Main Street Flag

Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Disney’s Main Street Flags

Published by Erin Bonsall

Main Street USA at Walt Disney World is a fictional town that was modeled after Walt Disney’s hometown of Marceline, Missouri. The street is filled with Dapper Dan’s, shops, characters, our favorite; Casey’s Corner, and it is where the magical parades come down as guests wave in excitement. But have you ever walked down Main […]

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Disney Bay Lake Pool

The Best DVC Resort Pools

Published by Erin Bonsall

As the Florida sun starts warming up the parks, more Disney go’ers are looking for pools to cool down in. Disney resorts are home to some of the most relaxing, fun, and amazing pools we have ever seen! Each resort has a different theme or something special to offer. DVC resorts have some of my […]

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Cinderella Castle at Night

A 3-Hour Fun Filled Disney Park Night

Published by Erin Bonsall

A couple of weeks ago, I joined my husband on one of his work trips in the Orlando area. He had nights free so of course to Disney we went! We started our night at the Wilderness Lodge to enjoy a delicious meal at Geyser Point. After that we decided to jump on the ferry […]

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disney cruise line ship

Disney Cruise Line Summer 2023 Itineraries

Published by Rodrigo Covarrubias

The magic of Disney does not only take place on land. You can discover tons of new adventures as you set sail on a Disney cruise together with your family, the most iconic Disney characters, and even with those from a Galaxy far, far away. You know you can’t go wrong; take your holidays to […]

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Planning Your First Disney Vacation: What To Do And What To Avoid

Published by Liz C.

Planning your first Disney World vacation can seem overwhelming. From choosing when to go, which hotel to book, how to navigate the parks, and much more, planning a trip to Disney World can feel like a full time job. To help you simplify the process and make the most of your trip, here are some […]

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Changes Are Being Made To Disney World’s Genie+

Published by Emily Murray

Disney launched their FastPass+ replacement, Genie+, in fall of 2021. Since then, several changes have been made to the service such as adding new attraction options and indoor character meet and greets. This week, more adjustments to Genie Plus were announced. What’s Changing? The main change being made to Genie+ is when you will be […]

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DVC Old Key West Resort at Disney World

Tips For Your First Stay At DVC’s Old Key West Resort

Published by Tracy Engstrand

Resort Overview If you love the romance and charm of the Florida Keys, but Walt Disney World is your destination, Disney’s Old Key West Resort is the place for you. The “original” Disney Vacation Club Resort reflects the heritage of Florida. The resort was modeled after the famous vacation destination of the Florida keys from […]

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Aunty's Beach House Disney Aulani

Aunty’s Beach House To Reopen At Disney Aulani On May 25

Published by Shelley Wehler

With continued easing Covid-19 restrictions in the state of Hawaii, Disney Aulani Resort announced great news this week: Aunty’s Beach House will reopen on May 25, 2022! This resort-exclusive kids club is typically popular among families who visit Aulani, but has remained closed even after the resort reopened on November 1, 2020 after being closed […]

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Magic Kingdom Train Station

Last Minute Tips for Your Upcoming Disney Trip

Published by Erin Bonsall

You have been planning your trip for months, maybe even years! It is finally the week of your Disney dream vacation and you begin to panic you will forget something. We have all been there! Everyone wants their Disney vacation to be smooth and stress free, and the fear of forgetting something important is real. […]

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5 Reasons To Not Skip The American Adventure Pavilion In EPCOT’s World Showcase

Published by Shelley Wehler

When strolling around the World Showcase, you may be inclined to just walk on by The American Adventure Pavilion. It seems logical that since you’re in the “World” Showcase, you might want to explore the food and cultures of other countries and not spend time in the pavilion representing the United States. I won’t dispute […]

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