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Wordless Wednesday: Disney Details

The amount of detail imagineers have put in to creating the magic of the Disney parks is one of the main reasons why I love Disney so much. They literally think of everything! Right when you step onto Main Street, U.S.A, you are surrounded by all sorts of tiny details – many of which you […]

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Disney's Aladdin: What You Didn't Know

In 1992, Disney released a new animated film called Aladdin. This film quickly become another Disney animated classic. Over the past 22 years, we have watched and re-watched these loveable characters and sang along with the film’s award winning soundtrack. Many Disney fans could tell you a lot about Disney’s 31st animated film. Let’s take […]

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Disney's Frozen: What You Didn't Know

Chances are you’ve seen Disney’s latest hit film Frozen. You can sing every word of the soundtrack, and you’ve probably seen all the YouTube renditions of the film’s songs. In fact, you’ve probably even bought some Frozen toys, costumes, and other accessories for your kids (or maybe even for yourself) now that Disney finally has […]

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Liberty Square - Columbia Harbour House

The Disney imagineers put so much detail into Liberty Square. They did everything to make guests feel as if they were really stepping into Colonial America. No detail was too small – not even the restrooms. Next time you visit Liberty Square, try looking for the restrooms. You won’t find any. Why? Because there was […]

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Sword In The Stone

Located next to Prince Charming’s Regal Carrousel at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, you will find the Sword in the Stone. Here guests have the opportunity to try their luck at removing the sword from the stone. I’ve tried on several occasions with no luck. My husband has made some unsuccessful attempts to pull the […]

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Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

Disney’s newest attraction the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is set for its grand opening on May 28th. I can’t wait to experience this fun new attraction! Let’s take a look at some of the fun facts about this new Disney experience. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, in the Enchanted Forest of New Fantasyland (Magic Kingdom), is […]

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Newsies

Newsies made its Broadway debut in 2012. Since then the musical has become extremely popular. So let’s take a look at the Disney film that started it all – the 1992 film Newsies (which just happens to be one of my favorite Disney movies). The 1992 film was a big flop, ranking among the lowest grossing live action […]

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Festival of Fantasy Parade

The new Festival of Fantasy parade at the Magic Kingdom is, in my opinion, one of the best 3 o’clock parades Disney has ever had. The parade floats are spectacular! The parade features several newer Disney characters including Disney’s two newest princesses, Anna and Elsa. In addition, the parade also features classic Disney characters such […]

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IT'S A SMALL WORLD AT THE 1964 WORLD'S FAIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Around the world, Disney is celebrating the 50th anniversary of “it’s a small world,” which debuted at the 1964 New York World’s Fair as an exhibit to salute UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund). Since UNICEF is dedicated to the welfare of children all over the world, the theme for “it’s a small world” became an […]

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Mary Poppins

Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins was originally released in 1964 and has since become a favorite of both children and adults. This film has stood the test of time and is still incredibly popular today – 50 years since its theatrical release! Just last year, Walt Disney Studios released Saving Mr. Banks, a film about how Disney was able […]

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