Wave-alicious

Wave-alicious

By: Sari Palmeri  7.19.18 Disney’s Contemporary Resort is my family’s “home away from home”. It was always my first choice from childhood through adulthood. We would eat at Chef Mickey and the Contempo Café on each trip. These restaurants, along with the location to Magic Kingdom, were always perks for this resort. For young children (or picky adults) the Contemporary restaurants boast predominantly American menus. I always walked by...

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Adults Only Walt Disney World Trip

Adults Only Walt Disney World Trip

By: Stephanie Peavy 7.17.18 Have you been thinking about taking an adults only Disney trip? Well, I am here to tell you, do it! If you have kids like me, there might be a certain amount of guilt for leaving them at home. The best advice I can give you is to take time for yourself, and lose the guilt. My husband and I had not been on a vacation alone in almost 20 years, so this was a much needed getaway for us. The biggest thing about an...

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A Wonderful Character Experience at Cape May Cafe

A Wonderful Character Experience at Cape May Cafe

By: Becky Criswell 7.10.18 With so many restaurants to choose from in Walt Disney World, it’s going to take a long time for me to get to all the ones on my list. This is especially true since everyone restaurant I visit seems to become a favorite, making it hard for me to skip it on the next trip in order to try something new! The Cape May Café at Disney’s Beach Club Resort was no exception. I had heard from many people that the character...

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Yuletide Fantasy Tour at Walt Disney World

Yuletide Fantasy Tour at Walt Disney World

By: Kim Miller 7.3.18 Bright and early on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, my husband and I set out from Boardwalk Villas to meet up with our group for Disney’s Yuletide Fantasy tour. After entering EPCOT via the International Gateway and walking around an empty park (nobody in the background of any pictures – how awesome is that?!), we met our cast member tour guides and fellow tour-takers at the front of EPCOT. Our guides Diogo (from...

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Becoming an Agent with Wishes Family Travel

Becoming an Agent with Wishes Family Travel

By: Leslie Bowman 5/31/2018 Do you love Disney and love to travel? Are you super organized? These are just some of the qualities that are necessary to become a concierge agent with Wishes Family Travel. Wishes Family Travel is a home-based agency that opened in 2006 and employs agents across the United States. We also have a storefront in Gaffney, South Carolina that opened last year to better serve our customers. I love to travel and I am a...

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Disney’s Rope Drop

Disney’s Rope Drop

By: Sarah McClure December 26, 2017 “Rope Drop” is a Disney phrase meaning “park opening”. Usually “park opening” is a process of allowing guests through a series of steps. Step One at all parks will have guests go through a security screening before arriving at the park entrance. This will include a bag check and a walk through metal detectors. It is best to have all pouches on your bag opened and ready for inspection. Guests will...

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Using Disability Access Service (DAS) at Walt Disney World

Using Disability Access Service (DAS) at Walt Disney World

Guest Blogger: Amy Van Horn October 20, 2016 Traveling with a family member who happens to have special needs isn’t always easy, but at Walt Disney World, my daughter truly feels special! In my opinion, Disney does a fabulous job of making sure my nine-year-old, who happens to have autism, has a magical vacation and gets to enjoy the parks just as much as any other guest. One of the ways they do this is through the Disability Access Service...

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