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Disney World Deliciousness: 'Ohana

One of the most popular Walt Disney World Character Dining restaurants is ‘Ohana, which is located on the second floor of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Serving breakfast and dinner, you will enjoy delicious food and great character Meet and Greets in a beautiful Polynesian setting overlooking the Seven Seas ...

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Disney with Special Needs: Traveling with a Senior

If you're thinking about scooping up your grandparents and scooting off to the World but are concerned that their silvery-ness might make it too hard for them to enjoy the vacation, come along with me.

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Terrific Tuesdays: Rock n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith

Our grandson then announced that Rock n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith was the BEST RIDE EVER!

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Disney Resort Spotlight: Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort is a deluxe resort at Walt Disney World with a southern Victorian-style theme. The resort is located across the Seven Seas Lagoon from the Magic Kingdom, and is one of the three deluxe resorts on the Magic Kingdom monorail route.

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Disney with Special Needs: Planning Your Jaunt to the Food and Wine Festival

Today I'll give you you some tips on how you can plan your time at Epcot's Food and Wine Festival while working around whatever special needs you have, whether it is a food allergy or special diet, Autism, a senior, or other needs.

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Thrifty Thursday: 3 Quick Tips to Make the Most of Your Disney Dining Budget

Thrifty Thursday: 3 Quick Tips to Make the Most of Your Disney Dining Budget

As a Disney travel agent, I often get questions from my clients about how to save money on food at Disney World. And it’s understandable, because it’s not unusual for food to end up being one of the major expenses on a Disney vacation.

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Wordless Wednesday: Still the Living Seas.....

Although no disrespect is meant to Nemo, Dory, Crush and friends, our Seas live in a way that is truly amazing, and so for me, there could be no better name for this fascinating pavilion than the Living Seas.

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Terrific Tuesdays: Fall at Walt Disney World

Terrific Tuesdays: Fall at Walt Disney World

We may be in the middle of summer, but believe it or not, Fall starts at Walt Disney World in just about 6 weeks! And if you have never experienced Disney during the Fall, I have just one word to tell you why you should: FUN!

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Terrific Tuesdays: Must See’s at Walt Disney World During the Holidays

If you have plans to travel to Walt Disney World during the Christmas holiday season, congratulations! You will be visiting during one of the most magical times of the year, even for Disney. Continue reading

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Disney World Deliciousness: ‘Ohana

One of the most popular Walt Disney World Character Dining restaurants is ‘Ohana, which is located on the second floor of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.  Serving breakfast and dinner, you will enjoy delicious food and great character Meet and Greets in a beautiful Polynesian setting overlooking the Seven Seas Lagoon.  You can even see Cinderella Castle from some table areas in the restaurant!  Continue reading

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Disney with Special Needs: Traveling with a Senior

It is a very sad, unfortunate reality that there are some people in the world who believe that Disney is just for children. I like to refer to those people as “wrong”. In fact, let’s all just have a little moment of silence for their imaginations and sense of fun. Continue reading

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Thrifty Thursday: Planning Quick Service Meals

Even though quick-service meals can afford to be more spontaneous than table-service meals at Walt Disney World, I am all about planning strategy – even for this. Quick-service meals do not require any reservations, but at peak meal times the lines for these restaurants can be formidable…and after all, time is money! Here are a few tips for planning quick-service meals, so that you can make the most of your time in the parks! Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: And That’s a Wrap…

photo (9)The announcement this past weekend that Disney will be bringing a brand new attraction featuring Mickey Mouse to Hollywood Studios was met with excitement by many who are eager to see the mouse that “started it all” have his own ride. Until it was shared that the last remaining attraction from the original “Disney-MGM Studios” – The Great Movie Ride- would be closing for good in just a few weeks in order to make room for Mickey’s new ride. Change is good but change is hard, and we will all miss taking this very special ride through the movies. Sadly, as they say in the movies, it looks like “that’s a wrap” for The Great Movie Ride. Thanks for the memories! Continue reading

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