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Traveling to Walt Disney World requires extensive planning and preparation even if you aren't bringing a service dog along with you. When you add your favorite furry sidekick, it requires just that much more planning.
Have you experienced the new interactive queue at the Haunted Mansion? Such a smart idea from the Imagineers! Long wait times at the more popular attractions don't seem quite as long. Hopefully Disney continues to add more of these types of queues throughout all of the parks!
DINOSAUR is by far, one of my favorite rides in Animal Kingdom. I put it on my “To-Do” list every time!
Whether we are enjoying time at the Walt Disney World Resort, wallowing in post-vacation blues, in the planning stages of our next trip, or just looking forward to the next Disney movie, Disney is never too far from our minds.
Anyone that knows me knows I am not a huge roller coaster fan. My husband has convinced me over the years to try them. And I was fine and nothing happened when I recently rode Space Mountain....other than those around me lost their hearing!
Universal Orlando Resort’s on-site hotels are located minutes away from the resort’s two theme parks and CityWalk, but there are also plenty of fun things to do at the resorts themselves!
When we discovered pin collecting, we discovered a great way of keeping that Disney souvenir budget under control. Because pins are now our souvenir of choice, we are better able to plan our souvenir purchases and stick to a planned budget. We don’t get sidetracked, and don’t suffer “buyer’s remorse” ...
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