Author Archives: Tony

Born in Connecticut and a veteran of the United States Navy stationed at Pearl Harbor Hawaii, Tony currently works as a web designer in New York City and is a Disney Annual Passholder. He travels several times a year to Walt Disney World in Orlando where he enjoys photographing EVERYTHING Disney, exploring new restaurants and attractions and just being in that positive Disney vibe. Tony is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to planning Disney vacations and enjoys sharing his tips and tricks with his friends and family. "There's nothing like the feeling of knowing your next Disney trip is right around the corner, knowing that you'll be back in the magic soon!"

Top 5 Must Do’s on Main Street USA In Magic Kingdom

Main Street U.S.A. was created by Walt Disney as a kind of tribute to his hometown, Marceline, Missouri. Everything Walt Disney did with Disneyland and Walt Disney World was to commemorate small town U.S.A. This simplistic lifestyle and tribute to America is something that has always been very near and dear to Walt’s incredibly patriotic heart. The Walt Disney Railroad ...

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5 Things You Should Know About Disney’s Monorail System

One of the rites of passage of every Disney guest is boarding the Walt Disney World Monorail System and being whisked into the Magic Kingdom or Epcot. There is simply nothing that creates the magic quite like riding the monorail into one of the parks and enjoying the company of others who are on board with you and equally elated. ...

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4 Reasons Why You Should Visit the EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival – Early March

Each year I travel to Walt Disney World in Florida for 3 unique events. Halloween, for the Food and Wine Festival, Christmas, because… well Christmas in Walt Disney World is just awesome, and of course in the Spring for EPCOT’s International Flower and Garden Festiva! Spring is closer than you think and fun is the definitely the flavor this year ...

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4 Ways the 1964-65 Worlds Fair Made Walt Disney World the Place it is Today!

I recently visited the grounds of the 1964-65 World’s Fair in Queens New York with one goal… to shoot an epic time lapse of the sun setting behind the iconic Unisphere. Arriving on a very cold January day, it took my breath away as I caught my first real glimpse of the Unisphere. A massive 12-story high, spherical stainless steel ...

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5 of the LAZIEST things to do at Walt Disney World Parks

Anyone who has ever visited Walt Disney World knows how exhausting a day in the parks can be, specially if you are traveling with a group of kids who’s energy seems limitless and adventure never-ending. Fear not, Disney parks offer a multitude of activities that aren’t very active at all. Embrace your lazy side with 5 of the laziest things ...

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5 Mistakes 1st Time Visitors Make At Disney

Trying to squeeze everything into your first trip to Walt Disney World can be overwhelming. Having visited WDW many times, I know how tempting it is to just show up and go, but take it from, these simple guidelines will electrify the magic and put you in the crosshairs of the full Walt Disney World experience! 5. Stay on property ...

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4 Ways To Truly Embrace The Magic At Walt Disney World Resort

Cinderella's Castle

What is it about the Disney experience that is so near and dear to those who continue to return year after year? Since the time I began taking my own daughter to Walt Disney World, I have evolved to not just going to Disney, but being a part of the experience or should I say allowing the experience to be ...

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