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    2016 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Recap

    On Sunday, we attended Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. This recap features photos and our take on the party, including crowds, characters, a value assessment, and random tips. We’re currently still at Walt Disney World, but we’ll have a few “reports” like this, including one from Food & Wine Festival […]

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    A Couple’s Guide to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

    All Aboard! If you’re like us and have never stayed on a cruise ship before, staying at the Yacht Club has a real ‘Grand Ship’ feel about it. The long, wide corridors that lead away from the lobby remind me of what I would expect a big ship to feel like. The wood floors and […]

  • Beach Club
    A Couple’s Guide to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

    All Aboard! If you’re like us and have never stayed on a cruise ship before, staying at the Yacht Club has a real ‘Grand Ship’ feel about it. The long, wide corridors that lead away from the lobby remind me of what I would expect a big ship to feel like. The wood floors and […]

  • Annual passholders can get free glass tumbler at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

    Walt Disney World Annual Passholders can get a neat souvenir for free when visiting the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival this year. Passholders can get a free etched glass tumbler if they visit the Festival three times between September 14 and November 14 (limit of one tumbler per passholder). To verify the visits, guests […]

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    Disneyland announces new holiday offerings

    For this year’s holiday season, the Disneyland Resort is bringing back some guest favorites, updating some popular shows, and adding some new offerings. At Disneyland Park, your favorites are back including Sleeping Beauty’s Winter Castle, A Christmas Fantasy Parade, It’s a Small World Holiday, Haunted Mansion Holiday, and Believe in Holiday Magic Fireworks, which took […]

  • Walt Disney World announces 2017-2018 Ambassadors

    Walt Disney World has chosen their 2017-2018 Ambassador team. Ken Facey and Brandon Peters were chosen to represent the Walt Disney World Resort in a ceremony that took place Monday, September 12, 2016. George A. Kalogridis, president of Walt Disney World Resort, said, “Today we selected two Cast Members who will continue the tradition of […]

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    Work taking place on display cases at Main Street Confectionary

    A refurbishment on the glass display cases at the Main Street Confectionary at the Magic Kingdom is now taking place. The glass cases, which normally hold all of the freshly-baked treats, are currently behind a temporary wall as work takes place over the next 6-8 weeks. While this work takes place, the selection of treats […]

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    Former House of Blues Anaheim building to be torn down

    The former home of the House of Blues in Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort is now set for demolition. House of Blues closed in May to begin a move to nearby GardenWalk.  There have been no plans announced as to what is replacing the House of Blues, but plans were filed recently with the […]

  • Festival of Fantasy Parade Dining Package introduced at Magic Kingdom

    Last month, we reported that Disney was going to be announced a new dining package, one that would take the place of the Main Street Electrical Parade package since the parade will be leaving in October. We now know that beginning October 10, the Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade Dining Package will be introduced. This […]

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    Age vs. Height at the theme parks: Where do you stand?

    This year during my family’s Walt Disney World/Universal Studios Orlando summer vacation, my six-year-old experienced a significant milestone: she was able to ride many rides all by herself…but only at Universal Studios. That’s because while both parks have minimum height requirements for many rides, they differ in their “Ride Alone” policy. Universal’s policy is based on […]