School’s Starting – Time to Plan Next Summer’s Disney Vacation

How do you plan for your family’s Summer vacation? Do you book it when you get your income tax refund and pay a big chunk (or maybe pay it in full, if you’re lucky), do you book it and pay your deposit and then not pay anything else until it is due before travel, or do you plan it out

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Visiting Disneyland with Food Allergies

Travel used to be easy for me before I developed food allergies. Nowadays, planning my trips requires a bit more effort, and such was the case for my last trip to Disneyland in August, 2016. Since I was traveling to Disneyland for the first time with food allergies, I reached out to Disneyland’s Special Diets Team. I wanted to share my experience

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Every Booking is A Chance to Win!

In celebration of the release of the new Beauty and the Beast live-action movie, every package booked with me (including room and tickets) for travel in 2017, and booked through April 20, 2017, will be eligible to win a Limited Edition Beauty and the Beast Magicband-2 AND a $50 Disney gift card. Both the magicband and the gift card will

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 31 – Using A Disney Agent (ME!)

Thank you so much for joining me for the #Write31days challenge. It has been quite a challenge to write for 31 days straight. That alone is quite a challenge, but adding in the birth of my 3rd granddaughter, as well as my own trip to Walt Disney World to celebrate my first-born granddaughter’s 5th birthday, it has been a doozie! I hope

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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 29 – Characters in Character

Characters at Walt Disney World are so much more than just guys, girls, men and women dressed in costumes for pictures and autographs. Disney characters are exactly that! If you see a character like Drizella or Mary Poppins or Anna, ask them a question about their movie and they will go right into character. This is just one more thing

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 28 – Bag Check

I found during my most recent trip to Disney World that the security lines are still moving as slowly as ever. New guests may not realize it, but every guest who visits the Disney parks with any type of bag must go through bag check before entering the gate. In order to try to help make the process a little easier for

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 27 – Electrical Water Pageant

As you leave the Magic Kingdom in the evening, or walk around the properties of any of the nearby Disney resorts at night, you may see and hear a true Disney treat. The Electrical Water Pageant is a floating parade transported by a one-thousand-foot-long string of barges that travels the Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake every evening. It is

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 26 – Tom Sawyer Island

Have you ever been to Tom Sawyer Island inside the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World? I am often asked by my guests just what Tom Sawyer Island is, so I thought I would share some pictures with you today of what can be found across the Rivers of America. Tom Sawyer Island is a lushly-landscaped outdoor playground in Frontierland where

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31 Tips for Your Disney World Trip: Day 24 – Photos at the Parks

A trip to Disney World is a must for every family as far as I’m concerned. There is nothing better than sharing fun times with those we love. Planning a magical vacation can get quite expensive, though, and families must decide what they definitely want for their trip and what they can do without. There are many ways families try to minimize

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