Magic Kingdom

Returning Home

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Yesterday (July 9) was my Passholder Preview at the Magic Kingdom. The number of guests was extremely limited, at times I almost felt like I was at an After Hours event. I don’t know if it will be the same capacity once the Magic Kingdom opens to the public tomorrow. Since there were so few […]

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Ticket Sales and Resort Bookings to Resume on July 9!

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Ticket sales for the Walt Disney World theme parks, as well as resort reservations, are set to resume tomorrow (July 9). The information was released by Disney Parks Blog. You can see it directly from the source here. The post was written by Avery Maehrer, Manager of Communications, Walt Disney World Resort. Here’s what it […]

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What Is in My Bag

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With the Walt Disney World theme parks reopening, a lot of people are asking what to pack. I thought that it might be a good idea to mention what I have in my bag. Some things are new, others have been on my list all along. I also have the obvious things, such as my […]

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Flicks & Fireworks

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If you’re in Orlando this weekend and you’re looking for something fun to do in the evening, you might want to check out what SeaWorld Orlando has planned. They are going to hold what they are calling Flicks & Fireworks. It will take place in the SeaWorld parking lot. With Flicks & Fireworks, the parking […]

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The Tri-State Quarantine Continues

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Back when Coronavirus cases started to rise in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, many people flocked to Florida. Because of this, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ordered that anyone traveling from these three states self-quarantine for 14 days when entering Florida. It was part of a larger order that declared a […]

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Dining Reservations Open for All

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When Walt Disney World began its reopening plan, one casualty was dining reservations. All reservations were canceled, and the ability to make new reservations were put on hold. Dining reservations reopened a few days ago for those who had reservations canceled. Now, dining reservations are once again open for all. Anyone can now make reservations […]

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Why I’m Not Worried

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We are just days away from the Walt Disney World theme parks opening once again. This is all happening while Florida is a coronavirus hotspot. There are a lot of people who say that Walt Disney World should remain closed, but I am not worried about the reopening. I have no doubt that Walt Disney […]

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Sunday Savings Series: Is It Worth It Right Now?

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A little over two years ago my sister was planning a once in a lifetime Walt Disney World vacation with her kids and grandkids. She and her husband were about to hit a milestone anniversary, and they wanted to celebrate! My sister had plenty of questions, and I had plenty of answers. I realized that […]

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The Recent Florida Resident Passholder Problem

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There are plenty of reasons to live in Florida. One of them is that we get discounts on all kinds of cool stuff. This includes at Walt Disney World. Florida Residents are eligible for several different passes that are not available to those who live out of state. We can also pay on a payment […]

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Rumored Changes for When the Parks Reopen

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I have heard of several changes that will take place once the Walt Disney World theme parks reopen next week. I heard about these modifications from Cast Members. Since they were not officially announced by Disney, I’m am calling them rumors. All of them make sense to me. Trams According to a Cast Member, there […]