Celebrate Holidays Around The World With The Epcot Storytellers - The Monkey King

The holidays are a great time to visit Epcot. With cultures represented from around the world, World Showcase is the perfect place to learn how the holidays are celebrated in each of the 11 World Showcase countries. At each country’s pavilion, you will find a Storyteller sharing tales of their holiday traditions. These storytellers are […]

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A Feast of Disney Tastes Featured on Thanksgiving Day at Walt Disney World Resort

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Walt Disney World Resort guests can indulge in a fresh take on an American tradition by enjoying their Thanksgiving feast Nov. 27, 2014 with a bounty of Disney tastes. With more than 30 different dining choices at Disney theme parks and resorts, families and friends can come together for a variety […]

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Disney Dining: 50's Prime Time Cafe

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to few fantastic table service restaurants. After entering the park, take the first left past the Crossroads of the World and head toward Echo Lake. On your left, you’ll find one of my personal favorite places to dine at Hollywood Studios, the 50’s Prime Time Café. If my family is […]

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Celebrate Graduation With Grad Nite At Disneyland

Welcome to those of you joining me from The Disney Point and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail. In 1961, Disneyland held its very first Grad Nite. The event was designed to provide high school seniors with a fun and safe place to party after graduation. […]

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Virtual Food & Wine Festival: Pizza Magarita

In celebration of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival going on from September 19 until November 10, 2014, several Disney bloggers have put together a virtual version of this special event. We will each be sharing a recipe from one of the countries represented at the Food & Wine Festival. We invite you to […]

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Face Your Fears At Disney - Tower of Terror

When I was about 10 years old, my family visited Walt Disney World. Naturally, we just had to check out Disney-MGM Studios’ newest attraction: The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror! As we approached the attraction, we could hear guests screaming as they plummeted down the elevator shaft. The fog and 1930s background music set the […]

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Disney's Night of Joy

Editor’s Note: My friend Heidi of Heidi’s Head has graciously written this wonderful guest post. Be sure to stop by her blog and visit her social media pages for more Disney fun! A few years ago, my kids and I visited Walt Disney World in September to attend the Ultimate Field Trip for homeschoolers.  We […]

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"The Little Mermaid" Inspired Date Night At Disney

Welcome to those of you joining me from The Disney Point and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 4th stop on our Magical Blogorail. Many of our favorite Disney movies tell a great love story. So for this month’s Magical Blogorail loop, we thought it would be fun to share ideas for […]

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How To Get Transportation To Other Orlando Attractions From Disney

For guests staying on-property at Walt Disney World, free transportation is provided between the airport and resort, as well as, from the resort to practically anywhere on Disney property you would want to visit. But what about transportation from Disney to other Orlando attractions such as Universal or Sea World? It’s not practical to pay […]

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Hidden Mickey Book Giveaway

I love searching for hidden Mickeys at Walt Disney World. There are so many to find and many times new hidden Mickeys are added with new attractions or refurbishments. The Hidden Mickey books by Steven M. Barrett are a great way to help you find all of those hidden Mickeys. Our friends at Pixie Dust […]

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UPDATE: Looking for the most recent refurbishment schedule? Find the current Walt Disney World refurbishment schedule here. Here are the latest refurbishment updates for Walt Disney World. The Refurbishment and Closure schedule is subject to change and you should confirm any information prior to visiting. Magic Kingdom The Tomorrowland Transit Authority – PeopleMover is scheduled to […]

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Top 5 Salty Treats At Disney - Mickey Pretzel

As many times as I have visited Walt Disney World, you’d think I would have tried quite a few salty snacks at the parks, right? Wrong! When someone says “snack” at Disney, I immediately think Mickey ice cream bar every time. In fact, I can’t think of a single salty snack I have ever tried […]

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Celebrate America With The Voices of Liberty

Welcome to the first stop aboard Magical Blogorail Red. Enjoy the ride as we celebrate America at Disney. Epcot is one of the best places to celebrate America at Disney. The American Adventure pavilion is filled with the American spirit. One of my favorite things to experience at The American Adventure is The Voices of […]

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Top 10 Ways To Celebrate An Anniversary At Disney - Victoria And Albert's

There are so many great ways to celebrate anniversaries. Just a couple weeks before our second anniversary, my husband and I visited Walt Disney World. We celebrated early with some Disney anniversary buttons. Our anniversary is in July, which just happens to be my favorite time of year to visit Walt Disney World. So I’m sure we will celebrate many more anniversaries at Disney. Here are some of my favorite Disney anniversary celebration ideas.

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Tips For Summer Fun At The Disneyland Resort

Guests can explore their ‘Disney Side’ this summer at the Disneyland Resort where they will enjoy the thrills of the newly reopened and enhanced Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, along with dazzling summer entertainment that, beginning in mid-June, will include “Frozen” characters in a special pre-parade float for “Mickey’s Soundsational Parade.” The pre-parade unit features Princess Anna and snowman Olaf frolicking in the snow while Queen Elsa is depicted in her icy domain.

Other summer entertainment in Disneyland Park includes daily performances of the enchanting “Mickey and the Magical Map” stage show, nightly performances of both “Fantasmic!” and “Magical” fireworks, featuring aerial flights by both Tinker Bell and Dumbo, and a variety of new entertainment daily in Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree. At Disney California Adventure Park, guests continue to enjoy the thrills and fun of Cars Land and the after-dark excitement of “World of Color” and “Mad T Party.”

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Adventure on the Wild Side at Disney's Animal Kingdom - Dad

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – It’s doesn’t have to be Father’s Day or even June to pay tribute to that special man in your life, Dad. Walt Disney World Resort salutes dads every day with a flurry of father-friendly activities sure to get him out of the “man cave” and into some theme park fun. […]

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Best Places To Relax At The Magic Kingdom

When I visit Walt Disney World, my vacation is anything but relaxing. Though I usually don’t make it to the parks in time to see them open, I believe in spending as much time as possible in the parks. I always try to fit in as many attractions as possible and almost always stay until after park closing. Even though I […]

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Try The Boring Attractions - Liberty Belle

There is so much to do at Walt Disney World that you just can’t do it all. Because of this, many guests often skip over the “boring” attractions; however, by doing this, they’re missing out on some of the best attractions at Disney! Some of my favorite Disney attractions are attractions which some might consider […]

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Always Bring A Poncho

At Walt Disney World it’s not uncommon to see a little bit of rain each day of your vacation. Even on sunny days, central Florida can see small rain showers. While most of these rain showers don’t last for more than 30 minutes, it’s still a good idea to prepare for rain. After all, who […]

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Character Dining at 'Ohana

Meeting the characters at Disney is an exciting experience, especially for the little ones. Unfortunately, the lines to meet your favorite Disney friends in the parks can get quite long. Instead of waiting in these long lines only to get a quick photo and autograph from the characters, try a character dining experience.

There are many character dining experiences offered throughout the Disney parks and even in some of the resorts. These dining experiences allow guests to meet their favorite characters without those long lines. The characters will each come around to your table for a little one on one time with your family. You never know what they will do! Some of the characters have been known to join in your meal, while others might carry on a conversation with you. Some of my favorite Disney memories are from character dining experiences. If you haven’t tried one yet, I highly recommend it!

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