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Which Type of Disney Guest Are You?

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If you’ve been to the Disney Parks before, you’ve seen all types of people enjoying the attractions, taking in the theming, and dining on some Disney grub. We thought we’d take a look at five archetypal Disney guests that we’ve all seen exploring the parks. Do any of these describe you, or are you breaking … Continue reading "Which Type of Disney Guest Are You?"
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A Disney Survival Guide for Parents

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by Lynne P. Feiz AllEars® Guest Columnist Feature Article This article appeared in the September 7, 2010 Issue #572 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) "We're going to Disney World!" So goes the now-famous line from more than 20 years of Disney TV commercials. Those words have been spoken by NFL Super Bowl champions, NBA basketball … Continue reading "A Disney Survival Guide for Parents"
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Recipes from Around the *World*

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You’ve just had the most wonderful dinner at your favorite Walt Disney World restaurant. There’s just one problem — you forgot to ask for the recipe! Well, we’re hoping to help you out by posting recipes from around Walt Disney World as we get them. If there’s a recipe you’ve been just dying to try … Continue reading "Recipes from Around the *World*"
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Recipes from Around the *World*

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You've just had the most wonderful dinner at your favorite Walt Disney World restaurant. There's just one problem — you forgot to ask for the recipe! Well, we're hoping to help you out by posting recipes from around Walt Disney World as we get them. If there's a recipe you've been just dying to have, … Continue reading "Recipes from Around the *World*"
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Recipes from Around the *World* Archived Recipes

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ARCHIVED RECIPE INDEX (Archived Recipes are those that have been posted on AllEars® for more than one year. For the most recent recipes, check the Current Recipes page.) Animal Kingdom Lodge Apple and Jicama Salad (Boma) (9/06) Banana Bread Pudding (Boma) (6/05) Banana Leaf Wrapped Seabass (Boma) (6/05) Butternut Squash Soup (Boma) (6/05) Cassava Cake … Continue reading "Recipes from Around the *World* Archived Recipes"
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Vacationing with Tweens at Walt Disney World

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Tweens. I've heard them described as colorfully as, "Too old for toys, too young for boys." (Or girls, but I guess that doesn't rhyme, does it?) It's that delightful but somewhat difficult age of 10 to 12, though some would argue that the tween years begin as early 8 years old. Not a small child anymore, but certainly not with the maturity or responsibility of a teenager. So what about touring Disney World with tweens? After all, if they're too old for character greetings, Dumbo, and princess dresses or pirate costumes, is it even worth it?
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Planning a Trip with Older Teens

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Our trips have changed immensely since our first trip to the World, years ago when the girls were toddlers. Daughter #1 has just turned 20 (!) and at 17, Daughter #2 only has a few more months of being the "Child" on our Disney reservations. One of the things that I have realized is that it was during our trips in the tween and teen years when the girls really cemented their love of Disney. If you reach that point and your kids are still willing to drag themselves out of bed for park openings, you have done your job correctly. If not, no worries, a few adjustments, and you can maintain family harmony during your Disney vacations. Here are a few observations and tips, which might be helpful as you plan a trip with your not-so-little ones:
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