Fun Facts about the construction of Walt Disney World (infographic)

By Tom Personally, I find the history of all-things-Disney completely fascinating. I’ve been reading David Koenig’s book “Realityland” and learning lots of fun tidbits. Since many people won’t take the time to read the entire book, but still love Disney facts, I thought I’d throw together my first ever infographic. Without further ado, please enjoy! …read more From:: Fun Facts ...

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Universal Orlando: The Unofficial Story by Nick Sim

Universal Orlando: The Unofficial Story by Nick Sim

By Heidi One website that I really enjoy reading is Theme Park Tourist. They post a lot about Walt Disney World; which is obviously my main theme park “love.” But, I also enjoy reading their posts about various other theme parks around the world. In preparation for our upcoming trip to Orlando and our plans to visit some of the ...

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The Art of Animation Suites vs. Deluxe Resorts

The Art of Animation Suites vs. Deluxe Resorts

By Amy @ WDW Hints Here’s the basic debate we have been having in our home the last few weeks. We have stayed at the Art of Animation a few times in the last few years and love the suites at the resort. But, there are so many amazing resorts at Walt Disney World and it would be nice to ...

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Homeschool Focus on MATH

Homeschool Focus on MATH

By Heidi Over at Home & School Mosaics, we’ve added several new monthly link-ups. On the 4th Wednesday of each month, we’ll be focusing on various homeschool subjects and sharing about our curriculum choices in that subject. Today’s theme is MATH. What We Have Used I thought it would be fun to share some of the various curriculum and resources ...

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Splitsville — 2015 Gluten free Menu — Table Service — Downtown Disney

Splitsville — 2015 Gluten free Menu — Table Service — Downtown Disney

By Sarah *This preview of the 2015 gluten free menu offerings took place in November 2014. Back in November 2013, I had the chance to share with you the newly released gluten free menu options at Splitsville located in Downtown Disney (soon to be Disney Springs). Splitsville had introduced 16 dishes made to be gluten free on their menu. The ...

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So, You Have Booked Your Disney World Vacation, Now What?

By Tabitha Getting your vacation is work in itself. It’s a workout trying to decide on your dates, which resort, how many days you want to spend in the parks, etc. Now you need a vacation from all that right? Well, just not yet. There are more things you need to consider. I have decided to write up things you ...

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Boatwright’s Dining Hall — Dinner — Table Service — Port Orleans Riverside

Boatwright’s Dining Hall — Dinner — Table Service — Port Orleans Riverside

By Sarah *This dining experience took place in December 2014. It’s no secret that Boatwright’s Dining Hall is one of my favorite restaurants on Disney property. Since my birthday visit last February, I have dined at Boatwright’s more times than I can count and each meal has been amazing. That’s a testament to how great the restaurant, chefs, and menu ...

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23 Blast DVD {GIVEAWAY!}

23 Blast DVD {GIVEAWAY!}

By Heidi One of the things that my family enjoys doing together is watching movies. So it’s important to me to find movies that are suitable for my entire family to view together. That is sometimes difficult since my kids are a broad range of ages – 21, 14, and 8. So, when I find a movie that we can ...

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Animator’s Palate — Debarkation Breakfast — Disney Dream 2014

Animator’s Palate — Debarkation Breakfast — Disney Dream 2014

By Sarah *This dining experience took place in October 2014. Sailing away on our 3 day cruise on the Disney Dream was such a wonderful time, and I can honestly say those 3 days flew by so quickly. With amazing meals that included Palo and Remy, it’s a wonder I didn’t come back gaining 10 pounds! So, as you can ...

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The Voyagers Series – an innovative reading curriculum

The Voyagers Series – an innovative reading curriculum

By Heidi A few months ago, I was contacted by the author of a new reading curriculum called The Voyager Series. Over the years, I’ve seen a lot of reading materials in our homeschool classroom. What might set this one apart? The claim was that this was something new that would not only help children learn to read better, but ...

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