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I started planning our recent Walt Disney World vacation on a mission to spend as little money as possible, convinced I could prove that families on a budget can afford a well-planned trip.
There's something about the beauty and charm of the two Port Orleans Resorts at Walt Disney World.....Port Orleans Riverside and Port Orleans French Quarter....that make them two of the most popular Disney resorts.
One thing that can be overwhelming on a Disney vacation is food! Where to eat, what to eat, when to eat, how to accommodate everyone in the group etc becomes a planning stage all in itself!
Six months from today is Christmas Eve. Will you be visiting Walt Disney World during the Christmas holidays this year? I have visited during this season many times and I have to say, Disney really knows how to put the "magic" in Christmas!
Walt Disney World isn’t just for kids, and our family of adults loves to enjoy the attractions and details of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The Animal Kingdom has a combination of rides, shows, and animal attractions centered on a message of conservation. While it is often treated as a half-day park, ...
When your tummy is growling like a tiger…what better place to eat than Tusker House in Animal Kingdom? With your choice of a breakfast, lunch or dinner buffet along with meeting Safari Donald and his friends…you can’t go wrong!
The front desk at every Disney resort is fully stocked with toothpaste, tooth brushes, shaving cream and razors. For free!
Of course, you won't ever see Asia and Africa at the same time in the "real world", at Disney you certainly can! I love this scene with these two icons from Disney's Animal Kingdom. Africa's Tree of Life, and Asia's Expedition Everest....both imposing, both breathtaking, and here in this photo....two ...
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