Author Archives: Sandra

Sandra Chu lives in the Midwest with her husband and two daughters. She is a Canadian lawyer, but became a stay-at-home Mom when she moved to the US in 2007. She fell in love with Disney World on her first trip in her late 20's and has since been back over 30 times. She loves helping people plan their Disney vacations and has been lucky enough to turn this into a career! She works as an independent agent with The Enchanted Traveler, helping people plan all types of magical dream vacations with Disney, including Disney cruises and Adventures By Disney vacations. She has been to Disney at all times of year, with kids of all ages, and has mastered the art of doing Disney with princesses! She is now exploring Disney with a tween. Every trip is a bit different, but always magical! You can find her on Facebook under The Enchanted Traveler.

10 Things We Love About Narcoosse’s At Walt Disney World


Nestled on the shores of the Seven Seas Lagoon, across from Cinderella’s Castle, is Narcoossee’s, one of Disney’s finest signature dining restaurants. Narcoossee’s is part of the Grand Floridian Resort and serves innovative fresh seafood, as well as high-quality steaks and other items. The atmosphere is upscale yet casual, the service is impeccable and the food is superb. It’s worth ...

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Top 10 Reasons Why We Love The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

A magical thing happened at Disney World that changed life for little princesses forever! Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique opened in the World of Disney Store at what was Downtown Disney (now “Disney Springs”). Little girls can not only meet princesses face-to-face, but they can become them too! Since then, the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique has expanded and improved, now offering multiple locations ...

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How To Plan Your Itinerary For Magic Kingdom In 10 Easy Steps

Cinderella's Castle and Tomorrowland

Congratulations! You’ve successfully booked your Disney trip and you can’t wait to get there and start your dream vacation! Now all you have to do is book your Fastpasses and your dining reservations and you’re good to go! But as we all know, this isn’t an easy task, is it? Disney World is larger than San Francisco, with 4 parks, ...

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8 Reasons Walt Disney World Deluxe Resorts Are Worth The Extra Money

Beach Club Pool

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of staying at a Disney resort, you’ll know that there’s no such thing as a bad Disney hotel. All Disney resort properties are well-maintained, expertly themed and offer certain standard Disney perks, such as access to Disney transportation and Disney’s Magical Express, early access to dining and Fastpass+ reservations, complimentary magic bands, airline check-in ...

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Top 10 Things You’ll Love About the Boardwalk Inn

Boardwalk Inn

The Boardwalk Inn is the centerpiece of Disney’s Boardwalk area, a quarter-mile promenade featuring unique shops, dining and entertainment, set on the shores of Crescent Lake, between Hollywood Studios and Epcot. As a luxury hotel, the Boardwalk Inn is one of Disney’s true gems, reminiscent of the boardwalk inns in the many seaside communities around the country at the turn-of-the-century. ...

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Top 10 Disney World Rides Families Shouldn’t Miss

So you’re going to Disney World and you know that your family is going to skip merrily around the parks, joyfully riding all the rides together and agreeing on everything the entire time! That’s what you saw on the planning DVD anyway! But even at the most magical place on earth that isn’t likely to happen, is it? In reality, ...

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What You Should and Shouldn’t Do On Your 1st Day At Disney World

You’ve arrived at Disney World and, whether it’s your first time or your 21st time, you’re anxious to start experiencing everything that Disney has to offer. Slow down and take a breath though! You’re finally here and will be for a few days, so don’t wear yourself out right away! Take the time to relax and do a few things ...

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Top 6 Hidden Gems at Walt Disney World Resort

To the rookie Disney traveler, Disney World often seems like it will be one gigantic theme park full of hour long lines that is so loud, so crowded and so expensive that they will just want to get in, ride the rides and get out at the end of the day! That is the case with many theme parks after ...

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