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7 Inspiring Things That Have Happened at Walt Disney World

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Let’s Recap! 1. Best Friends Reunited – What’s the only thing better than going to Walt Disney World for spring break? 2. Adoption Surprise – Everyone adores meeting Mickey Mouse at Walt Disney World. After all, he’s the one who started it all! 3. Celebrity Sightings – Many celebrities choose to vacation in Walt Disney World with their families. 4. Military Families Back ...

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7 Inspiring Things That Have Happened at Walt Disney World

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Walt Disney World is known worldwide as “The Happiest Place on Earth.” And for some Disney World guests, it’s even more magical than they originally expected. Pull up a virtual chair—and grab your tissues—as we share in some Disney moments that are bound to warm your heart and put a smile on your face. Couldn’t we all use a little ...

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7 Inspiring Things That Have Happened at Walt Disney World

4. Military Families Back Together Families with deployed loved ones appreciate every single time that their heroes come home safely. Being back together is magical no matter what. However, when dad or mom comes home in unique ways and unexpected places, well, that’s a moment that will be treasured forever. Check out this joyful and patriotic reuniting of one family ...

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7 Inspiring Things That Have Happened at Walt Disney World

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6. Over-The-Top Proposals When Disney is your “thing” as a couple, it makes sense to get engaged at Walt Disney World. Some fiancés like to keep it simple and sweet, getting down on one knee in front of Cinderella’s Castle. Others plan more elaborate asks, recruiting help from Disney’s cast members, characters, or chefs. We love how this gentleman enlisted ...

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Lies People Believe About Magic Kingdom

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3. “It’s too expensive.” The recent ticket price increase has Disney-goers weeping, for sure. But when it comes to prices, Disney is actually very competitive in the theme park market. At Universal, a one-day, one-park ticket costs $119. At Magic Kingdom, you’ll pay between $109 and $129, depending on the time of year. Pretty comparable. And both Disney and Universal ...

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Lies People Believe About Magic Kingdom

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Let’s Recap! 1. “It’s only for kids.” – Though Magic Kingdom is appropriate for kids and even babies, there are plenty of things for older kids and adults to do as well.   2. “It’s overcrowded.” – As the world’s most popular theme park, there is a tiny grain of truth in this statement. Lots of fun brings lots of ...

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Lies People Believe About Magic Kingdom

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Magic Kingdom is the most highly visited theme park on earth with over 20 million guests yearly. Still, some people refuse to believe in the wonder and magic of the world’s most popular vacation destination, choosing instead to buy into the words of nay-saying pessimists. Well, today we’re here to fact-check some of the lies that people might be tempted ...

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Doing Disney on a Budget – Our Favorite Tips

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4. Skip Park Hopper When it comes to saving money on Disney Park tickets, there’s not a whole lot that you can do. Purchasing multi-day passes always helps a little, of course. But skipping the Park Hopper option is your biggest discretionary choice. At time of writing, adding the Park Hopper option to a four day ticket would run $75 ...

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Doing Disney on a Budget – Our Favorite Tips

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Let’s Recap! 1. Skip the Dining Plan – Ah, the Disney Dining Plan. Possibly one of the most debatable topics in Disney forums. 2. Eat Counter Service – Since food is obviously a budget line item that has a lot more give and take, let’s stick with that subject.     3. Pack Snacks and Water – Did you know that the number ...

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Doing Disney on a Budget – Our Favorite Tips For A Successful Trip

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The price tag for a Disney vacation has a tendency to give a majority of middle class families a little bit of sticker shock. Between ticket prices, transportation, lodging, and meals, a trip to Walt Disney World is almost guaranteed to run several thousand dollars for the average size family. However, Disney Fanatics have a few money-saving tricks that may ...

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