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13 of the Best Places to Take a Mid Day Break in the Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World includes Main Street, USA, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, and Adventureland. From the moment you enter the Magic Kingdom until you leave, it is a day filled with exciting thrill rides, colorful parades, musical shows, and many other extraordinary attractions. At some point, your body says, “take a break!”, and it is very ...

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14 Stunning Facts About Fanatsmic

Fantasmic

Disney shows are unlike any other show you’ve ever seen. They’re filled magic, stunning detail, and, of course, beloved Disney characters. One of the most popular shows at Walt Disney World is Fantasmic! Located at Hollywood Studios, Fantasmic! is a night time spectacular that combines a number of our favorite Disney films into one mesmerizing show of good versus evil. ...

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8 Amazing Facts About Kali River Rapids

Kali

Kali River Rapids in the Animal Kingdom is absolutely my favorite ride in all of Walt Disney World. While others can be found riding Everest over and over, you can find me and my middle child circling back around for ride after ride if the wait time is good. We can’t get enough of the who-will-get-soaked-this-time surprises and the laughter ...

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10 Things You Must Try At The Next Epcot Food And Wine Festival

Food And Wine Festival

This year’s 20th Annual Epcot Food and Wine Festival begins Sept 25th and runs through Nov 16th. If you have been before I do not need to tell you much about it, but if you have not been before, it is a great event for adults and groups of friends to spend time together. I have not been going for ...

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12 Things You’ll Love About Epcot’s Norway Pavilion

At World Showcase in Epcot, guests have the chance to visit countries from around the world in a matter of hours. One of these countries is Norway. Even before the Disney film Frozen was released, drawing more attention to the country that inspired the fictional town of Arendelle, the Norway pavilion was and still is a great place to stop ...

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12 Experiences You Can’t Miss in Magic Kingdom’s Adventureland

Jungle Cruise

Originally envisioned to capitalize on the success of early Walt Disney nature documentaries like The African Lion, Disneyland’s Adventureland was initially going to feature live animals. When zoologists convinced Walt that live animals would present too many problems to overcome, the land evolved into something a little bit different. Now a fixture of every Disneyland-styled theme park at every Disney ...

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12 Things We Love About the Mexico Pavilion in Epcot

When visiting World Showcase in Epcot, many guests make the Mexico pavilion their first stop. Not only does this pavilion have an attraction, but it also contains many interesting gems that share parts of the Mexican culture with guests. 12. The Exterior Unlike the other pavilions that offer a courtyard or garden area, the bulk of the Mexico pavilion is ...

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7 Things You Will Love About Restaurant Marrakesh In Epcot

Restaurant Marrakesh

Restaurant Marrakesh is one of Epcot’s most hidden restaurant gems. Located in the back of the Morocco pavilion, it can be hard to spot if you don’t know it’s there. This restaurant has everything you want when immersed in one of Epcot’s international pavilions between the ambiance, and the entertainment and all of the glorious food options! Here are seven ...

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7 Fantastic Places to Eat in Epcot’s Future World

Garden Grill

Epcot is Walt Disney World’s second theme park. It opened in October of 1982. Although it is not exactly what Walt Disney had imagined, it has proved to be one of the world’s most popular theme parks. When Walt Disney died in December of 1966, the Disney imagineers were unsure of what to do with Walt’s vision for EPCOT. Eventually, ...

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