Posts Tagged ‘ Disney ’

Yak and Yeti…and a sad goodbye

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November 13, 2014
Yak and Yeti…and a sad goodbye

Sadly, this is my last article for WDWFanZone.  Unfortunately, life has become very busy and I just do not have the time to put into writing the quality of articles that I’d like to be known for and that WDWFanZone deserves.  It’s been a great year+.  Thank you to Stuart, Lottie, Michelle, and all...
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Zone Into The Facts – Mickey Mouse

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November 13, 2014
Zone Into The Facts – Mickey Mouse

  When the character of a Mickey Mouse was born Walt Disney originally wanted to call him Mortimer. However, Walt’s wife Lillian was not enamored with the name Mortimer and she convinced Walt that Mickey was a more suitable name for this new character.   On November 18, 1928 in New York City the...
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Memory Maker-A Definite Must for Your Most Magical Vacation!

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November 8, 2014
Memory Maker-A Definite Must for Your Most Magical Vacation!

Memory Maker has come a long way since Disney first introduced Disney’s Photopass.  Guests who purchase Memory Maker 3 days or more in advance can get it for a price of $149.00. While initially the price might seem steep-take a look at what is included. Photos Taken by Photopass Photographers throughout the Parks! From the...
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Trick or Treating at Magic Kingdom

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November 1, 2014
Trick or Treating at Magic Kingdom

If you haven’t been to the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party then you are missing a great time at the Magic Kingdom.  This is a ticketed event separate from park admission but that also means smaller crowds.  Your ticket will say 7PM – 12PM but here is a little secret – you can...
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Keeping Disney Close When It’s So Far Away!

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October 30, 2014
Keeping Disney Close When It’s So Far Away!

I’m in the UK so its not realistic to pop on a plane for the weekend. Sometimes theres a very long wait in between my trips. How do I manage? Read on and I will share some of my ideas with you. An important way is to surround myself with an array of Disney...
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Concierge Sailing

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October 19, 2014
Concierge Sailing

On our most recent voyage on the Disney Fantasy we had what I thought would be a once in a lifetime experience; sailing in concierge.  After staying in these accommodations I now believe that this experience is something we will strive to attain again.   Concierge was wonderful!  Yes, it was more expensive; much...
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Disney World – The Scariest Place On Earth?

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October 12, 2014
Disney World – The Scariest Place On Earth?

I can’t believe it’s October already! I usually like writing themed articles especially during holiday months, so I wanted to write about Halloween. I originally drafted an article about Disney Halloween costumes….but I realized I wasn’t saying anything that hasn’t already been said.   So I got to thinking about Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party and...
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What to do on a Sea Day?

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October 3, 2014
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Some may think that a sea day on a cruise is not as exciting as the rest of the cruise when you visit ports, but I think of it as another day to take full advantage of everything a Disney cruise has to offer. So what is there to do on a sea day?...
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Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP Tour

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September 24, 2014
Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP Tour

This past summer, Disney unveiled a new VIP tour, The Ultimate Day for Young Families. When I first read the overview, two thoughts came to mind. First, this sounds like an ultimate FastPass and secondly, “Wow that’s expensive!” The Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP Tour lasts from seven- to eight-hours and costs $299...
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Maleficent the Magnificent

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August 19, 2014
Maleficent the Magnificent

Never have I enjoyed a movie so much when I wasn’t sure I even wanted to see it in the first place!   Maleficent – if you don’t read any further, read this…..RUN don’t walk to see this amazing movie! Maleficent was released on May 30, 2014. I was unable to attend opening weekend and...
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