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One of the first questions you’ll ask yourself when you’re considering a trip to Disney World is, “When is the best time to visit?” Everyone has a different answer — after all, there’s a lot to consider: from personal schedules and time constraints to budgets and weather concerns. You might even... Read More

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Music is striking a chord in the lodging industry — from the open mic nights at Hotel RL to in-room record players at The Redbury in Miami. But that’s only the beginning. For the music-obsessed, these seven hotels will make you feel like you’re with the band. Jaz in the City Jaz in the City, which opened in late... Read More

Fireworks over New York City on the Fourth of July
Fireworks/Flickr/Joseph Bylund

Nearly 43 million Americans are expected to travel this Fourth of July weekend (a record high!), so it’s safe to say that plenty of people already have their holiday plans locked down. If you’re still at a loss over what to do, here are a few ideas. 1. Go traditional.... Read More

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Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim
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Walt Disney World isn’t the only resort getting lots of attention this summer. New favorites and refreshed classics are set to add even more summer fun to Disneyland, Walt Disney’s original theme park complex. Here’s a look at the four most recent and exciting updates to the two-park property, which will surely bring even... Read More

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Belle and the Beast topiaries at Epcot
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The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (running this year through May 30) is one of the most beloved events at Walt Disney World. Celebrating the beauty of nature, the festival brings together botany, farm-to-table food, and entertainment. Best of all, admission to the event is free with your... Read More

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Dr. Birute Mary Galdikas & Orangutans/Orangutan Foundation International

Here’s a quick look at what’s new this week in cruising, and how it could impact your next trip. Silversea‘s passengers will no doubt go ape over renowned scientist and conservationist Biruté Mary Galdikas, who is lecturing on the 120-passenger Silver Discoverer in October. Galdikas is famous for her... Read More

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Tree of Life Awakens at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Florida
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This summer is shaping up to be an excellent time to visit Walt Disney World. With new attractions and shows and updates to old favorites, the resort is giving us plenty of reasons to make the trip. Here’s a look at what to expect over the next few months. Magic Kingdom The world’s most... Read More

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Disney Cruise Line

Here’s a quick look at what’s new this week in cruising, and how it could impact your next trip… England’s Stonehenge and Alaska’s Icy Strait Point — site of one of the longest zip lines in the world — are among the new itineraries just announced for Disney Cruise Line... Read More

A view of the monorail at Epcot in Walt Disney World
Epcot/Flickr/Jimmy Vuccolo

Every year, Disney raises the admission prices for its parks in Florida and California. In 2014 and 2015, news of the price hike came in February — leading many to anticipate the 2016 hike would come by Leap Day. While the predictions were indeed true, the new prices came this... Read More

Magnolia Mansion at Disney's Port Orleans Riverside Resort in Florida.
Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort/Christine Dayao

Planning a Walt Disney World vacation has a lot of moving parts, from picking a hotel to deciding how many days of tickets to buy to making dining reservations. While we’ll admit that we’ve often spent months planning the perfect trip to the House of Mouse — many start planning at... Read More

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20th Century World

Think you have what it takes to survive the Hunger Games? You’ll soon have the chance to find out — two of Hollywood’s largest studios recently announced plans to enter into the amusement park business. From Atlanta to Dubai, we’re excited for these new immersive theme parks and lands.... Read More

The Colortopia exhibit at Epcot
Colortopia exhibit at Innoventions/Glidden

It’s nearly impossible to hear the name “Disney” and not think of strong, vivid colors — an element that’s been a cornerstone of the Walt Disney Company ever since the release of the non-black-and-white film Flowers and Trees in 1932. It’s an integral part of its animated films, books... Read More

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Performers in a Cirque Du Soleil show
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Here’s a quick look at what’s new this week in cruising, and how it could impact your next trip… Good news: This month, cruise ship entertainment took a big turn — for the better. First of all, we had our socks knocked off by the newest Disney Cruise Line production, the... Read More

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The Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, one of Walt Disney World’s most popular annual events, is kicking off on September 25. Just as exciting, to coincide with the festival, the Downtown Disney Resort Area Hotels are offering special fall rates as low as $69 per night. ... Read More

Animator's Palate, Disney Magic
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Disney Cruise Line is known for being kid-friendly, but contrary to popular belief, adults without kiddos can enjoy themselves on a Disney ship. From experience, we’ve been one of the many childless adults on board and have seen a number of families with fully grown “kids.” So why are grown-ups... Read More