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Disney Character Visits have returned! So grab your autograph book, pen, and camera to start making memories. But, where can you find Disney Characters in the parks? Luckily, we are doing a quick round-up of all the places our favorite Disney Princesses, Disney Villains, Mickey and Co., and furry friends. So you can find out where they are showing up across all four Disney Parks.
The seasoned Disney pros and frequent park guests know that you need an organized plan to make the most of your day at Disneyland or Disney World. We’ve got nothing against the “go with the flow” types that prefer to show up and amble aimlessly towards anything that catches the eye, but we promise that you’ll spend a lot of your day on the lines and not the rides. For the money, having a plan is your best bet.
Walking around the Disney parks can quickly add up to marathon distances. Find out how to train right in your own neighborhood and stay motivated with this free theme park themed distance bingo card.Plus what gear to get before you go, park maps with walking routes, and a list of top distances at Disney World and Universal Orlando. From GoInformed.net/walk
My last themed vacation was all about Princesses, but Disney is often criticized for overlooking the part of the population who are not fans of dress up, animal sidekicks and damsels in distress. So today we are talking about Pirates!! Pirates have always been an important part of the Disney movie catalog.#disney #disneytravel #travel
Did you know that you can play miniature golf at Disney World? It’s true – but you won’t find it in the parks! Disney is home to two mini golf courses that each feature two 18-hole courses. Both are lots of fun, require no golfing experience, and make for a great activity if you’re looking to escape the crowds in the Florida theme parks. Here’s everything you need to know before adding a round of Disney mini golf to your trip.
When people think of Walt Disney World, they most likely do not think of water parks, but the truth is Disney is home to two amazing water parks. It is worth spending a day at these parks if you have a longer stay. Both have family attractions, lazy rivers, and kids' play areas but if you only have time for one, how do you choose? Here are some things to think about…
The Skyliner at Walt Disney World Resort connects select resorts to EPCOT and Hollywood studios through a system of gondolas and stations. Think fancy ski resort gondolas but in central Florida. Each Gondola can hold up to 10 people but the best benefit for parents is the ability to roll your stroller right on without folding it up.