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A Mom’s Guide to Walt Disney World

Congratulations! You’ve decided to take the kids to Disney World for the first time, and everyone is thrilled! The excitement is palpable, but it’s mixed with some minor apprehension, an iota of anxiety and a twinge of the “wonder-whats.” No worries! We are here with everything you need to know about taking the kids to Disney World and not only ...

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Our Picks – The 5 Best and 5 Worst Disney Films

Ah, Disney movies…is there anything more fun, more relaxing and more “Disney” to enjoy aside from being at Disney World? Watching Disney films, whether via Blu-Ray, DVD, Netflix or at the theater brings that Disney magic into our everyday lives, and—if for only 1 ½ hours or so—all is right with the world. Magic is real. Heroes abound. Dreams come ...

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Top 10 Life Lessons Learned From Disney Films

If you’re a true Disney fanatic, you don’t really need a reason to watch a Disney movie. It doesn’t have to be a rainy day. You don’t have to be home sick from work or school. There’s just something about Disney films that is timeless and keeps us coming back for more. Most of the films never grow old to ...

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10 Things You Might Be Missing at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios

If you’re headed to Walt Disney World soon and you’re also ready for the red carpet, you’ll love visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Feel the glamour of the Golden Age of Hollywood and the excitement of the big screen. There’s something for everyone! If you’ve never been, you’re in for a treat, and if you’ve visited before, be sure to experience ...

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11 Trending Photo Spots at Walt Disney World

Is there any better way to memorialize your time with family and friends at Disney World than with pictures? Souvenirs are great, but they sometimes lose their luster. But photos we take with our loved ones while we are enjoying the parks will forever bring smiles to our faces no matter how many times we look at them. Here are ...

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Top 10 Q & A’s for Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom

Walt Disney World’s youngest theme park celebrated its 20th anniversary earlier this year. Animal Kingdom is a new take on an older idea. Back when Disneyland was being built, Walt wanted to use actual animals on the Jungle Cruise attraction, but instead audio-animatronic robots were used. Today, visitors to the Walt Disney World Resort can visit Animal Kingdom and see ...

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On the Horizon: What 2019 Holds for Walt Disney World

The most magical place on earth keeps getting more magical, and we have to admit that while it’s hard to wait for new attractions and lands at Disney World during their construction phases, we sure are happy once the finished projects are open for us to enjoy. The year 2014 saw the opening of the New Fantasyland expansion at Magic ...

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Top 10 Q&A’s for Walt Disney World’s Epcot

Once upon a time, Walt Disney had the idea for a self-supporting utopian community called EPCOT—the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. Walt envisioned EPCOT being a place where people could live, go to work, go to school, go to church and live out their lives. Sadly, Walt passed away before his vision of EPCOT could ever be realized. However, his ...

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8 Things We Love About Bongos Cuban Café at Walt Disney World

Are you looking for a restaurant at Disney Springs with an authentic flavor, feel and look? You’re in luck! On Disney Springs’ West Side, you’ll find Bongos Cuban Café. It’s located right on the lake, and you can eat in the dining room or outside on the huge sprawling patio. There’s no wrong time to enjoy Bongos’ authentic Cuban food, ...

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10 Things That Give Me Chill Bumps Every Time at Walt Disney World

Ask any of the 50 million people who visit Disney World each year what their favorite thing is about the most magical place on earth, and you will get a different response from each of them. Some love the parades, while others love the thrill rides. Some come for the food and stay for the fireworks. Because there’s so much ...

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