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10 Ways You Can Keep From Ruining Your Walt Disney World Vacation

1. Start planning early There are some vacations that you can just randomly decide to take, book last minute, and somehow still be all set. Disney is not one of those vacations, especially if you’re new to visiting the Walt Disney World Resort. Do research ahead of time to determine where you think you’d like to stay, the time of ...

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15 Things You’ll Love About Staying At A Walt Disney World Resort

1. Close proximity to the parks One of the most obvious things you’ll love about staying at a Disney resort is being right in the middle of the action. The theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs, are all just a quick monorail/bus/boat ride away, and if you didn’t bring your own car you’ll never need to worry about figuring ...

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10 Rookie Mistakes At Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom & How To Avoid Them

1. Arriving Late Years ago, many guests were under the assumption that Animal Kingdom was a “half-day park.” With the opening of Pandora and additional evening offerings, the park is most definitely a full-day park if not a one or two-day park. Even so, guests are still encouraged to arrive early so they can enjoy experiencing the animal exhibits while ...

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Top 9 Attractions We Wish Walt Disney World Would Update

9. Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage is an exciting and classic stage show, that while loved by many guests could use a bit of an update. Though there have been small updates here and there, the design of the show has largely remained in the 90s while other parts of the ...

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12 Things You Should Do/Buy Before You Go To Walt Disney World

1. Purse/backpack Having a purse or backpack to take into the parks with you that you feel comfortable using throughout your trip is more important than we often realize. You don’t want to find yourself inconvenienced halfway through your trip when you’re struggling to find your credit card at the bottom of a purse, or don’t have enough room to ...

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12 Favorite Magic Kingdom Rides At Night At Walt Disney World

1. Haunted Mansion The theme of the Haunted Mansion obviously lends itself to being a unique nighttime experience. While the ride experience itself does not change, the eerie atmosphere of walking through the queue and into the mansion in the evening can really add to your visit. Another perk of visiting the Mansion at night, like many of the attractions ...

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11 Essentials You Should Have With You In Walt Disney World Parks

1. Cash It should come as no surprise that a Disney vacation is expensive, however bringing extra spending money to the parks is always a wise decision. While on vacation, you won’t want to miss out on a purchase or experience because of the cost (at least in most cases). Although it does hurt your wallet to think about how ...

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10 Awesome Things To Do During Bad Weather At Walt Disney World

Bad weather have you down? There is no reason why the weather should have an impact on your Disney vacation. Unless the parks are actually closed from the weather (which has happened less than a handful of times since 1971) you should continue to enjoy your trip! Here’s how: 1. Resort hop The easiest resorts to explore on a rainy ...

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11 Things You’ll Want To Take Into The Walt Disney World Parks

1. Spending money Bringing money to spend while on a vacation sounds like a no-brainer, but sticker shock is indeed real and it happens to the best of us during a trip to Walt Disney World. You know the hotel and tickets will be expensive, and you may even have most or all of your meals paid for upfront with ...

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11 Things That Drive Us Crazy at Walt Disney World

1. Stopping in the middle of a walkway One pet peeve many seasoned Disney guests have when they visit the parks is when you are walking at a decent pace and the family in front of you comes to a dead stop. It is understandable that guests on vacation (in an exciting and maybe unfamiliar place) may be excited to ...

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