Tag Archives: Disney

Ringing in the New Year at Walt Disney World

The holidays are in full swing at Walt Disney World Resort, with festive decorations, spirited shows, and holiday parades and parties to bah away any scrooge’s humbugs. Celebrations continue as the year draws to a close, ringing in 2013 with … Continue reading

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9 Disney Thanksgiving Crafts & Recipes

Here in the United States, we celebrate a special holiday in the fall called Thanksgiving. It’s a special time to remember and express gratitude for those brave men and women who left their homelands and journeyed to an unknown land. … Continue reading

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Spending Christmas Holidays at Disney World? Prepare Your Kids For This…

By Amanda, Disney’s Cheapskate Princess. Debates will rage as to when is the best time to visit Walt Disney World. I am a public high school teacher, so it’s hard for me to play hookey and travel to Orlando while school … Continue reading

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Dressing Up Disney by Jessica!

If your little girl would like to be transformed into a princess, then a visit to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a must!  The Boutique now has two locations, one at Downtown Disney and another at the base of the … Continue reading

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Driving to Walt Disney World With Kids

Do you drive to Walt Disney World with your family?  We typically do.  It’s about a 10 hour drive from our front door to WDW.  We try to drive interstates the whole way and we try to make as few … Continue reading

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5 Items to Leave at Home When Traveling to Disney

By Frances I have traveled to Walt Disney World Resort & the Disneyland Resort lots of times. Here is a list of items that I find that I pack but rarely use. 1. Dressy Outfit for dinner: I have packed … Continue reading

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Do You Have a Favorite Child to Bring On a Disney Vacation?

By Amanda from  Disney’s Cheapskate Princess. While I got dressed for work as a public high school teacher one morning this week, I listened to an interesting story on NBC’s The Today Show. Today Moms’ editor Rebecca Dube blogged about it … Continue reading

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Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Luau Dinner Show

Spirit of Aloha is an all-you-care-to-eat, family-style luau and stage performance featuring hula dancing and fire-baton entertainment at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. Held in a covered, open-air dinner theater along the scenic shores of Seven Seas Lagoon, the show is a … Continue reading

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Planning for Souvenirs

Most families spend a lot of time planning for their trip to Walt Disney World.  They work with the Disney web site or a travel agent to plan the perfect vacation.  They look at ticket options, room rates, and dining … Continue reading

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Reader Question – Haunted Carriage Rides

“We go each year to Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party. I would love to get some information on the Haunted Carriage Rides”. Posted by Debra. Well Debra, as you may know the Haunted Halloween Carriage Rides have been historically … Continue reading

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