Family Vacation

Cruising With A Baby On Disney Cruise Line

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Are you planning on sailing with a baby? We did, it was amazing, and no you aren’t crazy! We sailed on Disney Cruise Line with our then 18-month-old son for 7 nights to the Western Caribbean. There were some trials, tears and tantrums, but he did great. He loved it and we loved it. While he won’t remember everything, we will and those memories will stay with us forever. Plus he did some pretty cool things, such as travel to 4 countries, tried new food, and met over 15 characters! What did we learn from cruising with (more…)

Disney World Travel During Hurricane Season

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I live in Florida so I get to deal with hurricane season no matter what. If you are a non-Floridian traveling to the Orlando area to visit Walt Disney World you may have no clue about hurricane season or what to expect if you wind up traveling during this time of year.

Hurricane season officially spans from June 1st through November 30th. This lines up with some of the most popular dates to travel to (more…)

Walt Disney World All-Star Resorts

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Disney’s Value Resorts are a great place to stay on Disney property if budget and value is your goal. Disney offers five different Value resorts, three of which we will be discussing in this post called the All Stars Resorts. (more…)

10 Tips for Taking a Baby to Disney

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We have a 15-month-old son who we have been taking to Walt Disney World since he was 5 months old. He had his first haircut at the Magic Kingdom and it’s truly already his favorite place on earth. His face lights up every time he meets a character and he loves the attractions. We have probably been to Disney with him more than 20 different times including one week-long vacation and another weekend vacation, for his first birthday of course. Now, I realize  (more…)

Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

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Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

If you are looking for a Deluxe resort with walking or ferry boat access to two parks with a great pool, restaurants, and entertainment look no further than Disney’s BoardWalk Inn. A smaller sized Disney resort that offers villa’s as well as traditional resort rooms and club level rooms with a turn of the century shoreside Atlantic City theme. (more…)

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