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Planning a Resort Day At Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Since officially reopening in the summer of 2020, Walt Disney World has been back providing magical vacations for all guests, but with safety protocols and rules in place to keep everyone healthy and happy. This special phased reopening has definitely brought back some of the magic, but guests might find themselves a little confused about what experiences are actually available ...

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Fun Facts About Walt Disney’s Pluto

When you think about Disney characters many people first picture Mickey and Minnie, but there are so many more. From princesses, to villains, to heroes, there are dozens if not hundreds of classic Disney characters. In this article we are going to highlight Pluto. Here are some fun facts that you may or may not know about Pluto.     1. ...

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Fun Facts About Walt Disney’s Goofy

Sometimes when you hear about Disney characters you will think of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, or maybe instead you will picture one of the classic princesses. Right now we are going to showcase someone else, and that would be Goofy. Here are some fun facts that you may or may not know about Goofy.   1. Birthday Goofy’s birthday is ...

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What to Know about the Four Character Dining Experiences Currently Open at Walt Disney World

Guests can still enjoy magical character dining throughout Walt Disney World during the phased reopening.  There are currently four main character dining experiences opened and we are going to break down what you need to know about each of them.    1. Topolino’s Terrace:  Disney’s Riviera Resort One of the newest character dining experiences can be found at Disney’s Riviera ...

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Fun Facts About Disney’s Donald Duck

Move over, Mickey Mouse: today Donald Duck has the spotlight!  As one of Walt Disney’s classic characters, Donald Duck has delighted and entertained generations of fans with his hot-tempered nature, hilarious hijinks, and heart of gold.  In many ways, Donald is the antithesis of Mickey – they’re like the yin and yang of the animation world.  But how much do ...

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10 Most Common Q&A During Walt Disney World Phased Reopening

Walt Disney World reopened to the public back in July with new safety protocols in place to help keep guests and cast members safe.  Part of Disney’s reopening process is a phased reopening meaning some experiences aren’t exactly like they were previously.  We have the 10 most commonly asked questions and answers regarding this phased reopening to help you better ...

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Fun Facts About Disney’s Daisy Duck

Daisy Duck is one of the lesser-known Disney characters. She tends to keep a lower profile than her Fab Five pals, and because of this, there are several things that most Disney fans don’t know about her, unless she happens to be their most favorite character. So as not to leave anyone out, we wanted to do our best to ...

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Fun Facts About Walt Disney’s Minnie Mouse

Though her popularity waned a bit in the 1930s, Minnie Mouse has been around just as long as Mickey. In fact, they share the same birthday. While Walt Disney famously reminded us that “It was all started by a mouse”, we would argue that Mickey wouldn’t be who he is today if it weren’t for his better half. Here are ...

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Fun Facts About Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse

Did you know that Mickey Mouse is estimated to stand just over two feet tall? Or that he’s the most frequent selection for write-in candidates on U.S. election ballots? Here are eight more fun facts you may not have known about the world’s most iconic mouse. 1. He Was Originally Going to Be Named Mortimer Alas, Walt’s wife Lillian is ...

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Here’s Why Disney+ Is Worth Every Penny

It’s been over a year since Disney+ first launched, and thanks to the roller coaster ride 2020 took us on, we had plenty of time at home to use this service. Our opinion on Disney+? It is 100% worth every penny we’ve spent on it so far. In fact, as hardcore Disney fanatics, we might even go as far as ...

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