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The Perfect Getaway

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When most people think of Walt Disney World, they picture a fantastic place for families. Of course it has earned that reputation, Orlando is the top family vacation destination in the country. That does not mean that you should skip Walt Disney World if there are no kids in your travel group. I think it’s […]

Ten Second Tips

Ten Second Tip: MagicBands and Parking

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If you’re staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel or if you are an Annual Passholder, theme park parking is free. Just scan your MagicBand when you go through the plaza. Have your ID ready as well. I’ve been told by several Cast Members that they are going to check IDs more often before […]

Epcot

The Impossible Is Possible

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On Friday, September 28, I was part of the audience for a Back to Basics presentation on Impossible Burger. The company has been around since 2011. They make a meat substitute that mimics the real thing. Impossible Foods is based in Oakland, CA. We learned that Impossible did not want to make a good veggie […]

Magic Kingdom

Disney Early Morning Magic Is Expanding

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Disney Early Morning Magic is a special ticketed event that allows a small group of people to hit parts of a park before it opens to the general public. It includes breakfast, as well as access to some of the rides. Currently there are two versions available; Disney Early Morning Magic- Toy Story Land and […]

Disney's Animal Kingdom

Become a Party Animal in 2019!

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I’ve shared already about the special offerings that are going to start in 2019 at the Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. I’ve also given you some information about the first two festivals that will take place at Epcot next year. Now it’s time to talk about Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Can you believe that in […]

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Ten Second Tip: Bag Check and Security, Part Two

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Sometimes everyone will be required to go through the metal detectors at the theme park entrances. Often, though, only a percentage will be asked to go through. If you’re picked, it’s not because you looked suspicious or that you’re being called out. I’ve been told that the Security team will count, and if you hit […]