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How to Save Money on Food at Disney with the Disney Dining Plan
by johntynan in Personal Finance
Walt Disney World continues to be one of the most visited places on Earth. Everyone already knows that the trip can be costly to say the least. However, Walt Disney World offers many ways to make your visit more affordable. One of those offerings is the Disney Dining Plan. The Disney Dining Plan will allow you to save a significant amount of money (up to 30%) by dining at a hand-picked group o

Rules of Exchanging Disney Pins at Walt Disney World
by DonMac in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Beginning with the Millenium Celebration in 1999, Disney parks began the tradition of Disney pin trading. Pin collectors and hobbyists today trade their pins with other collectors and Disney cast members in the parks. Collecting begins with purchasing or being gifted a first official Disney pin that can then be traded with others for fun or in pursuit of a rare or limited-edition pin. Obtain Yo

History of Disney's Pop Century Resort at Disney World
by Shailja in Travel
Located at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, Pop Century Resort is one of Disney's two value resort complexes. This resort, popular among budget-conscious guests, celebrates the pop culture of the 20th century. While the resort has been successful since its opening, it has not been without its problems and portions of the resort continue to face an uncertain future. The FactsPop Cen

How Do I Use Disney Vacation Points for a Disney Cruise?
by ozymandius42 in Travel
The Disney Vacation Club is the only time share offered by The Walt Disney Company. The club allows members to purchase points at a set rate, then redeem those points at any DVC resort or for a Disney cruise. DIsney Vacation Club PropertiesThe Disney Vacation Club includes seven home resort properties in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, and one in Disneyland in Anaheim, California. DVC m

Disney World Hotels Near Downtown Disney
by DaleS in Travel
Downtown Disney attracts both adults and families with its shops, restaurants and shows. It is divided into three sections: Downtown Disney West Side, Downtown Disney Marketplace and Pleasure Island. Downtown Disney West Side has the Cirque du Soleil La Nouba show and the DisneyQuest indoor theme park. The Downtown Disney Marketplace is home to shops, while Pleasure Island has various dining optio

How to get free Walt Disney World Theme park admission with the "Give a Day, Get a Disney Day" program
by Patastroph in Travel
Walt Disney World is the happiest place on Earth. It is going to be an even happier place for 1 million people in 2010 as Disney will giving away free one day theme park admission vouchers to their parks for individuals who volunteer a day of service to a participating volunteer organization. The program is called "Give a Day, Get a Disney Day".
Starting on January 1, 2010 when you

Disney Cruise and Disney World
by fukas78 in Travel
For those who can't decide between a vacation at Walt Disney World outside of Orlando, Florida, or a trip on Disney Cruise Line, there's a perfect solution: Do both. With a little bit of planning, you can enjoy the best of what Disney has to offer. Walt Disney World.Image by Flickr.com, courtesy of Travis
BookingTo find out the latest information or to book your trip directly, call (800) 951

How to Enjoy Disney World, Even if You are Not a Disney Fan
by dlouzan in Travel
Most travelers plan their Walt Disney World vacation for months, even years. They count down the days and make dining reservations in anticipation of arriving at their Disney destination. However, some travelers just do not think Disney has anything special to offer them. They did not grow up watching the animated movies, and they do not want to climb into boats to see animatronic children singing

How to Become a Disney Character at Disney World
by Tom Arleth in Careers & Job Searching
There are different requirements for those wishing to becoming a character at the Walt Disney World resorts and theme parks. There are two different type of characters, costumed and look alike, which both require the cast member to be able to perform and interact with guests while in costume and be able to sign autographs of their assigned character. As a character you will be able to help guests

The Difference Between Disney Magic and Disney Wonder
by postmortemIA in Travel
Many families choose to pair a trip to Walt Disney World with a trip on the Disney Cruise Line. Other travelers skip the trip to the Magic Kingdom and enjoy time on one of the cruise line's ships that offer the same magic and characters as the amusement park. Disney cruises offer trips around the world, including Alaska, the Caribbean, Europe and Canada. Among its ships are the Disney Magic and Di

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