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6 Things to Keep in Mind When Planning a Trip to Walt Disney World

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3. Dining Guests are allowed to make dining reservations up to 180 days in advance, and for many restaurants on site it is highly recommended that you adhere to this suggestion. Restaurants like Be Our Guest, Cinderella’s Royal Table and Le Cellier tend to have no reservations available because people book them so far out. If you want to dine ...

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6 Things to Keep in Mind When Planning a Trip to Walt Disney World

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Planning a trip to Walt Disney World is both fun and stressful. While your excitement builds for your magical vacation, you realize that there’s a lot you have to research and do before you even step foot in Orlando! However, being prepared in advance means relatively smooth sailing when you arrive. Here are six things to keep in mind when ...

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Reservations You Should Make BEFORE You Go To Disney World

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Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Your little princess will thoroughly enjoy the royal treatment at this special Disney salon.  Hair, makeup, nail polish (all age appropriate) will have your little lady looking spectacular.  There are two boutiques available at Disney World.  The first is in Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom meaning you’ll need a park ticket to get to your reservation.  The ...

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Reservations You Should Make BEFORE You Go To Disney World

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Dining Making dining reservations in advance is highly recommended, especially since you can start making reservations 180 days out from the start of your vacation. Many popular restaurants, such as Be Our Guest and Cinderella’s Royal Table, get booked up quickly, so it definitely makes a difference to book early. You can also check for cancellations closer to the day ...

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Reservations You Should Make BEFORE You Go To Disney World

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A Walt Disney World vacation takes an intricate amount of planning because of all the components. Hotel accommodations, dining and flights (if applicable) are just a few things that need to be figured out before you make the trip. Because so many people start planning their trips 180 days out, the earlier you start the better. This will enable you ...

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We’ve Decided to Visit Walt Disney World…Now What?

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Let’s Recap! 1. Start budgeting – It’s no secret that a trip to Walt Disney World can be pretty pricey, especially for larger families.  2. Decide on a time to go – Before you can make any other decisions, you have to figure out what time of year you want to go!  3. Staying on or off property – One ...

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We’ve Decided to Visit Walt Disney World…Now What?

Deciding to take a trip to Walt Disney World is the first step in many on crafting the perfect vacation at the most magical place on earth. Once the initial excitement wears off, now comes the hard part: what do we do next? There are many things that need to be done from the time you decide to visit until ...

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We’ve Decided to Visit Walt Disney World…Now What?

My Disney Experience

5. Buy tickets Once you’ve figured out where you’re staying and how you’re getting there, you can start purchasing tickets! If you plan on staying property, you can book your room and tickets in a package deal, making it a seamless process. If not, you can purchase multi-day tickets separately and add a park hopper, giving you the ability to ...

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What You Need to Know Before Staying at a Walt Disney World Resort

A Walt Disney World vacation always feels a little more complete when you choose to stay on property. There’s something really special about leaving a park and heading ‘home’ to your Walt Disney World resort where the magic is still in large supply. There are many things to know before deciding to stay on property, and we’re breaking down six ...

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What You Need to Know Before Staying at a Walt Disney World Resort

All Star Movies Resort

4. Free transportation around Disney property While parking overnight at a Disney resort may cost a bit of money now, you can still get around the property for free. There are bus stations at every resort with buses arriving every 20 minutes or so. Some resorts offer additional options, such as boats or the monorail. A new form of transportation ...

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