Sunset Seasons Greetings – This Year at Hollywood Studios

If you’re a frequent visitor of Walt Disney World during the holidays then you probably loved the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights. I’m sure you’d agree that Osborne was awesome! I really missed it last year; Hollywood Studios just wasn’t the same without it. This year, though, I’m happily hopeful for the new holiday celebration Disney has announced, Sunset

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 30 – Fun Ride Secrets

There are many hidden secrets all around Walt Disney World. Disney Imagineers are a rare breed and you can imagine that their quirky personalities might spill over into little extra fun added to the rides and attractions. This is not limited to the large number of Hidden Mickeys around the parks but includes special secrets on rides as well. Today,

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 18 – See the 2nd Show

If you are visiting when there are 2 showings of Fantasmic at Hollywood Studios, always see the second showing. The line will be much shorter and you’ll get better seats. Many people wait for the show, but then leave the park immediately after. On days with morning Extra Magic Hours, this is especially true. Families with young children will be spent by late afternoon. Sometimes,

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 10 – Rider Swap

Walt Disney created Disneyland so that families could enjoy riding together and creating special memories. Most rides at Disney World were created for families and guests of all ages to enjoy together. Still, there are a few Disney World rides that have height requirements, and some can be a bit scary for little ones as well. Here is the list of rides with height requirements:

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip – Day 7: The International Gateway

Guests new to Disney may not know that EPCOT park has two entrances: the main entrance and the International Gateway. The main entrance is in the front of the park (on the Future World side) and that is the entrance used by guests arriving by car, Disney bus or monorail. The International Gateway connects EPCOT with Hollywood Studios and the Boardwalk Resorts. Guests walking

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Thursday Thrills: Rock N Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith

One of my favorite rides at Hollywood Studios, second of course to my all time favorite – The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror,  is Rock N Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith. Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith is an enclosed steel roller coaster and it is a beast! It is a totally awesome ride and my family loves it. The queue

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Minnie’s Seasonal Dining

Minnie’s Seasonal Dining is being offered throughout 2016. My family and I dined at Minnie’s Holiday Dine in December and we all loved it. Now, Minnie is inviting guests to meet her and all her friends —  Mickey, Donald, Daisy and Goofy — for dinner celebrations centered on seasonal “deliciousness.” This dining experience mixes unique music and décor with menu items

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Club Disney – A Gem Inside Hollywood Studios

During our recent trip to Walt Disney World, my family and I discovered a gem inside Hollywood Studios called Club Disney. Club Disney opened on December 4 and it is a great place for children to have fun and parents to recharge. Club Disney is located inside Sunset Showcase on Sunset Boulevard, right past the Rock N Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith. When

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For the Love of Osborne!

I absolutely LOVE the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights. I have written about this many times and I simply cannot say enough about this magical holiday experience. During our early-December trips, you can find me sitting with a hot cup of coffee from the Writer’s Stop, gazing at this beautiful spectacle and thanking God for the blessing of being able to

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Tips for a Successful Disney Trip

Traveling to Walt Disney World is one of the greatest pleasures your family will ever experience. Days spent together having fun and being away from the stresses of life are some of the best you can imagine. Still, things can go wrong. Afterall, kids get tired and hungry, parents get frustrated, plans fall through. Believe me, I’ve been there and

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