Planning 101 – My Baggies are Packed and I’m Ready to Go

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There are many uses for zip top baggies when you travel to Disney. Just to name a few, they are good for: housing your cell phone, camera and anything else you want to keep dry inside your day bag; putting a wet poncho into, if necessary; carrying leftover food from meals in the parks; creating a first aid kit; transporting toiletries that could leak or explode in your suitcase; and keeping jewelry together securely. I use them in all these ways and more. They come in so many sizes they can be … [Read more...]





Accessible Ride Vehicles at the Magic Kingdom

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Walt Disney World has made it possible for people with all kinds of abilities to visit and experience the magic. One of the things that makes my visits easier is that Disney has implemented ways for you to stay in your wheelchair to experience certain attractions if you are unable to transfer. I have found the accessible ride vehicles very easy to use with minimal assistance. Below is a rundown of these attractions at the Magic Kingdom.The Walt Disney World Railroad is accessible through … [Read more...]





Disney World Quick Tips – Save money on park tickets

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Hey there everyone. Chip here from Chip and Company. I wanted to feature a little something fun we like to do on the Chip and Co site where we share with you a Disney World Quick Tips.Today’s quick tip goes out to all those money savers. That would be about 99% of the people who are visiting our website. I wanted to share with you a way to get discounted Disney Parks Tickets. In the past I have used 2 big name companies for tickets. Maple Leaf Tickets and Undercover Tourists. Both Companies … [Read more...]





Disneyland Planning for Disney World veterans

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When I first started planning my upcoming California trip, I expected myself to be completely overwhelmed.  Not only did I pick up the Imagineering Field Guide to Disneyland but also the  Disneyland Passporter, newest Birnbaum guide, as well as Fodor's Los Angeles with Disneyland & Orange County, Knopf Maguide to L.A, and Charles Ridgeway's Spinning Disney's World on my Nook.  I have an arsenal of planning material and Disneyland history.After thoroughly reading through all of the … [Read more...]





Disney World Quick Tip – Avoid getting burned

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We have all seen it. Walking around the park you see a person in front of you a bright shade of red. Most times they are from the north and not used to the Florida sun. (Disclaimer -  I am not making fun of northerners since I am from Pennsylvania myself) Even in the winter the sun in Florida can be brutal. One loop around Epcot can really add some color to your skin as there is not a lot of places to grab some shade unless you want to check out Club CoolMy quick tip today is kinda an … [Read more...]