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Six Benefits To Sleeping In On Your Walt Disney World Vacation

It's vacation time; you've said good-bye to the daily grind, and hello to some rest and relaxation! Relax at Disney? Is that even possible? Most families I know come home telling me that they need a vacation from their vacation. Walt Disney World is packed with more great adventures than should ever be crammed into one trip. None the less, people try. I like to say that I'm an advocate for a kinder, gentler, Disney vacation. One where magical dreams are aided in part by snuggling into plush beds for a good night's sleep.

6 Disney Vacation Mistakes To Avoid

One of the undeniable reasons that Walt Disney World is such a popular vacation destination is that it appeals to a broad range of travelers. As such, I try very hard not to promote one style of travel over another. That being said there are some definite Disney travel mistakes that you can make. Let's take a look at a few of the biggest "don'ts" people make on Disney vacations, and get a few ideas of how to work around it.

Tips for Starting To Plan Your 2017 Walt Disney World Vacation

It's almost January, that prime moth of planning for Walt Disney World travelers around the world? Disney veterans know that now is the time to get your ducks in a row before those prime reservation spots open and the rush is on to snag those perfect meal times, parties, and rooms for summer. We've got a few important things for you to keep in mind while planning your 2017 trip to Walt Disney World.

Five New Things - An Ever Evolving Disney Bucket List

A couple of years ago I wrote a story about Creating A Personal Disney Bucket List, and most of the things on the list are still things that I want to do. However in between checking these major things off, I'm always creating mini lists on each and every vacation. These mini-lists are why I can tell people with confidence that yes - yes I am going back to Walt Disney World, and no - no I haven't seen everything there yet.

Choosing The Right Shoes for Touring Walt Disney World

My Dogs are Barking! When I first heard this expression , I wondered how anyone would know their dogs were barking back at the house when they were miles away. Since then, I've learned that "dogs" refer to your feet and "barking" means they are tired. Considering that the average person will walk eight to ten miles a day while touring the Disney Parks, it won't be long till your dogs are barking. Shoe and sock selections can be very important on helping you maintain healthy feet.