Category Archives: Travel Planning

Are Disney’s Holiday Parties Worth It?

It’s party season–starting next week in the Magic Kingdom, you can attend Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and then in November, you can celebrate the holidays at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.  Both are special ticketed events, which means … Continue reading

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Disney Parks Moms Panel Accepting Applications for 2014 Panel Soon

Last year the Disney World Moms Panel officially changed to cover all of the fun of the Disney Parks division (which also includes Disney Cruise and Adventures by Disney and Disney’s sports activities such as runDisney). So if you’re the … Continue reading

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The Advantages of Park Hopping

I’ll admit it right now: I’m a park hopper. Sometimes I’ll spend less than two hours in a park before I’m off to greener pastures (usually Epcot, because I want to eat) and then I visit a third park before the night … Continue reading

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What’s a Pin Code?

You may have heard of the term “pin code,” but wondered what it was, exactly.  A pin code is a discount offered by Disney that’s personal to the individual whose name it comes in, and not only the name, but … Continue reading

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Signature Restaurants and Small Children? Yes or No?

I’ve noticed that a lot of parents hesitate to take small children to Disney signature restaurants, choosing instead buffet and character meal options. While those are fine, even really great in some cases, I think that parents and grandparents miss … Continue reading

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