FastPass+: Do You Really Need to Bother?

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Do you really need FastPasses to enjoy a day at Disney? And if so, which experiences should I get a FastPass for? In short, yes, you’re going to want to take full advantage of Disney’s FastPass+ system to streamline your day. The difference between having these line-skipping beauties can make or break your entire trip. … Continue reading "FastPass+: Do You Really Need to Bother?"
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More Walt Disney World Aerial Photography

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If you have been following the Disney Pic of the Week blog posts recently, you have seen Deb and mine’s attempt at aerial photography at Walt Disney World. When the subject of aerial photos first came up, Deb and I found we only shared three locations. I wanted to share a couple more with you … Continue reading "More Walt Disney World Aerial Photography"
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Signs that You’re in a Disney Park

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Everything is matchy-matchy, themed, and ensembleized (new word) at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World. It’s like each land is wearing Garanimals (way before my time). But that’s what we love, that extreme attention to detail that assists in transporting us to another place where lunch isn’t timed and the only dress code is wear … Continue reading "Signs that You’re in a Disney Park"
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Test Track Sans Driver

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The craziest rides I’ve ever taken were in the back seats of New York taxis. When I realized my super charged Test Track vehicle was being handled by a young driver, so little that he couldn’t see over the dash, I almost worried. Disney Pic of the Week – Test Track Come on over and … Continue reading "Test Track Sans Driver"
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BOOK REVIEW: ” From Screen to Theme ” by Brent Dodge

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From Screen to Theme: A Guide to Disney Animated Film References Found Throughout the Walt Disney World Resort by Brent Dodge Are you the type of person who searches for references to your favorite Disney films when you visit Walt Disney World? Do you wonder where you can find your favorite (and sometimes obscure) characters … Continue reading "BOOK REVIEW: ” From Screen to Theme ” by Brent Dodge"
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