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  • The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids

    Disney Resort Holiday Decorations

    Disney Resort Holiday Decorations: An attraction not to be missed The Disney Resort holiday decorations are an attractions in their own right. Generally speaking, each resort incorporates its theme into its holiday finery. With more than 1,300 decorated trees and 8.5 million lights strung throughout the property one can spend an entire day resort hopping. If you’re staying at a

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    Set Sail with Disney Cruise Line 2015

    The Unofficial Guide to the Disney Cruise Line 2015 is here Start Planning your next Cruise Vacation Now! Disney travel expert and founder of TouringPlans.com Len Testa together with Erin Foster, Laurel Stewart, and Ritchey Halphen, present to you the 2015 edition of The Unofficial Guide to Disney Cruise Line 2015. We are excited about the 2015 edition and invite you

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    National Air and Space Museum

    National Air and Space Museum : A Smithsonian museum The National Air and Space Museum draws nearly 10 million visitors a year. At the Mall museum, visitors can touch a moon rock and gaze up at the Wright Brothers’ plane and the Spirit of St. Louis, which Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic in 1927. Everywhere you look is another full-size

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  • The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids

    Christmas Around World Showcase

    Christmas Around World Showcase at Epcot One can celebrate Christmas around World Showcase walking from land to land. Holidays Around the World at Epcot is our favorite Yuletide event. Stroll around World Showcase and  listen to storytellers as in each land the holiday traditions of the respective country is explained. It is the perfect time to introduce young children to

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    Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas

    Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil  has taken Las Vegas by frontal assault. As of 2015, there are eight Cirque du Soleil productions playing Las Vegas showrooms. First to open was Mystère at TI, followed some years later by “O” at the Bellagio. The third show to premier was Zumanity at New York–New York, with KÀ at the

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