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10 Do’s And Don’ts For Epcot

By Robin Swanson Walt Disney World’s second gate opened in 1982, and has since grown to be one of the best loved and most visited parks in the world. Looking to up your Epcot game? Here are ten do’s and don’ts for getting the most out of Epcot. 10. Do Visit During a Festival Epcot hosts several festivals during the ...

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10 Do’s And Don’ts For Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom is the ultimate Disney experience. Here you’ll find the most attractions, characters and things to see. Read on for ten do’s and don’ts for having a magical day in the Magic Kingdom! 10. Do Have a Plan It helps to have a plan in mind when you walk in. Your plan doesn’t need to be precise. Even having ...

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Top Ten Mind Blowing Facts/Experiences At Kilimanjaro Safaris

Way in the back of Disney’s Animal Kingdom is an attraction like no other. On Kilimanjaro Safari, guests can experience a one of a kind “two week safari” into the African savannah. Unlike the Jungle Cruise over in Magic Kingdom, Kilimanjaro Safari has live animals! 34 different species of animals! Read below for more amazing facts about Kilimanjaro Safaris! 10. ...

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8 Rookie Mistakes People Make At Disney Springs

Disney Springs is primarily a shopping and dining destination within Walt Disney World resort. The area has gone by many names over the years since it first opened in 1975, most recently it was called Downtown Disney. In 2016, the re-theming and additions to the shopping complex were largely completed. The newly coined Disney Springs is themed after a fictional ...

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10 Do’s And Don’ts When Visiting Disney Springs

A lot has changed at Disney Springs, formerly known as Downtown Disney. Some restaurants and stores left, with new ones coming in. And don’t forget about the whole new section, with beautiful architecture styled after the Mediterranean! With so much happening, guests really need some help when visiting Disney Springs. That’s where I come in, with 10 helpful dos and ...

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