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Toddler Traveling Tips: 5 Steps to Keep Them Happy

Toddler Traveling Tips: 5 Steps to Keep Them Happy I am about to embark on a journey.  One that I sure will have its ups and downs, moments of frustration and moments of pure magic.  I am traveling to Walt Disney World with my about-to-be two-year-old son.  This is not his first trip to the World, and his brother visited ...

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Disney Dining Character Dining 101

Character Dining 101 On most vacations the thought of a rodent in the dining room would be revolting. At Walt Disney World, however, vacationers take great pains to wake up in the wee morning hours 6 months prior to their trip to attempt to secure a spot to dine with a mouse and his fictional friends. Isn’t it amazing what ...

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Disney Dining with a Toddler Part One

Disney Dining with a Toddler Part One: The Plan   I am blessed to have visited Walt Disney World enough times that I’ve stopped trying to count, but my next trip in in late October is a new type of trip for me.  We are celebrating my youngest son’s 2nd birthday and it will just be my husband, our little ...

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Is Free Disney Dining Plan Worth it?

You’ve heard it before, “there is no such thing as a free lunch,” and the same may hold true when considering the Free Dining discount at Walt Disney World. All of the million dollar questions for Walt Disney World vacations seem to revolve around free dining: Will it be offered? When will it be offered? Which Dining Plan? Which Resorts? ...

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Disney Dining Review Diamond Horseshoe “Revue”

Disney Dining Review Diamond Horseshoe “Revue” “The Least Crowded Eatery in the West” Nestled in the transition area between Liberty Square and Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom, the Diamond Horseshoe is a Quick Service restaurant that is open seasonally.  And I can’t really tell you what that means.  On our June vacation I tried to eat there and it was ...

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Walt Disney World’s Top 10 Themed Restaurants

There are many things the Imagineers do well, but the one that makes the parks so special is creating a backstory and following a theme. Most restaurants could have a basic décor, serve food and that would be adequate, but that is not good enough for the designers creating Walt Disney World’s many themed eateries. Many have elaborate backstories that ...

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8 Things Money Can’t Buy In Walt Disney World

Although it often seems like your money is flying out of your wallet and into the Mouse’s hands when you are at Walt Disney World, there are some items and experiences that money just can’t buy. Of course there is no price tag on staying in the Cinderella Castle Suite, or being the Family of the Day who gets to ...

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