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Posted by on Dec 27, 2012

10 Tips for Single Parent and Traveling to Walt Disney World

Author: Kid @ Heart Disney Devo If this is your first time traveling to Disney World or as a single parent, give yourself about an extra month or two of planning.  Start about 8 months before your day of departure. Tip 1: Age of Kids I personally would take child(ren) that are at least 6-7 ,7-8 is ideal, the reason is a lot of walking, long days, and they will have that excitement keeping them going everyday, but younger is fine just a little different strategies. Tip 2: Shoes When you know you are planning a trip, one thing is to buy new sneakers for the trip and wear them once a week to start breaking them in, and start walking three times a week with the kid(s) to start getting their little legs and feet prepped for those long days and a lot of walking. Tip 3:Park Parties Consider taking your family some time in the last three weeks of October to enjoy the Halloween theme, and fun times.  You should get separate tickets to the Micky’s...

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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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Posted by on Apr 6, 2012

Walt Disney World Special Events

Special Events Holiday Parties Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Food & Wine Festival Night of Joy/ Candlelight Processional Flower & Garden Festival   runDisney Events Star Wars Weekends Weddings at Disney World Honeymoons at Disney...

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Posted by on Feb 6, 2012

Walt Disney World: Why Return?

Author: Nick the Disney Devo (tee)Photo Credit: Simpledisneythings/tumblr Maybe you just got back from Walt Disney World, and, of course, you had a great time. But you’re, perhaps, thinking “Now that I’ve been there, why would I return?” Or, you are a frequent visitor, like me, and your co-workers, friends and even family ask “Why are you going there… again?” For me, every trip to Walt Disney World, and even Disneyland is different. For starters, depending on what time of year you go, there will be a different event going on. In the Spring, there is the Epcot International Flower and Garden Show, which is March 7th to May 20th this year. Later in the year is the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, September 28th-November 11th. At the same time that the Food and Wine Festival is going on, you can also go to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, select nights, September and October in the Magic Kingdom. Then, there are a plethora of activities and events...

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