If you haven’t ever seen one of these PassPorter’s Walt Disney World Spiral books, then you are missing out. I remember when they first came out, and I was super excited to buy one, simply to own it, I wasn’t even going to WDW that year! But the first time I actually used a PassPorter’s Spiral WDW guide book was in February 2010. I was 5 months pregnant with Carson, and it was Patrick’s first trip to WDW as an adult. I took our book with us every day!
The last few weeks I haven’t been real good about posting the weekly Hidden Mickey Monday Blog Hop. But we are back in the swing of things, and today’s Hidden Mickey is found at the end of one of our favorite attractions at Hollywood Studios, Star Tours. There are a few Hidden Mickey’s in the shop, Tatooine Traders at the end of the ride, but this little one is one of our favorites.
It happened, we finally left something of greater value than a lost a bottle in the parks. Well greater emotional value that is. A couple of weeks ago we headed out for a few hours to go to Blizzard Beach.
A Crispness to the air, oranges, reds and yellows surrounding you in natures color show. The smell of fireplaces, rain and baking filter through the air. Yes Fall is my favorite time of year, and down here in Orlando, FL at Walt Disney World you just don’t get that Autumn from back home, but we do get the changing of the seasons in Magic Kingdom.
September is almost here and it is the start of possibly one of the best seasons at Walt Disney World. Here at TouringPlans.com, we’re ready to give you some hints, tips and tricks to survive September at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Today’s Hidden Mickey’s are hard to see if you are just sitting in the stands. It helps to have a camera with a zooms lens. Also, today you are in for a treat, as I am going to share two Hidden Mickey’s that can be found at the Lights Motor Action...
Disney’s Doc McStuffins is currently on tour in a Doc Mobile vehicle! The vehicle is making stops in cities across the country and visitors to the Doc Mobile will learn about health and nutrition as the cross-country tour is titled “So Much You Can Do…To Take Care Of You!”
I am jumping into Deb of Focused on the Magic blog hop today. The theme is Silent Sunday. No Word, No “Theme” to the picture, just a picture that speaks for it’s self. So here is my Silent Sunday Blog Hop Photo:
This article was written by Aunesty Janssen. YES we are THAT family, and we are PROUD of it. You may be the guests who see us, sitting on the floor letting our kids make their memories in the ways they need to, and get annoyed. You have that right.
Woman allegedly sells newborn to pay for Disney trip - According to NBC News a 33-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly selling her son so she could afford to take her two other sons on a trip to Walt Disney World.
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