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Affordable Disney: Save on Dining by Sharing!

Going to Walt Disney World can be quite expensive between the passes and the hotel, and the food. Happily there are ways to save on your meals, and one of them is by sharing! I have found that most meals can be split easily.

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Exploring Disney: Becoming a Sorcerer

Exploring Disney: Becoming a Sorcerer

One of our favorite ways to become a part of Disney World during our visits is playing Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom. This interactive card game is one of the delightful little details of the park that somewhat flies under the radar.

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5 Marvel-ous Things to Do on Marvel Day at Sea

We recently returned from sailing with the Disney Magic, where we got to enjoy their awesome new event, Marvel Day at Sea!

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Affordable Disney: Accommodations With Value

Walt Disney World has done an excellent job of giving Guests a wide range of options from Value to Deluxe Villas. Where you will stay will depend on your budget, what you want to experience while at the hotel and which parks will you visit.

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Exploring Disney: A Fairytale Ferry

Once you've decided that you're going to visit Magic Kingdom, you've got another decision to make -- how to get there. You could grab the monorail and feel futuristic, or you could go for something a touch more quaint and old-fashioned - the ferry.

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Disney with Kids: The Time is Now

"What age should my kids be when they go to Disney?" It sounds like an easy question with an easy answer but there really is no wrong or right age to take your kids to Walt Disney World.

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Exploring Disney: Gliding Along on the Monorail

Exploring Disney: Gliding Along on the Monorail

The monorail is a treasured part of my Disney trips. It feels like a attraction itself and once I feel that glide, I know that I am home.

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Affordable Disney: The Accommodation Situation

One of the largest expenses of visiting Walt Disney World is where you will stay. Will we stay on-site or off-site? Do we need a larger room to accommodate more than 3-4 people? Will we need 2 rooms rather than 1? How close to the parks do I want to ...

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Planning for Grown Ups at Epcot’s World Showcase

Despite what your non-Disney friends may think, we all know that Walt Disney World is not just for kids. And one of the best place for adults to visit at Walt Disney World is Epcot’s World Showcase, a series of eleven gorgeously themed pavilions representing countries from around the world. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Finding Dory…or Finding Nemo?

Outside of the Seas With Nemo and Friends, both Dory and Nemo are swimming along, friends to the end. Are either of them lost though? With these two, you just never know! Continue reading

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Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups: What to Do at Epcot

Walt Disney World can be just as much fun for adults as it is for kids, and Epcot is definitely a great place for adults to visit, particularly because of the beautiful World Showcase that makes up over half of the park. Epcot is a unique park experience, not just because it has some great rides, but because much of the park is made for wandering and browsing. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Four Seasons

Did you know that you can see all four seasons at one time at Epcot in Walt Disney World? Walk into the Land Pavilion and all four seasons are right in front of you! Continue reading

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Terrific Tuesdays: Visit The Morocco Pavilion

The Morocco Pavilion is another sight-seeing adventure. There aree no high ticket rides or attractions here but the beauty and originality make up for that. This pavilion is beautiful and built to replicate the Moroccan cities of Fez, Casablanca and Marrakesh. The Moroccan king sent his royal craftsmen to lay the tile and paintings in the pavilion. Each building here is of religious significance. Continue reading

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