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Unofficial Guide Helps You Plan Disney Vacation

Whether it's your first family vacation at Walt Disney World or you’ve been there a dozen times, The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids 2013 offers advice for everyone. This...

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Theme Parks Try to Accommodate the Disabled

Physically disabled travelers may be limited in their destination and activity options, but they often laud theme parks for their special accommodations. It’s not just permanently disabled guests who need these services. A kid could break a leg before a long-planned theme park vacation, or a grandparent who becomes overwhelmed by walking great distances could require a wheelchair for a day or...

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Cali for Real na

(California) All I could see were hundreds of white windmills spinning in the breeze across the mountains, and I knew we weren't in Arizona anymore. Living in Phoenix, a mere five hour drive to California, my family set off on our first Californian vacation. My sister, Olivia, put her face up against the glass, her smile evident. We were in the Sunshine State, finally!

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Michael Jackson Is Disney’s Captain EO

After more than a decade, a classic Disney 3D show has returned to Disney themeparks to thrill a new generation of Michael Jackson and ride fans.Given the resurgent interest in Michael Jackson after his untimely death from a drug overdose in 2009, the Disney Company has resurrected his legacy for a new generation. And having worked with the pop icon 25 years ago, they had all...

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Never Too Old for Disney World

Just last year, I experienced an event that is mostly dreamed about by princess-loving, preteen girls. Although I hate to admit it, a part of me wanted to shriek like one as I first laid foot into this historical landmark. The Walt Disney World Resort is by far the most inspirational place that I have ever visited. It is a venue that promotes diversity and appreciation for all cultures;...

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Overcoming Crowds And Challenges At Walt Disney World, Florida

Wondering where to eat or how to minimize the wait? Dreaming of a theme park visit but dreading not being able to find a shady place to relax? Towing lots of little ones with no idea of where the best viewing place is? Here are some tips and pointers to maximize the fun, courtesy of the experts at Walt Disney World Press Relations. Handy Tips to Make Your Family Visit Better Walt...

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American Families Love Kid-Friendly Hotels

From coast to coast, hotels are reaching out to families with younger children by offering colorfully themed sleeping quarters and lots of extra perks. Between May and July 2009, Family Travel Forum's consulting division, FTFc interviewed a number of acknowledged family hotels and family resorts to find out about the state of their amenities for adults traveling with children. Happily,...

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