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Why You Don’t Need to Bring Kids on a Walt Disney World Vacation

Conventional wisdom holds that Walt Disney World is for kids. And this is true – I’ve never met a child who didn’t dream of visiting the most magical place on Earth! But it’s certainly not true that Walt Disney World is ONLY for kids. Adults enjoy a WDW vacation every bit as much as children, just sometimes in different ways. ...

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How and Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year, Disney Style

Many of us recently finished celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa. But the most important holiday of the year for Chinese communities not only in China but around the world is right around the corner: Chinese New Year.   About 20% of the world’s population celebrates Chinese New Year (also called Lunar New Year or Spring Festival), including Chinese communities in the ...

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Must Do Experiences for Your January Trip

If you are traveling to the Walt Disney World Resort in January, there are some exciting experiences that you won’t want to miss out on. As the holiday season wraps up in the Theme Parks and throughout the Resorts, there are some fun, new opportunities that you will want on your list of must dos when you visit this month. ...

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How to Feel Like a Kid Again at Walt Disney World

Decades ago, Walt Disney created a magical world that endures and continues to grow today, generations later. Part of his success was recognizing and encouraging the child in all of us. “Adults are only kids grown up, anyway”, is one of Walt’s famous quotes, and this concept is still at the core of Walt Disney World.   If you’ve ever visited ...

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Opening Date Announced for Central Florida’s Newest Coaster

Many people automatically think of Walt Disney World when the Orlando area is mentioned, but that isn’t the only game in town. Central Florida is often referred to as the Theme Park Capital of the World, because there are so many thrills! The newest roller coaster coming to the Orlando area is Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando. The opening date ...

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Here’s What You Need to Know When You Visit Walt Disney World in January

There’s nothing like starting a New Year off with a bang in the most magical place on Earth!  Not that we’d EVER turn down a chance to visit Walt Disney World, of course.   Then again, a trip to WDW can look very different depending on the time of year you visit.  From crowds to weather to festivals and special events, there’s a ...

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Walt Disney World Rides Even Adults Can Find Scary

If you think that Walt Disney World is all flying elephants and carousels, you are wrong. There are a few rides throughout the four Theme Parks that even some adults find scary and won’t ride when visiting the Walt Disney World Resort. Take a look and see if you agree with the list. DINOSAUR Over in Disney’s Animal Kingdom in ...

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Walt Disney World Tips to Reconsider

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There are many tips, suggestions, and thoughts on how to plan a Walt Disney World vacation. From where to stay, to where to eat, and what to do, everyone has opinions and recommendations. As we look at some of the common tips given to those traveling to the Walt Disney World Resort, there are a few that we would tell ...

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Add These Disney World Restaurants to Your 2022 List

We love dining at Walt Disney World. There is a great opportunity to try different cuisines, see different atmospheres, and relax during what is typically a busy vacation. As you get ready to visit Walt Disney World in 2022, we have some restaurants you will want to have on your must try list. We hope that our suggestions will help ...

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Things That Frustrate Even the Pros At Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World is a magical place, and we love going to visit all the time. Even as Walt Disney World pros, some things frustrate us when we visit. As pros, we are here to let you know what those frustrations are and how you can better prepare for them on your Walt Disney World vacation, just like a pro does. ...

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