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Disney with Special Needs: Holidays at Disney Prep – Part Two

Disney with Special Needs: Holidays at Disney Prep - Part Two

It is only 5 months until I check in to Disney for Thanksgiving and there is still so much planning to do. So. Much. Planning.

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Thrifty Thursday: Flying to Disney with Help From Twitter

The only thing between me and a visit to Disney World is usually airfare. With the rising cost of fuel, cheap tickets are harder to find, but it’s not impossible! Here are some tips for finding prices that won’t break the bank on my favorite social network: Twitter.

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Disney with Special Needs: The World at the Holidays Prep - Part One

We’ve done a few trips in early December and know that we love the Christmas celebrations, so we thought that this year it might be fun to be super thankful for being able to be together in the World right then on Thanksgiving.

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Wordless Wednesday: Main Street Trolley

Most people when arriving at Magic Kingdom, stop to take pictures of the castle and then start walking to their first destination. But why not take a few minutes and take the trolley up Main Street instead? While they usually run mostly in the morning (before the park gets too ...

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Terrific Tuesdays: Taking Grandchildren to Walt Disney World

I started something years ago and after several years between, was able to continue last year - taking grandchildren on a trip to Walt Disney World.

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Disney Vacation Packages for 2018 Coming Soon!

Walt Disney World vacation package rates for 2018 will be available starting Tuesday, June 20! Booking early is the best way to have the most options for hotel availability and will also give you plenty of time to plan....and to pay your trip off!

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Disney Resort Spotlight: Disney's Contemporary Resort

Disney’s Contemporary Resort is a deluxe resort at Walt Disney World with a modern, clean design. It’s the closest Walt Disney World Resort hotel to the Magic Kingdom, and is one of the original resorts that opened along with the Magic Kingdom in 1971.

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Wordless Wednesday: To Infinity and Beyond!

Calling all Space Rangers! Buzz Lightyear needs YOUR help to defeat the Evil Emperor Zurg. Be sure to check in with him at Star Command Headquarters

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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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Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups: Epcot’s World Showcase

Possibly 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: 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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