Even the local Mc Donald's hides in a Gothic facade, its only advertising a subtle gold M wrapped in lacy wrought-iron, as discreet as its neighbors' golden swords (a weapons shop) and golden griffin (a guest house dating from the 1300s).Miniaturized, you could put Rothenburg under a Christmas tree.That Rothenburg is so well preserved owes much to the centuries of depression that followed the devastating 30-year war between Catholics and Protestants in the 17th century.A walk in almost any direction in Rothenburg brings visitors to something interesting.A new dating site dedicated exclusively to Disney fans launched yesterday.It's called Mouse Mingle.com, and the website describes it as a "place to connect people who love Disney and who want the same magic in their relationship." The niche site offers matches based on your answers to a variety of Disney-related questions, including your favorite song, shopping habits, and fandom level.
Half-timbered houses lean across narrow lanes, 500-year-old balconies spill with geraniums, old cobblestones gleam in the afternoon sun, and there is no neon, no kitsch anywhere.However, he had trouble finding women who shared his enthusiasm for Disney."Anaheim is very near several colleges, so there’s a lot of kids who are 18-19 years old," he said. I didn’t find a lot of women in their late 20s early 30s that had an interest in Walt Disney and the history of the park." Tavres, 41, now works as technical program manager for a tech company in California.The ramp-up of the site has been much faster than he expected, he said.Angela Lansbury, Robin Williams and Walt Disney himself: just three of the dozens of famous faces who have voiced Disney characters.On the 50th anniversary of the animator's death, we revisit some of the people behind his much-loved cartoons.
"I'm not the guy who hits on women at the park,and there's no flag that says, 'hey I'm single,'" Tavres told La