Hello Disney Friends! I hope everyone in the US had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday! As you finish those turkey leftovers and begin your holiday shopping, I hope you will take a break for a few minutes to check out the great Disney blog posts that Rachel found for you this week. Enjoy!
If you’re just beginning to plan your Walt Disney World vacation, you’ll want to read this article from Chip & Co on the Five W’s of Disney planning.
You’ll also want to review these Ten Commandments of WDW trips.
College football fans will like this story. University of Alabama received the Disney Spirit Award for tornado recovery efforts.
To Dining Plan or not to Dining Plan….it is a continuous discussion with fans on both sides. It’s ultimately a decision for each family to make based on their own needs. Kelly discusses her dilemma over on WDW Fan Zone.
You can now find Jake and the Neverland Pirates characters in the Hollywood BackLot at Disney California Adventure.
Disney Parks Blog let us know about some new arrivals: New holiday gift cards with Nutcracker pins are debuting at Disney Parks.
This sounds like so much fun! You can now use your favorite facebook photos to create your own the Magic, the Memories, and You show.
As we begin the Holiday Season, this is a wonderful story: Disney VoluntEARS helped assemble over 25,000 food boxes for Orange County seniors during this holiday season on National Volunteer Day.
Here’s some unique savings tips for your Disney trip: Just ASK for a discount. It never hurts to ask, right?
Did you watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade? Well Mickey Mouse made his debut in the parade in 1934.
Did you see Lion King 3D recently? Then you may be interested to know that Beauty and the Beast will be released in 3D in theaters in January.
That’s it for this week everyone. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
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.