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Wordless Wednesday: Those Fun Disney Characters

Wordless Wednesday: Those Fun Disney Characters

Age doesn't matter at Disney World. Five or forty five, meeting the characters is always fun. If you like a challenge, try getting a picture of just your favorite character in between other guests posing with them!

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 Disney World Deliciousness: La Cava del Tequila

 Disney World Deliciousness: La Cava del Tequila

If you are “adulting” in the World Showcase at Epcot, don’t forget to stop by La Cava del Tequila for one of their delicious Margaritas!! This quaint little hideaway located in the Mexico Pavilion is definitely worth checking out if you are a lover of tequila.

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Disney with Little Ones: Water Park Fun… and More!

Disney with Little Ones: Water Park Fun... and More!

Since we are thinking about going in September next year, I've been thinking about the Water Park Fun & More option. The weather will still be blazing hot and it might be nice to spend more time in the water and off of the pavement.

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Special Dining Needs at Disney: Doing Your Vegan Park Prep

Special Dining Needs at Disney: Doing Your Vegan Park Prep

There are a few things that everybody looks forward to when it comes to vacation, and one of them is almost always eating. Disney World is definitely a food lover’s paradise and that doesn’t change even if you do have an extra layer of special like I do and are ...

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Wordless Wednesday: Discovering Morocco

Wordless Wednesday: Discovering Morocco

The Morocco pavilion can easily be over looked. However, if you continue all the way to the back you might forget your in Disney World! There is also a 45 minute FREE Treasures of Morocco tour. You'll learn about the history, culture and people of Morocco.

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Terrific Tuesdays: Is Walt Disney World for Kids or Adults?

Terrific Tuesdays: Is Walt Disney World for Kids or Adults?

14290012_10153979859421234_1520981588565075660_oI have heard more than a few people say………….. Walt Disney World is for kids! Why would you want to go without kids along? Well, my response is “Walt Disney World is for adults who are kids at heart! We just bring the kids along once in awhile!”

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Favorite Wizarding World of Harry Potter Snacks

Favorite Wizarding World of Harry Potter Snacks

There’s so much to enjoy at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and one of the things I especially love is the food! There’s plenty of different Wizarding World-themed snacks to enjoy, and here are some of my favorites.

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Wordless Wednesday: Checking Out Astro Orbiter

Wordless Wednesday: Checking Out Astro Orbiter

Astro Orbiter is a fun attraction if you don't mind heights. There's a great view of Tomorrowland and the nearby resorts. Some say it's even better at night!

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Disney Vacation Planning: Tips for Lost Disney Parents

If you’ve ever been to Walt Disney World during “peak season” you know that the parks can be busy. And even during the less busy seasons, there are still a lot of people! Although this may not bother most kids, it can make some parents nervous.  Disney is a very safe place with tons of Cast Members all over the place.  Not only are they there to help with any questions and helping lines move quickly and effectively, but they are also there to help the children.  Children are never lost in Disney, it is the parents who can’t keep up that are lost. Continue reading

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Thrifty Thursday: Making the Most of Low Crowds

Visiting during a slower time of year is a great way to avoid crowds and see and do more while in the parks. Does this mean, though, that you can toss the itinerary planning that so many Disney fans have encouraged you to do? Not at all – certainly you won’t need the same kind of rigid itinerary as a high-crowd period, but you should still plan an itinerary to make the most of your time. Here are some tips for planning during a low-crowd period. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Those Fun Disney Characters


Age doesn’t matter at Disney World. Five or forty five, meeting the characters is always fun. If you like a challenge, try getting a picture of just your favorite character in between other guests posing with them! Continue reading

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 Disney World Deliciousness: La Cava del Tequila

14324297_10153890263516662_1411459262741440763_oIf you are “adulting” in the World Showcase at Epcot, don’t forget to stop by La Cava del Tequila for one of their delicious Margaritas!! This quaint little hideaway located in the Mexico Pavilion is definitely worth checking out if you are a lover of tequila. Continue reading

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Disney with Little Ones: Water Park Fun… and More!

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I haven’t quite booked our next Walt Disney World vacation yet, but I’m getting close and I am deep in the process of figuring out those big details…dates, resort, and ticket type. Since we are thinking about going in September next year, I’ve been thinking about the Water Park Fun & More option. The weather will still be blazing hot and it might be nice to spend more time in the water and off of the pavement. This Water Park Fun & More option has always been a little mysterious to me. It must be that vague “& More” add-on that throws me for a loop. What all is included in “More”? 

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