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Wordless Wednesday: Do You Want to be a Pirate?

If you'll be traveling with fans of Jack Sparrow, be sure to catch his show, Captain Jack Sparrow's Pirate Tutorial. Shows are held right outside of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction and if your little ones are lucky, they may be one of 4 scallywags chosen to learn a ...

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Terrific Tuesdays: Expedition Everest – Legend of the Forbidden Mountain

Walt Disney has mastered the art of entertaining guests as they stand in line. Expedition Everest is a great example of how to entertain guests while immersing them into the story line.

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Disney with Special Needs: Keeping the Spirit Alive

I can't just wake up and decide that today would be a good day to visit the Mouse, and that means that there are stretches of time when I have to just settle for keeping the spirit alive in my heart.

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Disney with Little Ones: Minnie's Halloween Dine

We just returned home from 8 wonderful nights at Walt Disney World. One of the surprise highlights of our trip that I wanted to share with you today was Minnie's Halloween Dine.

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Wordless Wednesday: Disney Running Trails

While it may be vacation, that doesn't mean you need to give up on your work out! In addition to the fitness centers that a number of the resorts have, you will also find some great running trails at many of the resorts.

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Terrific Tuesdays: Finding Nemo - The Musical

A favorite show at Disney's Animal Kingdom is Finding Nemo - The Musical in Animal Kingdom. This 1500 person theater comes alive with our friends from the sea: Marlin, Nemo, Dory, Crush and many other larger than life puppets.

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Disney Resort Spotlight: Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

Disney Resort Spotlight: Disney's Yacht Club Resort

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is a deluxe resort at Walt Disney World located on Crescent Lake among a cluster of resorts between Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot. The resort features nautical-style décor and takes its elegant and stately inspiration from New England yacht clubs.

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Wordless Wednesday: Just a Bucket and a Broom

Anyone who has seen the movie Fantasia, will appreciate this area of Disney's All Star Movies Resort at Walt Disney World.

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Walt Disney World Resorts for Families of 5 (or More)

Larger families often know the difficulties of finding accommodations when most hotel rooms are designed to accommodate a maximum of four people. Walt Disney World offers nearly two dozen hotels with a variety of accommodation styles at different price points, and there are many options for guests staying with five or more people. Continue reading

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Disney Vacation Fun: A Few Haunting Tales

Editor’s Note: As we near Halloween, I am re-running one of my favorite posts about a few “not so scary” Walt Disney World tales. Enjoy! 

With Halloween on it’s way and all the bags of Halloween candy already on the shelves at the grocery store, why not get in the mood with a few haunting tales from Walt Disney World?  Of course Disney never wants to make things too scary because they’re all about guests of all ages enjoying their stay and having a not so scary Halloween along side the characters.  So whether you’re gearing up to head down to visit Mickey and his friends in your favorite costume, or staying home and trying to pick out your Halloween best to get ready for October, here’s a few tales from the magical world of Disney to get you in the mood. Continue reading

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Thrifty Thursday: Quick Service at Sunshine Seasons

One of the best places to find a great variety of options for quick service meals is Sunshine Seasons in Epcot. Located in Future World on the lower level of “The Land”, here you will find a number of places to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

Each section has their own cuisine, so you can find Asian, gourmet, soups & sandwiches and wood-fired meals in addition to a garb-n-go section for even quicker meals. Special diet options are available such as gluten free, Kosher and vegetarian. And of course, it wouldn’t be Disney without desserts. The produce served and used throughout all the stations is from The Land’s very own greenhouse, which makes it even better. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Do You Want to be a Pirate?

If you’ll be traveling with fans of Jack Sparrow, be sure to catch his show, Captain Jack Sparrow’s Pirate Tutorial. Shows are held right outside of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction and if your little ones are lucky, they may be one of 4 scallywags chosen to learn a few sword tricks from Captain Jack. Check My Disney Experience or a times guide for showtimes each day. Continue reading

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Terrific Tuesdays: Expedition Everest – Legend of the Forbidden Mountain

Walt Disney has mastered the art of entertaining guests as they stand in line (or queue if you prefer). Yes, you are in line, so why not have something to do rather than standing there waiting? Expedition Everest is a great example of how to entertain guests  while immersing them into the story line during the wait. Continue reading

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