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Disney with Special Needs: FastPass Killed the Spontaneity Star?

There are some people who are meticulous Disney planners and like to know all of the details about everything. That’s me. I plan planning. And so I love FastPasses.

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Wordless Wednesday: Disney Springs

One of the nicest things about the recent transformation of Downtown Disney to become Disney Springs, was the addition of the "springs".

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Thrifty Thursday: Buyer Beware When it Comes to Disney World Tickets

If there is one thing that you have to be SUPER careful about when it comes to saving money on your Disney vacation, it's where you buy your tickets. On a regular basis I read about folks who got ripped off trying to save money buying Disney tickets somewhere…only to ...

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Terrific Tuesdays: Rock 'n' Roller Coaster

My grandson is all about roller coasters! It was very important on our last trip that he got to experience Aerosmith and the awesome Rock N’ Roller Coaster!

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Disney World Deliciousness: La Cantina de San Angel

Our favorite Quick Service dining location is in the Mexico Pavilion, La Cantina de San Angel, which is a walk-up counter service dining establishment sitting right on the World Showcase Lagoon.

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Disney with Special Needs: They See Me Rollin’…or Monorailin’…or Floatin’

The Disney transportation system is of the ways that Disney World speaks to my soul – I never, ever, ever have to worry about how I am going to get from place to place.

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Wordless Wednesday: Prince Eric's Castle

We are all familiar with Cinderella Castle of course but don't overlook Prince Eric's castle in the "New" Fantasyland section....unlike Cinderella's, this castle has a fun attraction as part of it!

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Terrific Tuesdays: Happily Ever After

While it's not here yet, Disney has announced the debut of a brand new nighttime spectacular, Happily Ever After.

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Thrifty Thursday: Making the Most of Low Crowds

Visiting during a slower time of year is a great way to avoid crowds and see and do more while in the parks. Does this mean, though, that you can toss the itinerary planning that so many Disney fans have encouraged you to do? Continue reading

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Planning a Disney Vacation: Dessert for Everyone!

When I’m on vacation, “letting go” and allowing us to truly enjoy the food – instead of silently racking up the cost – is always a problem for me. Enter the Disney Dining Plans, which allow you to feel like you’re on an all inclusive vacation, where everything is pre-paid. Continue reading

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Thrifty Thursday: Disney Lovers Buy the Farm to Save on Gas for Disney Vacation!

We have done it ~ Steve and I have bought the farm (literally) and moved to central west Georgia from North Alabama to save gas when we go to Disney. Really. Continue reading

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Disney World with Little Ones: 10 Signs You are Suffering from Post Disney Vacation Depression

You came, you conquered. You got the Mickey ears to prove it, but time moves on. You get back on the Magical (aka, Tragical) Express and watch your Disney resort shrink behind you as you head to the airport for your departing flight. An unexpected side effect of fulfilling your every Disney dream has it’s grip on you… Continue reading

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Disney Vacation Planning: How Often is Too Much?

Many a Disney lover has given up their regular lives and moved to Walt Disney World to become a cast member. or retired to the area, just so they can be there on a more regular basis. For those of us, who can’t leave their homes for a variety of reasons, or retiring to WDW just isn’t in the cards yet, I say, go as often as you can. Continue reading

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