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Our 11 Favorite Treats At Walt Disney World

1. Churros Churros are the quintessential Disney snack that can be found all over the Walt Disney World Resort. These cinnamon sugary treats may look rather unassuming, but they pack in some great flavor and are quite filling. Since they are more filling than they look, you could probably share a churro with a friend… but would you want to? ...

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12 Rigorous Requirements to be a Cast Member at Walt Disney World

1. Full availability Even part time cast members are Walt Disney World are required to have full availability (within the days they are able to work). The resort is open everyday, so cast members do not often have holidays off, and during busier seasons like spring break, Fourth of July, or the winter holidays additional cast members will usually be ...

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Top 11 Free Things at Walt Disney World

1. Maps “Maps” may not sound like much, however Disney’s maps are really just free souvenirs from your trip! Chances are the cover of the maps will change between your visits, and if you hold onto a couple of them you’ll find yourself with a nice collection. Maps are also helpful if you plan on making a scrapbook of your ...

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10 Walt Disney World Budget Travel Tips Everyone Needs To Know

1. Look for Special Offers When booking your Disney resort hotel room, be sure to check out which special offers are available. You can sometimes find deals through third-party travel sites, and special offers are also noted on Disney’s website while making resort reservations. If you find a deal after you’ve already booked, contact Disney directly to have the discount ...

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11 Tips On How To Do Walt Disney World’s Epcot Like A Pro

1. Arrive Early Arriving early is a good tip for visiting any Disney park, but it may be extra helpful when visiting Epcot. The park includes a lot of walking, especially compared to a park like the Magic Kingdom or Hollywood Studios, so simply getting around the entire park (especially with your entire family and accounting for photo ops, bathroom ...

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

1. Visit Disney Springs Disney Springs is outdoors, but with the shops and restaurants all relatively close together it is not too difficult to get through the area while spending only short amounts of time outdoors. If you’re looking to pick up some souvenirs, grab a bite to eat, or relax with a cool drink, Disney Springs can be a ...

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Top 11 Things To Do On Your Last Vacation Day At Walt Disney World

1. Shop Whether you’ve been waiting to visit Disney Springs until the last day of your trip, or you find yourself putting off purchases to make carrying them easier, picking up those last-minute souvenirs is a must-do at the end of your trip. Though some items can easily be purchased from home via the Shop Disney Parks mobile app, many ...

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Walt Disney World Remorse: 12 Experiences You’ll Regret Not Doing

1. Exploring your resort So many guests are so focused on the parks alone that they miss what is (literally) all around them—their resort. Even Disney’s value resorts are full of interesting details that are all too often missed. Rather than completely missing out on your resort’s décor, pool, dining, or recreational activities, explore the area early on in your ...

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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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