Posts Tagged ‘ Disneyland ’

Planning 2015 Disney Trip Dilemma

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February 27, 2015
Planning 2015 Disney Trip Dilemma

In 2014, I had the luxury of three long trips to a Disney park. I started 2015 with no trips at all booked. What a dismal thought! So being a proactive girl. I sat and looked realistically at my budget. I have to add that word realistic in there because without it, you and...
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My Interview With Artist Joel Christopher Payne, Part II

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February 16, 2015
My Interview With Artist Joel Christopher Payne, Part II

Hello everyone, this is part 2 of my amazing opportunity to interview artist Joel Christopher Payne. I hope you enjoyed this glimpse at how he became a an artist and his love for Disney.   What are your thoughts on being featured in Galleries in Disney? He loves the idea, he is showcased in...
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Christmas at Disney

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January 30, 2015
Christmas at Disney

In 2014, I went to Disneyland a whopping three times, the last trip being for the Christmas and New Year period. As all guests, I was wowed by its beauty and the marvelled at the glorious decorations. However, I would like to share a few of my holiday photos in a way of explaining...
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Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend – Rebel Challenge Recap

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January 26, 2015
Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend – Rebel Challenge Recap

Last weekend I was fortunate enough to be a part of the inaugural Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend—taking part in the Rebel Challenge. The weekend’s events offered runners 5K, 10K, ½ marathon, and kids races. The Rebel Challenge was offered to those of us runners who were crazy enough to do both the 10K...
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Disneyland Holiday Traditions for the Brave and Determined

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December 19, 2014
Disneyland Holiday Traditions for the Brave and Determined

Merry Christmas! Happy Chanukah! And what ever else your family celebrates, may it be joyous! This month, I’d like to share my family’s Disney holiday tradition. Be warned, it’s not for the faint of heart. We visit Disneyland every year on the weekend before Thanksgiving to take photos for our holiday card. Yes, on...
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runDisney: California vs. Florida

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December 12, 2014
Coast to Coast Challenge Complete!

Last month, I completed runDisney’s Coast to Coast Challenge.  It was nothing short of amazing, but what else would you expect from Disney?  For those of you not in on the lingo, the Coast to Coast Challenge medal is awarded to those completing runDisney races, a half marathon or longer, at both Walt Disney...
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This Is Christmas

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November 22, 2014
This Is Christmas

While I was racking my brain trying to figure out what I wanted to write about this month the theme from Nightmare Before Christmas was stuck in my head I took this as a sign that (1) I took one too many rides on the Haunted Mansion Holiday on my recent trip to Disneyland...
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Disneyland for the WDW Fan

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November 20, 2014
Disneyland for the WDW Fan

Hi, I’m Jennifer. Nice to meet you! For my first post I asked myself what WDW Fans really want to know about the Disneyland resort. I thought I would start with a compare and contrast of Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom.  At first glance, they are pretty similar.  Sure, the Magic Kingdom has the...
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Disney WAYBACK Machine – Walt at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair Part 3 – It’s a Small World

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October 23, 2014
Disney WAYBACK Machine – Walt at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair Part 3 – It’s a Small World

The second of the four attractions Walt did for the World’s Fair that we will look at is “It’s a Small World”. If there is one truly iconic Disney attraction that would be recognized almost universally, it would arguably be “It’s a Small World”. Did you know that this attraction came very close to...
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Listening Delights – Some Podcasts To Try!

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August 26, 2014
Listening Delights – Some Podcasts To Try!

From my first visit to Walt Disney World to now, I can’t believe the quantity and quality of advice there is for the first time visitor. On my first trip, I was mainly reliant on guidebooks, however now there is so much information available within a few clicks but the issue now is quality...
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