Disney Fun from Around the World: Week of January 7, 2012

Hello Disney Friends! How has your week been? I’m sure it could use a little Disney in it right about now, and we’re always happy to oblige! Check out the latest news from the world of Disney this past week! 🙂

Thinking of joining the Disney Vacation Club? Babes in Disneyland lets you know why it’s not your average timeshare.

Details on MyMagic+ and My Disney Experience were released this week. Your Highway in the Sky has an overview of both new projects and how they will affect your visit.

Pin trading can be great experience for kids. Addicted to Mickey shares some tips on this fun activity.

It can be easy to feel safe on vacation, especially at Walt Disney World. But Chip & Co. shares why you should still remain vigilant.

Chip & Co also shares why Walt Disney World is a great vacation spot for adults.

As part of this year’s Limited Time Magic offerings, guests can catch “A Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue” at Disneyland. Disney Parks Blog has the details.

Disney’s Cheapskate Princess has some tips on teaching your kids life lessons by taking a trip to Walt Disney World.

There are many free activities to be found at the parks and resorts. Disney’s Cheapskate Princess has the rundown of free activities in Downtown Disney.

That’s it for this week. Have a magical weekend!

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Rachel is a Virginia native who now lives in Louisiana. She is married with two children, ages 5 and 3. After dreaming and wishing for several years, her family had their very first Disney vacations this year and are now addicted to researching and planning—whether for themselves or for others. They now plan to visit the parks at least once a year.

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