Planning

Disney planning tips, tricks, and advice.

Cruising 101

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February 8, 2016
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The most important piece of information I can provide to anyone considering a cruise, regardless of whether or not you are cruising with Disney or another cruise line, is to read your cruise contract. This past week the Disney Fantasy had to skip its Castaway Cay stop due to mechanical issues with the ship....
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Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen Restaurant in Adventureland.

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February 7, 2016
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    How did I not know about the Skipper Canteen Restaurant? I guess I have to check the blogs more often, because this one just snuck up on me? Did you know about it? Why didn’t you tell me?           It was just an unplanned “expedition” to head to...
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Building a New World Out of the Scraps

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February 6, 2016
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back the Disney that once was… In our memory banks, we all have a favorite Disney ride or show that has been closed or re-imagined. I’m sure we could create a whole new land with just the discarded pieces. Here is what I would put in my new land: 1. Mr Toad’s Wild Ride...
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Concierge on the Disney Dream

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January 28, 2016
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As an Anniversary, Valentine’s Day, Birthday, and Christmas present this past year, my husband Andy surprised me with a cruise of a lifetime. On Valentine’s Day 2015, Andy told me to check my email. I soon found an email confirming us for the January 11, 2015 sailing on the Disney Dream in CONCIERGE!!! If...
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I Believe In Yesterday

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January 22, 2016
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Last year, I registered for the 2016 Princess Half Marathon Weekend’s Disney Princess 5K.  Typically, I’m all in for the half marathon, but wasn’t totally sure I’d be able to go, since I’ve had to miss PHM for the last two years (pregnancy, weddings, not anything important at all).  Even though half marathon entries...
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Keep Your Camera Ready

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December 29, 2015
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. . . While everyone loves that Perfect Picture of the fireworks lighting up the sky behind Cinderella Castle, there’s another type of picture that has recently been catching my eye… . . . . . As a teacher, I was taught a very long time ago to always Expect The Unexpected. Well, the same can...
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Helping to Spread the Magic

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December 15, 2015
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I go to Disney a lot, and each trip is magical. It’s the magic that brings me back. Be it the joy that comes with a walk down Main Street, the feeling in the pit of your stomach as your service elevator plummets down the shaft of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, the...
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Vacationing to Disney with an Infant- Part Four

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December 13, 2015
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Welcome back for my final part in my four part series. In case you missed the first three parts you can find them here, here, and here. Part four in my four part series is: Transportation Options Every time my husband and I have gone to Disney, we have always rented a car. Since we will also have our...
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Disney Sports News

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November 25, 2015

From college hoops to a global sporting event for wounded warriors hosted by a prince, Disney Sports has lined up a phenomenal 6-month schedule of events and experiences for sporting fans of all ages. Let’s take a look at what Disney Sports has in store at the Walt Disney World Resort and the fabulous...
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Vacationing to Disney with an Infant- Part Three

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November 14, 2015
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Hello again! Welcome to the third topic in my four part series! If you missed either of my first two parts you can find them here and here. Part three in my four part series: Dining in Disney with an Infant While planning this trip, my husband and I spent a lot of time discussing our dining options....
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