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Our New Favorite Treats Around Disney World Parks

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Walt Disney World Resort is home to a number of delicious novelty eats, from distinctive cuisine features at some of their famed restaurant venues to on-the-go simple snacks that are anything but. Wherever your taste buds take you, you’re sure to encounter magical morsels that are unique to Disney, and sometimes even specific to a particular location within Walt Disney ...

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Why We’re Crazy About The Restaurants at Disney Springs

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Formerly the nightclub area of Walt Disney World, Downtown Disney went through a huge transformation after the closing Pleasure Island. Refocusing its attention to becoming a more family-friendly destination, this shopping and dining area had somewhat of an identity struggle. However, this all changed back in 2016. The reimagined and reinvented Disney Springs drew in more guests than ever before ...

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The Best Places to Go for Ice Cream Outside of Walt Disney World Parks

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It’s no secret that Florida has some seriously hot weather. Even if you happen to be visiting in the winter, you’ll probably experience some pretty high temperatures, and those visiting in summer will definitely want to seek ways to cool off.  Of course, one of the best ways to cool off after a warm day in the Disney Parks is ...

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Dining With Snow White at Artist Point – A Storybook Dining Review

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Heigh ho, heigh ho, it’s off to Artist Point we go!  Once a “hidden gem” of sorts among the Signature Dining experiences at Walt Disney World, dinner at Artist Point has been transformed into an enchanted forest for a brand new character dining experience.  This news came with mixed reception, as fans of the restaurant lamented the loss of a ...

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A 2 Day Plan for Visiting Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park

When most people think of Walt Disney World visions of Cinderella Castle come to mind. The Magic Kingdom is the place for pixie dust fueled fun and is a park we Disney fanatics want to visit again and again. There is so much to see, do, taste, enjoy and experience in the Magic Kingdom.  Lucky for you we have the ...

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Magic Kingdom Isn’t Just for Kids – 10 Things Adults Will Love!

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Sometimes the Magic Kingdom gets a reputation as a park that’s only fun for small kids. With attractions like Dumbo, Winnie the Pooh, and Peter Pan, there’s definitely plenty that appeals to a younger crowd. But then there’s so much that the young at heart appreciate in the Magic Kingdom as well. Some adults love visiting the park simply for ...

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The Hottest Attractions Coming To Walt Disney World Resort

The magic of Disney is rapidly growing, as evidenced through the vast array of shows, movies, and entertainments as well as the forever-emerging developments seen in Disney Parks around the world. What’s more, the already seemingly perfect attractions Disney Parks are known for are constantly being enhanced or altogether reimagined to create new opportunities and lasting legacies you wouldn’t have ...

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How Disney Is Winning Over Even the Staunchest of Disney Haters

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From grumpy teenagers to tourists that are too ‘grownup’ to enjoy a whimsical theme park, Disney has been pulling out the big guns to impress. More so than ever before, the Walt Disney World resort is bursting with new and exciting offerings for guests of all ages and tastes. Never again can a visitor label WDW as a place for ...

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Disney Park or Disney Cruise? Which Experience Is Right For Your Family This Year?

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It’s time to plan your yearly family vacation! Obviously, it’s going to be Disney. However, choosing between the Disney Parks and a Disney Cruise can be quite the challenge. After all, they both offer a seriously good time, and finding problems with either vacation can be pretty difficult. Of course, this challenge becomes even more difficult if you haven’t experienced ...

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