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Decoding Disney Ticket Options: Upgrades and Exchanges

Decoding Disney Ticket Options: Upgrades and Exchanges

April 1, 2015 No Comments The Walt Disney World admissions system is highly complex. Besides making a brand-new purchase, you can also upgrade your current tickets or even exchange older passes for new RFID-enabled plastic cards. These transactions are complicated and, depending on the type of ticket you have, you might be unable to verify how many days of admission ...

 

Decoding Walt Disney World’s Ticket Options: The Basics

Decoding Walt Disney World’s Ticket Options: The Basics

March 7, 2015 No Comments In 2005, Disney completely dismantled its previous ticket structure in favor of a new program called Magic Your Way. Although a few things have changed since then, the essence of the program remains the same. The more days you buy, the cheaper your per-day price. Special add-ons allow you to further customize your vacation. Decoding ...

 

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Disney on a Shoestring: Are Special Events and Packages Worth the Money?

Disney on a Shoestring: Are Special Events and Packages Worth the Money?

November 1, 2014 No Comments Walt Disney World offers a seemingly endless array of separately priced special events and packages, from Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party to the Feel the Force package during Star Wars Weekends. Events are held after-hours, while packages offer preferential treatment during regular park hours. If you are on a limited budget, you might wonder whether ...

 

Disney on a Shoestring: Lodging

Disney on a Shoestring: Lodging

July 21, 2014 No Comments There is no question that Walt Disney World is an expensive vacation destination. Yet many people feel priced out of the Disney market due to a simple lack of information. While it will never be as cheap as a week at the motel down the street, you can use quite a few cost-cutting measures to ...

 

Disney With Disabilities: Do Sweeping Changes Make Disney Less Disabled-Friendly?

Disney With Disabilities: Do Sweeping Changes Make Disney Less Disabled-Friendly?

May 8, 2014 No Comments   Disney has long been known as a pioneer in accessibility for the disabled. Long before the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 made public access a requirement, Disney was doing what it could to make its parks and resorts more disabled-friendly. Yet some radical changes that began in October 2013 have many in the ...

 

Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Orlando, Florida

Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Orlando, Florida

May 30, 2013 No Comments What has over 1,700 animals, exciting rides and attractions, live entertainment, interactive games and activities, restaurants, shops and more? Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando Florida! This 500-acre conservation-themed park ranks among the world’s top ten most visited amusement parks.  It is also the world’s largest Disney theme park, and is organized into seven ...

 

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Disney’s Magic Kingdom – Orlando, Florida

Disney’s Magic Kingdom – Orlando, Florida

January 30, 2013 No Comments Magic wands, fairy godmothers, evil witches, dashing pirates, princesses, kingdoms and enchantments galore: Disney’s Magic Kingdom is the place where beloved fairytales and a host of other amusements are transformed into thrilling rides and interactive experiences to delight children and grownups of all ages. For anyone who isn’t familiar with the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, ...

 

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Shades of Green Resort: A Military Retreat at Walt Disney World

Shades of Green Resort: A Military Retreat at Walt Disney World

September 10, 2012 No Comments Walt Disney World is internationally known as a premier destination for families. From the tiniest kids to the most elderly grandparents, Disney’s winning formula includes plenty of fun, excitement and wonder for all. What is less known, however, is that in addition to the 26 Disney-owned resorts, 8 partner hotels and 450-home multimillion dollar residential ...

 

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Best Amusement Parks in the USA

Best Amusement Parks in the USA

August 9, 2012 No Comments Amusement parks have long been a preferred venue for families in search of exciting entertainment. From favorite roller coasters, to high-speed thrillers, traditional family and children’s rides, live entertainment, shops and dining, these alphabetically listed parks have something for everyone in the family.     BUSCH GARDENS  WILLIAMSBURG – Williamsburg, Virginia One of the most ...

 

Disneyland Tips for Families with Children: Part II

Disneyland Tips for Families with Children: Part II

December 15, 2010 1 Comment   On my family’s recent vacation to Disneyland—a trip that included six adults, one pre-schooler, and two babies—we learned a lot about making the Disney experience fun and relaxing while traveling with such a large group.  Here are a few more tips (see Disneyland Tips for Families with Children: Part I), that came in handy ...

 

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