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15 Tips For Optimizing Your Time At Walt Disney World

Cinderella's Castle Clock

When planning your Disney World vacation, you definitely want to make every moment count. Here are some ways to optimize your time inside the parks… 15. Arrive Early – We say it all the time on this site—don’t sleep in on a park day! Arriving at rope-drop is not just fun, it also allows you to be one of the ...

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5 Tips for Tackling Disney World Without Kids

Castle with sunset

When conjuring images of Disney World, most people will think of children meeting their favorite characters for the first time or smiling as their ship takes flight on Peter Pan’s Flight, but there is much on Disney property for adults to enjoy without kids. Whether your next trip is an adults-only affair or if you are just looking for a ...

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8 Step Planning Process For Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World

Heading to the happiest place on earth is so incredibly exciting no matter how old you are or what your reason for traveling is. There is a lot of planning involved to make sure your trip goes as perfect as you envision it to be. Here are eight steps that are essential to planning your next Disney trip! 8. Transportation ...

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10 Tips For Making The Most Of A Rainy Day At Walt Disney World

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A damp day at Walt Disney World is still incredible. Don’t let a factor as fickle as the weather dictate the fun you have at Walt Disney World, follow these tips to make the most out of any weather at Walt Disney World. 10. Enjoy An Indoor Activity Like Bowling or The AMC Theatre. For guests looking to escape a ...

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12 WDW Attractions that Every Big Kid Will Love

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Walt Disney World can seem pretty overwhelming for families with big kids who fall somewhere between the ages of 7-12. There are so many awesome things to see and do that are geared toward this age range that it’s hard for them to pick and choose what they want to do! These are just some attractions that are sure to ...

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10 Things You Really Should Know About Walt Disney World

Disney Castle

With any vacation that involves some advance planning, you’re always going to come across some do’s and don’ts for the trip. A Disney vacation is no different—read on to discover ten rules you should definitely follow for a great vacation to Walt Disney World: 1) Start planning early The earlier you have your stay booked, the earlier you can start ...

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12 Things Most Walt Disney World First Timers Don’t Know

Cinderella's Castle

1) The parks can be VERY crowded A lot of first time Disney guests have no idea how crowded the parks can be, even on an average or slow time of year. In addition, they are usually unaware of when the busy seasons are. I’ve heard guests in Walt Disney World on Christmas week who were surprised that the parks ...

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10 Reasons You Should Relocate To Orlando and Work At Walt Disney World

Bubble Lady

We’ve all been there; there are (good or bad) days when many of us close our eyes and envision ourselves putting in our two-week notice, relocating to Orlando, and working for the mouse himself. There is nothing more magical than working at Walt Disney World, and while there are a plethora of reasons to change your career, here are 10 ...

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9 Things We Love About Disney’s Monorail

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Walt Disney World’s Monorail system is one of the most ridden monorail systems in all the world. With a track of almost 15 miles it can be a great way to get around Walt Disney World as well as a wonderful not to be missed attraction at the resort. Here are my top 9 reasons why we love Disney’s Monorail. ...

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8 Cool Ways to Travel Around the Walt Disney World Resort

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When you think of Walt Disney World, if you picture your local theme park, think again! Because of Walt Disney’s original idea for E.P.C.O.T. (Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow), Disney World is really more like a large city, with its own local city works department, fire department, roads and transportation. There are many ways to get around Disney World, including ...

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