The big buzz around Disney parks is the upcoming 24 hour event to be held May 24th (how appropriate) . This event titled, the Monstrous Summer All Nighter is similar to the “One More Disney Day” Event held leap day of 2012. Were you there? I was. But, today I have a HUGE confession; a confession of monstrous proportions. I attended the “One More Disney Day 24 Hour Event” and I did not make it 24 hours. I failed miserably! I made the freshman mistakes and I’m not proud of them. But, don’t worry, I’ve learned from my grotesque past attempt and I think I’m ready to repeat the course (unfortunately I won’t be able to test out these theories during the upcoming 24 hour event…maybe next time).
Today I’m here to serve as your tutor. I’m sharing what NOT to do to make it 24 hours in the parks! Fingers, paws, and claws crossed, when we finish you’ll be able to add the twenty four hour challenge to your transcript! Let’s get started with this syllabus for success…and yes there will be a midterm exam.
What NOT to do…
If you’re anything like me, then you have tons of photos trapped on your phone. Between snapping random shots to posting endless pics on Instagram, I’ve got a lot of memories on that baby! Well my friends, we are in luck! That’s because Disney Interactive just released a digital storytelling app for Apple iPhone and iPod Touch (also works on your iPad) called Story. Now we can put those pictures to use in a fun, simple, and creative way and we can SHARE them! That’s right! We can DO SOMETHING with all of those beautiful pictures!
Disney Interactive recently launched a digital storytelling app called Story. This app is for iPhone and iPod Touch (and also works on my iPad 3). If you are anything like me,then you probably have lots of pictures and videos on your phone! Disney Interactive has found the perfect solution with this app! Now, you can drop your pictures and videos into a pre-designed storyboard.
From what I’ve seen so far, this app is very easy to use. All you have to do is drop in your pictures/videos and text and the hard work is done for you. You can customize from 5 themes (modern, classic, story, fresh, and Mickey). Once you are finished, this app allows you to share your creation via email or Facebook. You can even embed your story on your blog or website!
What joy spring brings! Flowers bloom, empty forests refill with abundant green foliage, forest animals make friends with random princesses…wait a minute…okay so maybe that last one was a stretch (unless you are 100% princess like me. Accept it. Embrace it.) Any rate, with all of these spring things comes the inevitable thunderstorm.
Now, I know that there are loads of articles all over the internet on what to do at Disney in the event of rain; I even wrote one, appropriately titled It’s Raining…Not Pouring! Making the Most of the Parks in the Rain! In this article I’ll give suggestions for making the most of the parks when it rains. Among my suggestions, head for indoor attractions, be prepared with ponchos, and last but not least brave it. Brave it? That is a bold statement, one that should be followed up by some caution, granted, most of us have a generous portion of common sense! Now, I will give my self credit on this article because I did say that if you hear thunder, you should head for safe cover. But recently I watched a news show with a segment on lightning safety and I have to say that I am so glad I watched!
I’ve never been one to play around with lightning! When I was little, my mother would make us shut everything off, we weren’t allowed to stand near windows, we couldn’t use the telephone, we couldn’t go anywhere near water (like even the toilet). Now that I’m grown, I’ve relaxed a lot; pretty much the only of those rules I keep is to get indoors to safety. I thought that all my Mom’s precautions were preposterous. But friends, thanks to some time watching the tube whilst laying on my belly waiting for an allergy panel to react, I got some eye opening information! I was shocked to learn just how dangerous lightning is! So, what does this have to do with Disney? A lot!
Here are some tips for playing it safe in the parks: lightning safety at Disney World.
It’s true that Disney brings out the kid in us all! From the most successful CEO’s to the “over-it” teenagers, Disney is the place where your inner child just can’t help but come out! With Mickey Ear hats appearing on unsuspecting naysayers and smiles for days, the magic of Disney can take you back! In my opinion, the best way to capture this magic is to do Disney with an actual kid!
I’m not a mom yet, but my nephew and niece are the next best thing and I love watching them! I love seeing Disney World through their eyes.
So, today, I’m listing my top 10 picks for rides and attractions at Disney World and I’m gearing it toward amping up the magic for you little one. We’re talking toddlers and their taking over the parks. These rides are sure to please your toddler and you! Here’s my take (in no particular order) for the top 10 rides at Disney World: toddler edition!
Let’s get started!
What’s not to love about the Walt Disney World Railroad? It takes you on a complete scenic tour around the Magic Kingdom all from the comfort of a fully functioning steam engine! Many folks have wised up and have used the train to beat the Main Street USA crowd, but not the toddler in my life; boy he could ride that thing all day if you’d let him! This is a calm ride that typically requires a short wait and is sure to please! You will see the sights and have a fun time on this ride that will make your toddler and the rest of your family smile!
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