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10 Most Crowded Weeks At Walt Disney World

1. Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend RunDisney events take place throughout the year, but the largest event in the series that brings in the most crowds comes just after the New Year on the first full weekend in January. As far as crowded weeks in the parks go, these crowds are fairly easy to navigate and predict where most of ...

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11 Tips On How To Do Walt Disney World Restaurants Like A Pro

1. Review menus and information online Before you make any reservations or sit down for dinner in Walt Disney World, check out the restaurant’s menu and any additional information you may need to know online. Even if you know the food will interest everyone in the family, be sure that the dining experience as a whole is something that everyone ...

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Top 11 Lies About Walt Disney World

We talk about Disney a lot.  In fact, it’s one of our favorite subjects.  And over the years, we’ve heard a lot of lies about Walt Disney World.  Some of these lies are told by people as reasons for not choosing a Walt Disney World vacation, while others are more like urban legends about Disney.  So here are 11 top ...

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8 Totally Cool Things About The Hall Of Presidents At Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World is home to lots and lots of attractions. No matter where you fall on the thrill-o-meter (zero meaning you don’t like any ride that moves; in fact, you don’t like rides at all, and ten meaning you wish even the highway you use to commute to work had corkscrews and loop-di-loops!), there is something for you at ...

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12 Experiences For Your First Day At Walt Disney World

1. Check out your resort Many guests visit Walt Disney World and spend very little time at their resorts. This makes sense, because with so many things to do, why would you want to stay at the resort? Still the resorts really have a lot to offer, and whether or not you want to spend a day at the pool, ...

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Top 10 Disney Films That Cheer Me Up On A Bad Day

If you’re a Walt Disney fan, there’s probably nothing that will cheer you up faster when you’re feeling blue than curling up with a beloved Disney film.  With dozens of movies spanning decades, everyone understandably has their own Disney favorites!  Here are 10 of our favorite Disney films, each guaranteed to cheer you up on a bad day. 10. Mary ...

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10 Things You Must Know About Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios may be on everyone’s back burner while we wait for the opening of the new Star Wars and Toy Story lands, but there are still plenty of reasons to visit the park today. Here are 10 things you need to know if you’re planning on visiting Hollywood Studios.   1. It’s getting a facelift If you’ve either ...

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8 Totally Cool Things About Pirates Of The Caribbean At Walt Disney World

Throughout Walt Disney World’s four theme parks, there are plenty of iconic and beloved attractions that guests simply cannot miss on any vacation. Some of these attractions pack big thrills and others are more beloved for their memories from childhood, but they are all unforgettable. One of the most popular attractions in Walt Disney World can be found in a ...

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8 Totally Cool Things About Finding Nemo: The Musical At Walt Disney World

Finding Nemo: The Musical is our favorite show in Animal Kingdom. The show tells Nemo’s story on stage through music, and it’s simply magical! It’s the most elaborate of any Disney stage shows we’ve seen – the costumes, puppetry, sets and special effects are stunning. Here are 8 totally cool things about Finding Nemo: The Musical. 1. Beloved Characters You ...

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12 Things That Annoy True Walt Disney World Fans

There’s no real way to know exactly how many Disney fans are alive and well on planet Earth at this very moment. In 2016 alone, 110 million people visited one or more Disney theme parks and resorts (excluding Aulani Resort and Spa). But there are far more Disney fans in the world than just those who visit the parks. What’s ...

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