Disney Saratoga Springs Villa Resort

[Updated June 2016] Disney World hotels are designed for a variety of interests, budgets, and travel needs. The 20-some-odd hotels are divided into four resort categories: Value, Moderate, Deluxe and Deluxe Villas. The latter are ideal for those who’d like some extra space and the comforts of home while on... Read More

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Epcot Center Monorail Disney World Florida

[Updated June 2016] Pop quiz: Where can you find Florida’s third largest bus fleet? Correct answer: Disney World. With a bus fleet that’s third in size to the cities of Miami and Jacksonville, Disney World offers resort guests complimentary transportation. Guests can forgo renting a car and take advantage of the bus service... Read More

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Epcot International Food and Wine Festival at Walt Disney World in Florida
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[Updated July 2016] Any trip to Disney World usually feels like a special event, but did you know that the resort hosts unique parties and festivals all year long? Here’s what you can expect from six of the most popular celebrations. ... Read More

Disney World Clock

[Updated June 2016] Vacation time is precious, and that’s especially true if you’re going to Walt Disney World — a destination that guarantees you’ll spend a lot of time waiting in line. Here are five things that you can do before you leave home to save time on your Disney vacation. ... Read More

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Sandito Mojito, Cuba Libre Orlando

We’re game to celebrate nearly every food- or drink-focused holiday (National Margarita Day, anyone?), so we’re excited that August is Rum Month. Rum is the elixir of both swash-buckling pirates and bleary-eyed Caribbean travelers alike. But some folks have rum misconceptions: They think only of umbrella-topped super-sweet frozen drinks or... Read More

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Disney World Wait Times/Anna Elsa Frozen

[Updated June 2016] Several things are synonymous with Walt Disney World: iconic characters, turkey legs, Space Mountain, and long lines. Attractions without long lines are the anomaly, and not the rule, at the “Most Magical Place on Earth,” but that doesn’t mean you have to spend your whole vacation waiting. Read... Read More

B Resort & Spa, a non-Disney hotel on Disney property

While the 36 Disney-owned hotels at Walt Disney World Resort undoubtedly enhance your Magical Kingdom experience, they’re not the only way to go. On the resort are also other major hotel brands that have partnered with Disney to bring you official benefits and complimentary transportation to the key attractions.... Read More

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[Updated June 2016] Summer’s here. In Orlando, that means high temperatures and even higher humidity. Here are nine spots throughout the Disney World parks where you can get some relief. ... Read More

Disney World Monorail, Contemporary Resort, Orlando

[Updated June 2016] Clearly, Disney World offers a travel experience that you can’t exactly replicate anywhere else. From its signature rides to its extravagant parades and fireworks, no other amusement park does it quite like Disney. Its unique offerings go well beyond that, however. Here are some unique things that... Read More

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Disney's Frozen-Themed Parade in Orlando

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Disney’s animated film Frozen has become a global sensation since its release last year. It’s currently the highest-grossing animated film of all time, and the demand for film merchandise at Disney Stores led to the implementation of a limit... Read More

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[Updated May 2016] Disney World clearly covers all the bases when it comes to creating a whimsical atmosphere, from naming the rides, to piping the scent of freshly baked cookies out onto Main Street, USA. So it’s no surprise that the Disney Imagineers have come up with some Disney-specific terms for... Read More

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Southwest Airlines have been a major player in the U.S. market over the past few decades, but today it takes its first step into the big, wide world. As of July 1, Southwest has begun service to Aruba and Montego Bay, Jamaica, from Atlanta, Baltimore, and Orlando. In the... Read More

Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida
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[Updated July 2016] Get ready to apparate over to Universal Orlando this summer as the theme park resort officially opens its highly-anticipated Harry Potter addition, Diagon Alley.The new section is an expansion of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which first opened in 2010 with the Hogsmeade area. Now Muggles, wizards, and... Read More

Disney's Blizzard Beach

[Updated May 2016] Like most visitors to Walt Disney World in Orlando, you’ve probably spent a lot of time planning your vacation. Your full days are booked with park-hopping, but your arrival and departure dates can leave you with awkward amounts of time to fill. This can get especially tricky... Read More

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With Memorial Weekend approaching, we decided to tackle a classic debate holiday travel debate: For your next getaway, should you drive or fly? The convenience of flying outweighs the stress of driving for some travelers, especially if they have to spend more than an hour or two on the road.... Read More