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One of my favorite things to do at Walt Disney World is to look for....and discover...those hidden treasures that are everywhere if you only take the time to find them!
For as long as I can remember, I have been a planner. So it goes without saying that the planning aspect of our Disney vacation is always one of my favorite parts. But as my kids grew older, they became more and more interested in having a say.
If you loved going to the old drive-in movie theaters, you are going to LOVE eating at the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater in Hollywood Studios!! Step back in time and remember the good old days as you slide into a 50’s era car shaped booth or table, under a starry night ...
One of my favorite places at Walt Disney World is the Animal Kingdom Lodge. A number of rooms open directly onto the resort's own savannah, where a variety of animals roam free....directly outside your balcony door!
A must do for our trips is the amazing Tree of Life! I find myself wandering along the walkway, snapping pictures of the more than 300 animals “carved” into the trunk. How many can you find?
Universal Orlando Resort is made up of two theme parks, a shopping and dining district, and four (soon to be five) resort hotels. For those staying at one of Universal Orlando’s on-site hotels, there’s transportation connecting the theme parks and CityWalk with each of the resorts, so it’s easy to ...
It's been exactly a year since my family visited Walt Disney World. There are bittersweet reminders of our trip all week, as we celebrated Mother's Day and 2 family birthdays there in 2015. As I look back through our pictures from one full year ago, the Post Disney Vacation Depression ...
Plans at Walt Disney World exist for a reason and there are some points in your vacation when you will need to rely on that plan to get you through. That's why my next tip for you is…Have a plan…and do stick to it.
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