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Why not treat yourself to an early Christmas gift and splurge a bit on an Central Florida experience you will cherish for a lifetime. SeaWorld Orlando’s Discovery Cove has brought back their special Florida resident rate available now through December … Continue reading
It started with an idea — why can’t we take the successful theme park stage show version of Beauty and the Beast and turn it into a full fledged Broadway show. Of course, people laughed at the idea of the … Continue reading
A few days ago the Walt Disney World resort offered their ‘free’ dining plan deal to Disney Visa holders, now it’s available to the general public. This is the third year in a row Disney has offered some version of … Continue reading
For those who say that Disney is going to be hurt by the soft economy, well that’s probably true. But they’re experts at riding slow times out and will definitely come through this better than others in the industry. For … Continue reading
Don’t you hate it when you roll out a big new promotion and someone in the office forgets to cross all the t’s and dot all the i’s. In the scheme of things, it’s not a big deal, in fact … Continue reading