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Posted by on Feb 27, 2013

Spring Break Walt Disney World Trip Planning Schedule

Author: Disney DivaSo you’ve decided to take your family to Walt Disney World for Spring Break huh? Maybe its in March, maybe its in April, either way…. since its February, its getting CLOSE. you need to make sure that you’ve done all the things that you need to do to have the best trip you can have. Enter Disney Diva’s planning schedule stage right. Warning: This post is LONG. Why? Because it is a 6 month plan crammed into 1 month. All of this info has been spread out to read more in depth over the site so EXPLORE the site! This is a checklist, so yeah lots of info here!  Lets start the planning process from now and work our way down to your arrival day! First off. Its probably going to be crowded. Not as bad as the insane week between Christmas and New Years, but more crowded than January, February, or September. The general rule is if the kids are out of school then Disney World will be...

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Posted by on Dec 24, 2012

6 month planning schedule for a Walt Disney World Vacation

6 month planning schedule for a Walt Disney World Vacation

Pin It Like this article? Pin it on Pinterest Author: Disney Diva Warning: This post is LONG. Why? Because it is a 6 month plan. All of this info has been spread out to read more in depth over the site so EXPLORE the site! This is a checklist, so yeah lots of info here! So you’ve decided that THIS is the year that you’re taking the family to Walt Disney World or Disneyland? Maybe you’re even about to give a trip to your family for Christmas!! Most people travel during the summer which means you’re about 6 months out. Time to get planning.Lets start the planning process from now and work our way down to your arrival day!Before you decide WHEN to start your 6 month park should start you’ve got to decide WHEN TO GO so you can choose the dates. Read our article on when to go to Walt Disney World and when to go to Disneyland. Also be sure to look up if there are...

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Posted by on Jul 12, 2012

Phineas and Ferb Character Greeting at Walt Disney World

Author: Memory Maker Diva There may be 104 days of summer vacation, but at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there are 365 days of Phineas and Ferb at Walt Disney World! Located near the exit of the Muppet-Vision 3D attraction and Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano, this has got to be one of the most fun character greeting spots in all of Disney World! As the story goes, the cartoon duo is making a movie called We’re Making a Movie – The Movie. Phineas and Ferb are currently filming on location, and you are part of an active movie set. With a DJ spinning all of TV show’s hit tunes, set director Cletus Filmore takes guests from the queue and has them recreate scenes from Phineas and Ferb episodes! Big kids, little kids, and kids-at-heart are given blow-up guitars and saxophones, tambourines, and taught dance moves so that “the band” can be ready for their close up! All the while, the two step-brothers are there, signing autographs and taking photos with guests....

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Posted by on Jul 5, 2012

Character Greetings at Walt Disney World

Author: Food Diva One of the most exciting parts of Disney World (for me) is meeting the Characters. I am 28 years old and I still get excited every time Cinderella says “Hi Princess” in her most wonderful Cinderella voice! For our family, its a huge game. How many characters can we meet? My kids aren’t huge ride lovers. They enjoy some, but they really enjoy hunting down the characters and meeting them. We took our first Disney trip as a family in 2009. My big girl was turning 3 and my little bit was 16 months. Those ages can be a bit difficult for character greetings. We prepared MONTHS in advanced by going to youtube and typing in “Meeting {{insert character name}} at Disney World”. By doing this we saw other little kids getting to meet the characters and I believe this REALLY helped my girls get use to the idea of walking up to them. Meeting Mickey Mouse for the First time 2009. We went to our...

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Posted by on Jun 9, 2012

25 things you must do at Disney World before you die!

Author: Disney Diva Are you wondering what’s LEFT for you to do at Disney World? Here’s my top 25 things to try at Disney World before you die! Click on any words underlined to learn more about the challenge! 1. Eat a Dole Whip from Aloha Isle in Adventureland2. Be IN a street-performers aka “Streetmosphere” show at the Boardwalk or in one of the parks3. Listen to the Holiday storytellers in each country in Epcot4. Watch the fireworks from the top of the Contemporary.5. Let Tinkerbelle fly over your head when Wishes! fireworks starts6. Eat a $50.00 steak at the California Grill7. Run/Walk a runDisney race through a park8. Stay in a Deluxe Resort on the Monorail Loop9. Watch a Make a Wish Family meet a character! (bring tissue)10. Find the paint brush on Tom Sawyers Island11. Ride ALL the mountains in one day: Everest, Big Thunder, Space, & Splash.12. Ask a cast member if you can “drive” the riverboat. 13. Crow with Peter Pan14. Try to give the...

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