following “Yuletide offerings”Saturday, December 21, 2019: EXCLUSIVE nighttime access to ride Avatar Flight of Passage, Na’vi River Journey, and Expedition Everest at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park. Plus, catch an EXCLUSIVE showing of the park’s new Rivers of Light: We Are One show.Sunday, December 22, 2019: Tickets to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom park.Monday, December 23, 2019 or Tuesday, December 24, 2019 (one night per reservation): Access to an EXCLUSIVE reserved viewing area to watch Epcot Forever, an all-new nighttime spectacular. Plus, each Guest (ages 3 and up) will receive a digital $50 Epcot Theme Park Dine Promo Card to use at participating Epcot locations.Wednesday, December 25, 2019: An Ultimate Disney Christmas gift delivered to your hotel room. Travel DatesMost nights September 1 through December 24, 2019 Travel DatesMost nights December 16, 2019 through March 31, 2020 DiscountFlorida Resident Offer DetailsSave up to 25%Length of stay requirements may apply.Receive a $30 gift card per person (ages 3 and up) if you book a package with 6 day or longer park tickets.Some resorts excluded.Full details from Small World Vacations. Book ByDecember 19, 2020 Book ByDecember 24, 2019 Travel DatesSeptember 29-November 14, 2019 (Sunday through Thursday nights) and November 10-December 24, 2019 (most nights) Contact Small World Vacations to book any of these discounts today.last_img read more

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What’s New in Apache Subversion 1.7?

first_imgWhy You Love Online Quizzes Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid joe brockmeier 1 Tags:#hack#news How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees?center_img The Apache folks have released Subversion 1.7, an update of one of the most popular open source version control systems. This release includes a number of performance improvements, new client and server features, and distribution and license changes.One of the major changes in this release is a move to a new metadata format that does not require multiple .svn directories in working copies. Instead, working copies will have a single metadata directory. New Tools, Performance ImprovementsThe release also improves the HTTP protocol usage, which will require fewer round-trips to make a connection. This will improve performance, especially for high-latency network connections. The 1.7 release brings a new tool for creating remote dumps of Subversion repositories called (appropriately) svnrdump. Subversion also gets a bunch of features that improve its ability to show “diffs”, including a new option inspired by git. Known Issues, License ChangesSubversion was originally primarily sponsored by CollabNet, but is now under the Apache umbrella. Subversion graduated as an official Apache Project in February of 2010 after joining the Apache Incubator process in November of 2009. This release, being the first “official feature release” for Apache Subversion, carries a standard Apache License, version 2 instead of the modified Apache license Subversion used previously. Users looking at upgrading to 1.7 should take a look at the known issues. Specifically, Mac users that have upgraded to 10.7 will run into problems with the SQLite shipped with OS X. The Subversion project plans to fix this with 1.7.1. For users that are still on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2 (64-bit), there’s a known issue with the standard compiler shipped on that release. If compiling Subversion from source, use GCC 4.0.x or later or build the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) with the –disable-nonportable-atomics option.Subversion also loses the “contrib” repository with this release, but the tools and scripts previously shipped there are still available online. For the rest of the changes in 1.7 see the full release notes. Related Posts 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac…last_img read more

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Ancelotti: ‘Salzburg-Napoli fundamental’

first_imgCarlo Ancelotti warns Napoli that their two meetings with RB Salzburg are “fundamental” for Champions League qualification. “I want to see intensity and courage.” It kicks off on Wednesday at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT) in Austria. “Salzburg started the season well and although they changed a lot of players, they maintained the same approach to football with intensity and pace,” said Ancelotti in his press conference. RB Salzburg beat Genk 6-2 in their opening fixture and only narrowly lost 4-3 away to Liverpool, so are genuine contenders for qualification from this group. “There is a lot at stake in these two games, as Salzburg have shown they are capable of qualifying for the Round of 16, so yes these will be very important matches. “I want to see a courageous Napoli team that gives its all. This will have a lot of intensity, so we need courage, ideas, the desire to take the game by the scruff of the neck and collective work to overcome a team that has been doing very well this season. “Salzburg have players with different qualities and characteristics in attack, who combine well. They can do damage both with close passing and on the counter-attack, so they are versatile. “They did very well against Liverpool, as it’s not easy to score three goals at Anfield, so we must certainly be wary.” Napoli have not won a Champions League away fixture for three years, while Salzburg are unbeaten at home in Europe since 2016. “It’s not just my fault, Maurizio Sarri was here too,” smiled Ancelotti. “We have the experience of playing here last season in the Europa League. It’s true we lost 3-1, but after 20 minutes we already had qualification in our pockets with the away goal, so we relaxed a bit too much. “These are passionate and intimidating atmospheres, but we have to resist that and focus on playing with courage. Napoli can only win if we show our quality. A win away from home would be fundamental in the group, obviously.” Ancelotti was asked about Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano, who returned from Mexico with an ankle injury and did not feature in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Hellas Verona. “Lozano had a knock on international duty, but he is fine and will certainly give his contribution tomorrow. Arek Milik has always had space when he’s been in good shape. I know if he’ll play from the start, and he could do, but I won’t tell you… “Dries Mertens is the freshest, as he was rested at the weekend, so the one with the freshest legs has a better possibility of starting. I don’t decide the line-up, it is the work in training that tells me what to do. “We are all here to do the best of our abilities and I think our best is enough to get three points here. Considering 14 players for this game is important, as I know you are only interested in the starting XI, but those who come off the bench can be decisive. “You reporters tend to get the XI right, but the important thing is that I get the right XI!” Will Fernando Llorente be in the starting line-up? “It depends on what kind of game you expect. If I thought we’d play for 90 minutes in the opposition half, then Llorente would have advantages. I think we need to choose strikers who are… good,” he smiled. Ancelotti was also asked if he still felt happy in his work, perhaps in light of recent comments from President Aurelio De Laurentiis. “Football was my passion when I was 10 years old and it is still my passion, even if the environment around it doesn’t always make me happy, but I love watching games, working on the formations and studying teams. That I will always love.” Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/last_img read more

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Murder trial hears that woman with Alzheimers was not at end of

first_imgMONTREAL — A physician says a slain Montreal woman who was receiving treatment for late-stage Alzheimer’s was not deemed to be at the end of her life.Dr. Micheline Pelletier is testifying today at the second-degree murder trial of Michel Cadotte.The 57-year-old is accused in the killing of his ailing wife, Jocelyne Lizotte, in February 2017.Pelletier works at the long-term care centre where Lizotte resided between January 2014 and her death.The doctor says Lizotte’s Alzheimer’s was advanced and she couldn’t take care of herself or communicate.  But she was medicated to treat extreme agitation and was able to eat, walk with assistance and enjoy baths.Pelletier noted it is complications from Alzheimer’s that bring about death, not the neurodegenerative disease itself. She says Lizotte, 60, was receiving care to keep her comfortable, but she wasn’t at a point where palliative care — a treatment when death is imminent — was necessary.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Ohio State womens soccer splits weekend matchups

Then-freshman forward Lindsay Agnew (18) dribbles the ball during a game against Eastern Michigan on Aug. 25, 2013, at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU won, 2-1, in overtime.Credit: Lantern file photoTiming was everything for the Ohio State women’s soccer team this weekend. After late-game heroics guided the Buckeyes past Indiana on Friday night, two goals in the final 10 minutes denied them a point against Purdue on Sunday.OSU (4-4-0, 1-1-0) finished its first weekend of conference play with a 2-1 overtime win against Indiana (4-4-0, 0-2-0) and a 3-1 loss to Purdue (5-2-1, 1-1-0).The Buckeyes entered Sunday on a three-game winning streak but couldn’t capitalize on their momentum against the Boilermakers.Tied 1-1 at halftime, neither team could find the back of the net for the early part of the second half. Purdue sophomore forward Maddy Williams eventually broke the stalemate in the 81st minute with her second goal of the afternoon. Williams led a Boilermakers offense that outshot OSU 15 to 13 and six to four in shots on target.Both teams worked to use the width of the field in the first half. The strategy worked first for Purdue in the 33rd minute when Williams received a pass from the right flank and put it behind OSU redshirt-freshman goalkeeper Megan Geldernick.The Boilermakers nearly stretched their lead on a corner kick moments later, but sophomore defender Nicole Miyashiro made a save on the goal line to keep the Buckeyes within one.OSU leveled the score in the 41st minute when sophomore forward Lindsay Agnew’s shot from beyond the penalty box surprised Purdue freshman goalkeeper Erika Yohn and snuck inside the near post.Agnew’s tally was her first of the season and proved to be the Buckeyes lone goal of the afternoon.Defensively, OSU benefited from the return of junior defender Marisa Wolf who rejoined the Buckeyes back line against Indiana after missing the previous three games with a concussion. Wolf logged 158 minutes in her first weekend back.OSU made a splash in its Big Ten opener, beating the Hoosiers 2-1 in overtime. The Buckeyes trailed 1-0 until the final minute of play when OSU senior forward Kayla Varner converted a penalty kick with three seconds left in regulation.Junior midfielder Michela Paradiso notched the golden-goal in the 97th minute. Varner, fresh off her first goal of the season, provided the game-winning assist to cap her first multi-point game of the year.With the win against the Hoosiers, OSU coach Lori Walker recorded her 200th victory with the Buckeyes.The game marked the Buckeyes’ second overtime contest as it fell 1-0 to Toledo on Sept. 2nd.Walker said she was pleased with parts of her team’s play on Friday but said OSU needed to find more balance between possessing the ball and stretching the opposing defense.For the majority of the evening Indiana played a patient game, looking to capitalize on the Buckeyes’ mistakes, Walker said. The Hoosier’s lone tally came in the 38th minute off a corner kick.Geldernick made four saves against Indiana and added three more against Purdue.OSU is scheduled to close its three-game road swing against No. 8 Penn State (6-1-0, 2-0-0) on Friday. read more

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Courtois remains a target for Real Madrid

first_imgChelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois remains a target for Real Madrid this summer, reports the Daily MirrorThe Belgian spent three years on loan at Atletico Madrid and won La Liga with the club in 2014 after being voted as the best goalkeeper in the league.Courtois has recently revealed that he would like to return to the Spanish capital at some point in the future in order to be back with his family, but has insisted that he is happy to play out the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge.Tammy Abraham, ChelseaChelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.However, Chelsea is still hoping they can convince the 26-year-old to commit his future at the club by signing an extension.But Real are reluctant to wait another 12 months for Courtois and would rather pay Chelsea a transfer fee this summer in order to secure his services.Los Blancos are hopeful that the Premier League side will be willing to cash in on Courtois after their failure to qualify for the Champions League.last_img read more

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Alaskans Expected To See A Drop In Insurance Rates

first_imgPremera Blue Cross Blue Shield on Wednesday announced the submission of a 2019 individual market filing to the Alaska Division of Insurance which, if approved, would decrease rates by an average of 3.9 percent. Reinsurance creates an insurance pool for insurers to provide reimbursement for the highest-cost patients to stabilize the market and prevent premiums from escalating. Governor Bill Walker’s implemented the Alaska Reinsurance Program last year. Since then average monthly premiums are set to decrease from $1,043 in 2017 to $770 in 2019. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaskans could see a deduction to their insurance rates with Blue Cross Blue Shield in the 2019 individual market filing period. Governor Walker: “Tens of thousands of Alaskans will save money because of this innovative policy. This is especially remarkable because, at the same time our costs were dropping dramatically, other states have endured double-digit increases.”Premera’s rate filing will not be finalized by the Division of Insurance until August 22.last_img read more

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Emily Howell Earns Leadership Award at Louies StudentAthlete Awards Show

first_imgFreshman of the YearMen: Bartosz Piszczorowicz (swimming and diving)Female: Violette Legrand (rowing) Humble & Hungry AwardCelene Funke (softball) Junior of the YearMale: Christopher Morin-Kougoucheff (men’s tennis)Female: Dorcas Wasike (cross country) Ed Kallay Senior of the YearMale: Tate Schmitt (men’s soccer)Female: Ayeisha McFerran (field hockey) Outstanding Senior Pep Band Award Kayla Goodman Moment of the Year Mallory Comerford winning her third national championship LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville athletics department relished in the successes of all of its teams and student-athletes on Monday night at The Louies Student-Athletes Awards Show.Former women’s lacrosse All-ACC performer Emily Howell earned the UPS Female Leadership Award.Howell graduated last spring with a degree in biology. She had a 4.0 grade point average in her final semester and a career 3.788 GPA. She was named Athletic Director Honor Roll, Red and Black Scholar and Dean’s Scholar in 2018.A team captain, Howell was named Second Team All-ACC, IWLCA All-Region Second Team and an IWLCA Senior All-Star following her senior season. She led the ACC in ground balls per game, scooping up 2.88 each contest. She led the Cardinals with 46 total ground balls and her 128 career ground balls rank third in program history. Her 1.06 caused turnovers per game and her 2.44 draw controls per game ranked second on the team.The full list of awards is below:adidas High Performance Athlete of the YearMale: Nicolas Albiero (swimming and diving)Female: Mallory Comerford (swimming and diving) and Asia Durr (women’s basketball) L1C4 Award Arica Carter (women’s basketball) Comeback Player of the YearEmina Ekic (women’s soccer) UPS Leadership AwardMale: Christen Cunningham (men’s basketball)Female: Emily Howell (women’s lacrosse) Highest Senior GPAAbigail Wright (track and field) Highest Team GPAWomen’s Swimming and DivingPrint Friendly Version Sophomore of the YearMale: Logan Wyatt (baseball)Female: Mercedes Pastor (field hockey) Kentucky Farm Bureau CardsCARE TeamField Hockey Best Championship Performance Women’s Swimming and Diving Outstanding Senior Ladybird Award Sydney Thompson Outstanding Senior Cheer Award Emily Mattey Kentucky Farm Bureau CardsCARE IndividualNoah McBride (track and field)Emily Corso (rowing) Story Links Record-Breaking PerformanceSimon Zach (men’s golf) Breakthrough AthleteCelene Funke (softball)Jordan Nwora (men’s basketball)last_img read more

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