Disney World is offering a new package that includes two extra days of park tickets when you buy a 4-night/3-day room and ticket package. Disney World has long avoided the…
Going to Disney World for Christmas has always been on my bucket list. While doing so in the middle of a pandemic, wasn’t the plan, I’m still glad I was…
Like that child walking into Disney World for the first time, I’m writing this article with unbelievable eagerness for what’s next. Some of my fondest memories as a child were…
Disney World is one of those places that most people love or hate. I happen to fall into the former category, but even if you fall into the latter, or…
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Want to know some of the best ways to score lots of points on Toy Story Midway Mania at Disney World Hollywood Studios? I put together some videos to help!
One of our favorite parts of a Disney trip sure is an expensive part. But, how expensive?
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The Cabins at Disney World’s Fort Wilderness Resort are a very different lodging option. One of the few options that’s not a typical hotel room, your kids can use their imagination to create a wonderful adventure there. This first post covers the cabins themselves. I plan to cover the activities and transportation in a future post.
While you can certainly stay off-site at Disney World and enjoy your experience, staying onsite puts you a lot closer to the parks. It also offers opportunities for some themed rooms kids will love and remember for a lifetime. Here’s how we used our Disney Vacation Club points to stay in a Treehouse Villa: