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It never feels like a trip to Disney is long enough. When you first arrive you have the whole trip spread out ahead of you and it feels so long and luxurious, and then it feels like you blink and you are in your last few hours.
The Epcot International Festival of the Arts is the ultimate cultural celebration as food, art and entertainment perfectly merge into an event to be held weekends, from January 13 to February 20.
It's kind of hard to miss that "giant golf ball" at the entrance to Epcot. And while you may be rushing past it on your way to Soarin' or Frozen Ever After, Spaceship Earth is an attraction that you shouldn't miss
We had originally booked at Pop Century, but when some discounts came available, it was easy to make the switch to All Star Movies for a better savings.
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is the newest on-site resort at Walt Disney World, and is the first resort to be themed entirely around some of Disney’s most popular animated classics.
Day Six of my trip report! This is the day that Hubby and Bubba have been waiting for for months…EPCOT Food and Wine Festival Day! So get ready, friends. The day has come to venture forth into a world of deliciousness with a group that can only be described as…eclectic.
So you're planning a Disney vacation and have figured out what your budget is. Now what? Well, the next thing is to decide when you want to go. And I know what you're thinking......"So then, when is the best time to visit Walt Disney World?"
There is a lesser-known part of Walt Disney World called the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, and if you visit Disney as part of a youth sporting event, Run Disney race or other sporting event, you may have a chance to check out this area out.
Have you ever planned a trip to Walt Disney World with your children and also included your parents or in-laws? For some families, this might be a no-brainer while others may need some time to weigh the pros and cons. Continue reading
Traveling to Disney with your grandparents can be a nice change of pace for those of us who have visited WDW with younger children. Traveling with younger children entails very specific rides and areas that are specifically designed with them in mind and a lot of time is spent keeping all the kiddos happy and minimizing melt-downs. Visiting with Grandma allowed me to slow down and enjoy her company at my favorite place. Continue reading