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    Castaway Cay – Tying the Knot with The Mouse

    Castaway Cay, is Disney’s private port-of-call in the Bahamas. On the island guests can enjoy tropical leisure activities, such as snorkeling, boating, swimming and sunbathing. The island has three all-you-care-to-eat outdoor restaurants: Cookie’s BBQ, Cookie’s Too and Serenetiy Bay BBQ. At Castaway Cay the weather is almost always gorgeous, the shore excursions are reasonably priced and there is something to do

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    Disneyland Story Tidbits

    Disneyland Story Tidbits Did you know that in 1967 Cinerama sued Disney, claiming that Circarama was too close to the trademark? Disney responded by changing the name of the system to Circle-Visiton 360. One of the newest Unofficial Guide books is The Disneyland Story: The Unofficial Guide to the Evolution of Walt Disney’s Dream. This book covers the history of

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    Best Las Vegas Buffets

    The best Las Vegas Buffets Though celebrity chef restaurants are appealing, there are a lot of other options that won’t hurt your wallet if your budget is a little smaller. Buffets are the most popular dining venue in Las Vegas, likely because of how many there are in the different casinos. Most buffets serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner so there’s

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    Las Vegas Celebrity Chefs

    Las Vegas Celebrity Chefs have claimed their spots in town One thing you will notice about Las Vegas is how many celebrity chefs populate the area, some with multiple restaurants. How important is a name when you dine is something to plan for before you head to Las Vegas. Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, and Gordon Ramsey

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    Disney Cruise Line Shows

    Disney Cruise Line Shows are top entertainment When you head out on a Disney cruise, there are always a plethora of entertainment options. With everything from live theater to movies and themes nights, there are plenty of options for even the pickiest travelers. The shows are either Disney-themed theatrical productions (read musicals) or variety acts, including comedians, magicians, or ventriloquists.