Walt Disney World is a great vacation destination for all ages. There are attractions and resorts that cater to every generation. However, one of the most difficult age groups to plan a trip with is kids ages 11-14. Young tweens and teens are at a stage where they might still enjoy attractions
MouseTrips has arrived! Who doesn’t love planning a Disney trip? Have you been looking for a way to conveniently save all of your Disney plans in one location on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? The answer is finally here! For total planning enjoyment, check out the MouseTrips application! The
Planning a Disney vacation in less than six months is doable with a little bit of advice. For some reason, our family notoriously books Disney vacations with less than six months to plan. We talk about it, and find ourselves using the phrase, “Next year when we go to Disney….”,
Traveling to Walt Disney World with another family can be super fun! I mean, why not get together with another family-be it friends from school, neighbors, or even the in laws-at the most magical place on earth? Your kids will have someone their age to enjoy attractions and meals with,
Tipping is an important part of my Walt Disney World budget planning. I budget for Mousekeeping, bell service, and food servers at all my favorite table service restaurants. Each day, I leave a special Mousekeeping envelope with a few dollars inside when we leave for the day, and I have been blessed with
If you’re reading Chip and Co you’re probably a Disney Addict and could come up with a list of things to avoid in your sleep, but for those who aren’t, let’s talk about the most common mistakes Disney newbies make. Here are the ones we see over and over again–we’ve even
Disney Addiction doesn’t have to wait until adulthood or even childhood. I’ve enjoyed my son’s first two years of life turning him into a Disney addict, starting the addiction even before he was born. Here are my top 10 ways to create my little Disney addict. And, every time he
Our past couple of trips to Disney World have really been a lot of fun! My writer Melissa and her husband from Disney on Wheels have managed to vacation at the same time as us, even stayed in the room next door on our trip last September. They are our
Ok, I may be a little biased, but one of my FAVORITE Disney trip-planning websites is Tips from the Disney Diva www.tipsfromthedisneydiva.com The site, which really began taking off in December of 2009, was originally designed to help families in the planning process for their trip to Walt Disney
The holidays are wonderful but we all must admit that they can also be quite stressful. Once the festivities are over, all we long for is some serenity. Here is a visual exercise that can help all of us to achieve that calm, peaceful and tranquil state. Close your eyes and
Here’s a Disney World Quick Tip! Tipping is an important part of my Walt Disney World budget planning. I budget for Mousekeeping, bell service, and food servers at all my favorite table service restaurants. Each day, I leave a special Mousekeeping envelope with a few dollars inside when we leave for the day,
If your family loves fun and games, allow for some flex time when planning your Walt Disney World itinerary. Once you check into your Disney resort, you will be given a schedule of resort activities. These are free activities for the whole family. During my recent stay at the Port
Cheryl asked: We’re running in the WDW Half Marathon 2012 and aren’t sure how to plan our trip. Should we fly down early and visit the parks, or stay after and visit then? Is it better to be at Disney before or after marathon weekend? Cheryl, I’m glad you asked!
If you’re reading here, you’re probably pretty Disney savvy and could come up with a list of “don’ts” in your sleep, but for those who aren’t, let’s talk about the most common mistakes Disney newbies make. Here are the ones we see over and over again–we’ve even made some ourselves: 1.